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HBO- T At a birthday party for thirtysomething Miranda, Carrie and her friends vow to stop worrying about finding the perfect male and start having sex like men. Carrie experiments with an old flame and meets Mr. Big; Miranda warms up to Skipper; Samantha has a one night stand with a man Charlotte wouldn't sleep with on the first date. Miranda makes the mistake of going out with a "modelizer" someone who's obsessed with models ; Samantha chooses to go out with a modelizer and has her sexual encounter videotaped; Carrie experiments with Derek the Model большом flirts with Mr.
Carrie is invited to a couple's house in the Hamptons only to be flashed by the husband; Miranda's law firm thinks she's a lesbian; Samantha gets to know her doorman правда Charlotte dumps an eligible guy with the wrong china pattern.
Carrie discovers the limitations of going out with a twentysomething hunk. Charlotte's boyfriend has a sexual favor to ask; Samantha comes to the sobering realization that правда always be older than her boy toy. Carrie goes on a date with a gorgeous Секс architect who shows his thanks with a thousand dollars; a famous painter uses Charlotte as one of his птавда Skipper городе sexually obsessed with Miranda. How many of us out there are брльшом sex with people we are ashamed to introduce to our friends?
Carrie thinks Mr. Правла is keeping her a secret, while Miranda discovers a secret about her new boyfriend. Samantha has never been discreet with првда she's ever slept with, and Charlotte divulges her past love affair with one of God's chosen сеск.
Carrie wants a monogamous relationship ггороде Mr. Big, while Samantha refuses to have one with her realtor. Miranda's feelings for Skipper intensify when she sees him with another woman, правда Charlotte is faced with her new boyfriend's sexual demands. Carrie discovers not only that Mr. Big was once married, but секс he and his ex participated in a threesome. Meeting the ex-Mrs. Big, Carrie is disappointed to find her smart, большом and successful. Charlotte's boyfriend wants to секс another woman to болтшом relationship, and Miranda feels большом out.
Samantha finds that she has unwittingly become too involved with a married правда. Big tells Carrie he will never marry again. After a harsh dumping, Samantha tries to turn "The Turtle" into a Helmut Lang-wearing большом but realizes he's still just The Turtle.
Miranda introduces Charlotte to a very special vibrator called "The Rabbit," which turns Charlotte into a recluse. A baby shower for Городе, a wild child turned soccer mom, gets the girls thinking about their futures.
Carrie большом late for правда period, but unsure whether she wants her pregnancy test to be positive or negative. Charlotte is fearful she may never have the daughter for which секс has been preparing her whole life, while Laney yearns for the freedom she sacrificed for her family. An accidental emission has Гордое certain that she and Mr. Big will never share a bed again. The last three months have Miranda convinced больгом will never share a bed with any man again.
A foray into tantric celibacy leaves Samantha craving old-fashioned sex, and Charlotte's boyfriend would rather be mentally balanced than sexually active.
Big introduces Carrie to his mother as a friend, causing Carrie to ponder where their relationship is headed. Miranda breaks up with Catholic Guy because of his sexual hangups and returns to Skipper's always open arms. Samantha finally gives relationships a try, but soon правда out that size does matter. Charlotte is dismayed to discover that all the fortune tellers in the city agree on one thing--her eternal status as a single woman. After Carrie ends her relationship with Mr.
Big, she goes through the "rigamarole of секв up" and dates a new member of the Yankees. Meanwhile, Miranda is annoyed by all the "man talk," Samantha's not satisfied with her boyfriend's "shortcomings" and Charlotte's new flame has a problem with "crotch adjustments.
Are there certain things in a relationship that one should never say? Carrie invites Городе. Big to большгм birthday party; Samantha больщом to секс her boyfriend about his shortcomings; Charlotte gets a puppy as a "man replacement"; and Miranda musters up ппавда courage to talk dirty with her lover -- until she says бгльшом a little too revealing.
Are all правда freaks? Carrie dates a bunch of freaks before she meets Ben, then ruins a great thing when she turns into a freak; Samanatha goes on a first date with a man who wears dog collars and likes to be slapped around; Charlotte dates "Mr. Pussy" but realizes that's all he's good for; Miranda gives up on dating entirely. Carrie thinks she likes being single; Miranda dates a guy and fakes orgasm; Samantha gets taken in городк a club-owning jerk; and Charlotte convinces herself to like сеекс "fix-it" actor friend.
Can a relationship bring you back to life? Charlotte falls for a recently widowed man she meets at a fashion designer's funeral; Carrie mends some fences with Mr. Big; Samantha is exiled from Manhattan's social scene after trying to seduce a "celebutante's" husband; and Miranda starts having panic attacks after buying her own apartment. Is cheating like the proverbial tree in the forest -- it doesn't exist if there's no one around to catch you?
Carrie officially gets back with Mr. Big; Charlotte is городе away with the "Power Lesbian" elite; Miranda's new boyfriend makes her compete with his porno videos; and Samantha gets a "lightning bolt" from her personal trainer, Thor. In a city as cynical as New York, is it still possible to believe in love гоподе first sight? Miranda's interior decorator and her friend from London fall in иравда at first sight -- and invite the girls to be part of their большои, much to their dismay.
Do modern-day singles need modern-day myths just to date? While Carrie and Mr. Big continue their now-it's-different relationship, Провда starts hanging out with a year-old millionaire, and Miranda hooks лороде with a bartender who's actually a nice guy.
Can you change a man? Carrie tries to change some of Mr. Big's more annoying habits; Charlotte dates an uncircumcised man; Miranda is still dating the bartender but has problems with his schedule; and Samantha bumps into an old boyfriend who's now a drag queen.
Has New Городе class system been replaced by a caste system? Carrie and Mr. Big exchange "I love you's", Miranda splits with her bartender boyfriend, Нороде dates a rich man with a duplicitous servant, and Charlotte gets caught in the fast секс after hooking up with a hot-shot movie star. Have New Yorkers evolved past relationships? Carrie tries unsuccessfully to leave a few ророде items at Big's; Miranda finds out she has a "lazy" ovary; Charlotte is unsure about her new beau being a большом or "straight-gay"; Samantha's revenge plan on an ex fails.
When it comes to relationships, how do you know when enough is enough? Do you have to play games to make правда relationship work? Carrie meets another "wrong" guy in her shrink's waiting room; Samantha dates a sports addict who "scores" only when his team does; Charlotte joins a большом club to meet городе "nice" boy; Miranda plays "peep show" with a man in the building across from her.
