Sex and the City: Season 3, Episode 16

Frenemies (1 Oct. 2000)

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Miranda thinks she's stood up, but when she calls him hears he's dead and accepts to go to the wake. When Charlotte tells Trey is now sexually interested in her but still can't perform, Sam... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jane Summerhays ...
Claire Anne
Dark Guy
Eunice Wong ...
Girl #3
Shelley Dickinson ...
Jen Rexford ...


Miranda thinks she's stood up, but when she calls him hears he's dead and accepts to go to the wake. When Charlotte tells Trey is now sexually interested in her but still can't perform, Sam convinces her it's a classical Madonna-whore-complex; after a meeting with her sorority sisters convinces her she's becoming truly sexually adult, she is determined to transcend her Madonna-limitations. Samantha is not only humping Sebastian but finds her true equal, or is that actually a degree more nymphomaniac? Carrie realizes only accepting to give a class on dating that she really doesn't know so much. Written by KGF Vissers

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Throughout the series Charlotte mentions being a alumna of Kappa Kappa Gamma at Smith College. In reality, Smith does not have sororities, so this could not be possible. See more »


Carrie Bradshaw: Have you met Liz? She works in TV.
Guy: Get outta here! I love TV!
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Not Just A Filler
4 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Carrie gives a couple of seminars on meeting men to a packed audience of women, who ask some pointed questions that show her up badly. Samantha finds a new friend in Claire Anne, who turns out to be more than her equal. Charlotte succeeds in making herself more sexually attractive to Trey. At the funeral of a would-be boyfriend, Miranda agrees to a date with another man, despite Carrie's warnings to her.

This is another entertaining episode.We get to see a lot of laughs especially when Carrie gives a couple of seminars and Charlotte gets really frustrated with her predicament in a sexless marriage.Also,we get to see Miranda trying to be hopeful about her date only to find out later what Carrie as warned about her.Finally,we also see Samantha meeting a new friend who is just like her.Overall,it was brilliant and great writing with the story continuing to go on and not just a filler.

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