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Emily Cline ...
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Sandra Daley ...
Andy Fowle ...
Michelle Griffin ...


Miranda discovers she was invited at Nick's, where all guests are asked with which movie star in the prime they would have loved to do it, to make a change with all those brainless models he keeps dating. The girlfriends see models as a living nightmare as those terribly demanded competitors actually walk around in Manhattan, giving them socially imposed inferiority complexes, except man-eater Sam. Carrie's friend poor painter Barkley, a serial 'modelizer', treats models as things and secretly videotapes his sex with them; Sam sees him as a challenge for her as superior non-model, and even insists to be taped. Stanford introduces Carrie to his friend and best client, gorgeous underwear-model Derek 'The Bone', who actually asks to stay the night with her and is even more shy and lonely then mortals who crave models, wanting to become a cop in his Iowa home town. Written by KGF Vissers

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6 June 1998 (USA)  »

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When Carrie and Stanford are leaving Derek in the dressing room, the audio plays "bye" but his lips read "okay" or "alright". See more »


[first lines]
Carrie Bradshaw: [voice over narration] Last night my friend Miranda got invited to a dinner party by a man she hardly knew. She was the date of Nick Waxler, a fairly successful sports agent who'd said she had nice legs.
Nick Waxler: Okay, old movies you would have liked to fuck when they were young.
Miranda Hobbes: Alive or dead?
Nick Waxler: It doesn't matter. Veronica Lake, the year she made 'Sullivan's Travels'.
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References Sullivan's Travels (1941) See more »


Sex And The City Theme
Performed by Groove Armada
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This Episode Was Upsetting
30 June 2013 | by (Washington, USA) – See all my reviews

First of all, I know that some people find beautiful women to be shallow but just because a girl is thin and beautiful doesn't mean she is stupid, illiterate, or lazy. Not all girls uses beauty to get what they want in life.

Also the final statement by Mr. Big about women, so many people read into that as that you can't be beautiful and funny, but there are tones of funny girls who are beautiful.

I was also offended by the TV art where he filmed all those women without permission. I also I work with models at lot in my profession and I have to say I have never worked with a model would slept around all the time, nor have I met more than 1 or 2 who were dumb.

I think this episode unappreciated the work and dedication it takes to become a model. You have to work more than one job most of the time, waitress work is the most common, you have to take your free time to rush back and forth across town to meet with designers, most of whom will make you try on tons of clothing, critique everything about you, and then not hire you. It takes so much time, money, and dedication, if someone was really lazy and unintelligent they couldn't become a model.

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