Caroline in the City

Season 1 Episode 3

Caroline and the Gay Art Show

Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Oct 05, 1995 on NBC



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Annie: Check out the guys. Gay, gay, way gay, gay, who cares, straight...ooh! See ya. (she walks away)
      Caroline: Leave it to Annie to find the needle in the haystack.

    • Caroline: What do you mean, gay?
      Charlie: Well, when two people of the same sex...

    • Richard: Hey Charlie. One of my paintings is going to be in a show.(he exits)
      Charlie: On Broadway?
      Caroline: Charlie, how could a painting be in a show on Broadway?
      Charlie: It all starts with a dream

    • Caroline: You know I'm no good at dumping people. I couldn't even bring myself to switch drycleaners 'til my old one died.

    • Caroline: Del, I got my hair done!
      Del: Get outta here!
      Caroline: I did! Didn't you notice the highlights?
      Del: It looks exactly the same. Who's going to notice that?
      (Annie enters)
      Annie: Oh my god, your hair looks amazing.

    • ( An art gallery owner walks into Remo's and Richard doesn't want to talk to him about his work)
      Caroline: Okay, okay fine, have it your way. (yelling) Richard, don't argue with me. You're an incredible artist and it's the world's loss that you don't never had your own show. (Pauses and speaks to Richard on a lower tone) Is he looking?
      Richard: No, I think he's checking to see if his ears are bleeding

    • Richard: Well, I was looking forward to sitting by myself and reading Satre's "Nausea".
      Caroline: Oh, sit down. "Nausea" can wait 'til after lunch.

  • Notes

    • Guest star Dan Butler is an openly gay actor and playwright best known for his recurring role as the obnoxious heterosexual sportscaster "Bulldog" on Frasier. He reprises his role as Kenneth Arabian in episode 40, "Caroline and the Dearly Departed." Interestingly, series star Eric Lutes made two appearances on Frasier as the new, gay manager of the radio station.

      Also Richard spends this episode pretending to be gay so his paintings will be in the gallery. In real life Malcolm Gets, who plays Richard, is also gay.

  • Allusions