Take Me Out to the Ballgame
In the Season Two premiere, Carrie follows up the struggle of breaking up with Mr. Big by dating a "new Yankee." Meanwhile, Samantha expresses dissatisfaction with her boyfriend's lack of manhood and Charlotte's man has a problem with his crotch adjustments.
The Awful Truth
Carrie invites Mr. Big to her birthday party, Samantha must tell her boyfriend about his shortcomings, Charlotte gets a puppy, and Miranda musters up the courage to talk dirty with her lover.
The Freak Show
Carrie dates numerous freaks before turning into one herself when she meets a nice guy named Ben. Meanwhile, Samantha goes on a date with a man who likes to be disciplined and Charlotte begins to realize that Mr. Pussy might be only good for one thing.
They Shoot Single People, Don't They?
While Carrie begins to enjoy the single life, Miranda must fake an orgasm with a lover and Samantha gets "taken in" by a club-owning jerk. Charlotte convinces herself to like a 'fix-it' actor friend.
Four Women and a Funeral
Charlotte falls for a widower ... who she meets at a fashion designer's funeral. Meanwhile, Carrie mends some fences with Mr. Big, Samantha makes the mistake of trying to seduce a celebutante's husband, and Miranda has panic attacks after buying her own place.
The Cheating Curve
Carrie officially gets back with Big, Charlotte is swept away by the Power Lesbian elite, Miranda finds herself competing with a boyfriend's porno films, and Samantha gets a "lightning bolt" from her personal trainer.
The Chicken Dance
Miranda's interior decorator and her friend from London fall in love at first sight and invite the girls to be part of their wedding ... much to their dismay!
The Man, The Myth, The Viagra
While Carrie and Big continue their new relationship, Samantha begins seeing a 72-year-old millionaire, and Miranda hooks up with a nice bartender.
Old Dogs, New Dicks
Carrie tries to fix some of Big's annoying habits, Charlotte begins seeing an uncircumcised man, and Samantha bumps into an old boyfriend who is now a drag queen.
The Caste Systems
Carrie and Big say "I love you." Meanwhile, Miranda breaks it off with the bartender, Samantha dates a rich guy with a duplicitous servant, and Charlotte gets caught in the fast lane with hot-shot movie star.
Carrie tries (unsuccessfully) to leave some feminine items behind at Big's place. Meanwhile, Miranda discovers that she has a "lazy" ovary, Charlotte has questions about her new boyfriend, and Samantha plots a revenge scheme against an ex.
La Douleur Exquise
Big tells Carrie that he is moving to Paris for six months, Samantha introduces the girls to the hottest S&M restaurant in town, Charlotte's shoe fetish is counterbalanced, and Miranda meets a guy who only enjoys sex when he is at risk of being caught.
Games People Play
Carrie meets another "wrong" guy in her shrink's waiting room, Samantha dates a sports addict, Charlotte joins a bridge club in order to meet a nice guy, and Miranda plays "peep show" with a man in the building across from her.
The Fuck Buddy
Carrie makes a date with her "buddy." Meanwhile, Samantha enjoys the action of a couple next door, Charlotte starts double-booking dates with men, and Miranda dates a mean and controlling man.
Carrie dates a short-story writer ... and his family. Miranda begins dating a divorced father, while Samantha sleeps with Charlotte's brother.
Was It Good for You
Carrie questions dating an alcoholic man, Charlotte is troubled when her latest lover falls asleep during sex, and Samantha's gay friends make an intriguing request.
Twenty-Something Girls vs. Thirty-Something Women
Carrie and the girls get a share in the Hamptons ... where they deal with age disparities: Charlotte gets crabs from a younger guy and Carrie finds that Mr. Big is dating a 26-year-old girl.
Ex and the City
In the Season Two finale of this hit comedy series, Big reveals to Carrie that he and 26-year-old Natasha are engaged. Meanwhile, Miranda and Steve get back together, and Samantha gets involved with Mr. Too Big.
Where There's Smoke
In the Season Three premiere, Carrie and the girls enjoy the NYC Fire Department's Calendar Competition. Samantha fulfills a fiery fantasy with Mr. July!