Are серс girls doomed to repeat the бошьшом unconscious relationship partners and date the same person over городе over? Carrie makes a date with her "fuck buddy"; Samantha "makes love" with the couple next door -- with секс wall between them; Charlotte starts double-booking dates with men; Miranda dates a very mean большом controlling man.
Секс sleeping with someone mean you're also sleeping with their family? Carrie dates a short story writer and his family; Miranda dates a divorced father; Charlotte's brother has sex with Samantha.
Секс do you know if you're good in bed? Carrie dates an alcoholic and wonders if she's a compulsive павда for beer. Charlotte is destroyed after her partner falls asleep during sex.
Samantha's gay friends ask her if they could sleep with her. Miranda gets new sheets. Twenty-something women. Carrie and the girls get a share in the Hamptons, where Samantha's ex-assistant steals правда Rolodex and throws a party; Charlotte dates a twenty-something guy who gives her crabs; Miranda runs into the hairstylist she's suing for age discrimination; and Carrie discovers Big dating a year-old named Natasha.
Can you be friends with an ex? Правдс Big; Charlotte gets reacquainted with an equine правда. But on a surprise visit to the firehouse, Samantha's red-hot fantasy is shattered when she сеус a back room of average men eating popcorn in front of the Секс and even worse, большом her большмо with Ricky is cut short by a real fire, бльшом правда naked and aghast. Meanwhile, Bill Kelley, an older еравда politician, makes the moves on Carrie, but doesn't get very far. Drunk on the ferry ride home, Charlotte готоде that this is the year she will get married.
Rehashing the night over brunch, Charlotte blurts out that the reason firemen are so hot is because they fulfill women's fantasy of being rescued. But Miranda refuses to be rescued, and when her doctor says she needs someone to take her home after her laser vision surgery, she tries to manage on her own. Steve insists, showing Miranda that being rescued isn't always a sign of weakness. Charlotte goes on a date with Arthur, her latest prince городе. But after Arthur gets into a few fist fights, Charlotte realizes he's большом bully, not a prince.
Politician Bill campaigns for Carrie's attention, and eventually she gives in to a coat room kiss, but not more It's been three wonderful weeks on the campaign trail for Carrie and Bill when their romance is brought to a deeper level, twice.
Charlotte moves ahead with her own campaign -- to be elected wife by year's end. She decides to throw a used date party, which правад to be going well until her new-found юольшом starts making out with правюа ex. Meanwhile, Miranda is pushed to confront her ambivalence when Steve says he wants to see her городе.
She wonders: what if someone better comes along? Samantha is also deeply conflicted about her latest man: he's большом munchkin who shops in the бгльшом department at Bloomingdale's, but he's got a great sense of humor and he's a powerhouse in bed. Carrie gets nervous on the campaign trail when Bill asks her to pee on him, and Bill's response is городе call it quits, saying it's a bad political move to date a sex columnist.
Carrie городе the last word though, titling her latest column, "To Pee or Not to Pee? Twenty five, tall, beautiful, секс married, Natasha brings out Carrie's worst insecurities.
Miranda goes shopping for a funeral dress and after screaming at the lingerie saleswoman, she breaks down and cries in the woman's arms. Aidan surprises Carrie with a new laptop computer and zip drive but Carrie isn't happy about it. She's used to taking care of herself and can't handle the implications of his gesture. They argue and Aidan gives her back her keys. Back at the computer repair shop, Carrie learns that she needs her "motherboard" replaced.
She calls Aidan and admits that she's scared to let him in, in case they fall apart. The girls go to the funeral in Philadelphia and offer Miranda their full support.
In the middle of the funeral, Samantha starts crying and finds the release she really needed. She finally says, "I'm sorry" to Miranda. Back home, Carrie lets go of her fears and starts using the zip drive that Aidan gave her. Miranda finds out from Aidan that Steve has testicular Cancer. She has lunch with Steve and screams at him for being so nonchalant about his cancer, causing him to break down and cry.
Carrie prepares for a trip to Aidan's country cabin in Suffern, NY with a true city girl's trepidation. She tells the girls she's going because Aidan loves the country. Charlotte understands, adding that she's going to Bunny's Connecticut house to please Trey.
When Carrie gets to Aidan's extra rustic cabin, she immediately laments not being in the city. She realizes that relationships are inevitably a series of compromises and asks: When does the art of compromise become compromising? Unable to stand it anymore, Carrie returns to New York and goes out for a steak with Big.
Big tells her he's dating a movie star and that he might be in love. Carrie decides to go back to Aidan's and recruits Samantha to provide some entertainment. Samantha has a hard time in the great outdoors until she spots a hunky farmer. She approaches "Young McDonald" to borrow some milk and gets a lesson in how to milk a cow and then some. Carrie tries to embrace the country and gets to work on baking Aidan a pie.
But when a squirrel scares her, she drops the piecrust and admits to Aidan that she hates the house. Over in Connecticut, Charlotte is busily monitoring her fertility. Looking for Trey, she walks in on him taking a bath with his mother sitting nearby. She's disturbed but when her ovulation beeper goes off, she and Trey get to work in Bunny's prized orchid greenhouse. Back in the city, Miranda invites Steve over for take-out Chinese but her pitying behavior pisses off Steve.
Still, he thanks her for being a bitch the other day because it motivated him to see a good doctor and schedule surgery. Miranda is by Steve's side when he awakes after his operation. Carrie goes home after compromising with Aidan.
Steve is feeling insecure, less manly and lopsided with only one ball left. Trey's manhood is also challenged when Charlotte tells him he needs to get his sperm tested since she hasn't gotten pregnant yet. Big is depressed because his new movie star girlfriend is dissing him and he calls Carrie for support, which angers Aidan.
Carrie realizes that Aidan still feels threatened by Big. She wonders: Are men just women with balls? Samantha gets an appointment with ball-buster hotel magnate Richard Wright and tries to win an account. He tells her she would need to work with a partner - a male partner. Samantha realizes he just doesn't want to hire a woman. Up at Aidan's country house, Carrie gets another call from Big, who is so distraught he says he'll drive up there to talk with her.
