Synopsis: Carrie finds living together with Aidan cramps their space, literally as well as figuratively in secret singular behavior.
Synopsis: Carrie is happy back with Aidan but gets a call from Big.
Now she has opted for motherhood and society life, Charlotte wants to quit her gallery job and interviews potential successors.
Samantha reviles taxi-thieves but still lands in bed with Brad; he's cocky enough to declare she needs another intimate waxing, but accepts reciprocity.
When Miranda strains her neck badly wearing only a bath towel she calls Carrie, who can't cancel her appointment, so Aidan comes to the rescue; the therapy is her first week off in ages.
Carrie feels justly punished but too much when Aidan spends time with Steve's foxy bar maid Shayna.
Synopsis: The girls spend a hot night at the gay club Trade, dancing in a sea of bare-chest good-looking men. Charlotte is presented in the club to Anthony's boyfriend Gordon, who works for 'House and Garden' magazine, and arranges for it to take pictures at her place, the house of a 'perfect couple' - but Trey's lack of interest for yet another thing that excites her pushes their relationship to effective separation.
Samantha gets so high on beefcake, XTC and naked dicks in the gents (no girls there) that she tells Richard during hot sex she loves him, but gets no response.
Miranda's pregnancy becomes known at her law firm when a young colleague Max means to defend so her dozing off, but they're overheard when she says to what it no more out then his being gay (as she saw him in Trade)- the next day they both come clean.
Synopsis: While Carrie and Stanford hang out at the bar of Brasserie 8 1/2 in midtown Manhattan, they run into Lynn Cameron, an old friend, who is producing a NY fashion show featuring real models and famous New Yorkers as models. Meanwhile, Miranda can't believe it when hunky guy at her gym asks her out on a date, telling her he thinks she's sexy.