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"Don't Worry, It's His Sister" is the third episode in the first season of Schitt's Creek. It is the third episode overall.

Plot

The next obstacle Johnny believes he faces in selling Schitt's Creek is the town sign, which depicts two of Roland's ancestors in what Johnny sees as a compromising position. However, none of the longtime town residents see what Johnny sees, and as such he has difficulty convincing anyone in authority to change the sign. Roland in particular takes offense to Johnny's thoughts, as Roland sees it as an attack on his family. Johnny has to convince Roland of what he and most out-of-towners would see in the sign. Moira falls into a major depression after seeing the negative results of Googling her name. Nothing that the family does brings her out of her funk, but a request by Jocelyn may do the trick. Jocelyn, however, may regret making the request. David, who still has one active credit card, is forced to look for a job to pay for his recent purchases. An unwitting source may be David's problem in holding onto any job. And Alexis contemplates embarking on a relationship with the stranger she kissed at the tailgate party, not knowing anything about him beyond him having a beard and being attracted to him physically. He may have some say in the matter.

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Schitt's Creek
Season One Our Cup Runneth OverThe DripDon't Worry, It's His SisterBad ParentsThe CabinWine and RosesTurkey ShootAllez-VousCarl's FuneralHoneymoonLittle SisterSurprise PartyTown for Sale
Season Two Finding DavidFamily DinnerJazzagalsEstate SaleBob's BagelsMoira vs. Town CouncilThe CandidateMilk MoneyMoira's NudesRonnie's PartyThe Motel GuestLawn SignsHappy Anniversary
Season Three Opening NightThe ThroupleNew CarDriving TestRooms by the HourMurder MysteryGeneral StoreMotel ReviewThe AffairSebastien RaineStop Saying Lice!Friends & FamilyGrad Night
Season Four Dead Guy in Room 4Pregnancy TestAsbestos FestGirls' NightRIP Moira RoseOpen MicThe BarbequeThe JazzaguyThe GestureBaby SprinkleThe RolloutSingles WeekChristmas