Carrie's political consciousness is raised as a new companion lobbies for her affection, but their different sexual code of ethics raises problems. Charlotte decides to throw a "used date" party, Miranda is pushed to confront her ambivalence about Steve, Samantha is conflicted about dating a munchkin who happens to be a powerhouse in bed.
Attack of the Five Foot Ten Woman
Carrie runs into Big's new bride and commits to attending a luncheon. Samantha treats everyone to a day at the spa, but her sexual antics get her in trouble. Miranda's new Ukranian housekeeper takes cleaning up Miranda's life too far -- with lectures about marriage and herbal teas.
Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl ...
Carrie engages in a game of Spin the Bottle with her bisexual love interest. Samantha deals with a chauvinistic new assistant. Miranda begins to embody "guy" attributes when her relationship with Steve grows claustrophobic.
No Ifs, Ands or Butts
Carrie considers quitting smoking when her habit almost ruins her chances with Aidan, a very hot and eligible furniture designer. Charlotte's first date with Brad goes spectacularly ... until the good night kiss. Samantha's relationship with a sexy African American guy is smooth sailing until his sister gets in the way.
Are We Sluts?
Samantha's late-night visitors are seen as the cause when an old woman in her apartment building is robbed. Miranda finds out that she has an STD. Carrie learns that romance isn't dead when Aidan decides to wait until the time is right to do the much-anticipated deed.
Carrie begins to question her relationship with Aidan, but an unexpected encounter with Mr. Big makes her realize the less drama, the better. Miranda notices that Steve is way too comfortable with their relationship when she discovers she's living with "skidmark man." Charlotte meets an eligible doctor named Trey.
The Big Time
Charlotte tells the girls she thinks her new love Trey may be "the one." Samantha fears that she may be going through "the change of life" until she accidentally ruins someone's $2,000 sheets. Steve and Miranda's relationship takes an unanticipated turn. Carrie has more surprise run-ins with Big.
Easy Come, Easy Go
After a shocking revelation, Carrie and Big fall into their old habits, leading to a night of passion. Charlotte achieves her goal and ends up engaged, but not the way she had hoped. Samantha decides to put her "pick of the week" on a new diet to improve his funky-tasting "spunk."
All or Nothing
Aidan finally says "those three words," leaving Carrie guilt-ridden about her affair with Big. All is well with Charlotte's new engagement -- until Trey springs an all-too-odd prenup on her. Meanwhile, Miranda discovers the wonders of phone sex!
Running With Scissors
Carrie's affair with Big puts a strain on her relationship with Aidan -- prompting her to seek out advice from the one person she knows will lay down the law: Miranda. Charlotte's wedding plans go awry. Miranda realizes that she is attracted to a man in a sandwich costume. Samantha considers taking an AIDS test.
Don't Ask, Don't Tell
Charlotte's fast-approaching wedding continues to cause trouble as the bride has a fallout with Samantha over the proper way to wear a bridesmaid's dress while also discovering that Trey may need a dose (or two) of Viagra. Meanwhile, Carrie regrets her decision to confess to Aidan about her affair with Big.
Escape From New York
Carrie, Miranda and Samantha are fish out of water in youth-obsessed, no-smoking-anywhere L.A. Meanwhile, Samantha meets a handsome dildo model, while Miranda is mired in her New York ways. Back east, bedroom matters only get worse for Charlotte and Trey.
Sex and Another City
Sunny California shows the flaws beneath its slick veneer: Carrie is humiliated when her "agent" fling turns out to be a housesitter. Miranda finds L.A. has bestowed some unsavory changes upon an ex, and Samantha's bag is stolen at a raucous Playboy Mansion bash.
Hot Child in the City
Samantha is hired by a very rich 13-year-old girl to plan "the Bat Mitzvah of the Century." Miranda's new flame turns out to be none other than "RoboCock." Carrie meets a new mate -- who happens to live at home with his parents.
Miranda's first date turns into a wake when the guy drops dead. Meanwhile, Charlotte and Samantha duke it out over their opposing sexual philosophies. Carrie's attempt to teach a seminar on how to meet men is a flop when her students turn on her.
