Carrie goes to a reunion to see how here high-school crush -whom she dumped- is, and finds Jeremy got even more attractive. Back in hot Manhattan Samantha can't get trough the waiting list ... See full summary »

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Carrie goes to a reunion to see how here high-school crush -whom she dumped- is, and finds Jeremy got even more attractive. Back in hot Manhattan Samantha can't get trough the waiting list for Soho House club which has a pool with service, but picks up some Annabelle Bronstein's forgotten pass. When Stanford has paraded his hunk Marcus in front of Charlotte and Anthony, the latter proves with a photo in Honcho magazine that the stud used to work as gay escort Paul, Charlotte shows it to Miranda at the Knicks game in Madison Square Gardens where they admire her flame, doctor Robert Leeds, who treats the team but seems interested in a cheer-leader. When Jeremy stays at Carries, he tells her he's in intensive mental therapy in an excellent facility. Just when she invited the other girls and Stanford, who got to see the Honcho photo, Samanatha is found out not to be Annabella -who's British- and thrown out. Stanford his broken up with Marcus and asks Carrie to a gay prom ball- they even ... Written by KGF Vissers

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While Carrie is breaking up with her high school boyfriend, the length of her lariat necklace changes constantly depending upon the shot. See more »

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Carrie: So maybe it won't look like you thought it would in high school, but it's important to remember that love is possible. Anything is possible. This is New York.
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References Girl, Interrupted (1999) See more »

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Sex And The City Theme
Performed by Groove Armada
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Mentally I'll and promotion of stigma
12 June 2013 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This episode uses many negative associations to people that are mentally ill. These negative terms used in the episode such as 'looney bin,' 'crazy' are the reasons why mentally ill persons are subject to stigma and discrimination. Considering the series implies modern thinking in today's society, and has such a influence on modern thought,, it would have been nice to consider using the episode to bring about a positive meaning to people that are mentally ill. ................. ........ ........ ........ ....... ............. ................................... ................... .............. ........ ........ ....... ......... ........


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