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A sex columnist, Carrie Bradshaw, and her three friends -- Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda -- explore Manhattan's dating scene, chronicling the mating habits of single New Yorkers. Not surprisingly, the ladies have a number of beaus throughout the series' run.

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Carrie and Samantha deal with noisy neighbors; Miranda fears the take-out lady laughs at her for ordering alone.
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Carrie is mugged, which makes her worry about cosmic balance; Samantha can't resist a college-age virgin.
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Miranda's date drops dead; Charlotte and Samantha clash over sexual philosophies; Carrie teaches a seminar.
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A 13-year-old girl hires Samantha to plan her bat mitzvah; Charlotte tries to improve her love life with Trey.
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Carrie learns the truth about the "agent" she had an affair with; Samantha's bag is stolen at a Playboy Mansion party.
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Carrie, Miranda and Samantha feel out of place in Los Angeles; in New York, bedroom matters get worse for Charlotte and Trey.
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Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) searches for a date to take to the wedding; Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) regrets discussing Big (Chris Noth) with Aiden (John Corbett).
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Carrie's guilt strains her relationship; Charlotte plans a wedding; Samantha's beau demands she test for HIV.
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Aiden utters those three little words to Carrie; Charlotte's engagement gains momentum until Trey asks for a prenuptial agreement.
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Carrie and Big share a night of passion; Charlotte gets engaged; Miranda and Steve date other people.
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Charlotte may have found "the one"; Samantha fears menopause; Steve tries to convince Miranda to have a baby.
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Carrie has a surprise encounter with Mr. Big; Miranda thinks Steve is too comfortable with their relationship.
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Samantha is shunned after her date lets a robber into her building; Miranda realizes her "been with" list is quite long.
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Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) thinks about quitting smoking; Samantha (Kim Cattrall) dates the brother of a trendy restaurateur.
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Carrie's new love interest turns out to be bisexual; Charlotte's male alter ego is unleashed; Miranda feels suffocated by Steve.
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Carrie runs into Natasha; Samantha treats everyone to the spa, where Charlotte confronts her self-image discomfort.
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Carrie wonders if there can be sex without politics, while Miranda and Steve assess their level of commitment.
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Carrie and her friends go to the New York Fire Department's "Calendar Competition" on Staten Island.
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Big (Chris Noth) gets engaged; Miranda and Steve get back together; Samantha (Kim Cattrall) meets Mr. Too Big.
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The girls get a share in the Hamptons; Charlotte gets lice; Carrie learns Big is seeing a younger woman.
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Carrie fears she is her new boyfriend's substitute for alcohol; Charlotte's partner falls asleep during sex.

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