Sex and the City

Season 3 Episode 15

Hot Child in the City

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Sep 24, 2000 on HBO



  • Trivia

    • When Carrie and Wade are listening to records, she says something like, 'This song is so me driving my parents car!' However, in A Vogue Idea, she says that her father 'quit' her and her mother when she was little.

  • Quotes

    • Samantha: Are you in pain? I'm in pain just looking at you.
      Miranda: I'm a 34-year-old woman with braces and I'm on a liquid diet. Pain doesn't begin to cover it.

    • Dr Talley: With some clients I've found it often helps to create your own non-threatening language, with which to talk about sex.
      Charlotte: I'm not sure that I understand.
      Dr Talley: Well, for example, one client rather whimsically dubbed his anus "the chocolate starfish". (chuckles)
      Trey: Are you quite sure you went to Yale?

    • Carrie: Wade, wait.
      Wade: What?
      Carrie: (laughing) The chicken wings. If they see the chicken wings they're gonna know...we were smoking the pot.

    • Carrie: (thinks) On closer inspection it turned out this leaving with the parents thing wasn't so bad. It was like having servants you didn't have to pay.

    • Carrie: When your a teenager all you wanna do is buy beer. When you've hit thirty, all you wanna do is get carded.

    • Carrie: How old are they?
      Samantha: Thirteen.
      Carrie: But they sound....
      Samantha: I know...
      Carrie: And they dress...
      Samantha: I know, just like us.

    • Miranda: Her braces are sapphire. I'm a thirty-four year old nerd.

    • Miranda: I'm sorry are your braces blue?
      Girl: No, their sapphire. Oh, my God, look you have the old fashioned kind. I didn't even know they made those anymore.

    • Samantha: Jenny.
      Jenny : So ladies is everything fabulous?
      Samantha: It is now. I didn't know you were here...
      Jenny: And I didn't know, you knew Carrie Bradshaw? You are fucking fabulous. Your column about secret sex, hello, my life. Seriously, my ex was so completely about the sex when we were alone but in the school hallway I didn't exist.
      Girl 1: And there all like that.
      Girl 2: Men suck.

    • Samantha: Do you realise that a thirteen year old girl just bought us a two hundred bottle of Dom Perignon? You know what I was buying when I was thirteen? Nothing! I couldn't afford anything, I was serving dilly bars at Dairy Queen.

    • Miranda: This is what happens to tongue thrusters? Am I hideous? Carrie: No. Hey, no, no, they don't look so bad.
      Miranda: Really?
      Carrie: That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
      Samantha: Are you in pain? I'm in pain just looking at you.

    • Samantha: He lives with his parents?
      Carrie: It's their apartment.
      Samantha:So, not sexy honey. Dump him immediately, here use my cell phone.

    • Carrie: (at Wade's apartment) You said you had a view, not the view? And this breeze, it's like it's different air up there.

    • Carrie: I can't believe this place. It's like ten bucks a game.
      Wade: Yeah, but the games come with beer.
      Carrie: Yeah, that's cause they want you to play half as well and twice as much.

    • Miranda: I've been trying to diagnosis myself on the Internet....
      Charlotte: You can do that?
      Miranda: Sure, Just type in your symptoms, hit enter, and wait for the word cancer to appear on the screen. Anyway, it turns out I'm a tongue thruster.
      Samantha: Now, see, if you were a man that would be a good thing.

    • Carrie: You coming in for a landing there sister?
      Miranda: Sorry, cute guy. I thought he was checking me out for a second.
      (the girls turn to look)
      Samantha: His a cutie alright.
      Carrie: Yes, definitely looking.
      Miranda: His looking at you guys looking at him like I asked you not to.
      Carrie: Take your tray over there.
      Charlotte: What? (excited)
      Miranda: No!
      Samantha: Absolutely! Why not?
      Miranda: Because, this isn't PS 147, we're adults now, she's married for Christ sake. We have to at least pretend to know better.

  • Notes

    • Hot Child in the City:

      The song was written by Nick Gilder in 1978, and it went on to be the smash hit of his album 'City Lights'.

  • Allusions

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