Sex and the City: Season 4, Episode 10

Belles of the Balls (29 Jul. 2001)

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Since Steve's testicular amputation, balls are a sensitive subject; he even wants a prosthesis, however supportive Miranda insists they don't matter to women. Now his movie star- girlfriend... See full summary »



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Willow's voice


Since Steve's testicular amputation, balls are a sensitive subject; he even wants a prosthesis, however supportive Miranda insists they don't matter to women. Now his movie star- girlfriend has dumped him, Carrie must receive hart-broken Mr. Big at pissed-off Aidan's cabin. Trey is offended when Charlotte insists to have his sperm quality tested and needs personal encouragement once he's in the boot. Samantha wants a job from hotel tycoon Richard Wright, but fears that he refuses to hire a woman. Written by KGF Vissers

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Steve: Who's gonna fuck a uniball bartender?
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Performed by Walter Salas-Humara
from the CD "Music from Studio W, Volume 1"
(Carrie ponders the difference between men and women)
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Humanity Among The Characters
5 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Carrie returns to the countryside with Aiden, and inadvertently invites Mr. Big after Willow breaks up with him. While there, Aiden and Big are constantly at odds, and end up fighting, leaving Carrie to mediate. Back in New York, Trey goes to have his sperm tested but can't get it in the cup, Miranda and Steve meet a specialist about a prosthetic testicle, and Samantha goes to a job interview.

This is definitely one of the better episodes of Sex And The City.Inspite of nothing much happening,we get to see Carrie's relationship problems magnified after Mr Big and Aiden gets into a fight.Also,we get to see Charlotte's immense desire of having a family particularly having children after she and Trey makes loves in the fertility clinic when the latter had a hard time getting off semen into a cup.Aside from that,we get to see Steve and Miranda deal with the testicular cancer that Steve has as both go to a therapist.It only shows how Miranda loves him so much.Finally,this is one episode that humanizes Samantha when she cried in the elevator after getting rejected in a job interview.In the end,this episode humanizes every character on the show.

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