Sex and the City: Season 4, Episode 16

Ring a Ding Ding (27 Jan. 2002)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Romance
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Carrie has an opportunity to buy her apartment since it's going coop, but without her ex-fiancé Aidan can't get enough capital together, so she must consider a cheaper lifestyle; Miranda ... See full summary »

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Carrie has an opportunity to buy her apartment since it's going coop, but without her ex-fiancé Aidan can't get enough capital together, so she must consider a cheaper lifestyle; Miranda calculates she wasted some $40,000 on her shoe obsession. Samantha takes a Chanel bag and other luxury gifts from Richard as a declaration of love, till she realizes how impersonal the cards are. Charlotte wanted to get her wedding ring converted to a necklace, but the words 'melt it down' make her realize she's not that ready yet. Realizing her financial misery after seeing unaffordable apartments she wouldn't even want, Carrie considers accepting a loan from Big, but after Sam and Miranda say they would rather spring her themselves tears up his check. Charlotte takes a volunteer job in the museum, and Carrie, who can only get freelance work with Vogue, works her frustrations out on the rich girl, who tells her off to manage her own finances like an adult. Taking a bath in Richards apartment, Sam ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Charlotte York: Carrie, I love you. But it is not my job to fix your finances. You are a thire-five-year-old woman. You have to learn how to stand on your own.
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End Of Carrie-Aidan Relationship
5 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Aidan moves out and leaves Carrie the option of either buying back her apartment for what he paid for it or selling it off but she doesn't have enough money for a loan so she goes to see Mr. Big who writes her a check but she finally decides that she wants to do it on her own so she tears up the check. Charlotte ends up giving her her wedding ring so that Carrie can use it as collateral to get her loan.Samantha discovers that Richard isn't the one that's shopping for all the presents that he buys her and that he isn't even signing the cards but his assistant is the one who does it so she gets his assistant to sign the most recent card "Love Richard" to trick him into saying I love you. Miranda and Steve discuss custody of their soon to be child.

In this episode,we get to see the development of the Carrie-Aidan relationship.We see how it ends and how Mr.Big once again enters the picture after writing her a check for what Aidan paid for it.Also,we get to see how Charlotte diminishes her previous marriage as she uses her wedding ring to Carrie to be used as a collateral.In the Richard- Samantha relationship,we soon find out the truth and Samantha realizes how much it hurts when one she loves doesn't love her back.Finally,we get to see Steve and Miranda discuss about the future of their child.Overall,we get to see how much changes the all four women are undergoing and the character development that is happening in the story.


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