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Sex and the City: Episode Profiles

101. "Sex and the City" June 6, 1998
Directed by: Susan Seidelman, Written by: Darren Star

Carrie has several encounters with Mr. Big. Miranda starts dating Skipper Johnston. Charlotte goes on a date with Capote Duncan, but when she tells him she won't go home with him, he goes to a club and winds up going home with Samantha.

102. "Models and Mortals" June 14, 1998
Directed by: Alison Maclean, Written by: Darren Star

After Miranda and Skipper bump into each other at the convenience store, they sleep together for the first time. Carrie interviews Barkley, a modelizer who videotapes his conquests. Derek, a male model, spends the night with Carrie after a fashion show, although they don't sleep together. Samantha chases Barkley while at a fashion show, in order to be taped.

103. "Bay of Married Pigs" June 21, 1998
Directed by: Nicole Holofcener, Written by: Darren Star

Carrie is invited to go up to their Hamptons beach house by Patience and Peter, but in the morning she bumps into Peter in the hall without his underwear on. Some friends introduce her to Sean, 'The Marrying Guy'. Miranda's colleague from work, Jeff, introduces her to a lesbian, Sid, at a baseball game, and they are invited to her senior partner's dinner party.

104. "Valley of the Twenty Something Guys" June 28, 1998
Directed by: Alison Maclean, Written by: Michael Patrick King
Mr. Big and Carrie continue to bump into each other during social events, which leads them to try to organize their first "drink thing". Carrie meets twenty-something Sam for a fling, which turns out not to be so glamorous.

105. "The Power of Female Sex" July 5, 1998
Directed by: Susan Seidelman, Written by: Jenji Kohan

Carrie bumps into Amalita and Carlo in a shoe store, who in turn introduce her to a French Architect, Gilles. He leaves Carrie $1,000 after a one-night stand. Charlotte meets Neville Morgan, a renowned artist, who paints pictures of her vagina for his latest exhibition.

106. "Secret Sex" July 12, 1998
Directed by: Michael Fields, Written by: Darren Star

Carrie and Mr. Big have their first official "date", but Carrie suspects Mr. Big is keeping her secret from his social circle. Miranda dates a man from her gym class, but she discovers a spanking video in Ted's apartment.

107. "The Monogamists" July 19, 1998
Directed by: Darren Star, Written by: Darren Star
Carrie and Mr. Big begin dating on a regular basis, but she learns after bumping into him that he is dating other women. Samantha begins to look for an apartment to purchase.

108. "Three's a Crowd" July 26, 1998
Directed by: Nicole Holofcener, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie finds out that Big was married once, and that he had a threesome. Charlotte's boyfriend wants to have a threesome. Miranda feels left out because she's never been "threesome material", so she responds to a classified ad to validate her sexual appeal. Samantha becomes involved with a married man, and his wife offers to have a threesome to keep the marriage together, which Samantha declines.

109. "The Turtle and the Hare" August 2, 1998
Directed by: Michael Fields, Written by: Nicole Avril, Sue Kolinsky

Carrie is unhappy when Mr. Big tells her that he never wants to get married again. Stanford Blatch proposes to her in order to inherit his part of the family fortune. Charlotte becomes addicted to a rabbit vibrator called "The Rabbit".

110. "The Baby Shower" August 9, 1998
Directed by: Susan Seidelman, Written by: Terri Minsky

The four women attend a baby shower, which prompts Carrie to think about motherhood. Samantha throws a "no-baby shower" in response to the one the four women attended.

111. "The Drought" August 16, 1998
Directed by: Matthew Harrison, Written by: Michael Green, Michael Patrick King

Carrie's relationship with Mr. Big has been going on for long enough that it is becoming less physical. Charlotte is dating a man who isn't interested in sex anymore. Samantha discovers that not having sex can be erotic. Miranda realizes that she hasn't had sex for months.

