Sex and the City: Season 4, Episode 8

My Motherboard, My Self (15 Jul. 2001)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Romance
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Carrie finally gives her house key to Aidan, but he still feels kept out of her life when she refuses to accept a new laptop from him after hers broke down mysteriously, while she didn't ... See full summary »

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Carrie finally gives her house key to Aidan, but he still feels kept out of her life when she refuses to accept a new laptop from him after hers broke down mysteriously, while she didn't even know the concept of backups, let alone zip drives. Samantha is delighted to try out the similarities between sex positions and the wrestling holds her new boyfriend teaches as a coach. When Miranda's mother dies unexpectedly, so it takes a while for the grief to kick in, Charlotte is determined to contribute to a classy ceremony. Samantha mourns the last thing anyone ever expected to forsake her: orgasms! Written by KGF Vissers

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In "My Motherboard, Myself", Charlotte offers Carrie a tissue when Carrie tells the girls that Miranda's mother has died. In the next shot, Carrie is wiping her face with a blue napkin and the tissue is back in Charlotte's hands. See more »

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Charlotte: Sex can still be great without an orgasm.
Samantha: That is such a crock of shit.
Carrie Bradshaw: She has a point.
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A Great Episode On Relationship And Friendship
5 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Carrie freaks out when her computer crashes because her whole life was on the computer. Everybody starts telling her that she should have backed up her work. Aidan buys her a new computer and a zip drive and she gets angry at him for invading her space. He gets angry at her for not letting him be a part of her life more and he gives her back her key.Miranda's mother dies.Samantha buys a guide on the street featuring 1001 sexual positions and tries them with her wrestling coach boyfriend. For some reason she can't get off and fears that she lost the ability to have an orgasm so she masturbates all day to try and get it back. Carrie, Samantha and Charlotte go to Miranda's mother's funeral to give Miranda their support and Carrie is surprised to see Aidan there.

This is a great episode about relationship and friendship.Again,we see how caring Aidan is especially after she buys Carrie a new computer which unfortunately the latter doesn't appreciate.Too bad the despite of this,Aidan remains hopeful to restore the relationship they once had inspite of Carrie's problems.Also,we get to see friendship among the four women after Miranda's mother died as outpouring support were given to Miranda by her three other friends.


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