What Goes Around Comes Around
Carrie wonders if her 'cosmic balance' is off after being mugged and tripping down a flight of stairs. Samantha struggles to handle the needs of a college-age virgin. A nervous Miranda over-imbibes while on a date with a gorgeous guy, and Charlotte suggests a trial separation with Trey.
Cock A Doodle Do
In the Season Three finale, Samantha and Carrie battle their respective noisy neighbors: loud transsexuals and crowing roosters. Miranda is convinced the Chinese take-out lady is laughing at her for ordering food alone every night, while Charlotte vows to stop obsessing over Trey once and for all.
The Agony and The "Ex"-Tacy
In the fourth-season premiere of this smash-hit comedy series, Miranda's single life becomes a comedy routine during an engagement party, Samantha is stuck on a handsome priest and Carrie's 35th birthday party is a bust.
The Real Me
Carrie's insecurities are put to the test. Meanwhile, Samantha has sexy pictures taken so she can remember herself as a "hot chick." Also, Charlotte deals with a gynecological problem.
Carrie begins dating a good-looking jazz-club owner, and Charlotte and Trey re-ignite their passion ... all over Manhattan, and Samantha gets involved with a sexy artist.
What's Sex Got to Do With It?
Samantha shocks everyone with her latest relationship, Charlotte and Trey look to truly re-connect, and Miranda swears off sex only to get involved with ... baked goods.
Carrie and Miranda are haunted by the spirits of relationships past; Samantha enjoys some artificial support; and Charlotte's battle with her mother-in-law comes to a startling climax.
Baby, Talk Is Cheap
Samantha's experiment with novelty nipples wins her a man's affection. Meanwhile, Carrie's leap into the information age reunites her with Aidan, Charlotte and Trey take the next step in their marriage, and Miranda ponders the allure of the ass.
Time and Punishment
Carrie and Aidan deal with new distractions, Samantha demands gender equality when it comes to below-the-belt grooming, Charlotte must choose between work and family, and Miranda is sidelined by a back injury.
My Motherboard, My Self
Carrie learns a valuable lesson after her computer crashes, Samantha searches for an elusive climax, and Miranda's personal crisis leads everyone to see things in a new light.
Sex and the Country
Charlotte decides that truly loving Trey means at least trying to love his mother. Miranda's prickly bedside manner turns out to be just what the doctor ordered for Steve. Out in the country, Carrie attempts to deal with Aidan's rustic side, while Samantha shows a farmer what city girls are made of.
Belles of the Balls
Carrie helps Aidan and Big learn to accept each other a bit more, while Miranda and Steve get closer than they've been in a long time. Charlotte and Trey keep up the hard work of making a baby, and Samantha wins a difficult account by demonstrating just how ballsy a woman can be.
Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda
Samantha's obsession with accessories causes friction with an A-list client, Carrie allows herself to take some grown-up steps with Aidan, Charlotte and Trey discover the real reason behind their infertility, and Miranda is confronted by some life-altering news.
Just Say Yes
Miranda makes a surprising decision, Charlotte and Trey reach a turning point in their quest for parenthood, Carrie struggles to answer a very important question, and Samantha takes a spur-of-the-moment trip to get away from it all.
The Good Fight
Carrie finds herself more cramped than cozy when Aidan moves in with her. Meanwhile, Samantha reveals surprising feelings for Richard, Trey gives Charlotte an unwanted gift, and Miranda learns who really controls a pregnant woman's body.
All That Glitters
Miranda becomes embroiled in an unusual case of office politics while Carrie worries about being able to settle down enough for Aidan. Meanwhile, Samantha fears she may have said too much to Richard, and Charlotte makes another painful marital decision.
Change Of A Dress
Samantha's relationship with Richard has her considering monogamy, although he may not be feeling the same way. Carrie, on the other hand, is forced to face her fear of commitment.
Ring A Ding Ding
Carrie must deal with a serious financial challenge, Miranda and Steve grapple with the details of raising a baby, Charlotte has a hard time letting go of Mrs. MacDougal, and Samantha tries to get more than just pricey presents out of Richard.
A Vogue Idea
Carrie begins her new job with Vogue magazine, but is shocked when she receives some unexpected editorial advice. Meanwhile, Charlotte convinces Miranda to have a baby shower, and Samantha employs an unconventional tactic to get what she needs from Richard.
