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april 27, 2007

Episode 55, Time and Punishment

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Carrie and Aidan are interrupted in bed by the voice of Big on Carrie’s answering machine. Though Aidan says nothing, Carrie fears that he’ll never be able to forgive her for her affair with Big. She wonders if you can ever really forgive if you can’t forget. Carrie works hard to show Aidan that she’s a great girlfriend, but he seems distant and angry.

Charlotte stuns the girls by announcing that she’s planning on quitting her gallery job and devoting herself to having a baby and redecorating. Charlotte is angry that the girls, especially Miranda, are judgmental of her decision. She calls Miranda and while on the phone Miranda’s neck goes out. Aidan offers to go check on Miranda and finds her naked on the floor unable to move. A mortified Miranda lets him scoop her up in bathmats. Charlotte hires a young ambitious 20-something who reminds her of herself. On the new gallery girl’s first day, Charlotte has a moment of doubt, but sticks by her decision and walks out into her new non-working life. Miranda recuperates with her neck brace and finds that not working isn’t such a bad thing.

Samantha starts an affair with a guy who steals her cab. They have great sex but Samantha is miffed when her new boytoy tells her she needs a bikini wax. She evens the score next time by shaving his own hairy private parts.

Meanwhile, Carrie finds Aidan at his bar flirting with the waitress and practically ignoring Carrie. Carrie realizes she’s being punished for her big mistake. She offers to walk Aidan’s dog while he works and again finds him hanging out with the sexy waitress. She angrily goes home. Aidan shows up and says he’s pissed and wants Carrie to remove Big from her life. She says she can’t do that and pleads that Aidan has to forgive her. He surrenders his anger and takes her in his arms.

”I got to thinking about relationships and partial lobotomies. Two seemingly different ideas that might just be perfect together – like chocolate and peanut butter.” – Carrie

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Episode 54, Baby, Talk is Cheap

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Carrie is tormented because she can’t stop thinking about Aidan. She admits to the girls that she wants him back. Miranda suggests emailing Aidan. Carrie gives it a go and writes ”I miss you” in her first message to Aidan.

Miranda meets a cute guy, aka ”Marathon Man,” in her running group and they arrange to go for a run together, which leads to a post-workout workout. Miranda is surprised when Marathon Man puts his tongue where no man has gone before. Charlotte has other things on her mind as she and Trey talk about having a baby. However, when she invites over a couple with three kids, the reality of parenting looks a little less appealing and Charlotte and Trey take a break from their attempts to procreate.

After 36 hours, Aidan still hasn’t responded and Carrie breaks down and calls him. She arranges for them to go out with Miranda and Steve. After dinner, she tells Aidan that she wants to get back together with him. Aidan says he can’t do the relationship thing. Undeterred, Carrie returns to his apartment later that night and tries to convince him to give her a second chance. Aidan finally just screams, ”You broke my heart” and Carrie runs home again.

Over at Miranda’s apartment, Marathon Man not so subtly tries to get Miranda to do some reciprocal licking, but she realizes she just can’t. At the next marathon training session, she races right past him. Samantha, who has been sleeping with MBA man, Warren, is turned off by his baby talk in bed. When she suggests he stop, Warren takes offense and storms out like the big baby he is. Speaking of babies, Charlotte and Trey decide that one baby will be okay and get back to work.

Back at Carrie’s place, Aidan shows up and without any words, the two have passionate sex. In the morning, Carrie tells him that she still loves him and wants to be his girlfriend, but Aidan says he needs to think about it. Later that day, Aidan returns and says, ”Ok, let’s give it a shot.”

”I don’t believe in email. I’m an old-fashioned gal. I prefer calling and hanging up.” – Carrie

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Episode 53, Ghost town

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When Miranda bumps into Steve, he announces that he’s opening up his own bar and invites her to the opening. Miranda feels conflicted as she was the one who had encouraged him to be so ambitious when they were in a relationship. Carrie also receives an invitation to the opening of ”Scout” and is shocked to read that Aidan is Steve’s ”silent partner.” That night, Miranda is awoken by strange sounds and thinks there’s a ghost in her building. Carrie is worried that the way she treated Aidan will haunt her the rest of her life. When she goes to Scout to thank Aidan for inviting her, Steve admits that it was he who invited her, not Aidan. Devastated, Carrie runs out before Aidan can see her.

