Caroline in the City

Season 1 Episode 11

Caroline and the Gift

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Jan 04, 1996 on NBC
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Caroline and the Gift
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Del's unexpectedly generous Christmas gift (a pair of ugly but valuable earrings) makes Caroline question his intentions. Richard paints a commissioned nude portrait of a beautiful woman (Udenio) who has a well-connected husband - well -connected in "the Family," according to a frightened Remo. And Annie can't remember her New Year's Eve party at which she met a man who has since telephoned her to confirm their date.moreless

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    Amy Pietz

    Amy Pietz

    Annie Viola Spadaro

    Lea Thompson

    Lea Thompson

    Caroline Duffy

    Eric Lutes

    Eric Lutes

    Del Cassidy

    Malcolm Gets

    Malcolm Gets

    Richard Karinsky

    Andy Lauer

    Andy Lauer

    Charlie

    Tom LaGrua

    Tom LaGrua

    Remo (seasons 2-3, recurring previously)

    Keene Curtis

    Keene Curtis

    Mr. Davies

    Guest Star

    Fabiana Udenio

    Fabiana Udenio

    Donna

    Guest Star

    Wesley Thompson

    Wesley Thompson

    Det. Sgt. Weld

    Guest Star

    Tom LaGrua

    Tom LaGrua

    Remo

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • According to many cross-overs, the universes of "Caroline In The City" and "Cheers" are the same. However, Keene Curtis's characters in both shows are different.

    • QUOTES (13)

      • Donna: I'm sorry, was my hand like this or like this?
        Richard: Doesn't matter, I'm painting the fruit bowl.
        Donna: Huh. Then why do I have to sit here without my clothes on?
        Richard: Uh...for the shadow.

      • Annie: Oh, look at Richard!
        Caroline: Where?
        Annie: (about Donna) On the other side of those breasts.

      • Caroline: Del spent one thousand two hundred and forty-three dollars on my Christmas present?
        Annie: Isn't it weird how ugly jewellery is so much more attractive when you find out how much it's worth? Much like men.

      • Mr Davies: Yes, these are from Frank & Sons. Unfortunately they were on sale, so I will only be able to give you store credit.
        Caroline: On sale, how thrifty. Could you show me something else in the same price range?
        Annie: Yeah, preferably something from the non-ugly section.

      • Caroline: My boyfriend gave me these earrings for Christmas. I feel a little guilty about this, but I'd like to return them.
        Mr Davies: Did your boyfriend give you the receipt?
        Caroline: Well actually, he's not really my boyfriend anymore. We broke up, we're just friends.
        Mr Davies: Madam, at Frank & Sons our focus is entirely on the receipt, rather than the nature of your relationship.

      • Caroline: (about Richard's phone conversation) Did he just say 'fee' and 'my place'?
        Annie: Caroline, do not judge! The profession of gigolo is noble and time-honoured.
        Richard: Must you always look at the world through tramp-coloured glasses?

      • Richard: (on the phone) Yeah, well, we can start on my lunch hour. I'll meet you at my place at one, that's four-seventeen-and-a-half East Sixth Street ... Yeah, the buzzer's out, but conveniently so's the front door.

      • Caroline: (about a pair of earrings Del gave her) I can't return them. Del would notice.
        Annie: Caroline, this is Del we're talking about. He didn't even notice when you burned your eyebrows off.

      • Caroline: (about Annie's day whom she can't remember how he looks) So you're going out with some guy you don't remember?
        Annie: Well, he sounded cute on the phone.
        Richard: Oh, great. When you turn up in a Hefty bag in New Jersey we'll be sure to tell the cops to look for someone with a cute voice.

      • Annie: Oh oh, and I met a guy! Rob Rothman.
        Caroline: Wow, what's he like?
        Annie: I have no idea. I was hoping you would remember him.
        Caroline: Wait, you know his name but you don't know what he looks like?

      • Annie: I need coffee. And an IV bag.
        Caroline: Happy 1996, Annie.
        Annie: Oh good, I didn't sleep through it. Hey, you didn't stay 'til the end of my New Year's party.
        Caroline: Sorry, I just couldn't make a three day commitment.

      • Richard: What happened to your resolution to be a little less nosey?
        Caroline: Wouldn't you like to know.
        Richard: All I can say is, I am glad the holidays are finally over. No more holly-decked halls, no more happy children, no more mangey Santas begging on every corner.

      • Caroline: Hey Richard, how was your New Year's Eve?
        Richard: Oh, sublime. Scott and Zelda and I shared a cab over to the Stork Club where we drank pink champagne out of Zelda's slipper.
        Caroline: You know, a simple 'I stayed in' would've sufficed.

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