The all-time best episodes of 'Sex and the City'
Carrie precariously joins Aidan on a trip to the Country. I don't blame her. With her love for high heels and fancy couture, the country isn't for either of us.
BONUS: hijinks ensue between Aidan and Big.
Carrie can't sleep because the chickens are crowing all night long on the roof next door. Samantha can't sleep because the drag queens in her neighborhood keep crowing too.
BONUS: The girls throw a roof-top party fit for Summer.
Nathan Lane guest stars, gets engaged and a wedding takes place... in the Hamptons!
BONUS: Charlotte finally falls in love with Harry. Samantha explodes at Richard's villa, some "violence" involved that will certainly make you crack up.
Carrie loves her city more than any man. If he can't respect that, she can't be with him. PLUS, Big is moving away from New York City to the Napa Valley?
BONUS: This episode makes you both appreciate and have a deeper love for the city that is New York. Also, Big and Carrie share a dance to Moon River, on vinyl. Classic.
- Mean girls are taking over the city and they're 14?! Samantha has to work PR for a super-spoiled teenager's birthday party. BONUS: Seeing a more playful, young side of Carrie with her new boy-toy and razor scooter antics.
- Carrie gets broken up with on a post-it note? Hopefully enough men watched this to know how much of a no-no that is. So cold. You really feel for Carrie in this one. BONUS: Carrie, infuriatingly pissed off, is determined not to make the day 'the day she got broke up with a post-it.' You get to see her tell off her ex's bewildered friends about how they shouldn't treat women this way. Also, she gets busted for smoking a doobie. Yes. A doobie.
To me these two episodes were the most fun (and ultimately) my favorites to watch. The fashion is of a higher grade, the fabulousness reaches heights of unimagined greatness. Carrie. Paris. That's All!
BONUS: Big finally comes after Carrie, like a fairy tale. The prince is saving his damsel in distress.
However, since this is a "best of" post. I did manage to select a few episodes that struck a chord with me or just plain stuck out as good.