Sex and the City: Season 2, Episode 16

Was It Good for You? (19 Sep. 1999)

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Charlotte panics about her 'bed-manner' when her lover Dr. Bram Walker dozes off in bed once after a grueling day of surgery, so she takes a tantric class - signing up all four girls; it's ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview:
Patrick Casey
Elzbieta Czyzewska ...
Dr. G Shapiro (as Elizbieta Czyzewska)
Kevin J. Flynn ...
Bram Walker (as Kevin Flynn)
David Shoffer
David Tevis
Dr. Ronnie Shapiro


Charlotte panics about her 'bed-manner' when her lover Dr. Bram Walker dozes off in bed once after a grueling day of surgery, so she takes a tantric class - signing up all four girls; it's given by hands-on demonstration by a couple of psychologists. Sam not only proclaims the dawn of pan-sexuality, but actually accepts to have a trio with gay couple David&David, flattered they call her probably the best in bed, but they walk out just when she was running hot. By coincidence Carrie bumps into (the cigarette off) very cute film composer Patrick Casey, but is puzzled how reluctantly he takes further steps, till he confesses to be a recovering alcoholic, but when she is the one hitting the breaks... Written by KGF Vissers

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Throughout the series, we hear Carrie refer to her apartment on East 72nd and 3rd Streets - towards the end of this episode, her date walks her to her building as we can see a distinct "W 4" (West 4th) sign behind them. See more »


Miranda Hobbes: [dissatisfied with her new bedsheets] Does everything I bring into this room have to have a flaw?
Carrie Bradshaw: Ha ha.
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The best episode of them all...
20 January 2007 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

I just saw this episode on another rerun a few days ago. My comment: this is definitely the best episode of them all.

The recovering alcoholic is so convincing. The way he moves from one addiction to another is deep. I wonder why the actor (Richard Joseph Paul) is not in more high-profile roles (bad agent, perhaps). He is absolutely fabulous.

Also funny with Charlotte's lover falling asleep in the middle of having sex with her.

Each time I mention the series, people always seems to remember this particular episode :o)

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