The Bon Jovi episode!! And Carrie is immediately the worst!! #1: In the beginning of the episode voice over, Carrie says the best thing about being out of a relationship is being able to catch up with friends. But what she really means is that she gets to constantly obsess over her breakup with Big. … Continue reading Season 2, Episode 13: Games People Play
HoooooooBoy this episode is jam packed with dysfunction junction. The title of the episode translates to The Exquisite Pain, which is just as on point as Carrie having to go to Denial by herself. Samatha’s PR firm is handling the opening of an S&M restaurant, which everyone attends. During drinks, Carrie decides to leave because … Continue reading Season 2, Episode 12: La Douleur Exquise!
Considering this is the episode before the whole Paris fiasco, Carrie seems (mostly) secure in her relationship, even though she shouldn't, because her relationship with Big is the worst, and so is she. Let's jump right in to the reasons. #1: At brunch with the girls, Carrie says she will pay for everyone and accidentally … Continue reading Season 2, Episode 11: Evolution
Okay I immediately have issues with this episode, so let’s not waste time exploring why Carrie Bradshaw is the worst. #1 - In Carrie’s voice-over at the beginning of the episode she says, “It’s easy for me to say I love you New York. It’s not so easy to say I love you Mr. Big. … Continue reading Season 2, Episode 10: The Caste System
Carrie is pawing at Big on the street but he still manages to check out other women. She wants to change this habit, of course. Charlotte’s new boyfriend is uncircumcised, which is a major turnoff for her. She may be a little superficial, but Carrie is still the worst. Why? I’m glad you asked. Reasons … Continue reading Season 2, Episode 9: Old Dogs, New Dicks
This episode is automatically in my top ten of all Sex and the City episodes because it introduces us to the awesomeness that is Steve Brady. But before we get to him... During a night on the town, Big finally introduces Carrie as his girlfriend and she’s never been happier. I mean the look on … Continue reading Season 2, Episode 8: The Man, the Myth, the Viagra
Even though I love this episode, I struggled to write about it. While Carrie is as insufferable as ever, Big is doing more than usual to beat that dead horse. Miranda has an interior designer who gets her a couch in the nick of time. Her friend Jeremy is coming to visit from London, and … Continue reading Season 2, Episode 7: The Chicken Dance
Carrie is keeping her reconciliation with Big a secret for reasons that, I assume, have to do with her being the worst. And here are some other reasons she's the worst. #1: She is out with her friends at Charlotte’s gallery opening. With Charlotte and Miranda already there with dates and Samantha seeing a man … Continue reading Season 2, Episode 6: The Cheating Curve
This is another episode that I dislike. Carrie, Charlotte and Samantha attend the funeral for a famous designer, Javier something or other (Miranda has better things to do. Literally. She’s buying an apartment). Charlotte’s hat blows off during the service and she runs after it and ends up meeting a guy who is visiting his … Continue reading Season 2, Episode 5: Four Women and a Funeral
We open the episode with Carrie and the girls out dancing at a salsa club and celebrating because they are all single at the same time. But is Samantha ever REALLY single? It is such a girls' night that Samantha shoots down the owner of the club when he hits on her. Shortly after, Carrie … Continue reading Season 2, Episode 4: They Shoot Single People, Don’t They?