The devastation comes when Carrie finally reveals her affair with Big to her boyfriend Aidan. He tells the women, "You three know her better than anyone, you're the loves of her life. This is the precarious question this classic episode poses, as the women try to find a clear answer through murky waters.
In all, a decent grab bag of mid-season Sex and the City action. Read More. Maybe they just need to run free until they find someone just as wild to run with.
Do they even have trains there? Parents Guide. Maybe companionship is what we need most in the end. Carrie goes on a binge and meets drunk dude Jake Bradley Cooper!
Carrie is distracted by yet another Big-related stalking mission: she decides to crash mass at his church in a deranged attempt to meet his mom. At some point between these bizarre subplots, Carrie and Miranda catch Aidan and Steve out with new girlfriends. Embarassingly enough, they were not and she was totally insecure.
If you're in the mood for an episode that provides the real tea, this is surely the one to do it. This shows her loyalty to her friendships despite her lover being what she truly desires. Miranda has an STD.
Carrie is distracted by yet another Big-related stalking mission: she decides to crash mass at his church in a deranged attempt to meet his mom. Anthony callously rejects Stanford, setting the scene for a series-long rivalry. Even the jokes in this episode Steve insisting on Hallmark channel intimacy, Brady catching Charlotte and Harry in the act rely heavily on the cringe factor, making it pretty unusual.
Carrie being awoken by a crowing rooster in the middle of Manhattan is also pure New York craziness.