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Change of a Dress 

In order to get over her divorce, Charlotte takes up tap-dancing, but it doesn't solve her emotional state. Richard has enough confidence to admit doing it with Bebe and invite Samantha to ... See full summary »

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Charlotte York
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Miranda Hobbes
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J.J. Mitchell
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Pat (as Andre De Shields)
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Susan Sharon
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Richard Wright
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In order to get over her divorce, Charlotte takes up tap-dancing, but it doesn't solve her emotional state. Richard has enough confidence to admit doing it with Bebe and invite Samantha to join him in the luxury shower in one breath; she obliges, but still is vexed enough to have a quickie just to spite Richard, who doesn't bother. Aidan joins his fiancée Carrie in their smaller shower. Miranda learns from her gynecologist the baby is a boy, and is terrified not to be flooded by maternal feelings. The two brides go wedding shopping together, but Carrie chokes in a dress, an extreme symptom of wedding gibbers, or is it more serious? Written by KGF Vissers

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This episode marked Molly Price's second appearance in the show. She revived the character Susan Sharon from "The Awful Truth" from season 2. See more »

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Carrie: We had left the world of black and white, and now everything was gray.
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Referenced in Jeopardy!: Episode #26.12 (2009) See more »

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