In her mind New York had too many men and too little time…
If there ever was Queen of Single-town, it would be our Samantha.
When the girls are with Charlotte being fitted for bridesmaid's dresses in Vera Wang, shots of Carrie alternate between her black bra straps showing from under her strapless dress, and no straps visible.
Somewhere out there is another little freak, who will love us, understand us, and kiss our three heads and make it all better.” “No matter who broke your heart, or how long it takes to heal, you’ll never get through it without your friends,” – Carrie Bradshaw.
When Miranda tries multi-dating, she quickly finds nobody wants a lawyer, while her same physique appeals as a "stewardess".
In the episode, “Pick-A-Little, Talk-A-Little”, Miranda asks Carrie’s then boyfriend, Jack Berger, to analyse the post-date behaviour of a potential love interest. Charlotte, in the throws of divorcing her ‘perfect’ husband, meets lawyer Harry Goldenblatt.
Because the man declined Miranda’s invitation to come up to her apartment after the date, stating that he has an early meeting, Berger concludes, “He’s just not that into you”, adding, “When a guy’s really into you, he’s coming upstairs, meeting or no meeting.” No excuses, if he likes you, he’ll make it happen! He is everything that Charlotte shouldn’t want in a partner: bald, hairy, overweight, crude, and very sweaty. What begins as a rebound suddenly becomes much more serious. He may not be a hotshot lawyer like she’s used to dating, but he is kind, warm, and makes her laugh. The moral here is to write down that list of everything you want in a man – then tear it up!
How about those fabulous outfits that Carrie never could have afforded on her writer’s salary in a million years?
And all the amazing quotes that Samantha dryly delivered?Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment. Big, or getting irritated by Carrie’s selfishness or Miranda’s bluntness, to the very real emotions we feel for Charlotte during her baby struggles, or the laughs uttered at some of the idiots they date, what are the biggest lessons we can take from Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha, and all of their experiences?If they don’t like you for who you are (or what you do) – that’s their problem.There is absolutely nothing wrong with women being the breadwinner in the relationship. It’s all about you accepting his flaws and him accepting yours.Once Charlotte is done trying to change him to suit her image of what a man should be, she accepts him for who he is, hairy back and all, and they are married. What should be your ideal mate on paper, isn’t often the case.