Sex and the City

Season 4 Episode 15

Change of a Dress

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Jan 20, 2002 on HBO
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When asked when she was getting married, Carrie reflects on the purpose and meaning of getting married. Miranda, after faking an ultrasound – she doesn't get it why she has to cheer with everyone the fact that she's having a boy – takes Carrie to try on ugly wedding dresses in a weird shock therapy to exorcise her fears away. But Carrie has a freak allergic reaction to the dress, which makes her feel negative about the whole thing. She asks Aidan for some time, but he won't give it to her. She realizes he still doesn't trust her and despite their mutual love, the wedding is just something to give him confidence on her. He moves out the next day. Meanwhile, Charlotte freaks out on tap dancing class and Samantha has her first monogamy attack – something she never thought she could – after finding out Richard is sleeping around.moreless

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    Marc Grapey

    Marc Grapey

    J.J.

    Guest Star

    Andre De Shields

    Andre De Shields

    Pat

    Guest Star

    Molly Price

    Molly Price

    Susan Sharon

    Guest Star

    John Corbett

    John Corbett

    Aidan Shaw

    Recurring Role

    Lynn Cohen

    Lynn Cohen

    Magda

    Recurring Role

    James Remar

    James Remar

    Richard Wright

    Recurring Role

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      • Music:
        "Close to You" by the Carpenters, playing in the background at the bridal shop.
        "Tea For Two" by Nancy Shane, as Charlotte takes tap dance lessons.
        "Eigth Avenue Shuffle" by Evan Olson, as Carrie runs into Susan Sharon and tells her she's engaged.
        "No Way" by Michael Sherwood, as Samantha and Richard have breakfast at his apartment.
        "Take The Park" by Reder, Cassell, Sholl and Mattacks, played at Richard Wright's Black and White Ball.
        "The Fountain" by Milt Reder, as Carrie and Aidan stroll around the fountain.
        "Sensitive" by Bob Christianson, as Carrie tells Aidan she doesn't want to get married.
        "Wayward Pup" by The Satellites, as Carrie slips out of her apartment to sleep in Aidan's arms.

      • Molly Price reprise her role as Susan Sharon.

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