Sex and the City was one of the most groundbreaking shows of its time. While much about the series hasn’t aged well, it remains a cult classic that’s gaining new fans every day. While there were many wonderful ones Sex and the City Of the episodes produced, there are a few that stand out. We’ve put together our favorite episodes from each season for you.
Season 1 of Sex and the City focused heavily on Carrie Bradshaw’s sex column. However, that doesn’t mean that the best episode focuses heavily on Carrie. The absolute best episode of the first season was all about Samantha Jones.
In Episode 9, “The Turtle and the Rabbit,” the girls deal with the emotional fallout of attending a friend’s wedding. Dejected, Samantha agrees to spend time with Bernie Turtletaub, a man with terrible breath. Samantha tries to change his style and behavior to make him a man she finds acceptable for a date. It didn’t work, but when we hear Samantha refer to the man as a “fixer,” we always have to laugh.
Season 2 of Sex and the City was peppered with many great episodes. The show’s second season was mostly about the relationship between Carrie Bradshaw and Mr. Big, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the season’s best episode featured a fair amount of Mr. Big.
In the Season 2 episode “La Douleur Exquise!”, Carrie is faced with the realization that Mr. Big has once again not included her in his life when he reveals he may need to move to Paris. After insisting that he didn’t want her to follow him to Paris to be with him, she loses her temper and throws McDonald’s all over his apartment. In the final moments of the episode, Carrie releases Mr. Big. The scene is breathtakingly beautiful and still haunts us years later.
Season 3 of Sex and the City was full of ups and downs. There are also several notable episodes. For Season 3, we agree with the IMDb ratings. The highest rated episode of the season is “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”.
The episode revolves around the marriage of Charlotte York and Trey MacDougal. The subplots, including Miranda and her date both pretending they are not human and Carrie finally revealing her affair to Aidan Shaw, steal the limelight. While Miranda’s plot is far more silly than Carrie’s decidedly heavy revelation, all of the stories are seamlessly woven together. It remains one of our favorite dishes Sex and the City episodes.
Season 4 of Sex and the City covered a lot of ground. Carrie rekindled her romance with Aidan before getting engaged and eventually breaking off the engagement. Miranda announces her pregnancy and Trey and Charlotte’s marriage falls apart. Samantha finds love in unexpected places.
While several Season 4 episodes are worth multiple repeats, I Heart NY’s Season 4 finale might be the best. Often referred to as a “love letter to the city of New York,” the episode revolves around Mr. Big and Carrie coming to town to say goodbye before the financier moves to Napa. Although the episode aired not long after 9/11, it was not written in response to the terrorist attacks. The coincidence gives the whole thing a somewhat special feeling.
Season 5 of Sex and the City was shortened to reflect Sarah Jessica Parker’s real pregnancy. Although the season included significantly fewer episodes than the previous ones, there were still bright spots.
Of the few episodes produced for Season 5, our favorite is “I Love a Charade”. The Sex and the City The final episode of the season takes Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda from Manhattan. The four visited the Hamptons in a previous season, but did so in much more style in season five. The ethereal wedding of Bobby Fine and Bitzy Von Muffling served as the perfect backdrop to watch as Carrie tries to find love with Jack Berger, Charlotte grapples with her feelings for Harry Goldenblatt, and Miranda wrestles with what’s wrong with her Brady is supposed to do her romantic interest in Steve.
The last season
Season 6 of Sex and the City was the last of the show and certainly an eventful one. In two parts, fans first saw Carrie’s romance with Jack Berger blossom and then end. Miranda and Steve got back together, Samantha found out she had cancer and found the love of her life, and Charlotte found her imperfect, perfect other half.
The best episode of the season is undoubtedly the two-part finale. In the final moments of the series, everyone found relationships that worked for them. Mr. Big chased Carrie to Paris while Miranda and Steve found a place for their family in Brooklyn. Harry and Charlotte pursued their dream of starting a family, and Samantha found her perfect match in Smith Jared. While there were complaints about the ending being “too perfect”, we can say that it was thoroughly satisfying.
The stories of Charlotte, Miranda and Carrie continue And just like that… the max reboot of Sex and the City. Season 2 of And just like that… begins June 22nd.
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