112 "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" August 23, 1998
Directed by: Matthew Harrison, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie realizes her relationship with Mr. Big is one-sided and breaks up with him. Miranda dates a strict catholic. Samantha falls in love with a perfect man, but he doesn't measure up to her requirements. Charlotte gets psychic readings to see if she'll ever marry.

201. "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" June 6, 1999
Directed by: Allen Coulter, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie meets "the new Yankee," Joe, at a baseball game. Miranda gets fed up with the girls always talking about men. Samantha gets frustrated with James, who has a tiny penis. Charlotte dates a guy who has a tendency to scratch his crotch.

202. "The Awful Truth" June 13, 1999
Directed by: Allen Coulter, Written by: Darren Star

Carrie accidentally suggests that her friend Susan Sharon leave her husband. Miranda builds up the courage to talk dirty in bed. Charlotte tries to replace the perfect man with the perfect dog. Samantha gets dragged to couples' therapy with James.

203. "The Freak Show" June 20, 1999
Directed by: Allen Coulter, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie turns freakish herself after dating a string of freaky guys. Miranda dates "Manhattan Guy," a guy who hasn't left Manhattan in 10 years. Charlotte dates "Mr. Pussy" and tries to make a real relationship out of it. Samantha decides to get plastic surgery.

204. "They Shoot Single People, Don't They?" June 27, 1999
Directed by: Allen Coulter, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie gets a horrible photo taken for the cover of New York Magazine. Miranda fakes orgasms with her current boyfriend. Charlotte starts dating her handy-man. Samantha dates a club owner who calls them a "we" right away.

205. "Four Women and a Funeral" July 4, 1999
Directed by: Allen Coulter, Written by: Jenny Bicks
Carrie starts seeing Mr. Big again. Miranda buys her own apartment on the Upper West Side. Charlotte meets a recent widower at a cemetery. Samantha's actions gets her into trouble with New York high society.

206. "The Cheating Curve" July 11, 1999
Directed by: John David Coles, Written by: Darren Star, Paintings by Sally Davies

Carrie starts to "officially" date Mr. Big again. Miranda dates a guy who insists on watching porn while they have sex. Charlotte spends time with her new friends, the "Power Lesbians." Samantha starts dating her gym instructor who "brands her" with a lightning bolt.

207. "The Chicken Dance" July 18, 1999
Directed by: Victoria Hochberg, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie gets fed up with Big's inability to pay attention to her. Miranda inadvertently sets her interior designer up with her friend, and they get married. Charlotte has a "warp speed" relationship with a guy she meets at the wedding. Samantha sleeps with a guy, then realizes they had sex 15 years ago.

208 "The Man, The Myth, The Viagra" July 25, 1999
Directed by: Victoria Hochberg, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie tries to get Big to meet the girls. Miranda meets Steve Brady, a bartender. Samantha dates an incredibly wealthy man in his 70's.

209. "Old Dogs, New Dicks" August 1, 1999
Directed by: Alan Taylor, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie tries to get Big to stop checking out other women when they're together. Miranda and Steve's opposite schedules become a problem. Charlotte dates an uncircumcised man. Samantha runs into an old boyfriend who is now a drag queen named Samantha.

210. "The Caste System" August 8, 1999
Directed by: Allison Anders, Written by: Darren Star

Carrie gets fed up with high society while at an Upper East Side party with Big. Miranda and Steve have an argument over money and social status. Charlotte meets Wyle Ford, the movie star. Samantha dates a man with a Southeast Asian live-in servant.

211. "Evolution" August 15, 1999
Directed by: Pam Thomas, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie tries to leave her mark at Big's place by leaving some feminine items behind. Miranda finds out that one of her ovaries has stopped producing eggs. Charlotte dates a pastry chef who she thought was gay. Samantha tries to get revenge on Dominic, her ex.

212. "La Douleur Exquise!" August 22, 1999
Directed by: Allison Anders, Written by: Ollie Levy, Michael Patrick King

Carrie is horrified when Big casually tells her he's moving to Paris for six months. Miranda dates a man who only wants to have sex in places where they might get caught. Charlotte meets Buster, a shoe salesman who has a shoe fetish. Samantha introduces the girls to a hot new S&M restaurant.