Aidan fumes when he finds out. Big arrives, gets drunk and has to spend the night. The next day, Carrie tells Big he has to make friends with Aidan. When he goes out to apologize to Aidan, the two end up wrestling in the mud. With the testosterone tension broken, the two bond as Big confides in Aidan about his girl problems.
Samantha returns to Richard Wright and though Richard admits she's the best person for the job, he says he won't hire her because she slept with his architect. Samantha tells him off and then runs into the elevator as she's about to start crying.
The next day, Richard hires her, saying he's impressed with her "balls. They find out the procedure is still in clinical trials and Miranda tells Steve to forget about it.
Miranda tries to help Steve heal emotionally but she realizes that what Steve needs is a woman who wants to have sex with him. So, she takes him to bed. Miranda tells Carrie that she's pregnant from having unprotected sex with Steve and his one ball. Miranda doesn't want the baby and doesn't want to tell Steve. Charlotte, however, can't seem to get pregnant no matter what bedroom techniques she tries. When she finds out that Miranda is pregnant and is going to have an abortion, she's so upset she storms away.
Carrie and Samantha admit that they've both had abortions - Carrie after a one-night stand with a waiter in the '80s. Carrie tells Aidan about Miranda and swears him to secrecy. Aidan is appalled that Miranda isn't going to tell Steve. Carrie lies to Aidan about having had an abortion herself. Samantha has lunch with Lucy Liu, hoping to represent her. They hit it off and Lucy tells Samantha that she refuses to be lied to. Samantha also has her eye on the coveted Hermes red "Birkin" handbag.
Unfortunately, there's an eternally long waiting list, so Samantha uses Lucy Liu's starpower to score a bag. When Lucy shows up at their next lunch carrying the "free" bag, Samantha tells her it's actually for herself. Lucy is furious, fires Samantha and walks off with the bag. Charlotte sees a fertility doctor and finds out that she has only a 15 percent chance of conceiving naturally.
She bumps into Miranda on the street, tells her the news and walks away from the unhappily pregnant Miranda. Carrie accompanies Miranda to have her abortion. While they're waiting Miranda becomes increasingly worried that she's not making the right decision. She wonders if this is her only chance to have a baby. She decides to keep the baby and the girls, including Charlotte, gather around her and support her decision.
Carrie returns to the restaurant where she had met Chad, the waiter who had gotten her pregnant years ago. He's still there and doesn't remember Carrie. She realizes she made the right decision and leaves. Carrie decides to be honest and admits to Aidan that she had an abortion when she was She was worried that he would criticize her, but Aidan is non-judgemental. Carrie finds out that her building is going co-op and she has to move.
Aidan offers to buy her apartment and move in with her. Carrie finds herself both tempted and scared about the idea of sharing her space on a permanent basis. She's even more alarmed when while rummaging through Aidan's clothes she lands upon an engagement ring. It's creates such an internal upheaval, she runs to the kitchen sink and vomits. Carrie tells the girls about her reaction and voices her fears that it's too fast?
Miranda admits that she had helped Aidan select the ring. Carrie nervously waits for Aidan to pop the question and wonders: How do you know when it's right? Meanwhile, Samantha has a drink with her new client, Richard Wright. He proudly tells her that he enjoys sleeping around and is not at all interested in marriage, piquing single-girl Samantha's interest.
Their next encounter finds them in Richard's private jet headed for the mile-high club. Miranda tells Steve that she's carrying his baby and is going to keep it.
Steve is shocked, especially when Miranda tells him she's going to take care of the baby herself. Meanwhile, fertility challenged Charlotte starts taking hormones and learning Chinese in case they need to adopt a Mandarin baby. Carrie runs into Big and tells him that Aidan wants to marry her. Big tells her that Aidan's not the man for her and that she's not the marrying kind. Carrie replies that she's just not ready. Charlotte screams at Trey and rushes home.
Later, when Charlotte asks Trey for her hormone injection, Trey admits that he is having second thoughts about having a baby. He says he doesn't want to try anymore and wants it to be just the two of them. Aidan proposes to Carrie as they take Pete for his nightly walk. The ring he gives her isn't the one Carrie had spotted; it's beautiful. After Aidan tells her he wants to spend the rest of his life with her, Carrie takes a deep breath and says yes.
Across town, Miranda opens her door to Steve who is holding out an engagement ring. Miranda tells him he's crazy and they both agree they don't want to marry each other. They decide they'll figure things out. Carrie tells Samantha she's engaged and shows off her ring. Samantha orders them a drink and tells her that she picked the ring out with Aidan.
As Aidan and all his stuff officially move into Carrie's apartment, Carrie starts feeling increasingly claustrophobic.
Carrie complains to the girls that without any private space, she can't indulge in SSB or "secret single behavior. Samantha insists that her emotions are intact and that Richard is simply "Dick-alicious.
She wonders if it's her last chance for sex. Carrie panics when she finds out that she and Aidan won't be able to take over the apartment next door for another month. When Aidan proposes cleaning out her closet, she panics even more. As she watches Aidan move her precious Manolos and designer garb and when Pete starts gnawing on one of her stilettos, a heated argument ensues.
After much yelling, Carrie storms out with her laptop and wonders: When it comes to relationships, what are we fighting for? Things aren't much better in the shaky marital abode of Charlotte and Trey. When Trey brings Charlotte a surprise present - a cardboard baby, Charlotte is appalled and also storms out.
Carrie and Aidan's silent war lasts three days without any apologies. Meanwhile, Samantha meets Richard and is taken aback by the romantic scene he's set up.
She reminds him that they're about work and sex and nothing more. After some skinny dipping and hot sex, Richard asks Samantha to dance. She tries to make it sexual, but Richard resists and Samantha gives in.
Carrie finally apologizes to Aidan and confesses that she needs him to not talk to her for one whole hour. He agrees but after a minute she returns to him, realizing that sometimes when you get your needs met, you don't need them anymore. Miranda decides. It's Saturday night and Carrie is raring to go out on the town, but Aidan would prefer to stay home with a bucket of KFC.
So, Carrie invites the girls to go out dancing at a hot gay club. At the club, Charlotte runs into Anthony and his friend who works for House and Garden magazine and they dance the night away. Carrie makes friends with a cute gay boy named Oliver at the bar. Miranda runs into Max, a junior associate at her firm. He asks her not to tell the partners he's gay and she asks him not to tell them she's pregnant.
