Sex and the City

1998
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Season 6 Part 2 episodes (8)

1 Let There Be Light
1/4/04
Carrie struggles to 'keep it light' after spending the night with Aleksandr (Mikhail Baryshnikov). Meanwhile, Charlotte volunteers to help others and finds herself in the dark; Miranda gives Robert elevator 'custody' after being confronted with some heavy words; and Samantha leaves Smith in the dark while she re-ignites a flame from her past.
2 The Ick Factor
1/11/04
Carrie wonders how many more old-fashioned romantic gestures from Aleksandr she can stomach. Meanwhile, Charlotte and Harry get sick from their own romantic French dinner; Miranda exchanges some important 'I don't's with Steve; and Samantha, romancing the notion of larger breasts, is given something more serious to swallow.
3 Catch-38
1/18/04
Carrie considers whether or not the ultimate accessory for many women--a child--will match her lifestyle. Meanwhile, Charlotte is thrilled to baby-sit for Brady; Miranda feels pressured to enjoy her 'get-away' with Steve; and Samantha, outraged by a comment about her lifestyle choices, gets a second opinion.
4 Out of the Frying Pan
1/25/04
Carrie is challenged by Aleksandr's preference for strong coffee--and for facing other bitter realities. Meanwhile, Charlotte runs to escape the pain of childlessness and bumps into a tiny bundle of joy; Miranda places a bid on more room for Brady's needs, at the expense of her own desires; and Samantha boldly embraces a new hairstyle.
5 The Cold War
2/1/04
Carrie avoids the cold weather with Aleksandr, but her friends don't warm up to him as easily. Meanwhile, Charlotte and her new 'baby' enjoy the spotlight despite the 'heat'; Miranda toasts her new home; and Samantha circulates a steamy video to counter a not-so-hot rumor.
6 Splat!
2/8/04
Carrie considers a foreign concept posed by Aleksandr--and watches the life she used to know fly out the window. Meanwhile, Charlotte jumps at a chance to use her maternal instincts; Miranda admits her concerns about Aleksandr; and Samantha catches her maid in a vibrator mix-up.
7 An American Girl in Paris, Part Une
2/15/04
Carrie moves to Paris with Aleksandr, but things quickly turn out not quite as she expected; Samantha delivers a heartfelt speech at a benefit for breast-cancer research; Charlotte and Harry continue their quest to adopt a child; and Big meets with Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda to make a major decision.
8 An American Girl in Paris, Part Deux
2/22/04
In the series finale, Carrie finds that life in Paris--and with Aleksandr--leaves her longing for the familiar faces of home. Meanwhile, Smith shows Samantha just how much he cares for her; Charlotte and Harry's adoption roller-coaster ride continues; and Miranda makes a tough decision to help Steve's ailing mother.

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Sarah Jessica Parker stars in HBO's hit series about a thirtysomething writer whose life and friendships are fodder for her weekly column.

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2.08K reviews
tracy smith
August 11, 2016
I never stop watching this show. I love all of the ladies because they connect in so many ways! I am like all of them & being single is bad, good & crazy. But being single from my sad past relationships gave me great sense of freedom & in hope of finding my "Mr. Big". Most of all the ladies taught me having true friends, family or soulmate are forever. BRAVA!
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Toni Marie
January 14, 2017
I love this show and the characters. The issues that they talked can be comparable in some situations, it was cringe worthy at times yet hilarious. I love watching this show it never gets old to me. It's too bad that they only did 6 seasons. I wish there were more episodes or that the cast would do a few reunion shows to tie in with the last 2 movies. I'm forever a fan
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Hey You
June 13, 2014
I feel like an anomaly; so many chicks I know dig this, but I rolled my eyes at it too much. I hate "chick flicks" and "chick lit" for the most part too, so there ya have it. I think those categories often limit the type of characters and writing that can appeal to women. I also hate shopping.
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