213. "Games People Play" August 29, 1999
Directed by: Michael Spiller, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie starts going to therapy after obsessing about Big for too long. Miranda flashes her across the shaft neighbor. Charlotte joins a bridge club to meet a "nice boy." Samantha dates a sports fanatic whose mood depends on who won the game that night.

214. "The Fuck Buddy" September 5, 1999
Directed by: Alan Taylor, Written by: Darren Star

Carrie tries to make a relationship with her "fuck buddy." Miranda dates a mean, condescending lawyer. Charlotte double-books dates with two guys on the same night. Samantha overhears the couple moaning next door, and decides to outdo them.

215. "Shortcomings" September 12, 1999
Directed by: Dan Algrant, Written by: Terri Minsky

Carrie dates an author who has a premature ejaculation problem. Miranda dates a divorced father who has a son. Charlotte's brother Wesley stays with her after his wife leaves him. Samantha gives Charlotte's brother what he really needs: sex.

216. "Was It Good For You?" September 19, 1999
Directed by: Dan Algrant, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie dates a recovering alcoholic who becomes obsessed with her. Miranda furnishes her new apartment. Charlotte is determined to learn how to have good sex after her partner falls asleep on her. Samantha gets an offer to have a threesome with two gay friends.

217. "Twenty-Something Girls vs. Thirty-Something Women" September 26, 1999
Directed by: Darren Star, Written by: Darren Star

Carrie runs into Mr. Big and his new girlfriend, Natasha, at a Hamptons party. Miranda tries to have some mature fun in the Hamptons. Charlotte pretends to be in her 20's so she can date a 26-year-old. Samantha's ex-assistant throws a big Hamptons party using her Rolodex as the guest list.

218. "Ex and the City" October 3, 1999
Directed by: Michael Patrick King, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie freaks out when Big tells her he's engaged. Miranda sleeps with Steve for the first time after their breakup. Charlotte tries to overcome her fear of horseback riding. Samantha dates a guy who's too well-endowed.

301. "Where There's Smoke..." June 4, 2000
Directed by: Michael Patrick King, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie meets a politician at a FDNY calendar benefit. Miranda gets help from Steve after she undergoes LASIK eye surgery. Charlotte begins searching for a "prince charming" to marry. Samantha dates a fireman she meets in Staten Island.

302. "Politically Erect" June 11, 2000
Directed by: Michael Patrick King, Written by: Darren Star

Carrie continues dating her politician beau. Miranda doesn't know how to respond when Steve asks her to "go steady". Charlotte throws a "used date" party to find a new man. Samantha dates a short man who shops at the Boy's Department in Bloomingdales.

303. "Attack of the Five Foot Ten Woman" June 18, 2000
Directed by: Pam Thomas, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie must confront her past with Big when she runs into Natasha, Big's wife. Miranda hires Magda, an Eastern European maid with very traditional values. Charlotte deals with some of her body issues at a spa. Samantha gets banned from Helena Rubenstein when she gets physical with a masseur.

304. "Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl..." June 25, 2000
Directed by: Pam Thomas, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie dates a man who's an open bisexual. Miranda deals with personal issues when Steve proposes moving in with her. Charlotte poses as a drag king for an artist at her gallery. Samantha butts heads with her new twenty-something male assistant.

305. "No Ifs, Ands or Butts" July 9, 2000
Directed by: Nicole Holofcener, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie's smoking becomes a problem when she goes on her first date with Aidan Shaw. Miranda makes more time for Steve in her life. Charlotte dates the worst kisser she's ever met. Samantha dates a black man whose sister is racist.

306. "Are We Sluts?" July 16, 2000
Directed by: Nicole Holofcener, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie wants to sleep with Aidan, but he's reluctant to rush into a physical relationship. Miranda discovers she has chlamydia and has to inform her past sexual partners. Charlottes's new boyfriend calls her names during sex. Samantha's neighbors disapprove of her sex life after a late night visitor lets in a burglar.

