Caroline in the City (1995–1999)
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Caroline and the Kid 

For charity, Caroline offered to paint a Caroline mural and it turns out to be for a self-indulgent 10 year-old boy. Del has trouble coping when one of Caroline's old boyfriends from Italy pays a visit.

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Caroline Duffy
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Del Cassidy
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Richard Karinsky
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Annie Spadaro
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Charlie (as Andy Lauer)
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Marco
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Martin
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Rosa
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One of Caroline's old boyfriends from Italy, Marco, turns up in New York. Del has trouble coping with it and there begins a game of one-upmanship. For charity, Caroline offered to paint a Caroline mural. The winning bid requires it to be painted on the wall of a self-indulgent 10 year-old boy who didn't want it anyway. When the housekeeper suddenly quits, Caroline and Richard have to remain to look after him. Written by jem

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14 March 1996 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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A sharp witted episode
13 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

Another decent episode of the show, with Richard and Caroline having to paint a mural for a rich kid, and getting annoyed with his brattish behaviour.

There were lots of decent lines in this episode, and even the B story line involving Del being jealous of an ex boyfriend of Caroline's was funny too.

I enjoyed this episode.


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