When Carrie gets home she's ready for some action but Aidan wants to sleep. Samantha, who took Ecstasy at the club, has X-cellent sex with Richard and ends up declaring her love for him. Carrie has lunch with her new gay date Oliver. She wonders: To be in a couple, do you have to put your single self on a shelf?
At work, Miranda finds out Max has spilled the beans on her being with child; she then lets it slip that he's gay. They both realize it's time to stop hiding their personal lives.
Charlotte finds out that House and Garden wants to shoot her apartment, but Trey doesn't want to do it. He abruptly tells her that she can have the apartment and that he'll move back in with his mother. Samantha talks to Richard about that thing I said the other night.
Richard says it doesn't matter, he's knows she was on Ecstasy. Samantha realizes that she secretly wished it did matter to him. Carrie gets ready for another fabulous night out with Oliver and puts her engagement ring on a chain around her neck. Aidan offers to go, but she convinces him not to. At the club, Oliver flirts with men and Carrie starts to wonder what she's doing there. She realizes she wants to be with Aidan and heads for home.
As Charlotte prepares for the House and Garden photo shoot, Trey shows up. He tells her that he wants to at least do that for her. They pose as the happy married couple they no longer are. Carrie is feeling pressured by Aidan - and society at large - to plan her wedding. She admits to Miranda that she isn't exactly feeling like a blushing bride.
Miranda confesses that she isn't exactly glowing over her pregnancy. She tells Carrie that she "faked" her sonogram - feigning joy when she found out she was having a boy. Miranda convinces Carrie to go try on some bad wedding dresses. In her gown, Carrie starts to panic and has Miranda rip the dress off of her. At the coffee shop, Carrie asks the girls why she has to get married when things are great as they are.
She wonders: Do we really want these things or are we just programmed? Carrie tries to get in a marital mood with a stack of bridal magazines but she freaks out as Aidan smashes through the wall between the apartments.
She tells him that she doesn't think she's ready to get married yet. Charlotte, on the other hand, attempts to get over her divorce with some tap lessons, but ends up "tapping" into her pain. Meanwhile, Samantha learns that Richard has been seen about town with another woman.
At Richard's charity fundraiser, J. Samantha is shocked at how upset she is. Enraged, she confronts Richard and tells him to stop sleeping around. He says he's just not the monogamous type.
Samantha walks away and grabs J. When Richard sees J. He doesn't understand what they're waiting for. Carrie realizes that he still doesn't completely trust her. She insists that she is his but Aidan protests: "If you don't want to marry me right now, you'll never want to. Devastated, Aidan says, "I can't believe I'm back here again. On the other side of town, Miranda has her first true maternal moment when she feels her baby kick. Unable to say goodbye, Carrie turns away as Aidan moves out of her apartment and her life.
She finds what she assumes is a "goodbye letter"; in fact, it's a legal document giving her 30 days to either buy back her apartment or vacate it. At the bank, she's told that she's not a "desirable candidate" for a loan. After another failed relationship, she wonders: What's it all worth? In dire straits, she pays Big an official visit and asks for some financial advice. He gives her a check for the down payment.
Miranda and Samantha also offer to loan her some money, but Carrie says she can't accept their offer. She rips up the check from Big. Charlotte announces that she got a job as a volunteer docent at the Museum of Modern Art.
Later, Carrie storms over to Charlotte's apartment and asks her why she didn't offer her the money. Charlotte says it's not her job to fix Carrie's finances. Carrie is outraged at Charlotte's lack of support, especially since Charlotte doesn't even have to work. She also remarks that Charlotte isn't exactly the picture of independence as she's still wearing her engagement ring.
Meanwhile, Samantha is being showered with expensive gifts from Richard, but she's under-whelmed by the cards which are signed "Best, Richard. She gets Roger to sign the next gift card, "Love, Richard. Steve and Miranda are working out a visitation schedule for the baby. Miranda tells Steve that she's incredibly horny and feels like no one would want to have sex with her pregnant self. Steve says he would and they get to work.
Carrie and Charlotte apologize to each other. Charlotte admits that she is having trouble giving up being "Mrs. Trey McDougal. Carrie accepts. Full of optimism, Carrie turns in her first article for Vogue.
Her fierce new editor, Enid played by Candice Bergen isn't impressed and says she wants "less Carrie Bradshaw. He takes her into his office for a morning pep talk along with one too many martinis. In another conversation over drinks, Richard tells Samantha that what he really wants for his birthday is a three-way with Samantha and the restaurant's hot young hostess, Alexa.
Carrie tells Julian that she's thinking of quitting Vogue. Julian wonders what her dad would say and Carrie reveals that her father left when she was 5 years old.
She wonders: How much does a father-figure figure? Meanwhile, mom-to-be Miranda is freaking out about how she's going to juggle work and motherhood. Charlotte enthusiastically offers to throw Miranda a baby shower and Miranda begrudgingly accepts.
But when Charlotte goes into high gear with storks and the must-have baby toys, Miranda freaks even more. At the shower, Charlotte cries when Miranda receives a Tiffany's silver baby rattle just like the one Trey had given her. She also realizes that she might not be such a bad mom after all.
Over at Richard's place, the three-way is underway, until Alexa calls Richard, "Daddy. He also tells Samantha that he wants to try the monogamy thing. Carrie rewrites her article and it passes the Vogue test. She also flips when Julian changes into some Versace briefs and starts to come on to her. She decides to work with Ened from that point on.
It's autumn in New York and Carrie's yearning for some company. She invites herself over to Big's apartment, finding it filled with shipping boxes. Big tells her that he's moving to Napa, California where he bought a vineyard. Dazed and confused, Carrie joins him in a glass of wine and a slow dance to Big's parents' favorite song, "Moon River. Although she's suspicious of his excuses, she gives him a token of love: a framed picture of hearts.
At the girls' next get-together, Carrie breaks the news about Big's impending departure and wonders if she should sleep with him one last time. Samantha tells the girls that she's a 'love-a-holic' and is worried as she's sure relationships never work.
Carrie starts thinking about fate and wonders: Can you make a mistake and miss your fate? Meanwhile, while leading a tour at the Museum of Modern Art, Charlotte is asked out by one of the visitors. At first she's resistant but when she spots Trey and Bunny wandering through the museum, she says yes to the potential date, Eric. Samantha is increasingly concerned about her 'relationship' as Richard isn't reacting to her sexual advances.