307. "Drama Queens" July 23, 2000
Directed by: Allison Anders, Written by: Darren Star

Carrie obsesses about her perfect relationship when Aidan suggests she meet his parents. Miranda enjoys intimacy with Steve. Charlotte gets upset when a married friend won't set her up with his bachelor buddy. Samantha tries Viagra while sleeping with a doctor.

308. "The Big Time" July 30, 2000
Directed by: Allison Anders, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie runs into Big who confesses that he misses her and can't stop thinking about her. Miranda gets annoyed with Steve's childish habits when he suggests they have a baby together. Charlotte falls in love with Trey after only a few weeks of dating and is convinced he's The One. Samantha believes she's hit menopause when her period is a week late.

309. "Easy Come, Easy Go" August 6, 2000
Directed by: Charles McDougall, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Big tells Carrie that he's leaving his wife. Miranda deals with her break up and Steve moving out of the apartment. After meeting Trey's mother, Charlotte proposes. Samantha dates a man with "funky spunk".

310. "All or Nothing" August 13, 2000
Directed by: Charles McDougall, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie feels guilty and wants to quit her affair with Big. Miranda has phone sex with a co-worker from Chicago. Charlotte negotiates the terms of a prenuptial agreement with Trey's mother, Bunny. After celebrating her move to the new apartment in the Meatpacking District, Samantha's flu gives her a pessimistic outlook on life.

311. "Running with Scissors" August 20, 2000
Directed by: Dennis Erdman, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie continues her affair with Big, even after Charlotte finds out. Miranda tries to get Carrie to end her affair. Charlotte hires Anthony Marentino to help her find the perfect wedding dress. Samantha meets the "male Samantha", but he refuses to sleep with her because she hasn't had an HIV test.

312. "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" August 27, 2000
Directed by: Dan Algrant, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie struggles to find the right time to tell Aidan about her affair. Miranda tells a guy she's a stewardess in hopes of getting a date. Charlotte marries Trey MacDougal. Samantha sleeps with Trey's Scottish cousin, despite being unable to understand him.

313. "Escape from New York" September 10, 2000
Directed by: John David Coles, Written by: Becky Hartman Edwards, Michael Patrick King

Carrie meets with Matthew McConaughey in LA to talk about optioning her columns to make a movie. Miranda wrestles with the level of open sexuality in Los Angeles. Charlotte deals with Trey's impotence problem. Samantha meets a dildo model.

314. "Sex and Another City" September 17, 2000
Directed by: John David Coles, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie meets a publicity agent for celebrities who shows her the perks of LA. Miranda meets an old friend from New York who's lost his edge. Charlotte comes to LA after getting fed up with Trey. Samantha meets her idol, Hugh Hefner, and gets the girls invited to a party at the Playboy Mansion.

315. "Hot Child in the City" September 24, 2000
Directed by: Michael Spiller, Written by: Allan Heinberg

Carrie dates a comic book store owner who still lives with his parents. Miranda gets braces. Charlotte is shocked when she catches Trey masturbating. Samantha's latest client is a 13-year-old Jewish-American princess.

316. "Frenemies" October 1, 2000
Directed by: Michael Spiller, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie teaches at The Learning Annex. Miranda dates one of Carrie's ex-boyfriends whom she meets at a funeral. Charlotte gets sexually frustrated with her sex-life with Trey. Samantha gets in a fight with Charlotte about her attitude toward sex.

317. "What Goes Around Comes Around" October 8, 2000
Directed by: Allen Coulter, Written by: Darren Star

Carrie decides she needs to talk with Natasha about her affair with Big. Miranda dates a gorgeous NYPD detective and becomes self-conscious over her looks. Charlotte and Trey decide to separate. Samantha meets another Sam Jones, who turns out to be an NYU student.

