Caroline in the City

Season 1 Episode 13

Caroline and the Twenty-Eight-Pound Walleye

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Aired Thursday 9:30 PM Jan 25, 1996 on NBC
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Caroline and the Twenty-Eight-Pound Walleye
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Caroline's parents (Holliman & Hartley) roll out the red carpet when she visits her home town for a ceremony in her honor, but something smells fishy when her brother (who has upstaged her all their lives) arrives with big news of his own.

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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)

    Paul Sastree

    Paul Sastree

    Chris Duffy

    Guest Star

    James Callahan

    James Callahan

    Mayor Paisley

    Guest Star

    Patrick T. O'Brien

    Patrick T. O'Brien

    Councilman Hardy

    Guest Star

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      • Caroline: I told you it was going to be cold here.
        Richard: Thirty-one degrees below zero? The electrons in my body have frozen in their orbits!

      • Caroline:Why aren't you at the hotel?
        Richard:Bad hotel...pipes froze...no heat...no cabs... (he walks over to the fireplace) Fire, good.

      • Caroline: What's the dog doing curled up over there in the corner? You told me you had Sparky put to sleep last June.
        Margaret: Fred? She's asking about Sparky.
        Fred: Well, Puddin', with your mother off at school, I got bored, so I just went down and registered in a class of my own.
        Caroline: Um...you stuffed Sparky?

      • Annie: You know, Richard, you have been moaning on about how you're sick of the city and you can't afford a vacation, and with you a thousand miles away it'd be my vacation too.
        Richard: Yeah, some vacation. I've seen the ads - 'Come visit Peshtigo. If not you, who?'

      • Del: Well you know, Caroline, I really wish I could go, but I've got a big date Saturday night.
        Caroline: I didn't ask you.
        Del: I know, I just wanted to let you know I have a date.

      • Caroline: (about her brother) Are you following the breadcrumbs here? I grew up with a saint.
        Annie: (singing) Must've been cold there in his shadow...
        Del: Yeah, but you must have him now, right? I mean, Caroline Duffy gets her own park? What can he possibly do to top that?
        Caroline: Reanimate dead tissue?

      • Annie: Now Caroline, I hate to ask this, but your brother Chris isn't going to be there, is he?
        Caroline: No, that's the best part. He won't make it. See, there's this old woman who needs a triple bypass or she won't make it through the weekend. Isn't that great?
        Annie: Yeah!
        Richard: I'm hoping that's because your brother is a doctor who can save her and not a mortician who's having a slow week.

      • Caroline: (reading from a piece of paper) Mayor Paisley, Councilman Hardy, fellow citizens of Peshtigo. Thank you for this great honour. I have many fond memories of this park-
        Annie: In fact, you have many memories of being fondled in this park.
        Caroline: That's good, that's good.
        Del: Whoa, hey, you're not actually going to say that, are you?
        Caroline: Well, it's not like it was just me. The population of Peshtigo is thirty-five hundred; without that park, it'd be ninety-two.

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