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"Sex and the City" Don't Ask, Don't Tell (2000)

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Director:
Writers:
Darren Star (creator)
Cindy Chupack (writer)
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Original Air Date:
27 August 2000 (Season 3, Episode 12)
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Plot:
When Miranda tries multi-dating, she quickly finds nobody wants a lawyer, while her same physique appeals... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Charlotte Gets Married See more (1 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Daniel Algrant  (as Dan Algrant)
 
Writing credits
Darren Star (creator)

Cindy Chupack (writer)

Candace Bushnell (book)

Produced by
Jenny Bicks .... co-executive producer
Cindy Chupack .... co-executive producer
Antonia Ellis .... co-producer
Amy Harris .... associate producer (as Amy B. Harris)
Debra Kent .... co-producer
Michael Patrick King .... executive producer
Mark McGann .... associate producer
John P. Melfi .... co-executive producer (as John Melfi)
Sarah Jessica Parker .... producer
Darren Star .... executive producer
 
Cinematography by
John Thomas 
 
Film Editing by
Wendey Stanzler 
 
Casting by
Jennifer McNamara 
 
Production Design by
Jeremy Conway 
 
Art Direction by
Charles E. McCarry  (as Charles McCarry)
 
Set Decoration by
Karin Wiesel 
 
Costume Design by
Pat Field 
Rebecca Weinberg  (as Rebecca Field)
 
Makeup Department
Judy Chin .... key makeup artist
Marjorie Durand .... makeup artist
Michelle Johnson .... key hair stylist
Nicki Ledermann .... makeup artist
Jacques Stephane Lempire .... hair stylist (as Stephane Lempire)
Sacha Quarles .... key hair stylist
Michael Justiniano .... hair stylist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Leslie Jacobowitz .... post-production supervisor
Debra Kent .... unit production manager
Liz Newman .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lyda Blank .... second assistant director
Denis Doyle .... second second assistant director
Bettiann Fishman .... first assistant director
Paul Hogan .... dga trainee
 
Art Department
Joseph Timothy Conway .... stand-by dresser (as Joe Conway)
E. David Cosier .... assistant art director
Karen Cusick .... set decorating coordinator
James Gilliar .... assistant property master
Gary Grill .... construction coordinator
Linda Harvey .... carpenter
James Hoff .... stand-by scenic
Elizabeth Linn .... scenic charge
Alexandra Mazur .... assistant set decorator
Charles E. McCarry .... assistant art director
Christopher Nelson .... leadman
Brett Pransky .... art department coordinator
Rachael Weinzimer .... props
Sabrina Wright .... property master
Joan Winters .... graphic designer (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Louis Bertini .... adr and narration editor
Nancy Cabrera .... foley artist
Bob Chefalas .... sound re-recording mixer
Anthony J. Ciccolini III .... supervising sound editor (as Chic Ciccolini III)
Sondra James .... adr group coordinator
Kim Maitland .... cable person
Douglas Murray .... foley mixer (as Doug Murray)
T.J. O'Mara .... sound mixer
Bitty O'Sullivan-Smith .... dialogue editor
Daniel Pagan .... sound effects editor (as Danny Pagan)
David Weisberg .... adr mixer
David Weisberg .... narration mixer
Joe White .... boom operator (as Joseph White Jr.)
Paul J. Zydel .... adr mixer
Paul J. Zydel .... narration mixer (as Paul Zydel)
 