318. "Cock-a-Doodle-Do" October 15, 2000
Directed by: Allen Coulter, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie meets Big for the first time since his marriage ended. Miranda gets frustrated when the Chinese take-out girl mocks her. Charlotte moves back into her old apartment and gets a surprise visit from Trey in the middle of the night. Samantha has problems with some transexual prostitutes who are loitering outside her apartment.

401. "The Agony and the 'Ex'-tacy" June 3, 2001
Directed by: Michael Patrick King, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie thinks about men and the future when no one shows up for her birthday party. Miranda confronts her married friends about her single life. Charlotte tries to deal with her separation from Trey. Samantha tries to seduce a celibate monk.

402. "The Real Me" June 3, 2001
Directed by: Michael Patrick King, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie gets invited to be a celebrity guest in a fashion show. Miranda gets a lesson in confidence when a guy at the gym asks her out. Charlotte gets the courage to look at herself in a hand-mirror. Samantha immortalizes herself by having nude photographs taken.

403. "Defining Moments" June 10, 2001
Directed by: Allen Coulter, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie meets a jazzman while on a pseudo-date with Big. Miranda tries to get more comfortable using the bathroom in front of her date. Charlotte finds out that Trey only wants to have sex in places where they can get caught. Samantha meets Maria, a lesbian painter, at Charlotte's gallery, and questions her own sexuality.

404. "What's Sex Got to Do with It?" June 17, 2001
Directed by: Allen Coulter, Written by: Nicole Avril

Carrie continues to date Ray King, the jazzman, but finds he has an ADD problem. Miranda substitutes chocolate for sex. Charlotte deals with Trey getting a little too overconfident in bed. Samantha tells the girls she's dating Maria.

405. "Ghost Town" June 24, 2001
Directed by: Michael Spiller, Written by: Allan Heinberg

Carrie gets an invitation to the opening of Steve and Aidan's new bar, Scout. Miranda thinks she has a ghost in her apartment building. Charlotte butts heads with Trey's mother, Bunny. Samantha's girlfriend Maria gets fed up with the men from Samantha's past.

406. "Baby, Talk Is Cheap" July 1, 2001
Directed by: Michael Spiller, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie realizes she wants to get back together with Aidan. Miranda gets an unexpected surprise when she sleeps with "marathon man". Charlotte and Trey decide to start trying to have a baby. Samantha uses fake nipples to lure in a "baby-talker".

407. "Time and Punishment" July 8, 2001
Directed by: Michael Engler, Written by: Jessica Bendinger

Big calls Carrie while she's having sex with Aidan. Miranda throws her neck out after fighting with Charlotte. Charlotte decides to leave the gallery to pursue motherhood full-time. Samantha's latest guy tells her she needs to shave below the belt.

408. "My Motherboard, My Self" July 15, 2001
Directed by: Michael Engler, Written by: Julie Rottenberg, Elisa Zuritsky

Carrie's laptop crashes, and when Aidan tries to help, she pushes him away. Charlotte becomes the "Martha Stewart of funerals". Miranda's mother dies. At the funeral, everyone's concerned that she's single. Samantha "loses" her orgasm.

409. "Sex and the Country" July 22, 2001
Directed by: Michael Spiller, Written by: Allan Heinberg

Carrie is dragged to Aidan's country home in Suffern, New York. Charlotte visits the MacDougal "compound" in Connecticut. Miranda yells at Steve after he tells her he has testicular cancer. Samantha gets annoyed when her dates keep asking her what she's doing "next weekend".

410. "Belles of the Balls" July 29, 2001
Directed by: Michael Spiller, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie invites Big up to Aidan's country home to talk. Charlotte tries to discuss her and Trey's infertility problems. Miranda sleeps with Steve after he has one of his testicles removed. Samantha tries to get the PR position for hotelier Richard Wright.

411. "Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda" August 5, 2001
Directed by: David Frankel, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie is reluctant to tell Aidan that she had an abortion when she was 22. Charlotte discovers she only has a 15% chance of getting pregnant naturally. Miranda finds out she's pregnant, and debates whether or not to keep it. Samantha gets Lucy Liu as a client.

