Jodi mentions that Caroline is her best friend, and that she is able to tell her anything. The two also attend exercise classes along with some other ladies of Pelican Town, such as Marnie, Emily and Robin.
You can give Caroline up to two gifts per week (plus one on
birthday), which will raise or lower
friendship with you. Gifts on
birthday (Kış 7) will have 8× effect and show a unique dialogue. For loved or liked gifts, Caroline will say
“Doğum günü hediyesi mi? Çok naziksin! Çok beğendim.”
At any friendship level greater than zero friendship points, you may receive a gift in the mail from Caroline. The chance of receiving a gift in the mail increases as your friendship with Caroline increases.
Caroline continues telling you how peaceful her sunroom sanctuary is, and offers you a cup of her home-grown Green Tea. You can choose "yes" or "no" without penalty. In either case, a surrealistic cutscene plays, after which Caroline says "Feel free to come here and relax any time you want, okay?"
The sunroom is then unlocked and can be visited any time the house is open. Inside is a Tea Bush that can be harvested to obtain Tea Leaves once each day, during the last week of any season.
The next day, Caroline sends a letter in the mail with the Tea Sapling recipe attached.
As you enter the store, you hear an argument between Caroline and Abigail in the kitchen.
Abigail: "Stop telling me how to live my life!"
Caroline: "Hey, cut it out! We're letting you live here free of charge until you finish school. It seems like you don't appreciate that at all!"
Abigail: "Stop trying to make me feel guilty. I appreciate that you and Dad are helping me out, but expecting me to dress the way you want is ridiculous. I'm not a little girl anymore, Mom."
Caroline: (pause) "...You're right. I'm sorry."
Abigail turns towards the door where you're hiding, and asks if someone is there. You run away, and Abigail swears the house is haunted. Abigail comes out, and says "Urgghh... Sorry... I was fighting with my Mom earlier."
Caroline sends you a recipe in the mail.
Note that the recipe is called Vegetable Stew in the letter, but cooking the recipe creates Vegetable Medley.