After a falling out with Big, Carrie tries desperately to break her dating pattern by attempting to get serious with a friend with benefits. Please login to access downloadable assets from The Lede Request an account. Season 3, Episode 9 Carrie and Big's affair begins after she runs into he and Natasha at Aidan's furniture show, and it's immediately clear the newly married couple are longer in wedded bliss.
This episode encapsulates that perfectly. And Samantha is torturing herself through an infatuation with a celibate yoga instructor.
Same, Aidan. This is the woman who stalked Big and his mother at church in season one. Samantha oversteps what is appropriate when she gropes her masseuse, after she finds out that he goes down on his clients, in a problematic storyline that would hopefully never fly in the MeToo era.
She refuses a loan from Big as a matter of pride, but sees nothing wrong with haranguing jobless, mid-divorce Charlotte for cash. What about us?
This brings all four main characters together, and also helps Samantha regain her momentarily lost orgasm. Charlotte's gallery scores a big hit with the works of the artist Baird Johnson, rare even for New Yorkers' almost un-shockable standards: drag kings, women completely dressed-up as men; Baird, himself a gentleman, even gets conservative WASP lady Charlotte to pose for him, his way.
Carrie is miserable and lonely in Paris, as Alexander continues to flake on their plans or disregard hers, and his ex-wife warns her that his relationships come secondary to his art. In a twist of events, she miscarries and they lose the baby. This episode yields some valuable insight about orgasm-fakeage.
At the end of the episode they eventually patch things up and things seem to be okay between the trio.
Season 3, Episode 12 This is an action-packed episode in an action-packed season that shines a light on the lies often told in relationships. And then she wonders where Big is. Enter the email address you registered with and we will send you a link to reset your password.
The episode title comes from the New York Post headline the next day, "Splat! Season 4, Episode 2 Carrie is enlisted to do a runway show as one of the 'real people' and ends up dating a photographer she meets at a fitting. Then, Carrie and the girls throw a barbecue.