Sex and the City: Season 6, Episode 2

Great Sexpectations (29 Jun. 2003)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Romance
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Carrie is taken with her romantic Berger, except when it comes to taking her in bed, and admits it to the other girls in the vegan restaurant where the cooking is so light it deserves the ... See full summary »

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Carrie is taken with her romantic Berger, except when it comes to taking her in bed, and admits it to the other girls in the vegan restaurant where the cooking is so light it deserves the name Raw (but restaurant?)- where Samantha dragged them just because the waiter is too hot to miss out on. Charlotte announces her unshakable intention to convert to Judaism in order to become eligible to marry Harry, but finds the rabbi most reticent. Miranda stakes her substitute love life on a state of the art video recorder, but technology can break down, especially when her housekeeper Magda sits on it. Samantha sits out an inedible marathon to be the last customer at Raw and sit on the yummy waiter and vice versa. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Carrie and Berger wake up after being drunk the night before Carrie rolls from her back to her side to face Berger. The next shows Carrie on her back again and Berger looking at her, the next shot is wide over head and has Carrie back her side. See more »

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CarrieCharlotte: Who else has news?
Charlotte: I do. But you will have to put down your menus because I need your undivided attention.
Samantha: Well, you'll have to shoot our waiter. Will you look at that ass?
Charlotte: I have something a bit shocking to say. And after I say it, I don't want anyone to react because I'm very happy with my decision. I'm becoming a Jew.
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Charlotte Embraces Judaism
6 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Carrie and Berger's dates sizzle in the restaurants, but fizzle in the bedroom. Miranda becomes addicted to a British show featuring an interracial romance. A tenacious Charlotte pursues converting to Judaism for Harry. Samantha and the girls go to a cold-food restaurant where Samantha meets hot waiter Jerry Jerrod.

In the second episode,we get to realize that Carrie's relationship problems continues with Berger.Also,we see the efforts of Charlotte as she tries to embrace Judaism in order to fulfill the dreams of having a family.And also,we get to see Samantha meet Jerry Jerrod.Will he be the one the she end up with?Added to that,we see Miranda move forward from Steve by becoming addicted to a TV show.Things become exciting as the viewer looks forward to the succeeding episodes.


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