Sex and the City: Season 4, Episode 5

Ghost Town (24 Jun. 2001)

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While Miranda has the feeling there is a ghost in her apartment, Carrie feels haunted when she gets an invitation for the new bar opened by Steve Brady and her own ex Aiden Shaw, but ... See full summary »

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While Miranda has the feeling there is a ghost in her apartment, Carrie feels haunted when she gets an invitation for the new bar opened by Steve Brady and her own ex Aiden Shaw, but considers he must go as a step to becoming friends again. Samantha gets fed up with Maria's raving about relationships and just misses mens dicks. Charlotte feels it was bad enough Bunny dominated the interior-decoration of their apartment, but then she dictates what type of bed they should get and when he catches a cold even moves in to nurse her 'little boy' exactly as she always did. Written by KGF Vissers

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Past Loves And Relationships
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Miranda is invited to the opening of Steve's bar, but is afraid to go because he seems to be getting on with his life while she's been living the same life she did except she's still single now. She asks Carrie to join her, but Carrie is reluctant once sees that Aidan is Steve's partner. However, after mature thinking, Carrie decides that if Aidan can be a bigger person and invite her, she can be even bigger and buys him a plant. When she enters the bar Steve tells her Aidan didn't invite her; he did. Shocked, Carrie flees the scene before she runs into the ghost of Aidan. Meanwhile, Charlotte is faced with a ghost of her own when Bunny insists they buy her preferable mattress. Suddenly Charlotte realizes that their apartment is more Bunny than her and decides to take a stand in the name of her marriage. Samantha is bored with all the talking and soaking of her lesbian relationship, and Maria buys her a strap-on to make up for Sam's dick abstinence. Unfortunately she never knew how hard it was to be the man on sex and throws out her back. At the opening, Miranda and Carrie both confront their ghosts. But while Miranda is now exorcised of any danger of remote feelings for Steve, Carrie doesn't feel so safe.

In this episode,we get to see Carrie and Miranda confront about their past relationships with Aiden and Steve respectively.Do both ladies still feel the same way?Do they miss them?It was a good to find out especially since we all know how much happiness they experienced while they were still together.Also,we get see Samantha feeling bored with her relationship towards a lesbian.In the same way,she misses being someone who belongs to the opposite sex.In the end,we get to see these New Yorkers confront their past.


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