412. "Just Say Yes" August 12, 2001
Directed by: David Frankel, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Aidan proposes to Carrie. Charlotte discusses adoption with Trey, but hits a wall when Bunny finds out. Miranda tells Steve she's keeping his baby. Samantha starts sleeping with her boss, Richard Wright.

413. "The Good Fight" January 6, 2002
Directed by: Charles McDougall, Written by: Michael Patrick King
Carrie and Aidan have a huge fight over the clutter in her apartment after Aidan moves in. Charlotte and Trey have a huge fight when he brings home a cardboard baby as a gag gift. Miranda goes on a date despite her being pregnant. Samantha finally gives in to Richard's romance.

414. "All That Glitters..." January 13, 2002
Directed by: Charles McDougall, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie finds time away from Aidan with a gay shoe distributor at the exclusive Bungalow 8. Charlotte and Trey separate permanently after their apartment is photographed in House & Garden. Miranda accidentally outs her co-worker after he accidentally told the office she's pregnant. Samantha tells Richard she loves him while high on ecstasy.

415. "Change of a Dress" January 20, 2002
Directed by: Alan Taylor, Written by: Julie Rottenberg, Elisa Zuritsky

Carrie freaks out about getting married to Aidan. Charlotte takes tap classes, and has a meltdown during the "Tea for Two" number when she realizes she isn't ready to be alone after her divorce. Miranda feigns excitement when she learns her baby's gender. Samantha finds out Richard is seeing other women, and pushes him to be monogamous with her.

416. "Ring A Ding Ding" January 27, 2002
Directed by: Alan Taylor, Written by: Amy B. Harris

Carrie is forced to buy her apartment back from Aidan. Charlotte doesn't know what to do with her old wedding ring. Miranda has to refurbish her wardrobe due to her gaining baby weight. Samantha tries to trick Richard into saying he loves her.

417. "A "Vogue" Idea" February 3, 2002
Directed by: Martha Coolidge, Written by: Allan Heinberg

Carrie starts working at Vogue. Charlotte throws a baby shower for Miranda. Miranda gets fed up with Charlotte after she tries to make her baby shower too cutesy. Richard asks Samantha to have a threesome with a 21-year-old for his birthday.

418. "I Heart NY" February 10, 2002
Directed by: Martha Coolidge, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie is shocked to find out that Big is moving to Napa, California. Charlotte begins dating another recent divorcé. Miranda prepares for the new baby as her delivery date gets nearer. Samantha suspects Richard may be cheating on her.

501. "Anchors Away" July 21, 2002
Directed by: Charles McDougall, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie realizes her relationship with New York City is as dysfunctional as her relationship with men. Charlotte decides she needs to distance herself from her former life as Mrs. Trey MacDougal. Miranda tries to adjust to her new life with her baby, Brady Hobbes. Samantha gets phone calls from Richard begging her to take him back.

502. "Unoriginal Sin" July 28, 2002
Directed by: Charles McDougall, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie gets an offer from publishers who want to make a book out of her column. Charlotte takes affirmations to try and find love again. Miranda agrees to have Brady baptized, and chooses Carrie as the godmother. Samantha takes Richard back, despite the girls advising against it.

503. "Luck Be an Old Lady" August 4, 2002
Directed by: John David Coles, Written by: Julie Rottenberg, Elisa Zuritsky

Carrie desperately tries to get everyone together for Charlotte's "Thirty-Faux" birthday. Charlotte doesn't want to turn 36 because she feels she's getting old. Miranda goes to Atlantic City with the girls, feeling self-conscious about her weight. Samantha's paranoid that Richard is cheating with the entire hotel staff.

504. "Cover Girl" August 11, 2002
Directed by: John David Coles, Written by: Judy Toll, Michael Patrick King

Carrie works with Samantha to try to get the perfect look for her book cover. Charlotte starts reading self-help books. Miranda goes to Weight Watchers to lose her baby weight. Samantha gets upset when she feels the girls are judging her sex life.

