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Mr. Big (Character)
from "Sex and the City" (1998)

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Sex and the City (2008)
Mr. Big: Ever Thine, Ever Mine, Ever Ours.

Mr. Big: This is my third marriage. How do you think that makes me look?

Mr. Big: That's why you need a diamond... to seal the deal.

Mr. Big: You make me very happy.
Carrie Bradshaw: Yeah, yeah... put it in writing.

Mr. Big: Would you want to get married?
Carrie Bradshaw: Well, I didn't, didn't think that was an option.
Mr. Big: What if it was an option?
Carrie Bradshaw: Why? What? Do you want to get married?
Mr. Big: I wouldn't mind being married to you. Would you mind being married to me?
Carrie Bradshaw: No, no, not, not if that's what you wanted. I mean, is, is that what you want?
Mr. Big: I want you. So, ok.
Carrie Bradshaw: So really, we're, we're getting married?
Mr. Big: We're getting married. Should we get you a diamond?
Carrie Bradshaw: No. No. Just get me a really big closet.

Carrie Bradshaw: He's my boyfriend.
Mr. Big: Aren't I a little old to be introduced as your boyfriend?
Carrie Bradshaw: Point taken. From now on you'll be my man-friend.
Mr. Big: That sounds like a dog.
Carrie Bradshaw: Well if the shoe fits.

"Sex and the City: An American Girl in Paris: Part Deux (#6.20)" (2004)
Big: It took me a really long time to get here, but I'm here. Carrie, you're the one.

Big: I have to hand it to you kid. Most people come to Paris to fall in love. You came and got slapped.

Big: You know, I don't live here anymore and the Four Seasons won't check you in until 1.
Carrie: Oh, you wanna come up?
Big: Abso-fucking-lutely.

Carrie: [Picking up beads from her broken necklace, Carrie looks up and sees Big smiling down at her] Hi.
[Bursts into tears]
Big: Hey! Hey! Why the tears?
Carrie: Paris is a mess. I never should have come here. Everything fell apart, we had a big fight and then I got slapped.
Big: [shocked] You got what?
Carrie: No, he didn't mean it. It was just an accident.
Big: [enraged] He slapped you? I'll kick his ass.
Carrie: What? No!
Big: Ok, what room were you in?
Carrie: I'm not telling you that.
Night Clerk: I see you were in room 625.
Big: Room 625? Thank you.
[storms off]
Carrie: Wait! What do you think you're doing?
Big: I think I'm kicking some Russian ass.

"Sex and the City: An American Girl in Paris: Part Une (#6.19)" (2004)
[to Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda]
Mr. Big: You're the loves of her life, and a guy would be lucky to come in fourth.

Carrie: You do this every time! *Every* time! What? Do you have some sort of radar? Carrie might be happy - it's time to sweep in and shit all over it?
Big: What? No, no, I came here to tell you something. I made a mistake. You and I...
Carrie: You and I - *nothing*! You can not do this to me again! You can not jerk me around!
Big: Carrie, listen to me. It is different this time...
Carrie: Oh, it's never different! It's six years of *never* being different! This is it! I am done! Don't call me ever again! Forget you know my number! In fact, forget you know my name! And you can drive up this street all you want - because I don't live here any more!

Big: [to Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda about Carrie] Look, I need your advice. You three know her better than anyone, you're the loves of her life. And a guy's just lucky to come in fourth. But I do love her. And if you think I have the slightest chance, I'll be on the next plane to Paris, I'll roam the streets till I find her, I'll do anything. But if you think she really is... happy... well, then I wouldn't want to wreck that for her, and I'll be history.
Miranda: [after the girls all look at each other for a long moment] Go get our girl.

"Sex and the City: Valley of the Twenty-Something Guys (#1.4)" (1998)
Mr. Big: I've been looking all over for you - here you are, holding a tongue.
Carrie: Well, your message said you weren't coming.
Mr. Big: I thought I said I'd try to make it for an hour.
Carrie: Well, yeah, but then you said that...
Mr. Big: What? What did I say?
Carrie: Never mind, never mind. You're here, you have an hour. Let's have a drink.
Mr. Big: Well, I was outside trying to get in for thirty minutes, and inside looking for you for twenty minutes, so that leaves me with just enough time to tell you that, I'm out of time. You have fun.
Carrie: [narrating voice over] Men in their forties are like The New York Times Sunday crossword puzzle. Tricky, complicated, and you're never really sure you've got the right answer.

Carrie: Well, I can't believe it. Same time, same place. Just you and me.
Mr. Big: Well, sort of. Meet my friend, Jack.
Carrie: Oh, hi, how are you?
Mr. Marvelous: Marvelous. Going through my second divorce. The bitch is getting everything the first bitch didn't.

Mr. Big: Are you sure?
Carrie: Abso-fucking-lutely!

Sex and the City 2 (2010)
Mr. Big: [At Carrie's bewildered response to his putting a television in their bedroom] Don't you remember how great it was watching 'It Happened One Night' at the hotel?
Carrie Bradshaw: Yes, that's because it's only happened one night, at a hotel.

[Carrie and Big are being kept awake by Charlotte's baby crying and Samantha's loud sex]
Mr. Big: I don't know which is worse.
Carrie Bradshaw: Samantha. The baby will get tired eventually.

"Sex and the City: Three's a Crowd (#1.8)" (1998)
Carrie: [voice over narration] Why is it that putting a tie around a man's neck is sometimes even sexier than taking it off?
Mr. Big: What are you doing for lunch today? I could maybe swing an hour between meetings.
Carrie: No, sorry. I can't. I have to interview someone.
Mr. Big: About what?
Carrie: Threesomes. Ever done one?
Mr. Big: Sure. Who hasn't?
Carrie: Really? With who?
Mr. Big: My ex-wife.
Carrie: [voice over narration] Suddenly my column was the last thing on my mind.

