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If you’re into gallows humor, this is your episode. After Miranda’s mother suddenly dies of a heart attack in Pennsylvania, Charlotte becomes the “Martha Stewart of death”; Samantha runs through 1,001 sex positions with the wrestling coach from NYU in search of her “lost” orgasm; and Carrie is spectacularly awful to Aidan, even after he purchases her a fabulously retro turquoise MacBook (with handle) when her old computer dies. It’s worth revisiting just for the moment when Samantha casually damns her fellow suburban mourners with the phrase, “Well, I’m not gonna find my orgasm in this town.” While certain Sex and the City subplots have aged badly, Miranda’s back and forth over whether to move forward with a pregnancy in “Coulda Woulda Shoulda” is handled with incredible sensitivity. Ditto Charlotte’s frustration over struggling to conceive, and Carrie’s qualms about telling Aidan that she had an abortion as a 22-year-old. Bringing some welcome comic relief: Samantha, who spends most of the episode in pursuit of a Birkin, only to find herself at odds with her client, Lucy Liu, after she uses the A-lister’s name to jump Hermès’s famously long waitlist.
There are a lot of milestones in this episode—none of which are tackled conventionally. Charlotte attempts to tap-dance her way through a divorce. Miranda “fakes” a sonogram (“Everyone else is glowing about my pregnancy, when will I?”), and Carrie has an allergic reaction to the prospect of marriage—breaking out in a rash after trying on a puff-sleeved, rhinestone-covered wedding dress. Samantha, on the other hand, finds herself considering monogamy after falling for toxic bachelor archetype Richard. Of the many Sex and the City episodes that function as a paean to New York, “Anchors Away” is the most enjoyable to watch. (Notably, the team filmed it just after 9/11.) Having given birth in the previous season’s finale, Miranda adjusts to the realities of motherhood, in spite of telling the other girls to just think of Brady “as a big purse,” while the rest of the girls cruise sailors in honor of Fleet Week, with both Samantha and Charlotte taking the opportunity to turn flasher for the night. It also features the iconic scene in which Samantha posts angry flyers about Richard cheating all over Manhattan, with the support of a female member of the NYPD.
This episode largely centers on Carrie, who, after reading about Big and Natasha’s Hamptons wedding in the New York Times’s Style section, obsessively compares herself to the Ralph Lauren executive—dragging Samantha along to a Women in the Arts luncheon in the hopes of bumping into her nemesis. Far more importantly, this is the first Sex and the City episode featuring Miranda’s housekeeper and nanny Madga, who makes artful displays out of herbal tea bags and replaces Miranda’s vibrator with a Virgin Mary statuette. Miranda’s impeccable response: “I’m a 34-year-old, single woman living in New York. I drink coffee, have sex, buy pies, and enjoy battery-operated devices.” “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” takes the fairytale Upper East Side wedding and turns it on its head, with Charlotte discovering Trey’s impotence problem on the eve of their nuptials. She decides to go through with the ceremony anyway (“Charlotte was 34, single, and standing in a $14,000 dress—she was getting married”). Meanwhile, true to selfless form, Carrie tells Aidan about her Big mistake on her best friend’s wedding day, then arrives late to the church. To quote Samantha, “Marriage doesn’t guarantee a happy ending, just an ending.”
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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