I Heart Ny
In the Season Four finale, Mr. Big makes a move that leaves Carrie considering what might have been. Meanwhile, Samantha's relationship hits a snag, Charlotte begins dating again and Miranda prepares for motherhood.
In the Season Five premiere, Samantha considers her relationship with a repentant Richard while Carrie decides her one true love must be New York City. Miranda fears that her new little boy Brady is changing things and Charlotte shakes things up at a wild Fleet Week bash.
Carrie decides to re-assess her work after she receives some surprising career news. Steve encourages a reluctant Miranda to have Brady baptized.
Luck Be an Old Lady
The girls celebrate Charlotte's 36th birthday with a trip to Atlantic City that also serves as a nice break for Miranda from the hassles of diapers and spit-up. Meanwhile, Samantha decides to address Richard's wandering ways once and for all.
Miranda joins Weight Watchers in an effort to lose her baby weight. Meanwhile, Charlotte and Samantha choose their own ways of handling their respective relationship issues. Carrie undertakes a quest to create the perfect book cover.
Plus One Is the Loniest Number
Carrie's book-launch party becomes a major New York event, but Samantha's plans to look beautiful for it go awry. Later, Charlotte loses her plus one thanks to Bunny, while Miranda considers how long she should wait before letting men know she's a mother.
Despite getting great reviews for her book, Carrie obsesses over the negative critique Aidan must surely be spreading about her. Meanwhile, Charlotte prepares to fight for her apartment and Samantha discovers a hidden talent for baby-sitting.
The Big Journey
After a summer of solitude, the ladies are getting desperate. Carrie's much-anticipated weekend with Big (Chris Noth) ends in a surprising reversal of roles. Meanwhile, Charlotte enjoys a satisfying romp in the world of sex-without-commitment.
I Love a Charade
In the Season Five finale, the girls head to the Hamptons for the wedding of a flamboyant lounge singer played by Nathan Lane. Meanwhile, Charlotte's clandestine affair with her lawyer takes an interesting turn, Miranda and Steve blur the line between friends and lovers, and Carrie finds a potential suitor in a motorcycle-riding colleague (Ron Livingston).
To Market, To Market
In the Season Six premiere, Carrie believes her 'stock' has gone up, thanks to her hot date with new flame Jack Berger. Meanwhile, Miranda faces her true feelings about Steve, Charlotte is dismayed by Harry's refusal to marry a non-Jew, and Samantha bemoans the gentrification of her area until a new neighbor begins eliciting moans of another tenor.
Despite some steamy public foreplay with Jack, Carrie discovers it's a lot colder between the sheets. Meanwhile, Samantha introduces the girls to a raw foods restaurant that features some hot 'takeout' (the waiter), Miranda compares Steve to her new love (TiVo), and Charlotte considers converting to Judaism.
The Perfect Present
Carrie visits Berger's apartment for the first time and discovers his 'ex-file.' Charlotte sacrifices pieces of her past as the day of her official conversion to Judaism approaches; a diaper-bag discovery forces Miranda to deal with the reality of Steve's new relationship; and in a bit of role-reversal, Samantha 'waits' on Jerry the waiter.
Carrie and Berger articulate their sentiments for each other, but then she offends him. Meanwhile, Charlotte gets so carried away preparing her first Sabbath dinner for Harry that she drops the (matzoh) ball; Miranda is liberated by Berger's perspective on dating and men; and Samantha revels in role-playing fantasies with Jerry.
Lights, Camera, Relationship
Carrie is surprised to find that Berger is cool with a trip to her favorite designer haunt, but cold when it comes to a sudden success. Charlotte begins for the first time to imagine a future without a man as "not sad," Miranda has an unplanned overnighter with Steve and Samantha uses her PR magic on struggling actor Jerry.
Hop, Skip and a Week
Carrie finds herself conflicted about her new relationship as Berger reveals more of his emotional limitations. Meanwhile, Charlotte has become the hot prospective daughter-in-law within the synagogue's Sister Society, Miranda is worried that the demands of her career are keeping her from Brady, and Samantha's new PR creation gets hot.
