Carrie is torn between sweet Aidan and exciting adulterous Big who wants to come out, but when Natasha returns early...
Synopsis: Charlotte is completely besotted with Trey, who she just met by accident but already considers him, her groom.
At a chic boat party Charlotte presents him to Carry, who is already tired of the meeting by fate story and bumps into Mr.
Carrie realizes only accepting to give a class on dating that she really doesn't know so much.Synopsis: Carrie feels guilty like hell about sleeping with Big behind Aidan's back, but re-offends when he's out of state; while Big announces he wants to leave his wife for her, she looses Aidan's dog Pete.Charlotte's engagement-bliss whithers when Trey's family's 'standard' prenuptial appears.Just after boasting how much better life is without a steady man, Sam experiences it's no fun being single with the flu.Miranda is very happy with a young new colleague, having a one nightstand followed by long-term phone-love as he returns to Chicago- till she finds out...
Synopsis: Charlotte's wedding planning panic is easily solved when Sam refers her to gay stylist Anthony Marantino, 'the Italian mother she never had'.
Paranoid Miranda worries about a 'scary' man in a restaurant's sandwich-suit saying "eat me" in a 'woman-unfriendly way'.
When Samantha finally meets her male sexual counterpart Tom Reymi, eagerness to 'do it' in his swing makes her overcome an old pathological fear for aids-tests.
In the series finale, Carrie grows restless in Paris; Steve's mother (Anne Meara) becomes disoriented; Charlotte gets news from China; and chemo compromises Sam's libido.
Synopsis: Columnist Carrie Bradshaw introduces her narrative style by a short story about a British girl who thought the Manhattan manner would be the same.
Characters and extras on screen do some of the philosophizing about modern sex life and the life of both sexes she usually does off-screen in her column-style.