505. "Plus One is the Loneliest Number" August 18, 2002
Directed by: Michael Patrick King, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie invites Jack Berger to her book opening party. Charlotte butts heads with Bunny MacDougal. Miranda's single life and her life with Brady conflict. Samantha gets a chemical peel that goes awry.

506. "Critical Condition" August 25, 2002
Directed by: Michael Patrick King, Written by: Alexa Junge

Carrie deals with her past with Aidan when she runs into Nina Katz, Aidan's ex. Charlotte gets legal with Bunny in a fight for her apartment. Miranda has no one to turn to when she needs help taking care of Brady. Samantha spends some of her free time on Miranda.

507. "The Big Journey" September 1, 2002
Directed by: Michael Engler, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie goes to California to promote her book and visit Big. Charlotte sleeps with her lawyer, Harry Goldenblatt. Samantha accompanies Carrie to California, looking for a good time.

508. "I Love a Charade" September 8, 2002
Directed by: Michael Engler, Written by: Cindy Chupack, Michael Patrick King

Carrie meets Jack Berger again in the Hamptons. Charlotte goes public with her relationship with Harry. Miranda gets more comfortable with her role as a mother. Samantha throws a huge party at Richard Wright's Hamptons house.

601. "To Market, to Market" June 22, 2003
Directed by: Michael Patrick King, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie is nervous about her first date with Berger. Miranda realizes she's in love with Steve. Charlotte struggles with Harry's desire to marry a Jew. Samantha sleeps with a stock broker who gives out tips during sex.

602. "Great Sexpectations" June 29, 2003
Directed by: Michael Patrick King, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie and Berger have great dates, but struggle in the bedroom. Miranda becomes addicted to the show 'Jules and Mimi'. Charlotte pursues converting to Judaism for Harry. Samantha meets Jerry Jerrod (Smith).

603. "The Perfect Present" July 6, 2003
Directed by: David Frankel, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie tries to not think about Berger's ex-girlfriend and her influence on his life. Miranda finds condoms in Brady's diaper bag and gets upset with Steve. Charlotte mourns the loss of Christmas. Samantha gets Jerry fired from his catering job.

604. "Pick-A-Little, Talk-A-Little" July 13, 2003
Directed by: David Frankel, Written by: Julie Rottenberg, Elisa Zuritsky

Carrie feels bad for criticising Berger's book. When Berger tells Miranda that a guy is "not that into her" she feels compelled to spread the knowledge to others. Charlotte cooks her first Shabbat dinner for Harry. Samantha and Jerry act out all their sexual fantasies.

605. "Lights, Camera, Relationship" July 20, 2003
Directed by: Michael Engler, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie gets a big check for her book sales, which upsets Berger whose book deal is dropped. Miranda helps Steve bake cupcakes for his new girlfriend. Charlotte is reluctant to date after Harry leaves her. Samantha takes charge of the PR for Jerry's struggling play where he appears fully naked.

606. "Hop, Skip and a Week" July 27, 2003
Directed by: Michael Engler, Written by: Amy B. Harris

Berger tells Carrie that he needs a break from their relationship. Miranda has to cut her hours at work in order to spend more time with Brady. Women from the synagogue set Charlotte up with their sons. Samantha changes Jerry's name to Smith and gets him on a billboard in Times Square.

607. "The Post-It Always Sticks Twice" August 3, 2003
Directed by: Alan Taylor, Written by: Liz Tuccillo

Berger breaks up with Carrie on a Post-It note. Miranda fits into her "skinny jeans". Charlotte decides she wants a small wedding. Samantha is reluctant to be known as Smith's girlfriend.

608. "The Catch" August 10, 2003
Directed by: Alan Taylor, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie's fling with Harry's best man ends in a neck injury. Miranda is scared of meeting Steve's new girlfriend. Everything goes wrong at Charlotte and Harry's wedding. Samantha struggles without a man around.

