Season 5, Episode 3 Another vacation episode, but this one has more heart. And we get a few shopping scenes with the always delightful Bunny MacDougal. Thrillist Serves. The episode gets such a high score simply for including all the girls singing a rousing chorus of "Memories" in a crowded bar.
Miranda has her kid and names him Brady Hobbes but no one ever explains whether his name becomes Brady Brady when Miranda and Steve get married! Miranda deals with the etiquette around dating with a newborn. Oh, the finale of season two… Miranda reunites with Steve.
Every intimate scene in the show is notable, but you can't beat the one where Sookie Anna Paquin and Eric Alexander Skarsgard have sex in a snowy wonderland while covered in fur. Samantha gets nude photos taken, Charlotte musters up the courage to look at her vulva in a hand mirror, and Miranda gets hit on at the gym.
The girls continue their race into the 21st century by discovering that butt stuff is now on the table. She is really insecure about wearing them as an adult and ends up in many scenarios that are really funny. Share Share Tweet Email 0.
It's time to rank the 25 best episodes! Plus, this is the episode when Carrie finds out Big now has a girlfriend in her twenties who is so beautiful and perfect it could make anyone puke—including Carrie, who actually pukes.
Yes, they really went there. Manhattan socialite Lexi Featherston played far too convincingly by Kristen Johnston complains at a party that she's so bored that she could die, before falling out an open window and plunging to her death. Season 4, Episode 8 Charlotte struggles adapting to life as a housewife, Samantha tries out every sexual position physically possible, and Carrie's laptop crashes, but all of this is dragged into perspective when Miranda's mother dies.
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.