The Schitt's Creek alum plays the meek wife Allison to a boisterous husband who begins to break out of the perfect housewife mold and pursue a life that doesn't revolve around her irksome spouse. "On our show, we follow (Allison) out of that sitcom world where there is no laugh track. Her dramatic life is full of grit and emotion that she's not afforded in that sitcom," creator Valerie Armstrong tells EW. "It's not a show within a show," Armstrong adds. "She's not an actor. It's just the way this world is presented. It's like a lens. It's a metaphor for the benefit of the doubt we've given men like Kevin forever. Men who get to like walk through life with a sitcom audience cheering them on all the time." Kevin Can F**k Himself premieres this summer.