Samantha Jones’ Best Quotes From Sex And The City

  

Watching Samantha Jones on Sex and the City was like a breathe of fresh air. Kim Cattrall did a perfect job of portraying Samantha Jones, the fiercely independent and fabulous public relations woman. She was always there to provide some comic relief among all the other women’s constant relationship woes. We could always depend on Samantha to lighten the mood with one or two racy and uncensored comments. That’s why we loved her! You just never knew what she would say next. More often than not, it was hilarious and sometimes actually quite witty. She dished out a lot of advice over the years, some of which the women didn’t always agree on, especially Charlotte, but we’ve realized Samantha had the right idea about a lot of things. She was undoubtedly one of our favorites out of the four women, and here are all the fabulous reasons why:

10. Her Advice on Relationships (Sex and the City: The Movie)

“The good ones screw you, the bad ones screw you, and the rest don’t know how to screw you.”

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9. View On Marriage (Season 4, Episode 15 “Change of a Dress”)

“I think I have monogamy. I caught it from you people.”

8. How To Get By (Season 2, Episode 7 “Chicken Dance”)

“I have to start writing things down. I also have to start drinking heavily.”

7. Her Political Standpoint (Season 3, Episode 2 “Politically Erect”)

“I don’t believe in the Republican party or the Democratic party. I just believe in parties.”

6. How to Run the Country (Season 3, Episode 2 “Politically Erect”)

“I always vote for candidates based on their looks. The country runs better with a good looking man in the White House. Look what happened with Nixon…no one wanted to f-ck him, so he f-cked everyone.”

5. Ex Boyfriends (Season 3, Episode 9 “Easy Come, Easy Go”)

“Oh please! There’s always a contest with an ex — it’s called ‘who will die miserable.'”

4. Children (Season 6, Episode 9 “A Woman’s Right To Shoes”)

“I’m so sick of these people with their children, I’m telling you they are everywhere!”

3. Her Independence (Season 2, Episode 11 “Evolution”)

“Relationships have been on the decline since women came out of the cave, looked around and said, ‘This isn’t so hard.'”

2. How to Find Good Guys (Season 3, Episode 7 “Drama Queens”)

“From my experience, honey, if he seems to good to be true — he probably is.”

1. She’s Confident (Season 3, Episode 3 “Attack of the Five-Foot-Ten Woman”)

“Hello, my name is fabulous.”