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1. Sex and the City (1998 TV Series)
Episode: Sex and the City (1998)
Carrie writes a column called Sex and The City. She introduces us to her best friends. Charlotte York is an art dealer who firmly believes in love and marriage. Samantha Jones, the owner of a PR firm, believes in having sex like a man with no commitment or complications. Miranda Hobbes, a lawyer, thinks that women should stop obsessing with men because they can be everything men can be, and sometimes better. Carrie is introduced to Mr. Big, the next Donald Trump and younger, by Samantha who unsuccessfully hits on him.
Columnist Carrie Bradshaw introduces her narrative style by a short story about a British girl who thought the Manhattan manner would be the same. Characters and extras on screen do some of the philosophizing about modern sex life and the life of both sexes she usually does off-screen in her column-style. 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.
2. Girls (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Pilot (2012)
Hannah, a 24-year-old aspiring writer living in New York City, is blindsided when her parents cut her off financially. Subsequently fired from her unpaid internship, she seeks comfort in Adam, the eccentric actor she sometimes sleeps with when she can get him to respond to her texts. Meanwhile, Hannah's best friend and Type-A roommate, Marnie, hosts a dinner party for their bohemian British friend Jessa, who's returned from god-knows-where to move in with Shoshanna, Jessa's younger, "Sex and the City"-obsessed cousin.
New York City based Hannah has been working at an unpaid internship since she graduated two years ago from college with an English degree. She hopes that internship at a small publishing house will lead to the publication of her memoirs, which she is currently writing but which she needs to "live" first. She lives off an allowance from her college professor parents, Tad and Loreen Horvath. Hannah's parents make a trip from Michigan to visit Hannah, but their trip is really to tell her that they are cutting her off financially, which means she either has to find a paying job or turn that internship into a paying one. As she usually does, she turns to her "friend", Adam, for emotional support. Adam is an aspiring actor who generally treats her poorly as he never returns her text messages, but gets out of her what he wants. Meanwhile, Hannah's roommate and friend from college, Marnie, is planning on hosting a small dinner gathering for their college friends to mark the return of globe-trotting Jessa, who has moved in with her idolizing cousin, Shoshanna. It isn't the greatest time for Marnie as she contemplates breaking up with her long time and supportive boyfriend, Charlie.
3. The Newsroom (2012 TV Series)
Episode: The Greater Fool (2012)
On a night in August, 2011, there are many top stories as voter ID laws take hold and Congressional Republicans hold the nation's credit hostage. In flashbacks, we see the eight days leading up to a hard-hitting broadcast. Will is in hospital, resolved not to come back to "News Night," Brian's published a savage piece in "New York," Charlie's source at the NSA may not be rock solid, and Nina is pursuing confirmation that Will was high on the night he announced bin Laden's death. Sloan surprises Don, Don surprises Maggie, Jim takes a "Sex and the City" bus tour, Neal eggs on the haters, and a somewhat-familiar young woman sits in the newsroom.
4. Sex and the City (2008)
New York "Sex and the City" columnist Carrie Bradshaw and her three best girlfriends - PR maven Samantha Jones, lawyer Miranda Hobbes and art gallery curator Charlotte York - have long mastered one of the two "L"s to which she believes all women arriving in New York aspire: labels. As such, the foursome, three years after John Preston AKA Mr. Big professed his love to Carrie and three books by Carrie on their life later, focus on the other "L": love. Charlotte believes she has the perfect love life with husband Harry Goldenblatt and their adopted two year old daughter Lily. She is hyper-vigilant in ensuring that that life remains perfect especially in light of some unexpected news on the home front. Extremely self-confident Samantha, now living in Los Angeles with her younger client/boyfriend, actor Smith Jerrod, is in love with him, but feels that she is losing her sense of identity to Smith's rising star. This revelation is even more troubling to her with a handsome new neighbor moving in next door, he who always seems to be having sex with a different woman every night. Miranda and her bartender husband Steve Brady are facing problems maintaining a healthy sex life as Miranda focuses her attentions on caring for their five year old son, Brady Hobbes. This and a subsequent action by Steve places a strain on their love life and marriage. And Carrie and Big make the decision to buy an apartment together. The lavish apartment they choose and the subsequent financial arrangement they embark upon lead to Carrie and Big deciding to get married. Combined with a request by Vogue editor Enid Frick to Carrie, Carrie and Big come to individual views as to the emotional toll on each other of their decision, which is complicated by a statement by Miranda. A result is that Carrie, for the first time, hires a personal assistant, a young woman named Louise from St. Louis who unwittingly helps Carrie come to grips with her personal problems. Through the trials and tribulations of the four in dealing with their respective love lives, they, as always, lend their emotional support to the other three.