Carrie: [voice over narration] That night, I thought I could put the whole Barbara thing out of my mind. After all, Mr. Big was with me now.
Barbara, Mr. Big's Ex-Wife: Nibbling his ear lobes? How sweet. Let me show you how it's really done.
Carrie: [voice over narration] So I guess you couldn't avoid a threesome. Because even if you're the only person in the bed, someone has always been there before you.
Mr. Big: Hey, what just happened? Where'd you go?
Carrie: Preoccupied.
Mr. Big: No kidding. About what?
Carrie: [voice over narration] Your ex-wife's breasts, your ex-wife's lips, your ex-wife's long legs.
Carrie: ... My column.
Mr. Big: You know, I didn't tell you I was married because it was a long time ago.
Carrie: What happened?
Mr. Big: Alienation of affection, followed by divorce. Let's not talk about the past, please.
Carrie: [voice over narration] What Mr. Big didn't realise was the past was sleeping right next to me. The next day the flesh and blood Barbara asked me to lunch.

"Sex and the City: Hop, Skip, and a Week (#6.6)" (2003)
Mr. Big: How are things with that guy, Hot Dog?
Carrie: Berger.

Carrie: What are you doing golfing?
Mr. Big: Oh, I'm just in it for the Scotch afterwards.

"Sex and the City: Sex and the City (#1.1)" (1998)
[last lines]
Carrie Bradshaw: Have you ever been in love?
Mr. Big: Abso-fucking-lutely!

Mr. Big: So what have you been doing lately?
Carrie Bradshaw: You mean besides going out every night?
Mr. Big: Yeah. I mean, what do you do for work?
Carrie Bradshaw: Well, this is my work. I'm sort of a sexual anthropologist.
Mr. Big: You mean like a hooker?
Carrie Bradshaw: No. I umm... I write a column called 'Sex and the City.' Right now I'm researching an article about women who have sex like men. You know, they have sex and then afterwards they feel nothing.
Mr. Big: But you're not like that?
Carrie Bradshaw: Well, aren't you?
Mr. Big: Not a drop. Not even a half of a drop.
Carrie Bradshaw: Wow! What's wrong with you?
Mr. Big: I get it... You've never been in love.
Carrie Bradshaw: Oh, yeah?
Mr. Big: Yeah.

"Sex and the City: Secret Sex (#1.6)" (1998)
Mr. Big: Interesting dress.
Carrie: Meaning?
Mr. Big: Interesting dress.

[last lines]
Carrie Bradshaw: So you and me... Then maybe this is for real?
Mr. Big: Could be...

"Sex and the City: Models and Mortals (#1.2)" (1998)
Mr. Big: I started reading your column after we met.
Carrie Bradshaw: You did?
Mr. Big: Yeah, cute.
Carrie Bradshaw: "Cute."
Mr. Big: Well... Yeah, cute. What are you writing about this week?
Carrie Bradshaw: Well, I'm working on a story about men who date models. Any thoughts?
Mr. Big: Only that they're very lucky.

[last lines]
Mr. Big: Although there are so many god damn gorgeous women out there in this city.
Carrie Bradshaw: What an amazing observation.
Mr. Big: But the thing is this, after a while, you just want to be with the one that makes you laugh. Know what I mean? Okay, see ya.
Carrie Bradshaw: [voice over narration] I take that back... Beauty is fleeting, but a rent-controlled apartment overlooking the park is forever.

"Sex and the City: The Big Journey (#5.7)" (2002)
Carrie: What? Now? What about last night, all those concerns?
Big: Fuck it. You'll need material for the sequel.

"Sex and the City: The Caste System (#2.10)" (1999)
Mr. Big: Listen. I know what you're really pissed off about. But it's just something I've gotta do in my own time! Okay? Well, I fucking love you! All right? You know I do.... It's just a tough thing for me to say, because it always seems to get me in trouble ... when I say it. Okay?
Carrie Bradshaw: Okay.

"Sex and the City: The Man, the Myth, the Viagra (#2.8)" (1999)
Carrie Bradshaw: I have a huge favor to ask: I want you to know my friends better.
Mr. Big: I know your friends just fine. Charlotte is the brunette, Miranda is the redhead, and Samantha is trouble.

"Sex and the City: La Douleur Exquise! (#2.12)" (1999)
Mr. Big: Get another cocktail, woman!

"Sex and the City: Ex and the City (#2.18)" (1999)
[on meeting Big's new girlfriend]
Carrie: [quoting "The Way We Were"] Your girl is lovely, Hubbell.
Mr. Big: I don't get it.
Carrie: And you never did.

"Sex and the City: The Monogamists (#1.7)" (1998)
Carrie: I've done the merry go round I've been through the revolving door I feel like I met somebody I can stand still with for a minute and... don't you wanna stand still with me?
Big: You dragged me out to a park at three in the morning to ask me if I wanna stand still with you?
Carrie: ...Yes.

"Sex and the City: Cock-a-Doodle-Do (#3.18)" (2000)
Mr. Big: Stay.
Carrie: I can't.
Mr. Big: Why not?
Carrie: Because, dear friend, you and I are like that red wall. It's a good idea in theory, but somehow it doesn't quite work.

"Sex and the City: The Agony and the Ex-tacy (#4.1)" (2001)
Carrie: It's after twelve. You're late.
Mr. Big: Not really, I'm on London time.
Carrie: London is five hours ahead.
Mr. Big: In that case, I'm really fucking late.