Caroline in the City

Season 3 Episode 3

Caroline and the Novelist

0
Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Oct 06, 1997 on NBC
9.5
out of 10
User Rating
9 votes
0

EPISODE REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

EDIT
Caroline and the Novelist
AIRED:
Caroline's date reads more like a Shakespearean tragedy after she tells a lie to James, an attractive novelist she runs into during her book signing, and must then desperately cover for the fact that she hasn't actually read his novel; Richard tables his own remedy when Julia's job at Remo's is a disaster and he has to replace her as waiter; it's bad fortune for Annie when a fortune cookie leads Charlie to believe they share a recipe for love; and Del inadvertently becomes third party on a honeymoon.moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Saturday
No results found.
Sunday
No results found.
Monday
No results found.
SUBMIT REVIEW
    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)

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

    FILTER BY TYPE

    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Julia: I will get a job.
        Richard: Oh Julia, honey, that's very sweet. But I mean, come on, it might take a little while to find a job for somebody with your particular skills.
        Julia: Ah Richard, don't be silly. I don't have any skills.

    • NOTES (1)

      • This episode was postponed from the previous week, and displaced the announced episode "Caroline and the Kink." The recurring character of Johnny is strangely absent from this episode, given that Julia is hired as a waitress at Remo's; he is in fact never seen again.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Del: (while looking into a book Okay, I don't care what they say. That little bastard Waldo is not in this picture.
        Where's Waldo? is a series of children's books by Martin Handford which contains pictures full of tiny people doing different funny things. The purpose is to find the well-hidden Waldo in the pictures.

    More
    Less