Mr. Big and Carrie buy a magnificent penthouse in Manhattan and they decide to get married. Enid Frick invites Carrie to take pictures for a special edition of Vogue about marriage of women of forty and something years. During the preparation, Carrie raises the guest list from seventy-five to two hundred guests, and a simple wedding dress to a fashionable Vivienne Westwood, intimidating Mr. Big in his third wedding. Meanwhile Miranda has no sex with Steve and he confesses that he had had one night stand with a woman. On the eve of the wedding, in the rehearsal dinner, the upset Miranda tells Mr. Big that marriage ruins everything. On the next day, the scared Mr. Big calls off the wedding leaving Carrie in the church. Carrie feels humiliated and depressed and Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte decide to travel to Mexico with Carrie to the hotel where she was supposed to spend her honeymoon. When Carries returns, she hires the assistant Louise to help her to organize her life. When Miranda discloses what she told to Mr. Big to Carrie in the rehearsal dinner, their friendship is shaken.
5. Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Game Night 3 (2010)
In this primetime show broadcast with Game 3 of the NBA Finals between the Lakers and Celtics, Jimmy Kimmel talks with Drew Barrymore, Aunt Chippy plays blackjack to try and win $80,000 for the audience, and Guillermo visits the teams on media day and discusses "Sex and the City 2" with various players.
6. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah (1996 TV Series)
The Daily Show has a new political edge, espcially on the coverage of the democratic presidential candidates, titled "Indecision 2004." Also, many politicians have come on the show for interviews, for example, Sen. John McCain, Carol Mosley Braun, Sen. Biden, etc. In addition to this, there are the special reports by The Daily Show's correspondents. They tackle every news story from the persecution of smokers to trick or treating at embassies in New York and to "Sex and the City" spoofs. The Daily Show is a gem, watch it!
7. Who Do You Think You Are? (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Chris Noth (2016)
Sex and the City Star Chris Noth headed to County Cavan last week to trace his Irish roots. Noth discovered that his great-grandfather was from Cavan, and left home for Canada around 1840. Grandpa's surname was Maguire, and he was originally from Knockbride. Noth visited the Cavan Library to do some research.
8. BearCity (2010)
Set in New York's gay "bear" scene and taking a cue from the popular HBO franchise "Sex and the City," BearCity follows a tight-knit pack of friends experiencing comical mishaps, emotionally sweet yet lusty romantic encounters and a cast of colorful, diverse characters as they gear up for a big party weekend.
9. Charlie Rose (1991 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 29 May 2008 (2008)
A Discussion About The Film Sex And The City With Actor Sarah Jessica Parker And Executive Producer/Director Michael Patrick King. || A Conversation With Author And Journalist Martha Sherrill About Her Book Dog Man: An Uncommon Life On A Faraway Mountain.
10. Siskel & Ebert (1986 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 30 May 2010 (2010)
Michael Phillips and A.O. Scott review "Sex in the City 2", "The Special Relationship", "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time", "MacGruber", and "Shrek Forever After". In the 'Over/Under' segment, the critics choose their picks for the most overrated and underrated films starring former 'Saturday Night Live' cast members. A.O. Scott picked "Ghostbusters" as his choice for the most overrated film, and "Tommy Boy" as his most underrated. Michael Phillips chose "Trading Places" as his pick for the most overrated, and "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy" for the most underrated.
11. Dirty, Clean, & Inbetween (2017 TV Movie)
Dirty, Clean and Inbetween is a Sex and The City for guys, with a delightful mix of Entourage, Suits and Workaholics all coming together to make for one hell of a ride. In the pilot episode Martin, a 25 yr old virgin and has yet to even drink alcohol, arranges a chance encounter with his long time crush Sky Stone. His life is about to change with a dream job opportunity at a large hedge fund. Randall and Brok are on the verge of selling their infamous APP 'Dickheads', which lets users paste cartoon male genitalia onto pictures of their friends faces. The $10 million deal was negotiated by their lawyer and friend, Matt, whose overly controlling girlfriend is a constant cause of ridicule. The group throw the party of their lives to celebrate the upcoming sale and show off their success. But are they celebrating too soon?
