|Caroline Wesbox Channing|
|Birthday||May 28, 1987|
|Occupation(s)|| Works at the Williamsburg Diner |
Co-Owner of Max's Homemeade Cupcakes
Hostess at The High
|Aliases||Dank Nugs - Max|
|Family & Friends|
|Family|| Martin Channing - Father |
Charity Channing - Aunt
Wesbox Channing - Grandfather
Astrid Channing - Deceased Grandmother
|Relationships|| William - Ex-Boyfriend
Candy Andy - Ex-Boyfriend
|Friends|| Max Black |
|Employer|| Han Lee - Williamsburg Diner |
Nicolas Saintcroix - Manhattan School of Pastry
|Employees||Ruth - Formerly|
|Interests|| Martha Stewart Magazine |
Romatic-Comedy Movies with Julia Roberts
Caroline is the opposite of Max, she's sophisticated and comes from a wealthy background. Caroline is forced into waitressing and doing occasional odd jobs after her home and all her money is taken when the government finds out that her father, Martin Channing, is involved in a Ponzi Scheme and apparently stole investors money.
She becomes friends with Max and decides to create a cupcake business when she finds out that although Max can bake delicious cupcakes, she doesn't really see how much she could sell it for. Caroline comes up with the idea of starting a cupcake business with Max but they need $250,000 to begin it, which is the main objective of the two girls in the series.
Caroline is average height with long, straight light blonde hair (currently has short hair now), and blue eyes. She is also very slender and has small breasts, which Max repeatedly points out with snide remarks. Due to her upbringing, she is very stylish and used to wear designer clothing. She has altered her diner uniform to make it fit better on her figure, and despite working at a restaurant, she still wears her favorite (or maybe the only one) pearl necklace and a metal belt around the apron. The current wardrobe collection that she has is whatever she grabbed from her townhouse before it was put on lock down, though she admitted that she grabbed 'all the wrong things'.
Later on in "And Strokes of Goodwill", she found and bought back her old $800 designer shoes at Goodwill for $8, which made her cry at first, because it reminded her how much she's been 'reduced'. In "And the Rich People Problems", Caroline brought Max along to break into her old townhouse so she could take her bite guard from her closet bathroom and eventually, try to take as many designer clothes "with a price tag on it that [they] can resell or that [they] think she'd look amazing in."
Caroline is notably bubbly, smart, cheerful and charismatic. Caroline wishes to be on everyone's good side and tries to be nice to most people but still has enemies, mainly because of her father's scandal. She gradually becomes a little tougher and street-smart after living with Max. She is mature enough that she can handle Max whenever she throws her childish tempers. She's also a very depressing stoner.
Caroline's father loves her very dearly (so far as to get her a horse for her first period) but since he was put in jail, she became frustrated by how much she misses him and how other people never consider his good side. Caroline's mother cheated on Martin when she was only five years old, so her grandmother got rid of her and all photos of her (in the "society" way), which led to Caroline being raised by two nannies in her earlier years. In season two, she started dating Andy. They broke up in "And the Bear Truth".
- She always wears high heeled shoes.
- She claims she never lost anything besides her virginity.
- She speaks Japanese, Korean, French, and a smattering of Spanish.
- Her father always sent her flowers for Valentine's Day.
- She was made an "Honorary Jew" by her neighbor family, the Kleins.
- She met the members of Queen, presumably before Freddie Mercury's death.
- Her grandmother got rid of her mother, but not in "the Mob way" of having her mother killed, but destroying her socially, which is worse.
- She makes wishing boards.
- She sleeps in a Murphy bed that Max dubbed "Vagina."
- She is very protective of her friends and tends to get into everybody's business.
- Perhaps not surprisingly, she likes sushi and caviar, and loves money.
- She has a pink tazer which she sleeps with.
- Max has caught her masturbating with the spray nozzle in their bathtub 3 times. Once was in And The Candy Manwich.
- The reason she and Andy broke up was, because she was paying too much attention to the cupcake business that she and Max are trying to operate and too little attention to Andy, who was then her boyfriend.
- In high school, she played Fantine in Les Misérables.
- Caroline has another side of her-Darth Caroline, who lacks of ambition and dreams. It often appeared when she took energy shots or drugs.
- She was in Wharton Business School class of 2009.
- Her favorite music genre seems to be Hip-Hop/R&B as
- She once freestyle rapped during a video shoot.
- Knows the lyrics of 2 Chainz's Birthday Song.
- Her ringtone was Kelis' Milkshake. But she has since changed it to Let It Go by Idina Menzel.
- Her work uniform belonged to a Russian waitress, Paulina, who was shown in the first episode having sex while on break. When Caroline asked Max if the stain on her uniform was clam chowder, she revealed that it wasn't clam chowder, implying that it was semen from her partner.
- She once tazed Max with her tazer when she woke her up on the subway.
- In 2009, when Katy Perry kissed a girl and she liked it, she kissed one and didn't like it.
- In college, one of Caroline's friends overdosed three times, and she brought her back twice, implying the third time, her friend died.
- In 2010 she was bridesmaid at Chelsea Clinton's wedding.
- Caroline is left-handed.
- Main article: Caroline's Quotations
Caroline: I only have what I could grab and I grabbed all the wrong things.
Caroline: "Oh My God you've been robbed."
Max: "This is how it always looks."
Caroline: "Oh My God totally cute."
Caroline: Okay I'm over being jealous of them
girls continue laughing noisily
Caroline: Still? What are they sitting on, vibrators?
—Caroline, to Max about noisy girls
Caroline: This sloppy joe is the best worst thing I've ever eaten.
—Caroline, about Sloppy Joes