Charlotte embarks on redecorating her and Trey’s apartment, but she’s thwarted by her mother-in-law Bunny’s domineering influence over Trey. Bunny and her decoys and dust ruffles haunt Charlotte. Charlotte stands up to Bunny and says she’s the new woman of the house, but Bunny says she’ll be around forever. After walking in on Trey and Charlotte in the act, Bunny is completely frazzled and Charlotte is freed of her ghost.

Meanwhile, Samantha is tiring of her relationship with Maria which is all about taking baths and talking about feelings. Samantha tells Maria she wants ”fireworks,” inspiring Maria to smash Samantha’s dinnerware. After a couple days, Maria returns with a gift: a ”strap-on.”

At the opening of Scout, Samantha tells Carrie and Miranda that she and Maria broke up, even after trying the ”strap-on.” Steve gives Miranda credit for the idea for the bar, and poof Miranda’s ghost is gone. However, Aidan barely acknowledges Carrie. Later, Carrie goes out back for a smoke and finds Aidan there. Though little is said, the atmosphere is intense and Carrie realizes that she’s more haunted than ever before.

”You call this a relationship?” – Maria
”Well, it’s tedious and the sex is dwindling, so from what I’ve heard, yes.” – Samantha

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Episode 52, What’s Sex Got to Do With It?

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 At drinks with the girls, Carrie announces that she has had a ”mind-blowing” orgasm with Ray. She confides that she usually doesn’t experience that kind of orgasm with someone she doesn’t love. She wonders: ”How much of sex is the connection?” Samantha has some news of her own: she is in a real ”relationship” — with Maria. She tells the girls that Maria has opened her eyes to the joys of ”making love” with an emotional connection.

Charlotte wonders why she can’t ”have the sex AND the relationship” with Trey. She worries that Trey will never ask her to move back in to their apartment, even though their sex life is going so well. After Trey asks Charlotte to ”measure his John Thomas,” Charlotte storms out of the apartment. But Trey shows up at Charlotte’s apartment the next day to ask her to move back in with him, and she accepts. Miranda, on the other hand, has sworn off sex. She says that she can’t cope with another bad date – she is on strike. Anyway, what is a man when you can have a relationship with a delicious eclair?

Carrie tries to bring her relationship with Ray up to speed with the sex, but whenever she tries to talk with Ray, he can’t seem to focus on anything other than his music, or getting her into bed. She decides that she is going to have to hold out for both: the mind-blowing sex AND the relationship.

”Your good friend has just taken a piece of cake out of the garbage and eaten it. You will probably need this information when you check me into the Betty Crocker Clinic.” – Miranda

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april 22, 2007

Episode 51, Defining Moments

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Carrie goes barhopping with Big and finds that their relationship as ”friends” has never been better. Charlotte and Trey are enjoying themselves as well – having steamy sex in coatrooms and other public places around the city. However, Charlotte starts to wonder where she and Trey are headed. Out on the town again with Big, Carrie is drawn to jazz musician Ray King, who flirts with her and gets her number. Big is noticeably annoyed and Carrie realizes they need to define their relationship.

Meanwhile, Miranda is a little freaked out when her date Doug pees in front of her the morning after their first night together. Miranda decides that she should go with the flow, and tries peeing with the door open herself. However, Doug takes the no-boundaries thing too far, subjecting Miranda to an ”open door dump” after which Miranda quickly dumps him.

At Charlotte’s gallery opening, Samantha meets Brazilian artist and lesbian, Maria. Maria, a ”relationship person” is attracted to Samantha, but Samantha says they should stick to being friends as she’s NOT a relationship person.

On Carrie’s first date with Ray King, they run into Big and his supermodel date, plus Samantha and Maria. Big is clearly being territorial about Carrie, and Samantha tells Big to ”back off.” At the end of the evening, Big is distant with Carrie, leaving her confused. Maria tells Samantha they can’t just be friends and Samantha decides to try being in a relationship with a woman. Carrie and Ray share a passionate goodbye kiss and Carrie ponders the notion that ”what ultimately defines a relationship is another relationship.”

