Sex and the City: Season 4, Episode 6

Baby, Talk Is Cheap (1 Jul. 2001)

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Samantha's lover Warren is great in bed, but addicted to something the quartet hates: baby-talk. Miranda finds an attractive man while training for the marathon whom she welcomes in her bed... See full summary »

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Tricia Watson
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Samantha's lover Warren is great in bed, but addicted to something the quartet hates: baby-talk. Miranda finds an attractive man while training for the marathon whom she welcomes in her bed, but is in doubt about his tongue's interest in her rear. Trey and Charlotte feel ready to get children, but a dinner visit by a couple with young kids shakes that confidence. Carrie's first e-mails aim to arrange double date -with Miranda and Steve- so she can get back to Aidan, who however still seems reticent. Written by KGF Vissers

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Carrie's first draft of her e-mail to Aidan, which she deletes before sending, reads (the part we can see on the screen): "Another big problem - I'm surrounded by memories of you. In my apartment, on the street, that little Moroccan restaurant we ran into when it started pouring rain on us and you kissed me over the cous cous. (Rookie tactical mistake not to have a memory-free environment. Why did we have to go to so many places?) Anyhow, I'm not holding out hope that you're going to change your mind about us. You probably have a new girlfriend by now, or several new girlfriends, and I missed my window, and I'll just have to live with that. I'm sure you feel like you can't trust me with your heart. But please know that I never meant to hurt you, and I would never do it again, because I know now (too little too late, or better late than never?) that what we had was real and rare and special, and the way it felt to kiss you is the the way I always want to feel. I hope you write me back, but if you don't I understand. Just know that I'm thinking about you and that I miss you, and that I'm still sleeping on your shoulder when I close my eyes at night. Carrie." See more »

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Miranda: [about analingus] Some guy must have found one woman that loved it and then went around telling everyone, "Women LOOOVE this!"
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The Needs Of These New Yorkers
5 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Carrie realizes she wants to get back together with Aidan. Miranda gets a surprise when she sleeps with "marathon man". Charlotte and Trey decide to start trying to have a baby. Samantha uses fake nipples and attracts a man who uses "baby-talk" during sex.

In this episode,we get to see how Carrie deals with a relationship.After realizing how much she missed Aidan,she finally deals with her emotions towards him and starts ways to get them back together.Also,we get to see Miranda deal with her sexual needs as well after losing Steve.Also,we get to see Samantha confront her never-ending sexual needs as well with a man after experiencing her so-called "sexual drought" with a lesbian partner.Finally,we also see how the familial needs that Charlotte has been wanting all her life when she and Trey decides to have a baby.Overall,the story continues as we get to see the actions taken by these New Yorkers in confronting their needs.


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