She asks him if he's sleeping with another woman and he denies it. She decides to spy on him. Charlotte's date with Eric is going well. Both recent divorcees, they seem to have a lot in common. However, when he sees her luxurious Park Avenue abode, he goes on a rampage about her being a 'rich girl. Carrie gets all glammed up for her last night with Big. In a carriage ride through Central Park, Big tells her he'll miss her very much. They start to kiss but are interrupted by a call from Miranda who's in labor.
The horses pick up their gait and Carrie dismounts at the hospital. Big gives her his classic wink goodbye. Carrie keeps Miranda sane as she gives birth to a healthy baby boy. Miranda tells an exuberant Steve that she wants to name their child, Brady, Brady Hobbes.
Samantha's in a different kind of labor of love as she follows Richard incognito in a wig and dark glasses. She catches him in bed with another woman and proceeds to smash the heart painting she had given him.
Carrie rushes off to try to catch Big before his plane takes off, but it's too late. In the apartment she finds the 'Moon River' record with a note reading "If you ever feel lonely" and a plane ticket to Napa with a note reading, "If I ever feel lonely.
Samantha is finding it hard to adjust to "cleaning up her act" in front of Brady, especially since she's still seething over Richard's infidelity. Newly single Charlotte is ready to find her next great love, whereas Carrie wonders if after Big and Aidan, she's all out of great loves.
She asks: When it comes to being carefree single girls, have we missed the boat? Carrie turns to Manhattan for romance, at first reveling in her amorous relationship with the city but then feeling the lonely side of dating NYC.
The only company that she can find is a fellow single woman, albeit a much older one who likes to mix her prescription drugs in with her ice cream. When a chance encounter with a sailor yields an invite to the Fleet Week party, Carrie jumps at the opportunity. Meanwhile, Samantha is on a mission to get back at Richard.
First she throws a martini in his face and then plasters his neighborhood with posters calling him a cheater and liar. Richard isn't fazed and persists in apologizing to Sam and professing his love for her.
While Miranda works on the art of breastfeeding, Carrie, Samantha and Charlotte go party with some studly sailors. Charlotte flirts with an officer who isn't quite a gentleman.
And despite a Southern sailor's best efforts, Carrie goes home alone, realizing that until she lets go of the past and finds her true love, dating New York will be just fine for now.
At their weekly breakfast, Samantha tells the girls that she's back together with Richard. The girls are shocked and skeptical. Miranda is also shocked when Steve tells her he'd like baby Brady to be baptized so he doesn't go to Hell. Carrie relates that she's finding it difficult to drum up new material for her weekly sex column now that she's not in a relationship. But just when she thinks she's going to get fired, Carrie finds out that a publisher is interested in turning her past columns into a book.
She meets with the two single female publishers and is at a loss for words when they ask her to give her readers a message. Is she an optimist or a pessimist? Carrie wonders: Is hope a drug we need to go off of or is it keeping us alive? Even Charlotte needs a little more hope and turns to a self-help program that touts the power of positive affirmations. She brings Carrie along to the next lecture and asks the speaker why her affirmations aren't working.
The speaker tells Charlotte she needs to put her self out there, but Carrie stands up for her friend and says, "Believe me, she's out there.
She asks Carrie to be the godmother but Carrie worries that she's become too cynical to offer any guidance to Brady. Miranda will hear nothing of it - Carrie's her best friend. As the holy water is poured over Brady, Carrie hopes that it will wash away some of her "sin-icism. Charlotte's turning 36, but plans on staying 35 as far as anyone else is concerned.
To celebrate Charlotte's "faux" birthday, Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte join Samantha on her latest private jet trip with Richard. Destination: Atlantic City. Carrie is determined to spend some quality time gambling with her girlfriends, but finds that isn't so easy.
Miranda wants to catch up on her sleep and read The New Yorker, and Samantha is busy keeping an eye on Richard's every move. Meanwhile, Charlotte is increasingly fearful that she's become an old maid.
She gives herself an Atlantic City style makeover and stuns the girls with her new racy, red lipstick look. Carrie realizes people go to casinos for the same reason they go on blind dates - hoping to hit the jackpot. But she wonders: If we know the house always wins, why gamble? As she watches the chesty casino ladies show off their assets to Richard, Samantha's suspicions become unbearable. She tells Richard that she loves him but she loves herself more.
She leaves behind the mega diamond ring and the pearl thong he just gave her and walks out the door. With her new look, Charlotte is ready to meet some men but Carrie's feeling cynical and doesn't see the point. Sitting on the boardwalk and watching a happy couple taking in the sunset, Carrie realizes that she's hiding in her friends and that perhaps there are things worth gambling on.
Carrie is appalled to see a mocked-up photo of herself all but naked on the proposed cover of her "Sex and the City" book. She refuses to identify with such women and opts to buy a book in the privacy of her own home - online. Meanwhile in the privacy of Samantha's office, a hunky Worldwide Express guy delivers a 'package' that Samantha can't resist opening immediately.
While Samantha provides a service of her own to the delivery guy, Carrie walks in and right back out. Back in her apartment, Carrie thinks about 'judgment. Miranda enjoys Tom's moves until he kisses her with 'her' all over his face. On their second date, she gently alerts him to the problem but he can't handle the criticism and leaves saying he has to concentrate on his diet.
Things get tense between Carrie and Samantha as they disagree on the right look for the book cover. Carrie finds Samantha's selections a little too risque.
Samantha accuses Carrie of judging her sexual behavior. A couple days later, Carrie apologizes for being judgmental. Sam relaxes and admits she judges herself too.
With Samantha's help, Carrie wears a sexy short suit and holds her laptop for the cover shoot. She looks fabulous. Carrie is gearing up for the biggest night of her life - her book-launch party. Naturally, Samantha serves as Carrie's publicist and party-planner. Miranda, who's back in the office and loving it, gets a timely call from her pre-baby ex-lover, Walker Lewis. Excited by the prospect of a replay of their one-night stand, she invites him to be her 'plus one' for the party.
While discussing the party particulars with her punchy publisher, Carrie meets the charismatic and cute writer, Jack Berger. After a flirtatious fast-food meal on a park bench, Carrie dares to invite Berger to be her 'plus one' for her party, but her hopes are shattered when Berger casually mentions he has a girlfriend. Carrie tells the girls that she 'sparked' with Berger and laments the fact that he's unavailable. Miranda admits that she purposely neglected to tell Walker she has a baby.
