Architect and amazing lover Jack, an ideal catch for princess Charlotte, whom she met at many disease benefits, strongly suggest a trio with another woman- the friends are divided if or how. Samantha does it with married 37-year old wine importer Ken Shear; when he tells his wife Ruth, she insists Sam participates in his fantasy, a threesome, to save her marriage. Carrie is surprised nearly everybody has trios, and startled Mr. Big is divorced, from publisher Barbara, who proves a great lady and even interested professionally in Carrie's on the spot invented novel theme -intolerable, as if she were in bed with her and Big- and tells he was the cheater! Irritated to be the only one not asked for a trio by a friend, Miranda answers a couple's threesome ad.
Did You Know?
When Carrie says "Moe, Larry, Curly" she is referring to Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard from the slapstick comedy vaudeville act, The Three Stooges. See more
Carrie is talking about threesomes amidst clips of trios, all one-male, two-female. However, one of the shots (4:26) is of three male mallard ducks. See more
[voice over narration
Once upon a time in a magical land called Manhattan a young woman fell in love. Charlotte and Jack locked eyes at a black tie benefit for Epstein/Barr. She chased him through every disease in New York. They've been officially dating since retinus pigmentosis. Jack was perfect for her. Architect, philanthropist, and the sex was amazing. Late one night, Jack popped the inevitable question.
So... what are you fantasies?
Oh, God. I'd love to own my own gallery, and ...
References The Partridge Family
Written by Rudy Clark
and Arthur Resnick
Performed by The Rascals
(as The Young Rascals) See more