Sex and the City: Season 6, Episode 20

An American Girl in Paris: Part Deux (22 Feb. 2004)

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Carrie has lunch with Petrovsky's ex Juliette B. who tells her he always gives priority to his art above his partner- she finds that true and has a generally bad time. Charlotte prepares ... See full summary »

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Carrie has lunch with Petrovsky's ex Juliette B. who tells her he always gives priority to his art above his partner- she finds that true and has a generally bad time. Charlotte prepares with Anthony to receive her promised adoption baby's birth parents, but those changed their mind; ultimately she and Harry get another baby girl from China. Steve's ma Mary suffers memory loss after a mild stroke, and Miranda offers to take her in, which their maid Magda calls love. Samantha finally admits that Smith means enough to her, unlike any other man, to be jealous. Mr. Big has finally realized that he cannot be happy without Carrie and sets out to bring her back to New York, just when she was considering breaking up with the Russian anyhow. Written by KGF Vissers

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According to Michael Patrick King, the sidewalk Carrie is walking down while talking on the phone to Mr. Big is the same sidewalk she strolls down during the opening credits, only this time, Carrie is walking in the opposite direction. Michael Patrick King explains that this is meant to symbolize that Carrie's journey to find herself and find love has come full circle. See more »

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When Steve's mum, Mary, goes missing, Miranda rushes out of the house to look for her, grabbing her coat and scarf on the way out the door. She has her scarf over her shoulder and is pulling it around her neck as we see her exiting the house from behind but when we see her from the front about to go down the steps she is pulling the scarf around her neck from a different position. See more »

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Magda: What you did. That is love. You love.
Miranda: [after giving Steve's mother, who has had a stroke, a bath] Let's not make a big deal of it to Steve. It will upset him.
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A perfect ending to a perfect series
9 June 2006 | by (The Arms of Unconsciousness) – See all my reviews

It's was a bittersweet experience to see the end of a series that played a pivotal part in our culture. I wouldn't be surprised if this show wouldn't be in the history books of children a few decades from now. Women and men, whether they were single, married, divorced, gay, straight, bi, young, middle-aged, old.... all could identify with these four women and the situations they face. True, they are dramatized and it isn't real life, but we all can see intimate links of our lives with the show. A work of brilliance that would never ever be replaced. On this night women allover tuned into HBO...sipping their cosmopolitans.. gathering their friends... toasting Sex and the City, for the best six years of their lives.


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