”There isn’t enough wall space in NYC to hang all of my exes. Let me tell you – a lot of them were hung. – Samantha

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Episode 50, The Real Me

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Carrie faces a bit of an identity crisis when she’s asked to be in a big fashion charity show featuring both models and real people. Samantha, on the other hand, has no problem baring her body beautiful, and decides to have nude photographs taken, insisting they’re for herself, not for men. Utterly unaware of her sex appeal, Miranda is shocked when Dave, a guy from Crunch gym, tells her she’s sexy and asks her out.Carrie realizes we can see our friends perfectly, but we can’t seem to see ourselves clearly. After some convincing from her friends – and when she finds out she can keep the outfit – Carrie decides to be a ”model.” Meanwhile, Charlotte discovers that she has ”vulvodynia” and that she needs to take anti-depressants – not for her mind but for her vagina. The girls are surprised when Charlotte reveals that she’s never looked at herself up-close because she finds herself ugly down there. Miranda’s first date with Dave is a success and she starts enjoying feeling sexy. However, when she exhibits her self-confidence on their second date, Dave doesn’t respond. Samantha brings in her nude photo to be framed and is dismayed when the framer doesn’t react to her body.

On the night of the fashion show, Carrie is informed there’s been a wardrobe change and she has to wear a tiny pair of jeweled underwear. She freaks, but all done up and looking fabulous, Samantha assures her that she is a model. Carrie starts her walk down the runway only to fall flat on her face. Faced with a choice, Carrie gets back up and finishes her catwalk to cheers. Her act of bravery inspires the girls. Miranda confronts Dave about why he hasn’t called her and finds out he thinks she’s full of herself. Samantha’s night is made when a take-out delivery guy sees her photo and comments on her ”nice ass,” and Charlotte grabs a mirror and takes a good, hard look.

”Okay, so you’re not Heidi Klum, but you’re the ‘modeliest’ of the real people.” – Stanford

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Episode 49, The Agony and the ‘Ex’-tacy

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The girls get ready for a Saturday night out at an engagement party, but are dismayed when they see the invitation – it announces that the couple has ”Two souls, one thought.” After the party, Charlotte shows up at Trey’s apartment wanting to talk. When she includes ”sex life” under their list of problems, Trey tries to convince her otherwise. But instead of being convinced by Trey’s passionate advances, Charlotte ends up with an unpleasant surprise on her leg. At the coffee shop, the girls discuss the concept of ”soulmates.” Afterwards, Samantha spies a hot priest outside a church. The next day, she spends her afternoon masturbating to ”her priest.” Over drinks, the girls discuss masturbation fantasies, and Charlotte admits that recently she masturbates to only one man – Trey. Samantha takes some canned peas to her priest, but is disappointed when he tells her that his life is about ”other joys” than sex. Carrie wonders: ”Are soulmates a reality, or a torture device?”

Samantha decides to throw Carrie a ”fabulous lite” 35th birthday get-together at Il Cantinori. When all her friends are late, Carrie is left at a table for ten all alone. At the coffee shop, Carrie admits that while she was sitting alone at the table, she felt sad that she was 35 and had no special man in her life. Charlotte suggests that the girls could be each other’s soulmates – and men could just be in their lives for fun. Returning home, Carrie spots Big’s car. He’s brought her red balloons and champagne. They sit in his car and talk about ”soulmates.”

”If two people have only one thought between them, something is very wrong.” – Carrie

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Episode 48, Cock a Doodle Do!

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Samantha and Carrie are having trouble getting their beauty sleep. Samantha is bothered by the late-night cackling and ranting of the transsexual prostitutes outside her window, while Carrie is awakened a tad too early by roosters crowing on a nearby rooftop. Carrie and Miranda spot Steve and Aidan and their dogs at an outdoor cafe. They decide they can’t avoid interaction and approach their exes, only to discover they have new girlfriends. Carrie wonders if maybe everything isn’t the man’s fault, if maybe the problem is them. Carrie gets an even bigger wake-up call when Big rings her up and asks her to lunch at the Boathouse in Central Park. Carrie agrees to go and when she confides in Miranda, the friends have their first big fight. Miranda tells Carrie that it’s a huge mistake to see Big again and Carrie calls Miranda ”judgmental.” Miranda, who feels like she’s in a life rut, runs into Steve at her local Chinese restaurant. They have a nice friendly exchange, and Steve allays some of Miranda’s fears. Meanwhile, Charlotte, in her new-old single-girl apartment gets a 4am visit from Trey, who turns on the heat and manages to keep his Schooner going with Rebecca. After their sexy session, the couple has a real heart-to-heart about their marriage, but no decisions are made. Carrie calls Miranda before she meets Big and the girls make up. At the Boathouse, Carrie and Big fall into the pond and go back to Big’s place to dry off. Carrie says the two are like ”war buddies.” Big hints that Carrie can stay a while, but Carrie says ”It’s a good idea in theory, but somehow it doesn’t quite work.” She leaves. After some serious cat-fighting with the transsexuals, Samantha ends up inviting them, plus Carrie, Miranda, and Samantha, over for a roof party. The girls all get down, drink Flirtinis and try to stop obsessing.

