Fans of the popular Canadian series Schitt’s Creek were finally able to pick up their favorite items from the show, such as the key to the Rosebud Motel room and the image-shaped glasses worn by Dan Levi. Well, parts of the game, that is.
The comedy-Rose family, which won an Emmy Award on Thursday, tells the story of how they lost their fortunes and were forced to live in a motel in a rural town they bought as a joke. A version of Schitt’s Creek’s popular monopoly board has been captured.
Available for $ 39.99, players can try their luck at buying Bob’s Garage or even a brick-covered Town Hall. Additional photos posted on Instagram show another part of the game, including a wig worn by show matriarch Moira Rose, played by Catherine O’Hara.
Monopoly-loving fans can also play to buy the Rosebud Motel — which will become the home of the unfortunate family. But in real life, they may not be so lucky.
The motel, known as the Hockley Motel, hit the market in real life in March for $ 1.59 million. Located 50 miles from Toronto in Mono, Ontario, the property covers an area of about 7 acres, but appears to have been removed from the market. The message sent to Colliers Canada, which represents the list, was not returned.
According to the official game description, “Join the Rose family on potential adventures while buying, selling and selling popular attractions from the show, including Rosebud Motel, Bob’s Garage, Herb Ertlinger Winery and more.” Celebrate victories in the language with “Hello you and I love this trip” cards, rent and a Roland truck and “It’s not writing!” Stop or destroy the fight to get out and win as the richest little heel of your small town! ”
Monopoly is no stranger to creating versions of their games based on popular TV series. There was also the recent film Sopranos, which also sells for $ 39.99.