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

A local deli decided to change the name of a sandwich from the Jo Anne Worley Club to the Caroline in the City Club. Jo Anne starts a very popular campaign to get it changed back. This upsets Caroline as she now feels everybody hates her.

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... Caroline Duffy
... Del Cassidy
... Richard Karinsky
... Annie Spadaro
... Charlie (as Andy Lauer)
Tom La Grua ... Remo
... Jo Anne Worley
... Regis Philbin
... Kathie Lee Gifford
... Faye
... Waiter
Maureen O'Boyle ... Maureen O'Boyle
... Jerry Penacoli
... Producer
Cynthia Frost ... Customer
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A local deli decided to change the name of a sandwich from the Jo Anne Worley Club to the Caroline in the City Club. Jo Anne starts a very popular campaign to get it changed back. This upsets Caroline as she now feels everybody hates her.

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27 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Malcolm and Amy shine in a guest star heavy episode
27 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

Lots of big name guest stars help raise the quality of this episode that sees Caroline being awarded her own sandwich ending up with her becoming public enemy number one.

It's all very well played, and the guest stars help, but to be honest I didn't enjoy the story that much.

Much better for me was the story involving Annie and Richard, and I wish the writers paired them together more. The whole 'Pretty Woman' montage was very funny.

Perhaps they were trying to boost ratings by bringing in some guest stars, but ultimately it's the regular cast who provide the biggest laughs.


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