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The edible replica was created by Angela Haviland for the Peddler's Village annual Gingerbread House competition and is, quite aptly, named 'Schitt's a Wonderful Life'.
Voted in fourth place in the 'Reproduction of a movie or TV set' category, the gingerbread town includes all the locations used in the TV show, except for its questionable 'Welcome to Schitt's Creek sign'. Probably a good thing that one didn't make the cut.
A gingerbread Rosebud Motel, the Rose's new home when they first get to Schitt's Creek, features in the impressive display, as does Bob's Garage and the Town Hall.
Meanwhile, a delicious looking Rose Apothecary, formerly Schitt's Creek General Store, even has signs outside directing people to The Blouse Barn, the Wobbly Elm and Rattlesnake Point. Now, that's dedication.
As David Rose affectionately describes the unique store in the show: "It's a general store, but it's also a very specific store. It's also not just a store, it's like a place where people can come and get coffee or drinks, but it's not a coffee shop, nor is it a bar. Yeah, it's an environment. And yes, we will be selling things, but it's more like a branded immersive experience."
Schitt's Creek first aired in 2015 and ended in April this year. In recent years, the show has built up a huge fan base.
The comedy show was created by Dan Levy and his father, Eugene Levy, and follows video store magnate Johnny Rose (played by Eugene Levy), his wife Moira (Home Alone's Catherine O'Hara) and their two children, David (Dan Levy) and Alexis (Annie Murphy).
The story begins when the family lose all their money after being defrauded by their business manager and are forced to move to Schitt's Creek, a small town Johnny once bought for David as a birthday joke and their only remaining asset.
The series also stars Chris Elliott as Roland Schitt, Jean Robertson as his wife Jocelyn and Emily Hampshire as the motel's manager, Stevie Budd.
Schitt's Creek seasons 1-6 are available to stream on Netflix now.
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