Being allowed to resume her fashion apprenticeship, Carrie actually prefers working at a magazine even for family celebration of her sweet 17. It proves an opportunity to meet editor Tripp Ramsey, who shows an interest in her writing, but she looses the opportunity worrying over Sebastian, who gets drunk being stood up as usual by his mother, who suddenly arrives home anyway. The party also enable Walter not only to make up with Larissa's gay PA Bennet Wilcox but also to find a friend and patient mentor in him to prepare for coming out. Ftaher having ordered and paid Dorrit to buy Carrie a cool record, she gets caught shoplifting by cool clerk Miller, who lets her off after a scary lock-up. Written by
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The Long and Winding Road Not Taken: The title is a play on the Robert Frost poem "The Road Not Taken" that was published in 1916. See more
Dorrit uses the term "Don't have a cow." The episode was set in 1985, while that term was first coined by Bart Simpson, a character who didn't exist until 1987. See more