7 Things About Sex And The City That Don’t Make Sense
“Sex and the City” was a really fun show. There was nothing else like it on television at the time. The four central characters – Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte – all openly discussed sex and relationships in ways that women hadn’t yet done publicly, which was really revolutionary. There are so many people out there that really enjoyed the show and probably watched each episode like 100 times and we are one of those people. Unfortunately, after binge watching the show for the hundredth time, we started to notice some things that just don’t make sense. Here are 7 things that we’ve never been able to reconcile about “Sex and the City.”
Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha’s Friendships
Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha did not have a lot in common besides the fact that they all liked to talk about their relationship problems and sexual conquests over meals and/or drinks. These women would never have been friends in real life; however, the blatant stereotypes in their personas did help with the storylines.
How Underrated Miranda Is
Miranda is the one character who had it all. She had the job, the house, the man and the kid. She also was never afraid to speak her mind. Carrie was also over-thinking things and over-analyzing everything – she definitely made things harder for herself. But not Miranda. She learned from her mistakes and things just got better and better for her. We think more women should want to be more like Miranda instead of Carrie. She set a better example.