Just when Carrie is almost ready to leave for Paris for good, Mr. Big calls and turns up in his limousine- yet she walks out for her last dinner with the girls, where Charlotte cries and Miranda makes up. Samantha has her personal input, from nature and experience, concerning a cancer benefit. Once in Paris, Carrie loves the city but less sharing Petrovsky's love with his bratty daughter Chloe and his time with an artists obligations. After a disastrous day shopping, her confidence is down like her credit-card credit and she looses her Carrie necklace- another reason to call Miranda, homesick for New York and thinking about Big, who turns to the girls there. Written by
Did You Know?
Michael Patrick King
met future presidential candidate Senator John McCain at the Writers Guild Awards where McCain said "When Carrie is in that restaurant at the end and everyone's speaking french and that rap music is playing, I just though 'Bring on Big!'" King asked if he watched it with his wife or daughter and the senator replied "No, I watch it alone." See more
When Mr. Big is meeting Charlotte, Miranda, and Samantha in the coffee shop, his part moves from being parted on the right when he walks in, to the left when he is sitting at the table. See more
[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.
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References An American in Paris
The Big O
Written and Performed by Patrick Woodland
and Alisa Eisenberg See more