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Among the main cast of four best friends, PR executive Samantha bluntly stands for sex without relational crap, golden spoon-WASP Charlotte for the fairy tale-romantic ideal, while sensitive flirt Carrie herself and stuck-up pragmatic lawyer Miranda seek a middle way; meanwhile gay talent agent Stanford Blatch provides a twisted mirror image.
Carrie enjoys using hunk Kurt just for her sexual gratification for a change, then the quartet jumps on the dating game carousel, which never stops in the series.
We catch a glimpse of each of the girls' different personalities and ideas about love and relationships.
Each was salty and fresh in its own way, but Carrie Bradshaw & Co truly blew the doors off, unearthing a whole new part of the landscape we never even knew we wanted Much of Sex and the City's conceits still hold up well today: the idea that female friendship is Titan-strong, and that 30-something women have plenty of self-love to administer before they start looking for it somewhere else.Carrie, the journalist, certainly wouldn't be living the high life on one single column, and without an email address to boot.And as a sex columnist, she'd be handed her head for deeming bisexuality 'a layover on the way to Gaytown'.She treats Skipper like dirt and he still pursues her. Her abrasive personality and clear disdain of men is a complete turn off.And it's not like she's so beautiful that her looks make up for her prickly nature.
Birthdays are also not celebrated with the exception of Season 1 Episode 1 (Miranda), Season 4 Episode 1 (Carrie's) and Season 6 Episode 12 (Brady's).