History Series / SexAndTheCity

7th May '16 6:07:15 PM rjd1922
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* AccidentalInnuendo: In "A Woman's Right To Shoes," Charlotte says she's having a "teabag situation" with Harry. Samantha thinks she's referring to a particular sex act, but Charlotte just meant that Harry kept leaving used teabags around and staining her furniture.

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* AccidentalInnuendo: ThatCameOutWrong: In "A Woman's Right To Shoes," Charlotte says she's having a "teabag situation" with Harry. Samantha thinks she's referring to a particular sex act, but Charlotte just meant that Harry kept leaving used teabags around and staining her furniture.
7th May '16 6:06:57 PM rjd1922
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* AccidentalInnuendo: In "A Woman's Right To Shoes," Charlotte says she's having a "teabag situation" with Harry. Samantha thinks she's referring to a particular sex act, but Charlotte just meant that Harry kept leaving used teabags around and staining her furniture.
24th Dec '15 12:42:11 AM ginger-spice
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** Inverted in an episode where Carrie dates a bisexual man. She ends up playing SpinTheBottle at a party and kissing a girl (played by AlanisMorissette). She soon starts to question her own sexuality. In a conversation about sexual orientation with the girls, Charlotte admits that she only believes people are gay or straight with no in-between.


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* SmokingIsCool: Carrie is seen smoking A LOT, especially in the first few seasons (she quits a few times, but it's never permanent). And given how many fans idolize her, everything she does looks so cool.
** Inverted in an episode where she appears on the cover of New York magazine, using a picture of her holding a cigarette that makes the normally beautiful Carrie Bradshaw look like utter trailer trash. The cover reads, "[[https://michaelsunsolicitedadvice.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/cbnewyorkmag2.jpg Single & Fabulous?]]"
24th Dec '15 12:03:26 AM ginger-spice
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** Funny enough, once she realizes the guy she is dating is too big, she mentions that she misses the guy who was too small, much to Carrie's surprise.
22nd Dec '15 6:30:33 PM Austin
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** Carrie has a few moments where she could be considered a horrible friend. She kicks Samantha out of her room ''while she's taking a bath'' and shoves her off into another room down the hall just so she can have sex with Big. When Samantha gets a chemical peel and ends up burning off a layer of her face, she still attends Carrie's book release party, but all Carrie can do is mock her appearance! She also yells at Charlotte for not giving her money although she spent it all on shoes, never listens to her friends when they talk about their personal lives and can come off a bit stalker-ish when it comes to Big, spying on he and his mother when they go to church. Not to mention breaking Aidan's heart ''twice.'' Carrie can be a bit judgmental of Samantha's sex life, as well.
** Also, in the second movie, she starts a fight with Big because ''he bought her a television.'' Seriously.
** Miranda has her moments too--she can be quite horrible to some of her boyfriends. In particular, she dumps Skipper, then decides she wants him back the second that she sees that he's happy with someone else. After they sleep together, she decides this is the perfect time to tell him she doesn't want to be monogamous. When he rightfully gets angry and tells her off, declaring that he's sick of her jerking him around, she reacts with astonishment and tells him he's overreacting. She blasted Carrie for constantly letting Big do this to her, yet is completely oblivious to the fact that she's done it to someone else.
12th Nov '15 2:17:22 PM kryz
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** Sometimes, particularly later on in the show's run, a surprise return of Big or Aiden after a multi-episode absence is prematurely revealed to anyone who knows the names of the actors playing those characters. Presumably a contractual condition, their names appear in those episodes' "Guest Starring" credits immediately after the opening titles instead of during the end credits.
6th Oct '15 4:26:11 AM roldarryl
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* CampGay: Stanford and Anthony.

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* CampGay: Stanford and Anthony. They get married in TheMovie.
7th Sep '15 2:53:49 PM Tianzi
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* MayDecemberRomance: Particularly Samantha (in her forties) and Smith (in his early twenties), though it's very down-played trope. Which made for some episodes of her being self-conscious. When she starts finding gray hairs (and not on her head), she worries that he'll stop thinking of her as an "older" woman and start thinking of her as an "old" woman.

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* MayDecemberRomance: Particularly MayDecemberRomance:
**Particularly
Samantha (in her forties) and Smith (in his early twenties), (28), though it's very down-played trope. Which made for some episodes of her being self-conscious. When she starts finding gray hairs (and not on her head), she worries that he'll stop thinking of her as an "older" woman and start thinking of her as an "old" woman.woman.
** Big and Natasha have a similar age difference, but thanks to DoubleStandard Natasha's youth is played against ''Carrie's'' (who is herself good ten years younger than Big) age. Although Carrie still snarks about "Big marrying a teenager".



* OldMaid: All the girls, but they still get laid a lot and find guys all the time. The main overriding concern is whether they'll find someone to stay with- or whether this is something they even want.

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* OldMaid: All the girls, girls except for Samantha face thoughts of becoming them or already being them, but they still get laid a lot and find guys all the time. The main overriding concern is whether they'll find someone to stay with- or with (or whether this is something they even want.want). Charlotte is especially worried about this label, even when she technically is a divorced woman.
6th Aug '15 6:22:50 AM aft85
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** When Charlotte finds out about Carrie's affair with a married man, she is ''pissed''. Especially because she herself is married, and wanted Carrie to imagine how Charlotte would feel if she found out her husband was cheating on her. Also when Carrie is low on money and needs some assistance, Miranda and Samantha offer some money to lend, but Charlotte instead points out that Carrie is almost 40 and maybe should be more focused on her responsibilities first before shoes and parties.

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** When Charlotte finds out about Carrie's affair with a married man, she is ''pissed''. Especially because she herself is married, and wanted Carrie to imagine how Charlotte would feel if she found out her husband was cheating on her. Also
***Carrie eventually gets called out by Natasha in 'What-Goes-Around, Comes-Around, when she tries to apologise to Natasha over lunch, but Natasha instead hammers home the point that she ruined her marriage.
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when Carrie is low on money and needs some assistance, Miranda and Samantha offer some money to lend, but Charlotte instead points out that Carrie is almost 40 and maybe should be more focused on her responsibilities first before shoes and parties.
30th Jul '15 5:37:45 AM XFllo
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* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: The end of the first movie has Samantha turning ''50'', and she's still got some ChristmasCake left in her. Additionally, throughout the series, despite being the oldest of the group, she is also the most experienced and [[ReallyGetsAround promiscuous]] and [[HelloNurse never has any trouble attracting men]].

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* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: The end of the first movie has Samantha turning ''50'', and she's still got some ChristmasCake much hotness left in her. Additionally, throughout the series, despite being the oldest of the group, she is also the most experienced and [[ReallyGetsAround promiscuous]] and [[HelloNurse never has any trouble attracting men]].
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