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Schitt's Creek's David & Patrick Got Engaged and It Was Perfect

'Schitt's Creek's' David & Patrick Got Engaged and It Was Perfect

'Schitt's Creek's' David & Patrick Got Engaged and It Was Perfect

Fans are freaking out over this priceless romantic comedy moment.


We love a good queer TV romance—and fortunately for us, shows are getting better and better at giving us the content we want and deserve.

Whether it's One Day at a Time's sweet storyline about Elena and Syd, Rosa's love interests on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, or every Malec scene on Shadowhunters ever, we have plenty of OTPs (that's "one true pairing," for the fandom illiterate) to keep our hearts warm.

But it's not every day that a show throws all restraint to the wind and gives its queer couple a full-on, "You Had Me At Hello" romantic comedy moment, which is why you might have noticed Schitt's Creek fans lying on the floor recently.

If you're not caught up on this little gem of a Canadian sitcom on Pop TV yet, first of all you should go do that; but it's quickly gaining popularity in the United States thanks to an adorable romance between pansexual hipster David (Daniel Levy) and his sweet but snarky boyfriend Patrick (Noah Reid), who run a business together in their quirky small town.

The couple already had us in tears in a recent episode where Patrick finally comes out as gay to his parents and gets all the love and support any person should get. But in this episode, Patrick decides to ask David to marry him and plans a romantic hike that keeps going hilariously wrong—only to end with a proposal scene that would make Julia Roberts cry. 

Needless to say, the fans are going to need a minute.

Join the Schitt's Creek fandom today and you, too can cry like an eight-year-old girl every time a song by Tina Turner comes on.

Get more details on David and Patrick's engagement in this "Behind the Episode" video!

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