Sex and the City: Season 4, Episode 13

The Good Fight (6 Jan. 2002)

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Carrie finds living together with Aidan cramps their space, literally as well as figuratively in secret singular behavior. Samantha is hot enough on Richard to give him a blow job, even in ... See full summary »



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Francine Beers ...
Mrs. Cohen


Carrie finds living together with Aidan cramps their space, literally as well as figuratively in secret singular behavior. Samantha is hot enough on Richard to give him a blow job, even in his glass wall-office, but resists any romance. Trey is ready to get on with life without a baby, but Charlotte is offended by any alternative and throws a ladies night which ends quickly as they witness a livid marital row. Miranda has a last hot sex partner, Walker Lewis, before her pregnancy is too far advanced. Written by KGF Vissers

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This is the first episode to have the new opening credits after the attacks on the World Trade Center towers on Sept. 11th, 2001. The show's title was replaced with a different view of the Manhattan skyline, and the Empire State Building is shown (instead of the World Trade Center) when Sarah Jessica Parker's name is announced. This continued until the final episode, "An American Girl in Paris (Part Deux)" in 2004. See more »


When Samantha answers the phone, she says "Richard, it's Sunday." The display on her cell phone shows 07/20/01, which was a Friday. See more »


Carrie: You can stay here with your boxes of shit and your shoe-eating dog, and knock yourself out putting on the rogaine and the speedstick!
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Performed by Richard Worth
(After fighting with Aidan, Carrie goes to Starbucks to think and type)
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5 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Maybe having Aidan move in wasn't such a good idea, as Carrie feels her apartment overcrowded with stuff that isn't hers and noise that disturbs her alone time. Things only get worse once Carrie's old neighbor tells her she's not moving out until the end of the month, postponing Aidan's plans of breaking the walls. After a big fight, Carrie and Aidan spend three days without talking to each other, until she breaks and apologizes first. Turns out there's a lot more about moving in than just throwing out some one-time-worn clothes in order to make room for your future husband's stuff. Meanwhile, Samantha freaks out because she is actually falling in love with her perfect-dicked boss; Charlotte is extremely offended when Trey gives her a cardboard baby and Miranda wonders if having sex is going to hurt the baby.

Having arguments and fighting with each other are the theme of this episode.In it,we get to see Aidan and Carrie quarrel upon living together.Also,we get to see Miranda go into dates as she continuously quarrels with Steve and could not make a relationship work despite being pregnant.Charlotte and Trey are also quarreling with each other due to baby issues.Finally,we get to see Samantha finding quarreling to be sexy as she falls in love with her boss that she does not get along with.In the end,we get to see how the effects of quarreling of women towards men.It may be bad as expected or it may be good unexpectedly.

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