Caroline in the City (1995–1999)
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Caroline and the Twenty-Eight-Pound Walleye 

Caroline returns to home her town of Peshtigo, Washington after it decides to dedicate a park to her and there is some sibling rivalry with her brother. Annie gives her role to her understudy so that she can dance in front of her parents.

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... Caroline Duffy
... Del Cassidy
... Richard Karinsky
... Annie Spadaro
... Charlie (as Andy Lauer)
Paul Castree ... Chris Duffy
... Mayor Paisley (as James Callahan)
... Councilman Hardy (as Patrick T. O'Brien)
Beth Wishnie ... Lindsay
... Mrs. Baerwald
... Fred Duffy
... Margaret Duffy
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Caroline's home town of Peshtigo, Wisonsin decides to dedicate a park to her. As Richard is the only person available, he accompanies her back to Peshtigo. Caroline's brother, who is a surgeon, also returns home and there is some intense sibling rivalry. Even the dedication doesn't go well. Annie gives her role to her understudy so that she can dance in front of her parents. But Annie has second thoughts when she thinks the understudy is after her position in the 'Cats' chorus line. Written by jem

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Comedy | Romance

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25 January 1996 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Caroline goes home
10 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

What's nice about this episode is that we get to meet Caroline's family for the first time, and to explore the dynamics between them.

The character of Charlie is also becoming more prominent, and there were some nice moments between him and Del in their story line, even if it was brief.

The character of Annie is also now fully defined and very funny.

I think this is a great show, and this is another strong episode.


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