12. Lucky (2003 TV Series)
Lucky is a comedic romp through gambling and addiction starring "Sex and The City's" John Corbett. Corbett plays a compulsive gambler, Michael "Lucky" Linkletter, who is trying to regain his life after losing a million dollars and his wife.
13. Celebrity Style Story (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Sarah Jessica Parker (2012)
In the '90s, Sarah Jessica Parker was typecast as the style-savvy sex-kitten, but her off-screen fashion sense was non-existent. That changes when she gets cast as the ultimate fashionista Carrie Bradshaw on "Sex and the City". The 'naked dress' she wears on her first date with Mr. Big gives us our first glimpse at her daring style.
14. Celebrity Style Story (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Kim Cattrall (2012)
May 12, 2008, Kim Cattrall rocks a siren red gown with geometric designs by her fashion hero Vivienne Westwood to the world premiere of the Sex and the City movie. For women over 50 the dress sets the bar for sexy. But Kim's signature style with bold colors, deep vees and sexy slits didn't happen overnight. It took 20 years, the help of costume designer Patricia Field and the confidence of her cougar character Samantha Jones to cement Kim's look. This is the Celebrity Style Story of Kim Cattrall.
15. Sex and the City: A Farewell (2004 Documentary)
In this alternative to a "the making of" on the super hit-sitcom "Sex and the City", which simply does not rely on special effects, various actors and other people involved in its production, writers, producers, wardrobe mistress, even celebrities appearing as themselves or just mentioned by characters (e.g. designers like Oscar De la Renta) try to fathom the success formula, supported by numerous short fragments: what did make it tick, where the pioneering boundaries were (and especially where not), what they enjoyed, inspiration from real life and especially New York...
16. Getaway (1992 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #17.16 (2008)
Jules finds the smart way to do Universal Studios and avoid the queues. Charlie Delaney shows us why the Snowy Mountains are her favourite place as she talks about life after Hi-5. Giaan checks out the Asian hotspot of Laos. Ben finds a surprise in the waters outside Adelaide. Dermott goes off-roading near Rotorua. The cast of the Sex and the City movie share their travel tips.
17. Annabel's: A String of Naked Lightbulbs (2014 Documentary)
In June 1963, Mark Birley, son of society portrait painter Sir Oswald Birley, opened a nightclub in a dusty, disused basement underneath No. 44 Berkeley Square in Mayfair, London. He named it for after his wife, Annabel. It had been more than a decade since the Second World War and there was a sense of renewal and rebirth to England. The 1960s were an extraordinary time to be in London, an era of decadence, freedom and sex. The city was quickly becoming the capital of the world, seeing the transformation of London into a social, political and cultural global leader. At the centre of that was Annabel's - standing for the old world, but also representing the new. Mark Birley sent a letter to some five hundred people who he thought would support and enjoy a new kind of nightclub in London. From then on, the venue grew to become the greatest club in the world, frequented by the social elite and iconic Hollywood stars, as well as becoming the only such establishment the Queen ever visited. The rest, as they say, is history...
18. Celebrity Paranormal Project (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Wooden Lucy (2006)
The original Ghostbuster Ernie Hudson is joined by Sex and the CityÂ's Willie Garson, BaywatchÂ's Nicole Eggert, The Real WorldÂ's Eric Nies, and Courtney Friel from The World Poker Tour. Together they take us back to the industrial mill for an investigation into the ghost of a young girl whose father accidentally killed her after being tricked by a 300 year-old Native American curse. To succeed in their investigation, Ernie must overcome his fear of being left alone in the dark, and Nicole must overcome her fear of letting the spirit inside her.
19. Something Borrowed, Something New (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Mom's Pride and Joi (2014)
Joi is proud of her Filipino culture, but Mom's 1960's coronation-wedding gown is over the top and literally weighs her down! She pictures herself in something more Sex and the City-esque. Can Joi find balance between her heritage & her inner fashionista?
20. Eye on Entertainment (2005 TV Series)
Episode: EOE Interview with Beth Lapides of '100% Happy 88% of the Time' (2011)
Dawna Lee Heising of Eye on Entertainment interviewed author, comedian, activist, radio and television personality and former First Lady candidate Beth Lapides at her one woman show "100% Happy 88% of the Time" at Mbar on May 20, 2011 in Hollywood, CA. Lapides is best known for founding, hosting and producing Un-Cabaret, the legendary live show that led the 'alternative comedy' revolution, but when strangers recognize her. it is usually from her brief but captivating appearance as the performance artist on "Sex and the City".
21. Under One Roof (2002)
It's Sex and the City meets The Wedding Banquet for young San Franciscan Daniel Chang, living at home with his clueless, traditional mother. Desperate for a grandchild, she's eager to see him married and spends much of her time planning introductions to suitable Chinese girls for Daniel. But when she recruits a new lodger for the downstairs flat, Daniel finds himself falling for Robert, the hot Southern boy who's moved to the big city. Well, Robert's not a suitable Chinese girl - but is he gay? And does he feel the same way about Daniel? Daniel soon gets his chance to find out when the basement floods and his mother insists Daniel share his bedroom with Robert while the plumbers fix the mess downstairs...
22. Crossbar (1979 TV Movie)
The story of an Olympic high jumper, played by Brent Carver, who loses his leg and yet doggedly persists in his pursuit of athletic glory. Released a year before Terry Fox's Marathon of Hope, this made-for-Canadian-TV movie, which also stars Sex and the City's Kim Cattrall, has been described as a tear-jerker.
23. Lucas Encounters: The Heat of the Moment (2006 Video)
New York City gets its very own porn series! That's right, Lucas Entertainment, New York City's only gay porn company is creating a new series as an homage to New York life- fully embracing the Chelsea lifestyle. You sure won't find gay entertainment like this on Logo! For a taste of the "Real" Real World, as far as (gay) Sex in the City goes- check out Encounters, coming soon to a porn shop near you. As a New York company it's time for us to release a signature series in line with our style and our lives. Some of the best sex in the world happens in Gotham's urban jungle and Lucas Entertainment captures how hot things get!
24. ShowRunner (2016 Short Film)
SHOWRUNNER is an original story of the driven and tenacious Wilhelmina Artisan who journeys from Brooklyn, New York to Los Angeles, California and has to battle industry insiders and Tinseltown politics to command her rightful place at the table amongst Hollywood's elite. SHOWRUNNER is compelling, edgy, fresh and relatable. SHOWRUNNER is "Sex in the City" meets "Being Mary Jane" mix with a bit of "Entourage". If you love to root for the underdog, then this story is for you. One can say there is a bit of an "Artisan" inside all of us!
25. The Little House That Could (2013 Documentary)
Emmy-Award winning stylist, Patricia Field, has done a lot more than Sex and the City. She has spent several decades saving lives and giving hope to lost outsiders who society frowned upon--transsexuals, club kids, drag queens, gay teenagers, butch-dykes, people who needed to escape from their hometowns because they were never understood. This is the story of a close-knit unconventional family in New York that has single-handedly changed music and fashion for the world several times over. Toronto filmmaker, Mars Roberge, has spent a decade becoming one with them so that their story could be told. In doing so, he becomes part of their family.
26. L.O.L (2010 TV Series)
An experimental pilot series featuring new comedy writer performers from the island of Irleand. This three part series brings together new comedy characters such as: Bad Cops, Under the Weather Girl, Spanish Tour guide, Mixed martial artist Barry the Blender Henderson and Thomas the tanker Smythe and parodies such as: Belfast's version of Sex In the City, "Come Spide with me", Nigella Uncovered and Danny D'IRE's deadliest.
27. Totally Frank (2005 TV Series)
"Totally Frank" is a drama series that chronicles the lives of four headstrong girls as they go through the enormous process of forming a band. The series follows the girls as they set about the daunting task of launching their musical careers and chasing the ultimate dream of creating their own unique sound together. Described by one critic as "U.K Sex And The City with Guitars" it will be screened on Channel 4's T4 zone in late September as well as on E4. Music provides the backdrop for engaging, universal stories about four twenty-something girls' emotional lives and friendships, as they struggle to start their music careers on the very bottom rung. The former strangers soon make a formidable team, with Tasha on vocals, Charlie on guitar, Neve on drums and Flo on keyboards. Can these four very different girls pull together to see each other through the hard times - the bad boyfriends, the nightmare parents, the ghosts from the past? Or, after three months, will their shared dream collapse, leaving them all right back where they started, on their own again?
28. Flat3 (2013 Mini-Series)
Sometimes smart, often silly and a lot awkward, Flat3 is a Kiwi comedy with a unique cultural takes. Following the travails of 3 Kiwi-Asian girls living together in Auckland, we see Lee, Perlina and Jessica try to figure out who they are, what they're doing in this life and whose turn it is to buy toilet paper. One of only a handful of webseries being made in NZ at the moment, and US blogger Angry Asian Man's favourite new webseries, Flat3 is a lo-fi local take on Sex and the City and Girls - a hilarious snap shot of life as a girl, as a young person, and as an Asian in cosmopolitan New Zealand.
29. TuLips (2016 Short Film)
A contemporary comedy about two women that are battling perimenopause. 40 something year old best friends, Pamela Bloomfield and Kimberly Reddington, fight mother nature and circumstances together, in an attempt to maintain a sense of dignity as they age, but when unexpected issues arise, each must come to terms with their reality of aging. Pamela becomes unglued when she discovers that gravity has affected her vagina, while Kimberly suffers, unknowingly, from a drop in estrogen which causes emotional outrage and extreme hot flashes. Imagine Sex and The City meets Girls, twenty years down the road.
30. The Richy Show (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Hoodwinked (2014)
In the twenty-first episode of The Richy Show, Richy has a conversation with Costas Mandylor. Costas is staying busy with multiple film and television projects. Richy and Costas discuss the film Saw and the show Sex and The City, along with his other career highlights. Richy and Costas have some fun running improv and it gets pretty intense. There are some classic funny moments in this episode!
31. Insignificant Other (2002)
'Insignificant Other', a Hitchcockian version of Sex and the City, follows the intersecting lives of two couples having extramarital affairs, who live lives of paranoia, wondering if their significant other has found out. It is a dark comedy that challenges the traditional ideas of marriage and questions the societal values of money and sex. Sarah, an unfulfilled, calculating wife, takes pleasure in having her voyeuristic lover watch her on video cameras that she has hidden inside the vents of her house. Her lover, a psychiatrist twice her age, becomes twisted in Sarah's sordid plot to kill her husband for his large inheritance. The plan slowly unravels when Sarah and her lover suspect that her husband has found out.
32. Seeking Happily Ever After (2010 Documentary)
How ready are you for a smart, entertaining, funny documentary that goes underneath the bubbly surface of Sex and the City? Our documentary "Seeking Happily Ever After" examines the plight of the single and 30 something woman and asks if it's time to start redefining our "Happily Ever After". From fairy-tales to vibrators and online dating to IVF - no holds barred. Are women too picky? Is it the financial equality or the internet age that keeps these women single? Experts chime in with our single men and women as we uncover what it is to be single and 30 today. We talked to single men and women from around the country and experts such as Pattie Stanger (Millionaire Matchmaker) and Greg Behrendt (He's Just Not That Into You) for their thoughts. No matter your dating status, everyone has something to say about this film - a film that we made for sisters around the world is being heralded by men and women alike. After three years of filmmaking we're ready to bring this exciting documentary to a theater near you - but we need a little help to the finish line.
33. Fashion Hunters (2011 TV Series)
Episode: The Promised Land (2011)
Tara and Ambria, with the help of Marie Claire editor Zanna Roberts, have to determine if a vintage jacket is a real Yves Saint Laurent couture piece. Meanwhile Sex in the City Stylist Rebecca Weinberg comes into Second Time Around shopping for clothes for Julie Henderson -- her new client, but STA doesn't have a vintage section big enough to meet her needs. Ambria wants Rebecca so much as a client that she completely ignores this fact and tells Rebecca not to worry -- STA is her go to for vintage. Leaving Ambria and team only a couple of days to find the perfect dress. Meanwhile Tara meets with a wild and crazy costume designer who has some amazing Miu Miu and Proenza shoes.
34. Lost in the Crowd (2010)
Behind the hustle and bustle of New York City's streets, there is a world that few care to see and even less dare to enter, for the life of a homeless person is fraught with constant danger, especially for those who are transgendered. Nobody knows this better than Clayton who runs an outreach program that aids young homeless people in the city. Driving up the Westside Highway, he gives us a tour of this punishing nether world where daily survival is a constant challenge and life is a kind of brutal bootcamp from which there is little chance of escape. Often cast out by their own families, these young transgendered gravitate to a subculture that embraces them and allows them to reinvent themselves. Many dream of being fashion divas and we explore the world of 'voguing,' which are balls organized by transgendered people that mimic and parody big fashion events. Willi Ninja, the now deceased, self-styled 'mother' of the House of Ninja, explains his relationship with young transgendered homeless people. Having lived an indigent lifestyle himself for many years, he was discovered by Patricia Field, the fashion designer and costume designer of Sex and the City and was also featured in the film, as well as in Paris is Burning, a documentary about the voguing scene by Jennifer Livingston. He is a role model, a success story that these kids wish to emulate. However for the vast majority of young, homeless transgendered the big break in the fashion world never materializes and as youth and health deteriorate reality sets in and they face tough choices. Kimy is a young transgender homeless from Utah who has trouble because of his criminal past. His mother gave him up when he was an infant and he was adopted by a powerful Washington lobbyist. He ran away from home and hitchhiked to New York. He makes money as a prostitute but dreams of becoming a fashion designer. Jazmine used to be homeless after running away from her family in Puerto Rico to reunite with her heroin addicted father who signed her over to ACS (American Children Services.) She supported herself through prostitution and managed to get a Bachelor's degree and became a social worker. She is proud that she has managed to defy transgender stereotypes. Adrian was adopted with his two biological brothers into a very religious family by a mother who already had eleven children. In and out of hospitals because of HIV/AIDS, he is torn between trying to comply with his religious beliefs and his transgender lifestyle. Outreach worker Clayton drives around at night with social workers, attempting to help young homeless to find food and shelter. With a past in group homes and also being HIV positive himself, he knows well what many of these young people have been through. He shows us what peer outreach workers experience during their night shifts. The stories of the young people are intercut with footage from nights on the street with the outreach vehicle and the social workers and representatives of other organizations trying to help the homeless.
35. In the Meantime (2015 Short Film)
'In the Meantime' follows the life of Charlene, Krystal and Shannon and tells about all the trials and turbulences the three of them have to go through in order to find Mr. Right.... 'In the Meantime' is 'Sex and the City' meets 'Friends'. It's a cute feel good women's journey made BY women....
36. Character Studies (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Living and Dying in 'Our Town' (2007)
A unique line-up of Oscar, Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe winners will star in a unique Character Studies documentary special, launching this summer, on PBS. Hosted by veteran stage and screen actor Eli Wallach, [whose distinguished career stretches back to 1945], the documentary about Thornton Wilder's classic Our Town will feature, among others, Frances Conroy [HBO's 'Six Feet Under'], Eric Stoltz ['Mask'], Cynthia Nixon [HBO's 'Sex and the City,' Broadway's 'Rabbit Hole'], James Naughton [Broadway's 'Chicago'], Stephen Spinella [Broadway's 'Angels in America'] and Paul Newman ['The Color of Money,' 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,' 'The Hustler']. "James Naughton directed the compelling revival of this great play at the Westport Country Playhouse, in Connecticut," explained Executive Producer Tony Vellela, "and then repeated his work when it transferred to Broadway, and then to a filmed version. All the actors have performed roles in Our Town on stage, or on film. For Character Studies, it signals the start of provocative and entertaining hour long documentaries, which take a fresh look at plays and musicals that have become part of the American cultural language." Nixon, who portrayed Emily in the Old Globe production in San Diego, points out that "we underestimate this play greatly. There are so many dark shadows amidst the soda-shop couple falling in love." To Stoltz, who played George on Broadway and on film, "Wilder, in his unadorned way, makes some shocking revelations about us, and what's wrong with how we live." For Newman, who played the Stage Manager in all versions directed by Naughton, it represented one of the most memorable stage experiences of his career. "I can't remember, even in monologues in [Tennessee Williams'] 'Sweet Bird of Youth,' when there was that kind of attention paid, and reverence. There was not a whisper. There was not a cough. There was not anything. People were riveted by this play."
37. Opposite Sex and the City (2002)
The "Opposite Sex and the City" is a male tribute to and parody of the successful HBO series "Sex and the City". When Brad Caryshaw is asked to write an apology for one of his buddies who has committed the cardinal relationship sin, he comes face to face with his own etiquette demons when Miss Little forces him into a most rancid predicament. Brad is then forced to make a choice... Whether they stay together or not is beside the point; in the end Brad realizes that as long as he has his buddies everything will be just fine.
38. Freckle and Bean (2010 TV Series)
A twelve episode web-series that explores the rat race that is Los Angeles through two bright and bold characters, Freckle and Bean. Between their second jobs (personal assistant and waitress), romantic life, and auditions we see a tongue and cheek take on Los Angeles, 'the biz', and what its really like to try and make it as an actor. Because of the eclectic cast of characters and quirky situations, the show is often described as a younger 'Sex and the City' meets a modern day 'Friends'.
39. Kitchen Confessions (2012 TV Movie)
A half-hour cooking talk show a la Sex and the City/ The View, about four women who invite a celebrity guest over for dinner to eat and dish about relationships, sex, work, and their lives over dinner.
40. Least Favorite Love Songs (2012 TV Series)
Molly is a sex-starved, struggling writer living in New Orleans. When she visits her dealer for advice, he unknowingly sets off a series of strange events that lead Molly and her indie rocker boyfriend on a string of sexual misadventures through New Orleans. "Sex in the City" meets "Peep Show" in this comedic web series about the things that make us tick. First season is available online. Second season in post production.
41. Lidia Celebrates America (2011 TV Series)
Episode: Weddings: Something Borrowed, Something New (2012)
From PBS: The second in a series of four PBS specials with celebrity chef and culinary author Lidia Bastianich continues the celebration of culture through food with a focus on the traditions surrounding weddings. The first story features an African-American wedding in New Orleans, complete with marching brass band and traditional regional cuisine that includes jambalaya, crawfish and pralines. An Indian-American wedding features actor Mario Cantone, well-known for his role as a wedding planner on TV's "Sex and the City," and Indian actress and food writer Madhur Jaffrey, who will teach Lidia and the audience about classic Indian wedding dishes, including tandoori specials, seafood kebabs and a variety of Indian breads. The third wedding features a Korean-American wedding with celebrity fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, who creates a special outfit for Lidia to wear to the wedding. "Survivor" winner and host of AMERICA REVEALED, Yul Kwon, adds commentary and perspective on Korean culture. The final wedding in the program examines the marriage of two cultures -- Irish-American and Italian-American, with music and food from each represented.
42. Armchair Directors (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Best Part/Worst Part of 2010 (2011)
It's time for Crandall & Mercy's year end review show: Best Part & Worst Part of 2010! In this epic 3-parter, we cover the blockbusters that delivered, the hidden gems you may have missed, and the films you should avoid at all costs. "Best Part" of 2010: The A-Team, The Ghost Writer, Despicable Me, Black Swan, Winter's Bone, Tron: Legacy, Tangled, Buried, True Grit, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, The Town, The Fighter, Toy Story 3, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Inception, & The Social Network. "Worst Part" of 2010: Little Fockers, Legion, The Last Airbender, Sex and the City 2, You Again, When in Rome & The Other Guys.
43. I Once Was Lost (2010 TV Series)
Real, funny, crazy but always true to heart, I Once Was Lost takes on the topic that so many of us deal with in our everyday lives but so few see presented on-screen: dating as a Christian. As a young, single professional living in the big city, Elaine wants the same thing every other young Christian woman wants: someone to share her life and beliefs with. You'd think that wouldn't be so hard, right? Think again. As Elaine navigates her way through the dating world, she soon discovers that trying to find Mr. Right while staying on the right path is easier said than done. From Speedo-wearing religion hoppers to kleptomaniacs to winnable Christian rock stars with delusions of grandeur, Elaine soon realizes that dating in the Christian world is less complicated and far crazier than she ever imagine. But even though all the disastrous dates, Elaine is determined to not compromise her faith for love, and prove that in order to find "The One," you don't have to lose yourself. Originally touted as Sex and the City goes to church, IOWL has become much more than that. Given its strong Christian themes, its humor, and the music, which has become an integral and popular part of the show, IOWL is a hit among women and men alike among broad demographics.
44. I Once Was Lost (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Put a Ring on It (2010)
Real, funny, crazy but always true to heart, I Once Was Lost takes on the topic that so many of us deal with in our everyday lives but so few see presented onscreen: dating as a Christian. As a young, single professional living in the big city, Elaine wants the same thing every other young Christian woman wants: someone to share her life and beliefs with. You'd think that wouldn't be so hard, right? Think again. As Elaine navigates her way through the dating world, she soon discovers that trying to find Mr. Right while staying on the right path is easier said than done. From Speedo-wearing religion hoppers to kleptomaniacs to winnable Christian rock stars with delusions of grandeur, Elaine soon realizes that dating in the Christian world is less complicated and far crazier than she ever imagine. But even though all the disastrous dates, Elaine is determined to not compromise her faith for love, and prove that in order to find "The One," you don't have to lose yourself. Originally touted as Sex and the City goes to church, IOWL has become much more than that. Given its strong Christian themes, its humor, and the music, which has become an integral and popular part of the show, IOWL is a hit among women and men alike among broad demographics.
45. I Once Was Lost (2010 TV Series)
Episode: Computer Love (2010)
Real, funny, crazy but always true to heart, I Once Was Lost takes on the topic that so many of us deal with in our everyday lives but so few see presented onscreen: dating as a Christian. As a young, single professional living in the big city, Elaine wants the same thing every other young Christian woman wants: someone to share her life and beliefs with. You'd think that wouldn't be so hard, right? Think again. As Elaine navigates her way through the dating world, she soon discovers that trying to find Mr. Right while staying on the right path is easier said than done. From Speedo-wearing religion hoppers to kleptomaniacs to winnable Christian rock stars with delusions of grandeur, Elaine soon realizes that dating in the Christian world is less complicated and far crazier than she ever imagine. But even though all the disastrous dates, Elaine is determined to not compromise her faith for love, and prove that in order to find "The One," you don't have to lose yourself. Originally touted as Sex and the City goes to church, IOWL has become much more than that. Given its strong Christian themes, its humor, and the music, which has become an integral and popular part of the show, IOWL is a hit among women and men alike among broad demographics.
46. I Once Was Lost (2010 TV Series)
Episode: The Devil You Don't (2010)
Real, funny, crazy but always true to heart, I Once Was Lost takes on the topic that so many of us deal with in our everyday lives but so few see presented onscreen: dating as a Christian. As a young, single professional living in the big city, Elaine wants the same thing every other young Christian woman wants: someone to share her life and beliefs with. You'd think that wouldn't be so hard, right? Think again. As Elaine navigates her way through the dating world, she soon discovers that trying to find Mr. Right while staying on the right path is easier said than done. From Speedo-wearing religion hoppers to kleptomaniacs to winnable Christian rock stars with delusions of grandeur, Elaine soon realizes that dating in the Christian world is less complicated and far crazier than she ever imagine. But even though all the disastrous dates, Elaine is determined to not compromise her faith for love, and prove that in order to find "The One," you dont have to lose yourself. Originally touted as Sex and the City goes to church, IOWL has become much more than that. Given its strong Christian themes, its humor, and the music, which has become an integral and popular part of the show, IOWL is a hit among women and men alike among broad demographics.
47. Celebrity Food Fight (2006 TV Movie)
What happens when you take two celebrities teamed up with two world renowned chefs, put them through culinary boot camp, then make them compete against each other in an ultimate cook-off? One big Celebrity food fight happens! Join host Al Roker as he follows Soap star Morgan Fairchild teamed with Chef Todd English, and Sex in the City's Mario Cantone teamed with Chef Daniel Boulud in a battle with their boxing gloves off and their oven mitts on! With 90 minutes on the clock, and three culinary giants as judges, these two celebrity chefs must shop for their ingredients and make their culinary skills come to life. This is a race against the clock for bragging rights as the first Celebrity Food Fight champion. Be careful, it could get messy! Starring Morgan Fairchild and Mario Cantone. Hosted by Al Roker.
48. Single in the ATL (2011)
"NEW YORK" has SEX AND THE CITY, but "ATLANTA" has SINGLE IN THE ATL . This movie will take you on a journey through the lives of Storm Brooks, Chase Stallone, and Ed Jones. Step into their world to witness their antics, mishaps, and experiences that they encounter while living as single men in the ATL.
49. Heklina (2013 Documentary)
Heklina is the founder and hostess of Trannyshack, currently San Francisco's longest-running drag show. Performing since 1996, she appears in local theater (Sex in the City, Golden Girls, Roseanne parodies) while producing and hosting a variety of events (Trannyshack, Daytime Realness, gay pride activities). From her early days growing up in Iceland, a discharge from the navy, overcoming drugs and alcohol, Heklina has emerged as one of the premiere performers in the alternative drag scene in San Francisco and beyond. This documentary takes you into the world of alternative drag through the perspective of one of its key players. But don't worry; this documentary intends to safely deliver you back out.
50. Butch in the City (2003 Short Film)
In this spoof of "Sex and the City," Terry Madshaw writes a column "Butch in the City." She's in a funk, New York has her down, she's not finding love. At a bar, she chats with her three closest friends, Marnie, Charlie, and Sam. They think she's talking about the great butch debate - being an outlaw or seeking the "gay straight life" with a partner, a ceremony of commitment, and a house. But Terry's thinking about something else: having sex with a man. After her pals can't dissuade her, they insist on going with her to the trendy club where she waits to get picked up. When the opportunity arises, will she take it? What will she write in her next column?
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