Sex and the City

Season 4 Episode 16

Ring a Ding Ding

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Jan 27, 2002 on HBO
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Aidan moves out and leaves Carrie the option of either buying back her apartment for what he paid for it or selling it off but she doesn't have enough money for a loan so she goes to see Mr. Big who writes her a cheque but she finally decides that she wants to do it on her own so she tears up the cheque. Charlotte ends up giving her her wedding ring so that Carrie can use it as collateral to get her loan.

Samantha discovers that Richard isn't the one that's shopping for all the presents that he buys her and that he isn't even signing the cards but his assistant is the one who does it so she gets his assistant to sign the most recent card "Love Richard" to trick him into saying I love you. Miranda and Steve discuss custody of their soon to be child.moreless

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    Dina Pearlman

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    Ruby Rosen

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    Robert John Gomes

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    Roger

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    Joan Rosenfels

    Joan Rosenfels

    Delia The Broker

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    Chris Noth

    Chris Noth

    Mr. Big

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    John Corbett

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    Aidan Shaw

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    David Eigenberg

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When Carries tells the girls that she has to either buy her place (from Aidan) or move out Charlotte suggests that Carrie buy her place. Carrie's response is: New York is a town of renters; everybody rents." And then Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte as say that they don't rent their places; they own. However, in the episode "Four Women And A Funeral" Charlotte says the following: "Everyone needs a man, that's why I rent. If you own and he still rents then the power structure is all off. It's emasculating, men don't want a woman who's too self sufficient."


        It seems surprising that Charlotte would give conflicting advice to Carrie consider her previous statements about renting versus owning an apartment in New York.

    • QUOTES (4)

    • NOTES (1)

      • Music:
        "Close Encounters" by Mogwai, as Carrie thinks and types.
        "Air India" by Sage Schwarm and Thomas Noble, as Carrie thinks and types.
        "Cote Quest" by Flying Pops, background music in the shoe store.
        "You Hua Yuan" by The Chaozhou Ensemble, as Carrie and the girls chat at a Chinese restaurant.
        "Lubricate Your Living Room" by The Bionaut, as Samantha opens a gift from Richard and finds the card.
        "Come To Me" by Savourna Stevenson, as Charlotte gives Carrie her ring to put toward a down-payment.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Carrie: A girl in pigtails once said, "There's no place like home."

        A quick reference to The Wizard Of Oz and Dorothy's famous line, "There's no place like home." In order to get back to Kansas, she had to say this three times and click her ruby-slippered heels together.

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