609. "A Woman's Right to Shoes" August 17, 2003
Directed by: Tim Van Patten, Written by: Jenny Bicks

Carrie loses her shoes at a party. Miranda gets the chicken pox. Charlotte and Harry adjust to living together. Samantha is annoyed by children misbehaving in nice restaurants.

610. "Boy, Interrupted" August 24, 2003
Directed by: Tim Van Patten, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie's high school sweetheart visits her in New York on his way to a mental asylum in Connecticut. Miranda develops a crush her neighbor who is the doctor for the Knicks. In order to get into an exclusive pool at the SoHo House, Samantha pretends to be a member. Geri Halliwell guest stars.

611. "The Domino Effect" September 7, 2003
Directed by: David Frankel, Written by: Julie Rottenberg, Elisa Zuritsky

Carrie is distressed by Big's need for heart surgery. Miranda gets close to her new boyfriend Robert, but is reluctant to introduce him to Steve. Charlotte tries acupuncture in order to get pregnant. Samantha refuses to hold hands with Smith.

612. "One" September 14, 2003
Directed by: David Frankel, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie meets the Russian, Aleksandr Petrovsky, at an art gallery. Miranda's boyfriend says "I love you" but she realizes she still loves Steve. Charlotte discovers she's pregnant. Samantha dyes her pubic hair, when she finds one gray hair.

613. "Let There Be Light" January 4, 2004
Directed by: Michael Patrick King, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie begins to feel attached to Aleksandr but cannot ignore his womanizing past. As Steve moves into the building, Miranda finds it hard to avoid her angry exboyfriend Robert. Charlotte tries to forget her miscarriage by volunteering. Samantha accompanies Smith to a party hosted by Richard Wright.

614. "The Ick Factor" January 11, 2004
Directed by: Wendey Stanzler, Written by: Julie Rottenberg, Elisa Zuritsky

Carrie finds Aleksandr's romantic attention a little overwhelming. Miranda prepares for her wedding to Steve. Charlotte and Harry's romance leads to digestive problems. Samantha considers a breast enlargement.

615. "Catch-38" January 18, 2004
Directed by: Michael Engler, Written by: Cindy Chupack

Carrie discovers that Aleksandr has decided to not have any more kids. Miranda and Steve go on their honeymoon to a remote part of upstate New York. Baby Brady sees Charlotte and Harry having sex. Samantha uses Smith's fame to get her an appointment with a well known female oncologist.

616. "Out of the Frying Pan" January 25, 2004
Directed by: Michael Engler, Written by: Jenny Bicks
Carrie gets upset at Aleksandr for being inconsiderate of her feelings about Samantha's cancer. Miranda considers buying a house in Brooklyn. Charlotte receives a dog and names her Elizabeth Taylor. Samantha's hair falls out as a result of chemotherapy.

617. "The Cold War" February 1, 2004
Directed by: Julian Farino, Written by: Aury Wallington

Aleksandr refuses to talk about his work or introduce Carrie to his friends. Miranda adjusts to life in Brooklyn. Charlotte decides to enter Elizabeth Taylor in a dog show. Samantha makes a sex tape with Smith to prove she's not a "fag hag".

618. "Splat!" February 8, 2004
Directed by: Julian Farino, Written by: Jenny Bicks, Cindy Chupack

Petrovsky hosts a dinner party for Carrie's inner circle, and makes a shocking announcement. Later, the death of an old party friend helps Carrie reach a big decision.

619. "An American Girl in Paris, Part Une" February 15, 2004
Directed by: Tim Van Patten, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Before going to Paris, Carrie has one last dinner with Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda. Later, the girls agree that Big should go and find Carrie in Paris.

620. "An American Girl in Paris, Part Deux" February 22, 2004
Directed by: Tim Van Patten, Written by: Michael Patrick King

Carrie is lonely in Paris because Petrovsky is spending so much time on his new exhibit. The chemo treatments are killing Samantha's sex drive. Miranda must take care of Steve's mother after she has a stroke. Charlotte and Harry try to adopt a baby. Big goes to Paris to look for Carrie.

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