Visual Effects by
Lesley Robson-Foster .... visual effects supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Craig Blankenhorn .... still photographer
Michael Caracciolo .... camera operator
Joe Collins .... first assistant camera
Joe Donohue III .... dolly grip (as Joe Donohue)
James W. Finnerty .... key grip (as Jim Finnerty Jr.)
Ted Hayes .... gaffer
John Lowry .... key grip
John R. MacDonald .... second assistant camera (as John MacDonald)
Michael Marzovilla .... cinematographer: second unit
Michael Marzovilla .... gaffer
Dave McAllister .... key rigging grip
Frank McCormack .... best boy electric
Charles Sherron .... best boy grip (as Charlie Sherron)
William M. Weberg .... best boy grip
Jendra Jarnagin .... electrician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Kerry Barden .... original casting: New York
Russell Gray .... original casting: Los Angeles
Camille Hickman .... casting associate
Billy Hopkins .... original casting: New York
Meredith Jacobson .... extras casting (as Meredith Jacobson Marciano)
Ellie Kanner .... original casting: Los Angeles
Jeremy Rich .... extras casting associate
Suzanne Smith .... original casting: New York
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Pam Aaron .... on-set costumer
Nile Cmylo .... tailor
Eric Daman .... assistant costume designer
Kevin Draves .... key costumer
Artie Hach .... assistant costume designer
Molly Rogers .... wardrobe supervisor
Kate Southern .... on-set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Brad Carpenter .... post-production coordinator
Craig Cobb .... assistant editor
Roger Doran .... colorist
Shannon Fogarty .... post-production assistant
Agnes Grandits .... assistant editor (as Agnès Challe-Grandits)
Pat Kelleher .... on-line editor
Carrie Puchkoff .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Douglas J. Cuomo .... composer: main title theme
Dan Lieberstein .... music supervisor
Debra C. Victoroff .... assistant music editor (as Debra Victoroff)
Luis Livingstone .... composer: additional music (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
John Leonidas .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Gilman Alcock .... production staff
Betsy Alton .... production coordinator
Jessica Archer .... location coordinator
Lisa Bayor .... stand-in
Seth Burch .... location manager
Steve Carr .... location scout
Ann Coatney .... stand-in
Eric M. Cyphers .... assistant: Mr. King
Findley Davidson .... production staff
Aaron Douglas .... production accountant
Tina Elmo .... production resources
Paul D. Fischer .... production associate (as Paul Fischer)
Allison Gallagher .... production staff
Rachel A. Gibson .... payroll accountant
Sara Glasser .... assistant: Mr Star
Liz Gosselin .... production staff
Allan Heinberg .... creative consultant
Rich King .... production staff
Heather Kristin .... stand-in
Ollie Levy .... script coordinator
Jessica Lichtner .... script supervisor
Maria Martin-McCloud .... assistant: Mr Star
Charles McDonald .... production staff
Gordon McGregor .... assistant: Ms. Parker
Grace Naughton .... assistant: Mr. Melfi
Heather Neeld .... production associate
Andrea O'Connor .... production staff
Bob Pitto .... assistant accountant
Tim Ray .... production staff
Jennifer Rexford .... stand-in (as Jen Rexford)
Kerry Roberts .... payroll clerk
Joseph Roddy .... production staff
Michele Soddano .... assistant accountant (as Michele A. Soddano)
Regina Stewart-Heckman .... production staff (as Regina Stewart)
José Tejada .... parking coordinator
Gayle Vangrofsky .... assistant location manager
Aury Wallington .... assistant script coordinator
Maurier Winston .... security (as Maurier 'Mo' Winston)
Josh Wolf .... production staff
Khalid Yates .... on-set security
Mikki Ziska .... production staff
Louis Zuppardi .... production staff (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Darren Star  creator

Produced by
Ute Leonhardt .... line producer (final episode)
 
Original Music by
Alan Ari Lazar 
 
Art Direction by
Peter Rogness (pilot episode)
 
Makeup Department
Linda Grimes .... second makeup artist
Richard Ogden .... makeup artist: Ms. Parker
 
Art Department
Gary Grill .... construction coordinator (1998-2000)
Ellen Lampl .... graphic designer (season 6)
Matthew Rignanese .... construction manager
Amy Lee Wheeler .... assistant to production designer (2002)
 
Sound Department
Gary Parker .... boom operator (multiple episodes)
 
Visual Effects by
Joshua Frankel .... visual effects (one episode)
 
Stunts
Jay Carrado .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jon Delgado .... electrician
Jon Delgado .... rigging electrician
Michael N. Green .... additional electrician
Gretchen Hatz .... camera production assistant (season 2)
Alec Jarnagin .... Steadicam operator
David Larue .... best boy grip (2001)
Abe Schrager .... camera operator
Roger Simonsz .... camera operator: Paris
Jonas Steadman .... additional focus puller: "a" camera (2001)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy Dempsey .... wardrobe production assistant
Rosemary Lepre .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
John David Allen .... first assistant editor (pilot episode)
Robert Krisch .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Tom Findlay .... composer: main title (as Groove Armada)
 
Other crew
Mikayla Abromowitz .... script supervisor
Ethan Anderson .... production assistant
Valerie Desjardins .... daily script
Heather Iveeld .... production staff
Joe James .... stand-in
Sondra James .... adr group coordinator
Greg Kappy .... assistant location manager (Los Angeles episodes)
Erica Kay .... office production assistant (pilot episode)
Daniel Lowe .... production assistant
Alison McDonald .... production staff (season 3)
James Mount .... stand-in: Aidan and others (seasons 2-4)
Sean Oliver .... adr loop group
Robert Paschall Jr. .... production assistant
Shea Varge .... production assistant
David Velasco .... location scout (season 6)
 
Distributors
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Additional Details

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Argentina:30 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Charlotte gets married to Trey in this episode.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When the girls are with Charlotte being fitted for bridesmaid's dresses in Vera Wang, shots of Carrie alternate between her black bra straps showing from under her strapless dress, and no straps visible.See more »
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Charlotte Gets Married, 4 September 2013
Author: SiliconDesertMan40 from United States

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Carrie struggles to find the right time to tell Aidan about her affair. Miranda tells a guy she's a stewardess in hopes of getting a date. Charlotte has her dream wedding and marries Trey MacDougal—even after attempted late-night tryst reveals Trey's serious shortcomings. Cunning linguist Samantha sleeps with Trey's Scottish cousin, despite being unable to understand him.

As the episodes continue,we get to see Carrie's relationship problems unfold and Charlotte fulfilling her dream of finally getting married.Both events provide sadness and joy respectively.To add humor to the episode,we get to see Samantha seduce Trey's cousin and Miranda pretending to be a stewardess to get a date.LOL

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