Sex and the City

Season 6 Episode 8

The Catch

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Aug 10, 2003 on HBO
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Episode Summary

Charlotte and Harry's wedding day arrives but Charlotte is left in tears after everything seems to go wrong.

Carrie is unwilling to date anymore but sleeps with Harry's best man but his "lovemaking" leaves her incapacitated for the big day.

Samantha finds herself missing Smith, and Miranda finds herself unable to face Steve's new girlfriend.


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  • Charlotte's wedding.

    Charlotte is obsessed with having the perfect wedding. She is elated that she and Harry wedding photo is going to be in the times and hopes it wil be absolutely perfect.

    She has a little smudge on face and it looks awful.

    Meanwhile, Carrie has taken up a acrobatics and having a hard time jumping into the guys arms.

    Harry sets her up with his best friend. Him and her have a one nighter and its terrible. ( he hurts her if you know what I mean) He gets all phycho on her when she tells him the truth and he tells everybody at the wedding so.

    Harry spills wine all over charlottes dress. Miranda speech gets set on fire.Harry's dumbass best man gives an embarrasing speech. Charlotte ends up in the bathroom in tears because her wedding is gone to hll, and all she wanted is a totally perfect day. Carrie tells her that she is lucky she found somebody special and look your wedding with trey. Wedding was perfect. Marriage was terrible.Focus on the realationship not one friggin day, she says. Later on, she tosses the bouquet and Miranda gets hits the bouqet and is totally shocked, cuz she's never gonna get married and if she does shes certianly not having a frilly wwdding like this.

Bryan Callen

Bryan Callen

Howie Halberstein

Guest Star

Sean Palmer

Sean Palmer


Recurring Role

Willie Garson

Willie Garson

Stanford Blatch

Recurring Role

Mario Cantone

Mario Cantone

Anthony Marentino

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • In the New York Times announcement for Charlotte and Harry's wedding, it is written that she is a writer/editor for 'Fashions' magazine, her father is a doctor, her mother's nickname is Muffin and that she is a descendent of Samuel Huntington, who signed the Declaration of Independence.

    • Although Miranda doesn't exactly catch Charlotte's bouquet, she is the next character to get married as per the superstition.

  • QUOTES (8)

    • Carrie: I tried the trapeze yesterday for that piece that I'm writing.
      Charlotte: I could never! I have the most terrible fear of heights.
      Carrie: Well, I do not. You've seen my shoes.

    • Carrie: It seemed to Charlotte that the wedding had gone from Jewish law to Murphy's Law.

    • Howie: Love means never having to say, "You used me for sex!"

    • Charlotte: I'm having a Jewish wedding, and I look like Hitler!

    • Miranda: He was funny. And cute.
      Carrie: Yeah, and in town for a week! What's the point?
      Samantha: That is the point! It's the best possible scenario, because you know he's leaving.
      Carrie: But it's like whatever happens, there's an expiration date. It's expiration dating.

    • (Carrie is all hunched over)

      Carrie: This is a sex sprain.
      Stanford: Good for you.
      Carrie: No it was not good for me. It was jack rabbit sex you know, pow, pow, pow, pow, pow, pow, pow.
      Stanford: Are straight men still aloud to do that?
      Carrie: No, they aren't. It's bad. It's basically masturbating with a woman instead of your hand. And I don't enjoy.

    • Carrie:(Voiceover) That night Howie and I had sex like we were teenagers again. Meaning he didn't know what he was doing and I didn't say a thing.

    • When Charlotte shows her wedding dress to Anthony . . .
      Charlotte: "Ta-da!"
      Anthony: (gasps) "You're Audrey Hepburn . . . owitz."

  • NOTES (2)


    • Stanford: You're queen of the world!
      Carrie: YOU'RE queen of the world!

      This is a joking reference to the movie Titanic and Leonardo DiCaprio's line, "I'm king of the world!"