Caroline in the City (1995–1999)
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Caroline and the Cold Sesame Noodles 

Del comes up with a novel way to improve sales of Caroline in the City cards. Annie is romantically pursued by her piano accompanist. Richard buys a belated wedding ring for Julia but he suspects that a delivery boy stole it.

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Charlie (as Andy Lauer)
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Julia Karinsky
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Del comes up with a novel way to improve sales of Caroline in the City cards. Annie is romantically pursued by her piano accompanist. Richard buys a belated wedding ring for Julia but he suspects that a delivery boy stole it.

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Seth: That's... quite a dress you almost have on.
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References The Philadelphia Experiment (1984) See more »

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Give My Regards to Broadway
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Written by George M. Cohan
Performed by Rita McKenzie, Keone Young, Parry Shen, Andrew Lauer,
Eric Lutes, Amy Pietz, Malcolm Gets, John Mariano and Lea Thompson
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A funny festive themed episode
16 November 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode is so much better than the last, by a long way, probably in part because it is written by Marco Penette and Fred Barron, the creators.

Yes, Annie singing in a bar and introducing the Seth character was done very quickly, but it's a great story, and one that develops the Annie character significantly.

It was nice to see Caroline and Richard working together on a story line, especially one that wasn't centred on their 'will they/won't they?' romance.

The Charlie/Del story was a bit more throw away, but still had its moments.

On the whole a vast improvement in quality in this episode.


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