Sex and the City: Season 5, Episode 8

I Love a Charade (8 Sep. 2002)

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The girls have a all with entertainer Bobby Fine, but are baffled when the ever presumed homo announces his marriage to society lady Bitsy von Muffling. Charlotte announces her improbable ... See full summary »

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The girls have a all with entertainer Bobby Fine, but are baffled when the ever presumed homo announces his marriage to society lady Bitsy von Muffling. Charlotte announces her improbable relationship with her all but classy Jewish lawyer 'hairy' Harry, with the best sex ever, and decides to go to the wedding with him. First Samantha invites the girls and many guests to Richard's villa in the Hamptons, but finds her host-skills more challenged then expected, notably by some young girls who claim Richards standing invitation to use his pool. At the marriage just about everybody plays some charade, or is supposed to- even Stanfords super-hunky lover Marcus no longer does him in bed. Written by KGF Vissers

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Carrie Bradshaw: He doesn't need her money, he was one of the original investors in "A Chorus Line."
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A Great Way To End The Fifth Season
6 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

On a night out at a Manhattan club, Carrie is amazed to learn that her old friend Bobby Fine, a flamboyant singer, is finally getting married — and that his intended is a woman. While the initial shock never quite wears off, it does give Carrie and her friends the chance to visit the Hamptons. Once there, Samantha takes over Richard's mansion and throws a party; Charlotte's new boyfriend makes his society debut; and Carrie runs into writer Jack Berger.All happens in I Love a Charade.

This is a great way to end a truncated fifth season.In it,we see how the four women - Carrie,Charlotte,Samantha and Miranda - have transformed with their characters.First,we get to see Charlotte go out officially with her new boyfriend,Harry in public.We witness how she changed from looking at a men based on looks and sex appeal to looking more on their great personality.Also,we get to see Carrie move on with Aidan and big by going out with Jack Berger and hoping for a new relationship.Also,we get to see Miranda having fully adjusted into becoming a single mother which she has had difficulty with for the past few episodes and how much she loves Steve.And of course,we get to see Samantha humiliate the b*tches at Richard's party as a closure to their relationship.One of the best episodes ever.


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