Sex and the City

Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl

Season 3, Ep 4, Aired 6/25/00
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  • Episode Description
  • Carrie finds out that Sean, her new young boyfriend, has had relationships with both men and women, and tries not to let it faze her, but it does eventually. Charlotte takes part in a photo shoot by a famous photographer, Baird Johnson, whose latest technique is to photograph women dressed as men. Samantha stands up to Matt, her new male assistant, eventually firing him, and then having sex with him. Miranda begins to feel suffocated by Steve's presence in her apartment, but when he leaves she feels lonely, and ends up inviting him to move in.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Sarah Jessica Parker

    Carrie Bradshaw

  • Kristin Davis

    Charlotte York McDougal

  • Kim Cattrall

    Samantha Jones

  • Cynthia Nixon

    Miranda Hobbes

  • Jenny Bicks

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • This is a filler episode, Sam looking for sex with an assistant, Charlotte trying to find her white knight in a photographer, Miranda has problems letting steve move in her apartment and Carrie is tying to deal with a bisexual guy...

    By glolita, Jul 18, 2008

  • I'm gonna find my inner goddess if it kills me.

    By sweet_em, Feb 08, 2008

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (19)

    • Miranda: I do love you, but I've never lived with anybody before, and I'm stubborn, and I like the remote, and I can't cook, and I don't do laundry sometimes for like two weeks, and my sponges smell, and you're gonna see all that, and I'm scared, and I don't know if I can move forward, but I really don't wanna lose you.

    • Samantha: The bad news is, you're fired. The good news is, now I can fuck you.

    • Miranda:: I'm gonna find my inner goddess if it kills me.

    • Miranda: I'm never going to be a girly girl, I never will. I'm never going to be a lotus flower. Carrie: May I just say, thank God. Miranda: A girly girl would want her boyfirend to move in. Carrie: Yea, she also wears makeup to the gym. Miranda: And makes little hearts above her I's.

    • Miranda: See, my hips don't pop, I'm a guy. Carrie: You're, insane!

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    Trivia (2)

    • Continuity: Charlotte really likes the artist who is doing an exhibition in her art gallery, but she wouldn't ask him out because she can't make the first move. That's not true. In "The **** Buddy" in season 2, she asks guys out and even double booked then.

    • Carrie mentions that Sean is 26 and that he's from a generation with a whole different letter than her own. Sorry, but no. Sean and Carrie are both members of Generation-X. The guy would have had to be 18 (give or take) to be from Generation-Y/Millennial (to which Carrie was almost certainly referring).

    Allusions (3)

    • Samantha: You know women dressing like men is very popular right now. Carrie: And here I thought it was Pokemon.

      Pokemonis a franchise made by the Japanese company, Nintendo, and it began in 1996, and refers to the Pokemon characters, trading cards, and video games, when this episode aired there were (at this time 646) 151 Pokemon.

    • Carrie: I was Alice in Confused Sexual Orientation Land. A reference to Lewis Caroll's fairy tale Alice in Wonderland, which was also the inspiration for a Disney cartoon. Carrie continues the Alice references when she describes kissing a girl as "going down the rabbit hole."

    • Who's on First After stepping through Sean's sexual history with him, Carrie responds "Naturally." This is a reference to the Abbott and Costello comedy routine "Who's on First" where Abbott tries in vain to explain the baseball lineup to Costello. Because the players names are Who, What, Because, Today, and so on, confusion arises. Near the end when Costello is beginning to get the lineup correct and recites it as steps in a play, Abbott affirms each statement with "Naturally."

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