This is some pure early Sex and the Citypresenting an absurd exaggeration of a very tiny corner of Manhattan lifestyle so the rest of the country can feel sorry for us while simultaneously being kind of jealous. It might be the first time we truly realize that Carrie is deeply flawed, and redemption is not a sure thing.
Charlotte dates Brad but has to dump him when he turns out to be irredeemably bad in the kissing department.
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The ladies spark a national trend of straight women being awful in gay bars with this episode, which sees them shaking things up at a club called Trade. What are you waiting around for? This is shown with Miranda having to get braces. Charlotte is in the midst of a Trey separation spiral.
Also, Carrie has terrible jackrabbit sex with a groomsman who then slut-shames her in his best man speech. Also, not every best sex and the city episode for guys in Toledo is ecstatic to be pregnant. The episode has a lot of conflict and barely any payoff, and you mostly just find yourself wondering why Carrie and Aidan are even bothering with this.
Miranda has her kid and names him Brady Hobbes but no one ever explains whether his name becomes Brady Brady when Miranda and Steve get married! Miranda and Steve go for a mushy upstate honeymoon straight from her nightmares. The bachelor goes to Carrie this time.
Not that it mattered, since Carrie wiped out on the runway and became "fashion roadkill. In a twist of events, she miscarries and they lose the baby.
Carrie Bradshaw would never. This is the woman who stalked Big and his mother at church in season one. We have no choice but to stan. Carrie choosing to move to Paris causes one of her and Miranda's biggest fights to date and it physically hurts to watch them trade unkind words.