Sex and the City: Season 3, Episode 9

Easy Come, Easy Go (6 Aug. 2000)

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Now that Miranda and Steve have fallen out of love over parenthood, they painstakingly live apart in the same flat... At Aidan Shaws's design fair, Carrie bumps into Mr. and Mrs. Big. Later... See full summary »



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Now that Miranda and Steve have fallen out of love over parenthood, they painstakingly live apart in the same flat... At Aidan Shaws's design fair, Carrie bumps into Mr. and Mrs. Big. Later, a drunken Big blurts out to Carrie that he not only wants a divorce but also wants her back. Then, when Aidan generously starts improving her apartment, the noise drives her to a hotel... Charlotte is convinced Trey is ready to propose and is presented to his mother Bunny MacDougal. She seems to control him masterfully. Later, Charlotte uses Bunny's sleeve rubbing trick and makes him thoughtlessly accept a wedding proposal by her. She instantly regrets it because it lacks the romance she desires... Sam likes giving blow-jobs, but her present lover, Adam Ball's sperm tastes really bad. Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance


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First appearance in the series for Frances Sternhagen, playing Trey's mother, Bunny. See more »


In the scene where Miranda is woken at 4am by the puppy whimpering to go out, Miranda enters the hallway and picks up the puppy who is rather large in size. In the next scene when Steve walks in the door some hours later the puppy comes to greet him and it is much smaller than the one Miranda had held in the previous scene. See more »


Charlotte: I proposed to myself.
Carrie: What?
Charlotte: Yes. I suggested he have a tomato salad, then I suggested we get married.
Carrie: Wait. What exactly did he say?
Charlotte: All righty.
Carrie: All righty? He said all righty? Now I'm thinking the upsetting thing isn't that you proposed, it's that you proposed to a guy that says "all righty".
Charlotte: Oh, Carrie, stop.
Carrie: All righty.
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18 January 2007 | by (Atlanta, GA) – See all my reviews

This is one of my favorites as well. My favorite scene is when they are all sitting down at lunch and Samantha says, "I'm dating a guy with the funkiest tasting spunk." The other ladies all look around at each other in disbelief. All of a sudden Charlotte gets up and runs out w/o a word. Then Miranda says, "and she's never coming back"! I could not stop laughing! That scene was priceless.

The guy she was dating, also played Will's boyfriend, the cop with the deep voice, on Will and Grace. This was just really a good episode all around.

Bravo to, Kim Cattrall, aka Samatha Jones for creating one of TV's unforgettable characters

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