After discussing the whole 'plus one' problem, Carrie starts thinking about what she has a job and an apartment and what she doesn't have a boyfriend. She wonders why we let the one thing we don't have effect how we feel about everything.
She asks: Why does one minus a 'plus one' feel like it adds up to zero? Samantha decides to splurge on a chemical peel to prep for the book party and emerges looking like an overripe tomato. Charlotte prepares for the party by bedding country club-ready Justin Anderson the third, her 'perfect plus one. Carrie soaks in the glamorous party in her honor and thinks 'Who needs a date? It dawns on her that she's lonely. Miranda, on the other hand, has lured Walker back to her home. However, when Brady's cries interrupt them mid-climax, Walker walks out.
Miranda takes Brady in her arms and realizes that she's not the same person - she's plus one. On the way home, Carrie's driver reminds her she's got something to celebrate. Spirits lifted, Carrie realizes she likes knowing that there are men out there who can still give her that 'spark.
While out on the town with Stanford, Carrie runs into a woman who identifies herself as the person who went out with Aidan post-Carrie. The woman, Nina Katz, makes a scary face implying Carrie really did a number on Aidan.
Miranda is a sleepless cranky mess. Baby Brady won't stop screaming and crying, leaving mommy Miranda at her wits end. Charlotte's screaming problem comes in the form of her ex-mother-in-law Bunny who is fighting tooth and nail to get Charlotte out of the MacDougal apartment. Charlotte hires a fierce lawyer to get Bunny off her back. Carrie anxiously reads the New York Times review of her new book.
She gets a rave review but she's bothered by the writer's characterization of her having a life "where the men are disposable. She wonders why we only believe the negative things people say about us. Frustrated mama Miranda is saved by the kindness of a stranger - her neighbor - who brings her a special vibrating baby chair that works like magic. Even more magical is a surprise visit from Samantha who offers to baby-sit while Miranda takes her appointment with a top hairstylist.
When the vibrating chair fails to keep Brady at bay, Samantha pulls out her brand-new vibrator, and Brady goes back to happy baby land.
Carrie is obsessing over the bad things Nina Katz might be saying and thinking about her. She meets with Steve and asks how Aidan is doing. Steve says he's fine now but that he was devastated and depressed for quite a while. Carrie runs into Nina again and defends her relationship and break-up behavior with Aidan. Right after she says it, Carrie realizes that the critic she was most afraid of - and the one whose opinion counts most - is herself.
Carrie tells the girls that she's headed to San Francisco for her book tour and that she is desperate to get laid. And well, yes, she just might call upon Big while she's there. She recruits Samantha to join her on the journey West - by train.
Carrie wonders: "Are we the new bachelors? Harry invites the new divorcee to view a swanky bachelor's apartment that is about to go on the market. At the apartment complete with bedroom strobe lights and surround sound , Harry blurts out that he finds her incredibly sexy. The old Charlotte is taken aback but the new Charlotte jumps him.
She confides in her gay pal Anthony that she had incredible sex but that she has no interest in being Harry's girlfriend. Anthony congratulates her and gives her the lowdown on the rules of 'hot sex' and nothing more. Back on the railways, Carrie and Samantha are nowhere near hot sex.
Even crashing a bachelor party in the bar car turns up nothing but happily married men. Samantha nurses her wounds with a bottle of champagne while Carrie obsesses over the inopportune arrival of a giant pimple. Arriving at her book reading, Carrie finds herself in front of an audience more excited about the next star reader, Mr. Winkle the dog.
During the Q and A session, Big emerges from the crowd and asks her if the "Big" she writes about has a name. Carrie coyly tries to lure Big to bed but he's more interested in understanding what she wrote about him. He tells her he doesn't want her to get hurt again.
Despite Carrie's insistence that she's fine, Big goes to bed with her book, not her, on top of him. Meanwhile, Charlotte is back in bed with her lawyer and practices the art of 'just sex' - sending him on his way with no romantic talk when they're done. Carrie has given up on any sex, but by morning, Big is back to himself, joking that she'll need more material for the sequel.
The girls are invited to the unlikely wedding of Carrie's supposedly gay friend, flamboyant lounge singer Bobby Fine to society lady Bitsy Von Muffling. Stunned by the news, Carrie thinks about what it takes to make a relationship work. She asks: When it comes to saying 'I do,' is a relationship a relationship without the zsa zsa zsu aka: that special something that gives you butterflies in the stomach? Charlotte's new 'just sex' partner, Harry, invites her to be his date for the big Hamptons wedding.
Charlotte worries about his crass behavior, but accepts provided that hairy Harry wax his back. In another not so clear relationship, Miranda inexplicably finds herself having sex with Steve.
Meanwhile, Samantha calls upon the services of her ex, Richard, in another way: she arranges to throw a party at his house in the Hamptons. On the way out to the Hamptons, Carrie runs into Jack Berger, who tells her he broke up with his girlfriend. Carrie can't help but feel that zsa zsa zsu. At Samantha's fabulous pool party, Carrie and Berger have a heart to heart about relationships past, but it's too much for Berger to handle and he departs suddenly and swiftly.
Carrie wonders if she should just throw in the towel and settle for a so-so relationship. Samantha struggles to enjoy herself because of the appearance of three of Richard's bikini-clad bimbo babes. She accuses the party-crashers of freeloading but realizes that she herself is still hurting over the end of her affair with Richard. At Bobby and Bitsy's wedding, the girls find themselves moved by the mutual love of the bride and groom.
It appears Bobby and Bitsy do have the zsa zsa zsu. Obviously inspired, Charlotte tells Harry mid-dance that she may be falling in love with him. He says he shares her feelings but that he's Jewish and he has to marry a Jew. Also on the dance floor, Berger tells Carrie that he'd like to go on a date with her before they break up. Carrie is reminded why she refuses to settle for anything less than butterflies.
Carrie finally manages to set up a date with fellow author Jack Berger, but the situation makes Carrie as nervous as she is ecstatic.
She fears that she'll screw up everything by having a lousy date, thereby dooming the entire prospective relationship. The girls suggest that Carrie go on a "Sim-u-date" with another man to calm her nerves and take the edge off the entire situation. Meanwhile, Charlotte finds herself in a tough situation. Against all odds, she is falling deeply in love with Harry, but he can't get serious about her because she's not Jewish.
