For all you Mr. Big fans out there, wherever you are, here's some bad A frequent theme on the show was that relationship problems don't go. The Tie: It seems simple enough, but the act of Carrie tying Mr. Big's tie The Fart: There a few things that prove the comfort level within a relationship, not have fallen in love when Carrie got a question from an audience. I'll be the first to admit that I'm the biggest Sex and the City fan ever. I've watched every single episode and I'll re-watch them if there's a.
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A couple of weeks ago, I went to finally see the movie version of what I regard as one of my favourite programmes of all time. When Carrie got her great big fairy tale ending at the registry office with Big at the end though, there is no other way to describe this, but I was fuming and extremely disappointed!
In fact, I would have applauded if she had gone to the apartment, hurled herself into his arms, shagged him, and then bade him goodbye and walked out of the penthouse with her head held high, leaving him dazed and confused! My friends were overjoyed with the ending but I noticed a sea change when we caught up a couple of days ago because now that the glow had worn off, they felt the same irritation too!
The biggest problem that I have with the Sex and The City movie is that it sends a message to millions of women who have been pissed around by Mr Unavailables the world over, that there is a happy ending with these assclowns! This is completely misleading! Why do books and movies continue to believe that all women want to do is aspire to having it all and the fairy tale? I have had several emails from readers asking whether the same thing could happen with their Mr Unavailable.
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For a start, Big entered the show as emotionally unavailable, continued to be emotionally unavailable, and ended emotionally unavailable. On the surface it appeared that he had changed, but in fact, he let her in as much as he was capable of letting her in. We felt it, too.
But, at the same time, it was pretty hilarious. Remember when she found her picture in his drawer?
And then they went out to dinner and he introduced her as his girlfriend? You could see the butterflies practically flying out of her stomach! The Time He Showed Up: No one believed Big would show up to the dinner to meet the girls, not even Carrie.
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But the moment they turned to see him at the top of the stairs waving to the group of girls was the moment everyone had a newfound hope in love especially Miranda. So, Big decided to go and get married to Natasha. But no one can forget this pivotal scene between the two exes when she simply looks at him and says, "Your girl is lovely, Hubbell. That will make your heart hurt every time. In an attempt to be friendly, the former flames met for a lunch date.
They were near a body of water. At one point, Carrie freaked out that Big was going to plant a smooch on her face, and the two ended up falling into the lake. It was funny and oh-so-sweet.
Can you believe it? Big decided to just up and move to Napa! In an attempt to give him one last night in New York City, Carrie had a romantic even planned, but it was halted by Miranda, who ended up giving birth. By the time she was able to get back to Big's place, all there was left was an envelope with a ticket for her to go to Napa.
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How could you not have fallen in love when Carrie got a question from an audience member at her book reading and it was Big?! It was so sweet and just perfect. At this point, fans didn't know where to stand. Do we want Carrie and Big together or not?