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Show Notes

Episode 1.07 -- “Caroline and the Opera”

Original airdate: November 9, 1995

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Written by Fred Barron, Marco Pennette and Dottie Dartland Zicklin
Directed by Tom Cherones

 

Why does this suitcase smell like cheese?  Pull up a chair you can balance on your nose and join us in the non-circus section as we get a crash course in culture in episode 1.07, “Caroline and the Opera”!  We discuss such important topics as the eternal sitcom war of Snoots vs. Normies, the moment we realized we were Caroline/Richard shippers, and doilies with armholes.  Don’t sass your auntie!

This week's "plugs":

The Sorcerer's Apprentice and a Dutch Master:

Visual aids:

Amy recommends The Baby-Sitters Club on Netflix!

Christie recommends Hamilton on Disney+! 

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"doily with armholes":

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Jean Stapleton is as shocked as we are that she wasn't immediately made a series regular:

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*insert heart-eyes emoji*:

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Was Peter Krause ever so young?

We love this rendering of the Metropolitan Opera House:

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Note the stains on the wall to the right of the closet:

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Sure, she's annoying, but she's cute in spite of it!

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School of Visual Arts poster (over Del's shoulder):

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