Sex and the City 6 Seasons 1999

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Season 2
(214) IMDb 7.2/10

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Carrie and Big say 'I love you.' Meanwhile, Miranda breaks it off with the bartender, Samantha dates a rich guy with a duplicitous servant, and Charlotte gets caught in the fast lane with hot-shot movie star.

Starring:
Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall
Runtime:
28 minutes
Original air date:
August 8, 1999

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Allison Anders
Starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall
Supporting actors Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Chris Noth, David Eigenberg, Sam Ball, Brian Van Holt, Harry Bouvy, Pamela Gray, Philipp Karner, James McCauley, Jina Oh
Season year 1999
Network HBO
Executive Producer Jenny Bicks
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Throughout the show, you see different sides of each of these women, which makes them seem more like REAL people.
Ruth
This show is a great one to watch in a group, especially with a bunch of girl-friends who can relate to all the situations presented and just laugh their heads off!
"eurotrashgirl"
Stylish packaging and menus, good organization of the episodes, and crystal clear picture and sound round out this very entertaining DVD package.
Joseph P. Menta, Jr.

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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Brett D. Cullum VINE VOICE on April 24, 2001
Format: DVD
The first season of SEX AND THE CITY was wonderful, but the show really began to hit the right notes during the second season they were on the air. The characters become much deeper -- we get to see Carrie caught in the snare of Mr. Big trying desperately to make the impossible work, Samantha abandons her relationship with James and begins to recommit herself to never being committed, Charlotte tries anything and everything to get a man (even dates one she suspects might be gay), and the MOST impressive thing ... Miranda develops a soft, warm relationship with Steve the bartender. But just when you think our four favorite single gals might have it all figured out...the season finale throws everyone of them a curve ball! This is some of the best wrtiting ever for a sit-com, and some of the most wonderful characters on television. Gone is Candace Bushnell's blue print of the book (except for the 20-something episode), so season two develops more of a story with each episode building on the next. And some of the funniest scenes ever ... like Samantha's three way with a gay couple, Charlotte's class on tantric sex, and Carrie having to break up with a guy's mother (played by Valerie Harper). Or when Carrie gets slammed by New York magazine for being SINGLE AND FABULOUS? You will want this collection! They get better and better even watching them a couple of times. And I dare you to watch just one at a time!
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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Ellis Bell VINE VOICE on November 1, 2004
Format: DVD
The women are back in the second season of Sex and the City! This show just keeps on getting better and better, as Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha's characters' are given more depth. And there are more episodes on this season than there were on the first for us to get our SATC fix.

Episode1: TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME: Carrie tries to get over Big; Miranda gets frustrated at the girls for talking about their dating woes; Samantha sleeps with a NY Yankee

Episode 2: THE AWFUL TRUTH: Carrie's friend Susan breaks if off with her husband; Miranda's new boyfriend likes to talk dirty in the bedroom; Samantha's boyfriend wants to go to couple's counseling.

Episode 3: THE FREAK SHOW: Samantha dates a guy who is into kinky sex; Charlotte starts seeing a guy who is good at a certain sexual act; Carrie goes on a blind date.

Episode 4: THEY SHOOT SINGLE PEOPLE, DON'T THEY? :Carrie goes to a shoot about women who are single and fabulous; Miranda gets back together with a guy who she fakes it in bed with; Charlotte can't fake intimacy.

Episode 5: FOUR WOMEN AND A FUNERAL: Miranda closes on a new apartment; Samantha screws around with a married socialite and finds herself shunned by society; Charlotte finds herself falling for a grieving widower.

Episode 6: THE CHEATING CURVE: Charlotte spends time with power lesbians; Smantha dates a trainer; Carrie secretly sees Big again.

Episode 7: THE CHICKEN DANCE: A friend of Miranda's gets serious with her interior designer; Charlotte sleeps with a guy who seems perfect.

Episode 8: THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE VIAGRA: Things are going well for Carrie and Big; Samantha dates a much older man; Carrie tries to get Big to spend time with her friends.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Renaaah on March 30, 2001
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I didn't think that anything could top season #1. But hold on to your Cosmopolitans; Season #2 is even better.
For those of you not familiar with Sex and the City, the premise is this: 4 attractive single women friends experience life, love and -- yes -- sex in Manhattan. The men who pass though their lives will seem strangely familiar to many of you (us!) unmarried gals watching: the lovable gay pal, the sexy personal trainer, the fellow who's just a tad too attached to his [dirty movies] and -- of course -- the maddeningly attractive but emotionally remote Mr. Big.
With all the nutty escapades that Charlotte, Samantha, Miranda and Carrie experience, their enduring friendship remains the one constant throughout every episode. They guffaw, cry, commiserate and analyse their way through each major (and minor) ordeal... TOGETHER.
Go on. You know you want it.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr Wiltshire on May 18, 2001
Format: DVD
Yesterday I got my DVD version of season 2, after work I watched 9 episodes straight; I would have watched more but I wanted to be alert for each episode. The second season DVD has picture quality that was lacking in the season one DVD release, and the sound is better too.
But getting past anything technical, this show is what TV's were created for. I am a single 25yr old male, with no current relationship except with my love for this show. This show has given me a new insight into what females need and want, the quirky relationship of Carrie & Big has been a real eye-opener....
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65 of 84 people found the following review helpful By "eurotrashgirl" on March 22, 2001
Format: DVD
At long last, the Second Season of Sex and the City is available for purchase!! Die-hard fans should expect more of the same: great writing & acting, laugh out loud comedy, and cutting-edge fashion. As Season 3 showed us last year on HBO, this show just keeps getting better and better. The longer it is on the air, the more popular it gets!!
Sex and the City is a breakthrough series about four single thirty-something women living and working in New York. Sarah Jessica Parker stars as Carrie Bradshaw, a witty, sarcastic and beautiful New York sex columnist who often looks to her own life and to that of her friends for her material. Her character is based on real-life writer Candace Bushnell, the Manhattan Sex Columnist who wrote the book upon which the show is based. The book was made up of a collection of actual columns that Bushnell had written for the New York Observer chronicling the '90's Manhattan social scene. Through the column, the book, and now the series, Bushnell take us on a tour of modern, thirty-something life in Manhattan, complete with roman a clef style observations of sexual escapades and scandals, and other society goings-on. The book proved Juicy material for a cable series, and the show has become a runaway hit!
In addition to Parker's Carrie, there's Samantha, the beautiful, fun, (read, quite a bit more promiscuous than even the daring of us would ever be in real life!), and ever-so-spunky PR Executive. Confident, hilarious, and tough, her one-liners are a highlight of the show. Samantha is played by the "grow on you till you absolutely love her" Kim Cattrall. Then there's Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), the lawyer who some at her law firm, where she is trying to make Partner, think is gay.
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