'Schitt's Creek' has become something of a modern classic of sitcom television. Its sixth and final seasons swept all seven major comedy awards at this year's Emmys, and deservedly so.
For those unfamiliar with it (and if you haven't watched the show, get on it!), it follows the Rose family. After losing their fortune, they relocate to a motel in a small town called Schitt's Creek. There, they make friends, find love, and tackle various trials, tribulations and ridiculous scenarios.
The sayings of the Rose family - patriarch Johnny (Eugene Levy), matriarch Moira (Catherine O'Hara) and grown children David and Alexis (Dan Levy and Annie Murphy) - have varied from bonkers to life affirming. The same can be said of supporting character Stevie (Emily Hampshire), the sarcastic motel clerk.
But how easy is it to distinguish the characters' silliness?
No cheating or Googling allowed, obviously, and be sure to let us know how you do in the comments.
'Schitt's Creek' is streaming now on Netflix.