She tries everything she can think of to make him change his mind including bringing up the subject during the throes of passion , but he refuses to budge, since he promised his late mother that he would marry a Jew. Later, Charlotte begins to consider converting to Judaism for Harry. The lovers discuss their possible future, and when Harry accepts Charlotte's difficulty in having children, Charlotte realizes that he may be the man she's been looking for. Things aren't any easier for Miranda, who finally admits to herself that she's in love with Steve.
After much soul-searching, she decides to tell him during a dinner "date", but he beats her to the punch by revealing that he's already in an another relationship.
Miranda's spirits plummet, and she keeps her feelings to herself. Samantha, as usual, doesn't seem to be having any problems with men. She quickly seduces her new neighbor Chip, a successful stockbroker. Sleeping with Chip pays off well for Samantha, since whenever she becomes intimate with him, he gives her stock tips. Unfortunately, Samantha isn't the only woman getting stock tips from Chip, and during a delicate moment, the FBI burst in and arrest the broker for insider trading.
Carrie's "Sim-u-date" with graphic designer Willie Applegate does not go well. After getting balsamic vinegar in his eye and having a pigeon land on his head, Willie manages to absolutely destroy the entire tablesetting during a pratfall. This gets Carrie even more nervous for her first date with Berger. During an afternoon talk with Miranda, she spots Berger on the street, causing her to panic and run down the street and right into Aidan The meeting is awkward, but Carrie realizes that if both she and Aidan could survive their crash, then there is nothing that she could do on a first date that couldn't be bounced back from.
She calls Berger up, and their first date goes off without a hitch. Carrie and Jack's relationship is moving along perfectly. Their first few dates are nearly flawless, and are filled with steamy displays of public affection.
Unfortunately, after a night of "quiet sex," Carrie discovers that the passion the two share doesn't translate to the bedroom. Meanwhile, when Samantha introduces the girls to a "raw foods" restaurant, she discovers that she wants something that's not on the menu Unfortunately, Samantha isn't the only woman interested in the staff.
Later in the week, Sam returns to the restaurant, determined to be the last one there at the end of the night, allowing her to take the waiter home for dessert.
After many hours and four courses of uncooked food , Samantha finally gets her man and soon finds out that he was worth both the wait and the wheatgrass. Miranda's relationship luck remains consistent consistently bad , as Magda accidentally breaks the device, leaving Miranda alone once again.
Repeated attempts to fix the TiVO fail, until Steve steps in and works his magic, repairing the box while simultaneously making Miranda's feelings for him even more clear. Having decided that Harry is indeed her ideal man, Charlotte announces that she is going to convert to Judaism. The conversion is easier said than done, however, as Charlotte's attempts to meet with a rabbi are repeatedly rebuffed. Harry explains that the rejections are standard, since the church wants to ensure that any "applicants" are serious.
Charlotte sets out to prove herself, but winds up crashing Shabbos at the rabbi's house. He forgives the intrusion, and invites Charlotte to observe. Carrie and Berger's love life continues to be "quiet. Unfortunately, the drinks lead to unconciousness, rather than elevated passion. The next morning, Berger and Carrie finally admit that they have a problem, and after trying some makeshift voodoo including salt tossing and shoe modelling , the two finally manage to click in bed.
Now past their problems in the bedroom, Carrie and Berger move firmly into the next phase of their relationship with Carrie making the first trip to Berger's apartment. While pleasantly surprised that Jack's apartment does not say "scary bachelor", Carrie is less thrilled when Berger uses the visit as an opportunity to open the dreaded "ex-file". After a sleepless night at the hands of Berger's sound machine, Carrie accompanies the girls to the purse party of a recently-singled acquaintance.
While surrounded by her beaded and furry creations, the girls begin to ponder the question: how much knowledge of your steady's past relationships is too much? The appearance of Samantha's nameless waiter takes the evening in a new direction. When Samantha and the waiter are caught behind the kitchen in a compromising position, he is fired and their "fragile" host ends the party abruptly.
After a conversation with Carrie, Samantha decides the only way to get back "in the kitchen" with her waiter is to turn the tables and "serve" him. Dealing with the new relationship of her ex, Steve, proves difficult for Miranda; particularly, when a diaper-bag discovery forces her to realize that the relationship is indeed moving forward, at least in the bedroom.
Miranda continues to suppress her true feelings, lecturing a confused Steve on the importance of focus in parenting. Meanwhile, a zealous Charlotte continues her conversion with an accelerated course in the Jewish faith.
But doubts arise when she realizes that becoming Jewish means giving up some of her own traditions. Resolving not to be a "meat-eating vegetarian", she plans her last Christmas celebration in July. After a touching moment with Harry by the tree, Charlotte realizes that the "memories she was giving up might be nothing compared to the memories she was getting.
After a sexy "trip down memory lane" with Big and a spirited reaction from Berger to his ex's voicemail, Carrie continues to wonder "Can you get to a future if your past is present? With Berger's "ex-file" safely closed behind her, Carrie knows it's time to clean up her own past with a phone call to Big. The two resolve to be friends, as Carrie moves forward with her newly more serious relationship. Carrie brings Berger out for a dinner with the girls, and the conversation flows smoothly, but things come to a screeching halt when Berger gives Miranda some blunt advice about her lovelife.
The advice may be difficult to hear, but ultimately, Berger scores points with the girls for his honesty. Later that night, Carrie and Berger share their first "I Love Yous," and things couldn't seem to get any better. Unfortunately, they soon get worse.
Berger gives Carrie a copy of his book, "Hurricane Pandora. Berger does not take to this light criticism well, shutting down completely, and becoming very cold to our Ms. Meanwhile, Samantha and Jerry's sex life is heating up, with the pair acting out several different fantasies in the bedroom. Sometimes Jerry plays an IRS agent, other times a doctor While acting out one fantasy in a bar, Samantha is shocked by an unexpected bit of information about Jerry That puts the kibosh on the roleplaying for a while, until Jerry manages to meet up with Samantha and talk things out with her.
Samantha accepts Jerry's past, but seems less thrilled with his real last name: Jerrod. Miranda tries to test Berger's theory about men in her daily life -- namely that men don't send hidden messages to women -- but this backfires badly on Miranda when she goes out with a man and misinterprets her date's stomach ailments for a lack of interest.
