Episode 9: "Cow Are You?" -
Episode 1.09 -- “Caroline and the Convict”
Original airdate: December 7, 1995
Written by Ellen Idelson and Rob Lotterstein
Directed by Rod Daniel
Run, baby, it's a trap! This week Aysha Wax joins us as we peer into the cozy, inviting abyss of episode 1.09, “Caroline and the Convict”! Grab a cow pencil sharpener and make yourself at home as we investigate such mysteries as proper date attire, Caroline’s inner Karen, reformed felons vs. cartoon villains, size mattering in comedy, and whether cats should be allowed on the kitchen counter. What exactly is Del’s deal, anyway?
This week's "plugs":
Tippecanoe and Mr. Right too!
Amy recommends John Lewis: Good Trouble!
Christie recommends Prop Culture on Disney+!
Aysha recommends Indian Matchmaking on Netflix!
This week's guest:
Aysha Wax is an L.A. based writer, comedian, and director. Her first short film Grief Vigilantes just won the Best Short Film - Comedy award at the Film Invasion L.A. festival. Aysha also writes and directs for the Jewish Women’s Theater. She has been surviving this quarantine with her new adorable kittens.
You can learn more about Bonnie Timmons (the real artist behind the art on Caroline in the City)
at her website here!
Cartoon Annie is in love:
Nobody ever dies at Remo's, eh?
"Forever 21 dresses":
But if you go carrying pictures of Chairman Mao
You ain't going to make it with anyone anyhow
My Mother's Womb
Richard Karinsky (1965-)
oil on canvas, 5' x 7'
Evening at Caroline's establishing shot:
Bored at a Stakeout: The Caroline and Del Story
Here's Annie's amazing suspenders look from multiple angles: