When Sally is told sex can lead to pregnancy, she doesn't know what to do. After some advice, she learns about birth control and starts taking the pill, but this gives her terrible mood swings. To complicate things further, she doesn't tell Don what's going on because she doesn't want him to think she doesn't want his child. In the meantime, Dick learns what tipping is but decides to change the concept a bit and ignorant Harry and Tommy become panhandlers. Written by
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When Officer Don is awakened from sleep, he is always dreaming of historical women. In this episode, it's Eleanor Roosevelt. See more
The waitress leaves and returns several times to Dick and Mary's table. On the last trip to the table, the waitress comes out of the kitchen into the room via a swinging door, only this time the swinging door stays open. See more
Sally, I'm starving. What's for dinner?
Oh, I made you some hamburgers. They're down at the hamburger place. All you have to do is go there, order them, pay for them.
References Sex and the City