Schitt's Creek guest star Victor Garber on Catherine O'Hara's triple slap and his soap opera flashback wig The show's sixth season finally reveals Garber as Moira's Sunrise Bay costar. Let's talk about the Sunrise Bay flashback. Garber, who also just wrapped shooting the film Happiest Season alongside Schitt’s other co-creator, Dan Levy, talked with EW about the wig he wore for flashback scenes, his memories of first meeting Dan, Eugene, and Catherine, and why he thinks his old friends have become a pop culture phenomenon. I think it was when he was working in Toronto on that music station [MTV Canada] — he was working in the office and then he suddenly became known. Check out the new full-length trailer for Ryan Murphy's 'The Prom. I feel very grateful. We’ll have more from Garber, O’Hara, Eugene Levy, and Annie Murphy about this episode on the new EW On Set podcast, out Wednesday morning. Movies. Eugene sent me an email, and said, “Would you consider this?” I couldn't believe they were asking me to do it. This week’s episode of Schitt’s Creek finally reveals more details about Moira’s sudsy history, in the form of two guest stars. I did Liberace with him, and I did Laughter on the 23rd Floor with him. By the time that Catherine and Second City came into being, that’s when I remember meeting her, seeing her on stage, I think, at the Second City cabaret. These were TV movies, and he was formidable. Finally, after the drilling session, she announced Rubina as the winner of the immunity stone, out of her and Nikki Tamboli. And then there’s Victor Garber — a longtime real-life friend of both O’Hara and Schitt’s star and co-creator Eugene Levy — who as Clifton Sparks appears both in present day as part of Tippy’s pitch to Moira, and also in soft-focus flashbacks as Moira’s Sunrise Bay costar. Saul Rubinek (now on Hunters) plays Tippy Bernstein, the producer of Sunrise Bay who comes to town to convince Moira to sign on to a prime-time reboot of the show. His intelligence is daunting, and I'm intimidated by him because I think he's a genius. Whatever I was going through at the time that they called me, those couple of days in Toronto and having dinner with Eugene and Dan, it really revived me. It's a little bittersweet that you don't actually get a scene with Eugene Levy. First of all: your wig. Schitt’s Creek guest star Victor Garber on Catherine O’Hara’s triple slap and his soap opera flashback wig | 03-11 This article contains spoilers for Schitt’s Creek episode 610, “Sunrise Bay.”. When they started it, oh, how envious I was, that they could all be together — and Daniel and Eugene, that was the most exciting part of it, that it was a father and son enterprise. Tell us about working with him. Credit: I just remember finding her intoxicating, because she's one of the most talented people I've ever worked with or known and she was inspiring to see on stage. It just took you out of whatever you were going through. It's a little bittersweet that you don't actually get a scene with Eugene Levy. And then we just did it over and over and over and laughed every time. Refrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community. The camera angle has to be right. Eugene was sort of beautifully starry-eyed in describing how you two met when you both auditioned for the 1972 Toronto production of Godspell, and how he had to follow your audition. Dan Levy is best recognized from Schitt's Creek Credit: ... Victor Garber as Ted . VICTOR GARBER: No, it was only this one. 9. The shutdown comes two weeks after The Real Housewives of Atlanta production was paused due to a positive COVID test. A depressed Alexis (Annie Murphy) has been binging old seasons of the series and discovers a popular fan theory that Clifton had Moira’s character killed off in a contract dispute because he was jealous. It’s not entirely clear how long an IMDB page would be for “television’s Moira Rose” (Catherine O’Hara), but the Schitt’s Creek leading lady has had at least two stand-out roles: her viral turn as Dr. Clara Mandrake, an ornithologist in Interflix’s The Crows Have Eyes 3: The Crowening, and as Vivian Blake on the long-running soap opera Sunrise Bay. We also get to see the great Saul Rubinek in this episode. You've known Eugene and Catherine for so long, but when did you first meet Dan? That was [after] a couple of really scary ones and then they found that. This came out of nowhere and I think what people respond to is the authenticity of it.