Sex and the City: Season 1, Episode 4

Valley of the Twenty-Something Guys (28 Jun. 1998)

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Carrie and Mr. Big keep bumping into each-other till they date (without that term) at Samantha's hot restaurant PR-opening, but he cancels last minute. The cook, just Jon, is reserved for ... See full summary »

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Carrie and Mr. Big keep bumping into each-other till they date (without that term) at Samantha's hot restaurant PR-opening, but he cancels last minute. The cook, just Jon, is reserved for Samantha's bed, but his hot friend Sam, also twenty-something (those always seem to know the right people) flirts with Carrie; Big turns up saying he was on time but couldn't find her, time to leave town. At a twenties club Sam takes Carrie on his lap and kisses really well, five hours long, and again while she helps him pick a shirt. Samantha eagerly reports on a night of sex with Jon, twenties-men are so hot and consider thirties-women a good deal. Charlotte is embarrassed Bryant explicitly asked for anal sex, Miranda warns her not to give in on respect which is power, Samantha says a hole is just that; Charlotte gets a decent first date. Samantha realizes she'll always feel older with twenties-men, and resolves to give them up. After Big brought his just divorced friend Jack to their drink, Carrie... Written by KGF Vissers

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When Carrie receives a phone call from Samantha, her voice over says she needs her morning Marlboro Light, however, when she picks up her pack of cigarettes, it is a pack of Merits. See more »

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Carrie: [narrating voice over] Once upon a time... in a kingdom faraway, a certain man and a slightly less certain woman kept bumping into one other. They seemed to meet everywhere. On street corners. At parties. It was almost as if they were dating accidentally. And then, after another chance meeting, at a wealthy lawyer's new son's rbis, they decided to pick a time to bump into each other on purpose.
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Amazing Episode
1 July 2013 | by (Washington, USA) – See all my reviews

I enjoyed this episode a lot more than most of the episodes in Season 1. The idea of dating younger men is really hip among contemporary projects since the late 90's. I think it is because we are becoming more open about relationships and realizing that gender and age don't really matter when you lust for or love someone.

I thought that the realization Carrie has about men being a drug was the best part of the episode. It was that moment in which the audience realized with her that it isn't about their age, their job, or even if they like you back, it is about the fact that all romantic relationships make you feel like you're floating on air and that feeling is addictive.

Carrie seemed to be dating the younger man for validation in herself though, where as Miranda just wanted someone who wouldn't challenge her. I think the reasons behind the girl's choices in men where a little unreasonable and over the top, but it wouldn't be SATC if there wasn't something drama-queen like in the story line.


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