The newly converted Charlotte takes to her new role as a Jew with great vigor. She peppers her conversations with Yiddish phrases and cooks Harry a massive dinner for their first Shabbat together.
However, Harry wants to watch the Mets game during the Shabbos, leading to a huge argument between the two. Charlotte demands that Harry propose to her then and there, but instead, he walks out of her apartment, leaving her as another single Jewish girl in New York.
The tension between Berger and Carrie hits a boiling point at a Manhattan bar when Berger notices a woman wearing a scrunchy. He thinks that he finally gets one-up on Carrie, but it turns out that the woman is actually from Georgia, not New York. When the date ends, Berger decides not to come upstairs with Carrie, but rather than give up on the relationship, the two talk things out.
Carrie discovers that Berger is still smarting from the commercial failure of his book, the real source of his recent discontent. With that out of the way, the couple make up and resume their perfect relationship. To celebrate the latest advance of her book, Carrie takes Berger on a date to Prada. Berger initially feels like a fish out of water in the upscale retailer, but a few comped glasses of champagne help him to relax.
Unfortunately, no amount of alcohol can help him deal with the sticker shock brought on by the price of a shirt that Carrie wants him to buy. After leaving Prada, Carrie tells Berger about her advance over a lunch date.
She then gives him the Prada shirt as a celebratory gift, making him feel very uncomfortable. Later, a chance encounter with Courtney, Carrie's editor, reveals two important bits of information: that Courtney has been fired due to "low sales in her sector" and that Berger's option has been dropped by the publisher. Carrie begins to feel guilty, afraid that she's been rubbing her success in Berger's face, and that buying the expensive shirt may have been a bad idea.
Samantha continues her burgeoning relationship with Jerry, even going so far as to travel to Brooklyn to see him in a play. The show "Full Moon" bores her into numbness until Jerry steps onstage and drops trou. After the show has ended and the pair are in Samantha's bedroom, she decides that she's going to help him to become the "next big thing" in New York. She works her magic to add buzz to the show, but not before officially changing his name from Jerry Jerrod to Smith Jerrod.
Sadly, Miranda and Charlotte aren't doing as well as Samantha in the relationship department. Charlotte is still smarting from being dumped by Harry, while Miranda's feelings for Steve continue to grow. Charlotte goes to Anthony for dating advice, but even he can't brighten her spirits.
While trying to earn "points" with Steve, Miranda accidentally agrees to bake cupcakes for his girlfriend Debbie. Luckily, Miranda's self-respect wins out, and the cupcakes remain unfinished. Thanks to Samantha, the official opening of Full Moon becomes the hottest event in the city. Carrie invites Berger, but he shocks her by picking her up for the premiere on his motorcycle.
Carrie risks getting a bad case of helmet hair, and winds up petrified by the speed at which Berger drives across the Brooklyn Bridge. When they finally stop, an argument ensues. After much soul-baring, things seem to resolve themselves The play is a huge success largely due to Smith , but Carrie's future with Berger is in question.
Carrie gets tapped for jury duty, and she finds herself unable to talk her way out of performing her civic obligation. Sadly, this is the least of her problems, as her relationship with Berger is becoming more and more forced by the moment. The once easy banter is being gradually replaced with bickering, and the couple decide to take a week-long break after a particularly difficult date.
Carrie and Berger aren't the only people undergoing relationship issues. Equally imperiled is the bond between Miranda and baby Brady. Miranda's career puts more and more demands on her time, and Brady begins to see Magda as his mother figure since his real mother is never home. This all proves too much for Miranda, so she tells her office that she's going to be cutting back her hours The office isn't happy with this decision, but the rift between mother and child is healed.
Charlotte's major problem is that she has too many dates. Now that she's become active in her synagogue, she finds herself as the target of several matchmakers, all of whom set her up on painfully bad outings. Even when a final setup is with a "perfect" guy, Charlotte rejects him, since he still can't measure up to her Harry.
Just when things look their bleakest, Charlotte sees Harry at a mixer, begging his forgiveness, and receiving it, along with a quickly accepted wedding proposal. Samantha, as usual, doesn't seem to be having any problems at all. Her guidance of Smith's career is going swimmingly. She manages to get him a gig as the "Absolut Hunk", which brings with it a several story tall billboard in Times Square.
Smith is initially unhappy with the ad campaign, since it leads to him getting attention without getting any real work. Samantha tells him to relax, and is proven right when Smith gets cast in a Gus Van Sant film.
Carrie tries to figure out exactly what's going on with Berger. Big offers advice via a transcontinental phone call, while Miranda weighs in from her apartment. Ultimately, it looks as if Carrie and Berger will need to separate Unfortunately, Berger's heart just isn't in it, and while she sleeps, Berger leaves Carrie in the dead of night, breaking it off via a solitary Post-it note stuck to her computer screen.
Carrie and the girls are meeting for their usual breakfast when two bombshells are dropped. The good news is that Charlotte and Harry are engaged Carrie swears that she will refrain from giving Berger the satisfaction of an angry message, but winds up inadvertantly leaving one after badmouthing him to some of his friends at an exclusive club. Charlotte absolutely basks in the glow of her engagement to Harry. Her ring is enormous and patterned after the one given by Richard Burton to Elizabeth Taylor , and all seems well.
All, that is, except for the nagging feeling that somehow this second marriage will be somewhat less special than her first. She tells the girls that this wedding will be far less elaborate than the last, releasing them from bridesmaid duties. Charlotte's attitude changes after running into a enthusiastic barhopping bridal party, rejuvenating her spirits and causing her to re-enlist her friends as bridesmaids.
Miranda is also in a funk until discovering that after many months of juggling motherhood and a career she is now able to fit into her "skinny jeans" for the first time since Her confidence soars, and she finds herself able to easily speak with the type of men that had been intimidating her.
The jeans eventually split, but Miranda's positive new outlook remains. Smith's career is rapidly heating up, but Samantha fears that he's moving too quickly by referring to her as his girlfriend during a private moment. She gives him a fabulous pair of Robert Marc sunglasses and coaches him to say that he's single when he makes an appearance on TRL, maximizing his teenage scream potential and keeping a comfortable distance between the pair.
The plan backfires on Sam when she sees the broadcast and finds that she doesn't like hearing Smith declare his availability on national television. Licking their wounds, the girls wind up in a dive bar. Samantha manages to score a joint in the bar, along with a man to potentially keep her mind off of Smith.
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