Sex and the City

Season 2 Episode 7

The Chicken Dance

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Jul 18, 1999 on HBO
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Episode Summary

Miranda is shocked when her decorator and a friend who was just visiting announce their engagement after knowing each other for only a few days. At the engagement party, Samantha snags a date for herself, and Miranda wonders if her apartment will bring good luck to everyone but her. At the wedding, Charlotte is serving as one of the bride's maids, and gets the sexiest dress she can to walk down the aisle. Her escort is a very handsome man and within a few hours they click as if they had gone out on several dates. Unfortunately, the man takes his father's side when Charlotte complains that the old man felt her up. Samantha is shocked to realize that she had already slept with her engagement party date. Miranda is stuck with the guest book and thinks she's invisible to all men. Carrie is asked to write and proclaim a poem for the bride and groom, and is hurt when Mr. Big walks out of the room to answer his phone during her reading. She is saddened with the fact that while some people can get married after 4 weeks she can't even get Mr. Big to sign a card with her.moreless

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    Carrie Preston

    Carrie Preston

    Madeline Dunn

    Guest Star

    Stephen Baker Turner

    Stephen Baker Turner


    Guest Star

    David Beach

    David Beach


    Guest Star

    Chris Noth

    Chris Noth

    Mr. Big

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Goof: In the scene where Charlotte and the best man are walking down the stairs after having slept together in the honey moon suite, Charlotte's hair changes position. It goes from being messy to perfect between shots.

      • Words to Carrie's poem:
        His Hello was the end of her endings
        Her laugh was their first step down the aisle
        His hand would be hers to hold forever
        His forever was as simple as her smile
        He said she was what was missing
        She said instantly she knew
        She was a question to be answered
        And his answer was, "I do"

    • QUOTES (10)

    • NOTES (0)

    • ALLUSIONS (3)

      • Chicken Dance

        The Chicken Dance oom-pah song was composed by a Swiss accordion player named Werner Thomas from Switzerland in 1950s. He began playing it in restaurants, where people would dance to the tune, and by the end of 1970s it was played all over the world.

      • Spanish Fly

        Is a sexual plesure enhancer which was designed to be a rejuvenating sexual booster. In many cases it raises the hormones necessary for healthy sexual functioning and increases the libido of both sexes.

      • Musical Chairs

        Is a game in which a number of players march to music around chairs and when the music stops the players scramble to sit and the player who does not find a chair is eliminated. A chair is then removed and the march resumes until only the winner is seated.