The Post-It Always Sticks Twice
Carrie goes to a hot new club in an attempt to get over "Post-It traumatic stress" caused by Berger. Charlotte claims that everything happens for a reason, even failed marriages, Miranda is ecstatic about fitting into her skinny jeans, and Samantha tries to dress her man in designer labels, but doesn't want him to "label" her.
Carrie considers the idea that a true "catch" may ultimately be having a strong safety net to catch you when you fall. Charlotte has an important photo taken for the New York Times, but things are not picture-perfect, Miranda hides at the thought of meeting Steve's girlfriend Debbie, and Samantha extols the merits of "expiration dating."
A Woman's Right to Shoes
When Carrie's Manolos are stolen from a friend's party, it seems her single lifestyle also robs her of the right to complain. Charlotte deals with the loss of a garment (or two) as Harry makes himself comfortable at home; Miranda spots potential in her new neighbor, Robert; and Samantha loses a battle for restaurant rights ... to a child.
Carrie rekindles an old flame, and while it's definitely hot, it's just a little too heavy. Meanwhile, Charlotte enjoys the sport of dating, but only as a spectator, Miranda finds sparks with Robert but is jealous of a cheerleader, and Samantha, desperate to be cool, sneaks into an exclusive pool club.
The Domino Effect
Carrie's emotions are stirred by a visit from a more open-hearted Big. Meanwhile, Charlotte pins her reproductive hopes on an acclaimed Chinese doctor, Miranda has a run-in with Steve and Robert (who patches things up nicely), and Samantha is uncomfortable with the thought of holding hands with Smith.
Carrie has an unexpected rendezvous in the exotic world of art. Meanwhile, Charlotte receives some surprising news; Miranda's and Steve's worlds collide at Brady's first birthday party, and Samantha goes to great lengths to preserve her youthful appearance "down there."
Let There Be Light
Carrie struggles to "keep it light" after spending the night with Aleksandr. Meanwhile, Charlotte volunteers to help others and finds herself in the dark, Miranda gives Robert elevator "custody" after being confronted with some heavy words, and Samantha leaves Smith in the dark while she re-ignites a flame from her past.
The Ick Factor
Carrie wonders how many more old-fashioned romantic gestures from Aleksandr she can stomach. Meanwhile, Charlotte and Harry get sick from their own romantic French dinner, Miranda exchanges some important "I don'ts" with Steve and Samantha, romancing the notion of larger breasts, is given something more serious to swallow.
Carrie considers whether or not the ultimate accessory for many women -- a child -- will match her lifestyle. Meanwhile, Charlotte is thrilled to babysit for Brady, Miranda feels pressured to enjoy her getaway with Steve, and Samantha, outraged by a comment about her lifestyle choices, gets a second opinion.
Out of the Frying Pan
Carrie is challenged by Aleksandr's preference for strong coffee -- and for facing other bitter realities. Meanwhile, Charlotte runs to escape the pain of childlessness and bumps into a tiny bundle of joy, Miranda places a bid on more room for Brady's needs, at the expense of her own desires, and Samantha boldly embraces a new hairstyle.
The Cold War
Carrie avoids the cold weather with Aleksandr, but her friends don't warm up to him as easily. Meanwhile, Charlotte and her new "baby" enjoy the spotlight despite the "heat," Miranda toasts her new home, and Samantha circulates a steamy video to counter a not-so-hot rumor.
Carrie considers a foreign concept posed by Aleksandr -- and watches the life she used to know fly out the window. Meanwhile, Charlotte jumps at a chance to use her maternal instincts, Miranda admits her concerns about Aleksandr, and Samantha catches her maid in a vibrator mix-up.
An American Girl in Paris -- Part Une
Carrie moves to Paris with Aleksandr, but things quickly turn out not quite as she expected. Samantha delivers a heartfelt speech at a benefit for breast cancer research, Charlotte and Harry continue their quest to adopt a child, and Big meets with Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda to make a major decision.
An American Girl in Paris -- Part Deux
In the series finale, Carrie finds that life in Paris -- and with Aleksandr -- leaves her longing for the familiar faces of home. Meanwhile, Smith shows Samantha just how much he cares for her, Charlotte and Harry's adoption roller-coaster ride continues, and Miranda makes a tough decision to help Steve's ailing mother.