One way to show off your fandom for a series is by scooping up as many collectible Funko Pop! dolls as possible. 

Fans of Pop TV's Schitt's Creek are elated that the fandom brand has created a line of adorable dolls based on the Rose family. The once wealthy Rose family lost all of their riches suddenly and had to move to the dumpy town of Schitt's Creek. Once there, they discovered that true riches comes from the love of family. 

Dan Levy, who plays David, created the show to be as inclusive and LGBTQ-friendly as possible. It has a huge following thanks to the hilarious characters and loving family dynamic.

Funko Pop! TV: Schitt's Creek - Johnny, $11


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The head of the family, Johnny Rose (Eugene Levy) tries to keep everybody together, and ends up running the town motel. This Funko Pop! doll even features Levy's iconic bushy eyebrows. The dolls are coming soon, and are now available for preorder on Amazon.

Funko Pop! TV: Schitt's Creek - Moira, $11

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Moira is the bougie, dramatic matriarch of the family. Catherine O'Hara hilariously captures the spirit of the extreme upper class. Moira may be snooty and uptight, but it's what makes her also lovable and hilarious.

Funko Pop! TV: Schitt's Creek - David, $11


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Showrunner Dan Levy (Eugene Levy's real-life son) plays the Roses' son David. A 20-something who's never worked a day in his life, David all of a sudden has to figure out a way to make his way in the world. Luckily he finds love in Patrick, his business partner and fiancé.

Funko Pop! TV: Schitt's Creek - David, $11

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I am obsessed with the fact that Funko Pop! decided to include this version of David from season one. In an episode in which David runs away, he sports an eccentric and wildly expensive ensemble while helping out on a nearby Amish farm. Luckily his family realizes he's missing and quickly goes out to find him.

Funko Pop! TV: Schitt's Creek - Alexis, $11

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The queen of catchphrases, Alexis is the family's spoiled-rotten daughter. She quickly comes to realize the value of money and time spent with her family, as well as working for what you want. Fans love her Valley Girl voice, especially when she calls out "David!" to her brother. One fan made an entire compilation video of the iconic line.

Not a want... a need.

Even in this time of only acquiring essential items, these dolls are a necessity. One fan tweeted, "I know i dont need the schitt's creek funko pops BUT..."

I am mostly excited for the lost David figure.

The Schitt's Creek Instagram posed the "Finding David" doll in the Amish field where they eventually pick him up. Even Schitt's Creek was obsessed with the doll. The Instagram account wrote, "p.s. there is a ‘Finding David’ chase figure, omg."