When even her friends are sick and tired of Carrie's raving after the break-up with Mr. Big, she takes their advice to go to therapy, as everybody does in Manhattan, and gets a surprise ... See full summary »

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When even her friends are sick and tired of Carrie's raving after the break-up with Mr. Big, she takes their advice to go to therapy, as everybody does in Manhattan, and gets a surprise bonus: in the waiting room she meets Seth, who proves a substitutive therapy in the flesh. Samantha picks up a man in a sports bar, but will even she ever get his full and undivided attention for nonathletic practice? Miranda feels really flattered when a gorgeous man in the adjacent building goes from flirting to stripping at the window, but when she meets him learns his eye is on a male tenant one floor below hers. Written by KGF Vissers

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TV listings for this episode routinely include a note about Charlotte joining a bridge club to meet a nice man, but no such storyline is included. See more »

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When Carrie is typing after the scene at the bar, the crew are visible in the blank television screen on her right. See more »

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Samantha: If we could perpetually do blowjobs to every guy on earth, we would own the world.
Carrie: And at least our hands would be free to greet dignitaries and everything.
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Not One of My Favorite Episodes
27 August 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Carrie is forced to take her 'Big' problems to a shrink after the gals are tired of listening to her incessant break-up woes. I love this show but this episode was so irritating. Would a supposedly renowned therapist have their relationship-challenged patients coming and going through the same exit/entrance if they really cared about maintaining a mentally healthy atmosphere? The writers made the therapist seem like a talking head who incorrectly repeated back to Carrie "You were playing all these games." Carrie clearly said "HE was playing all these games." Viewers are left thinking therapy may not be tried and true if this is how therapists represent themselves. It was such a ridiculous portrayal of relationship counseling that whenever this episode comes on, I usually change channels except to watch the beautiful JB Jovi, but only on mute.


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