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All 20 episodes from the sixth and final series of the hit comedy drama series set in New York. In 'To Market, To Market', Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) is getting so nervous about her date with Berger (Ron Livingston) that she decides to go on a Sim-u-date to calm her nerves. 'Great Sexpectations' sees Carrie realising that the passion she and Berger feel for each other doesn't translate to the bedroom. In 'The Perfect Present', Carrie is concerned by Berger's hostile reaction to his ex-girlfriend's voicemail message. In 'Pick-a-Little, Talk-a-Little', Berger reacts badly to Carrie's jokey criticism of his new novel. In 'Lights, Camera, Relationship', Carrie and Berger's relationship starts to look even more fragile when Carrie gets a big advance for her book just as Berger's option is dropped by his publisher. In 'Hop, Skip and a Week', Berger and Carrie drift even further apart and he finally dumps her - by Post-it note. In 'The Post-it Always Sticks Twice', Carrie vows to her friends that she won't badmouth Berger - but when she runs into some friends of his the temptation proves irresistible. In 'The Catch', Charlotte (Kristin Davis) gets married to Harry (Evan Handler). 'A Woman's Right to Shoes' finds Carrie's new Manolos being stolen at her friend's baby shower. In 'Boy, Interrupted', Carrie runs into an old high school boyfriend, who is in town to attend a local psychiatric facility. 'The Domino Effect' sees Big (Chris Noth) back in town for an operation. In a feverish delirium he opens up to Carrie - but on recovery becomes his usual cool and closed-off self. In 'One', Carrie meets Aleksandr Petrovsky (Mikhail Baryshnikov) at a hot new art exhibition. In 'Let There Be Light', Carrie stays over at Aleksandr's apartment and the two become an official item. In 'Catch-38', Aleksandr tells Carrie that he has a daughter in Paris, and that he doesn't want any more children - leaving Carrie to wonder if, at 38, she's willing to give up a man for a baby she may or may not want to have. 'Out of the Frying Pan' sees Carrie walking out on Aleksandr when, during a conversation about Samantha's (Kim Cattrell) breast cancer, he mentions a friend of his who died of the illness. In 'The Cold War', Carrie arranges for her friends to meet Aleksandr, but he doesn't show up, and it turns out he's anxious about his forthcoming exhibition in Paris. In 'Splat', Carrie accepts Aleksandr's offer to accompany him to Paris. In 'An American Girl in Paris (Part Une)', Carrie, left to her own devices on the streets of Paris while Aleksandr prepares for his exhibition, is missing her friends and her life back home. In the final episode, 'An American Girl in Paris (Part Deux)', Carrie returns to New York and her friends with Big after he tracks her down in Paris and they realise they are meant to be together.
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After a long wait--like the entire fifth season--Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker
) is dating again. The sixth season of the popular HBO show starts with Carrie and her sparkly new potential, Berger (Ron Livingston), trying to leave past relationships and hit it off. The results are mixed (up to Berger's memorable exit), but the good news is Carrie is at it again, and a new love interest can be found in the member of a wedding party, an old high school flame (David Duchovny), or an über-famous painter (Mikhail Baryshnikov). As Carrie plays the field, her friends seem to be settling down, relatively speaking. Miranda (Cynthia Nixon
) decides that her affair with TiVo cannot compete when Mr. Perfect (Blair Underwood, at his most charming) moves into her building. Charlotte's (Kristin Davis
) feelings for her "opposites attract" boyfriend (Evan Handler, perhaps fans' most-loved boyfriend) deepen, but they still have a few things to iron out. Most surprising is Samantha's (Kim Cattrall
) hot relationship with waiter-actor-stud Smith Jerrod (Jason Lewis) taking on something resembling love, despite Samantha's best intentions.
Before the sixth season started in the summer of 2003, a bombshell hit: it was announced that this would be the finale. Fans, just getting over the truncated fifth season (due to half the cast getting pregnant), were beside themselves. But it would be a long season, and these 12 episodes plant the seeds for the final eight airing the following winter. These dozen episodes illustrate the maturity of the show: there's not a bad one in the bunch, with things like old flames Mr. Big (Chris Noth), and Steve (David Eigenberg) popping in with deeper resiliency. And the show is still flat-out funny. Berger is the most intrinsically humourous of Carrie's beaus (his introduction to Prada is a classic), Jarrod's earnest streak on Samantha gets her flabbergasted in the giddiest ways, and Charlotte's attempt to convert to Judaism is right in character. The touchstone episode is "A Woman's Right to Shoes," in which Carrie loses her prized and expensive Manolo Blahniks at a party. The comedy blends serious points of how we perceive singles, couples, and parents (and the gifts we lavish on the latter two). Carrie's method of celebrating her singlehood is just another gem in this treasure of a series. --Doug Thomas
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