”The ratio of women to men in this city is huge. All they have to do is sit outside, have a beer and wait for the Jessicas and Susans to come to them.” -Miranda

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Episode 47, What Goes Around Comes Around

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Increasingly depressed by Trey’s lack of libido, Charlotte finds some relief when she stumbles into the studly sweaty gardener at the McDougal country house. Carrie’s guilty conscience takes a beating when she’s rudely snubbed by Natasha in a restaurant. To top things off, Carrie gets mugged, losing her favorite pair of Manolo Blahniks. Carrie wonders if it isn’t all karma. Detective Stevens handles Carrie’s case but when Miranda shows up at the police station, the good-looking detective focuses all his attentions on Miranda. Meanwhile, Samantha tells Carrie that Natasha has left Big, causing Carrie to feel even more guilty and more determined to apologize to Natasha for wrecking their marriage. Samantha drags Carrie to a party given by a certain ”Sam Jones” — only to find out it’s a dorm party and this ”Sam Jones” is a college-aged virgin lad. Sam Jones falls hard for the more experienced Samantha and before Samantha knows it, she has made Sam a real man. Unfortunately, the enamored Sam becomes completely obsessed with Samantha, ultimately causing her to change her phone number. Back in the suburbs, on Charlotte’s second encounter with the gardener, the two share a secret kiss, unaware that Charlotte’s sister-in-law witnessed the embrace. Later that evening, the sister-in-law spills the beans to the whole McDougal clan. Trey says it’s acceptable for the two of them to lead separate lives while being married. Outraged, Charlotte says they should separate for a while and Trey responds, ”Alrighty.” Miranda, nervous that she isn’t good-looking enough for her detective date, gets drunker and drunker as the night goes on. She seduces the detective back in her apartment, but when she wakes up the next morning, she finds a note recommending she call her local AA. Carrie finally tracks down Natasha in a restaurant and expresses how deeply sorry she is about what she did. Natasha tells Carrie that not only has she ruined her marriage, she’s now ruined her lunch. Charlotte returns to the city and to her old apartment as a single woman.

Does a string of bad dates really equal one good one?” -Carrie

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Episode 46, Frenemies

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Just when things were looking lively for Miranda, her new date Will fails to show up for three hours. Determined to fight back against the injustice of this ”illegal dumping,” she calls Will’s home number and finds out that he is never going to show up — he died last night. Stunned, Miranda agrees to pay her respects at the wake where she finds a very cute, but very dead Will. But all hope is not lost. At the wake, Miranda hits it off with Jim, one of Carrie’s ex-boyfriends from years past. Carrie warns her that he’s a jerk, but Miranda agrees to meet him for a date anyway, only to find out for herself that he really is a jerk. Carrie teaches a seminar about meeting men to a packed crowd of incredibly cynical and frustrated New York women. After a few pointed questions from the audience (”Have you ever been married?”), the class realizes Carrie may have written a lot about men and relationships, but she’s still as clueless as the rest of them. Charlotte and Trey work on bringing ”Schooner” and ”Rebecca” into the harbor, but the wind never gets going. Over brunch the next morning, Charlotte tells the girls about her problems, and Samantha dishes out some raw sex advice which Charlotte finds offensive, but secretly useful. Meanwhile, while shopping for pashmina, Samantha finds her sexy, feisty clone, Claire Anne. They go out for a drink and meet two cute guys, but Claire Anne takes the sexual forwardness too far even for Samantha when she crawls under the table to get busy with one of the men. Meanwhile, on Samantha’s advice, Charlotte makes herself more sexy for Trey by wearing revealing lingerie and touching herself — it works! And for her second class, Carrie finds most of her students have dropped out. Instead of lecturing them, she decides to hit the bars and give them some real experience in the field.

”Are we getting wiser, or just older?” -Carrie

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