Eugene Levy, of "SCTV," "American Pie" and the films of Christopher Guest, was waiting at the old Culver Hotel in Culver City for his son and collaborator, Dan, to arrive.
"It's the fashionably late thing they [young people] really take to heart," Levy said.
The Levys, 69 and 32 respectively, are the co-creators and costars of "Schitt's Creek," an exceedingly funny situation comedy of Canadian origin that plays in the United States on the Pop channel. Its second season begins Wednesday; a third has been ordered.
Dan arrived. "You look sharp," he told his father, who was wearing a suit the son had picked out for him. Dan...