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Sex and the City 6 Seasons

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Season 3
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4.6 out of 5 stars (825) IMDb 7/10

In Season Three of HBO's hit comedy series, Carrie begins a relationship with a handsome furniture designer named Aidan--even as the newly married Big reenters the picture.

Starring:
Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall

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Season 3
1. Where There's Smoke...

In the Season Three premiere, Carrie and the girls enjoy the NYC Fire Department's 'Calendar Competition.' Samantha fulfills a fiery fantasy with Mr. July!

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: June 4, 2000
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2. Politically Erect

Carrie's political consciousness is raised as a new companion lobbies for her affection. Charlotte throws a 'used date' party; Miranda is pushed to confront her ambivalence about Steve; Samantha begins dating a munchkin who is a powerhouse in bed.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: June 11, 2000
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3. Attack of the Five-Foot-Ten Woman

Carrie runs into Big's new bride and commits to attending a luncheon. Samantha treats everyone to a day at the spa, but her sexual antics get her in trouble. Miranda's new Ukranian housekeeper takes cleaning up Miranda's life too far.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: June 18, 2000
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4. Boy, Girl, Boy, Girl...

Carrie engages in a game of 'Spin the Bottle' with her bisexual love interest. Samantha deals with a chauvinistic new assistant. Miranda begins to embody 'guy' attributes when her relationship with Steve grows claustrophobic.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: June 25, 2000
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5. No Ifs, Ands, or Butts

Carrie considers quitting smoking when her habit almost ruins her chances with Aidan. Charlotte's first date with Brad is perfect...until the good night kiss. Samantha's relationship with a sexy African American guy is challenged by his sister.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 31 minutes Release date: July 9, 2000
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6. Are We Sluts?

Samantha's late-night visitors are seen as the cause when an old woman in her building is robbed. Miranda finds out that she has an STD. Carrie learns that romance isn't dead when Aidan decides to wait until the time is right to do the deed.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: July 16, 2000
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7. Drama Queens

Carrie begins to question her relationship with Aidan, but an unexpected encounter with Mr. Big makes her realize the less drama, the better. Miranda discovers she's living with 'skidmark man.' Charlotte meets a doctor named Trey.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: July 23, 2000
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8. The Big Time

Charlotte tells the girls she thinks her new love Trey may be 'the one.' Samantha fears that she may be going through 'the change of life.' Steve and Miranda's relationship takes an unanticipated turn. Carrie has more surprise run-ins with Big.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: July 30, 2000
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9. Easy Come, Easy Go

After a shocking revelation, Carrie and Big fall into their old habits. Charlotte achieves her goal and gets engaged, but not the way she had hoped. Samantha decides to put her 'pick of the week' on a new diet to improve his funky-tasting 'spunk.'

TV-MA CC Runtime: 31 minutes Release date: August 6, 2000
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10. All or Nothing

Aidan finally says 'those three words,' leaving Carrie guilt-ridden about her affair with Big. All is well with Charlotte's new engagement--until Trey springs an all-too-odd prenup on her. Meanwhile, Miranda discovers the wonders of phone sex!

TV-MA CC Runtime: 30 minutes Release date: August 13, 2000
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11. Running with Scissors

Carrie's affair with Big puts a strain on her relationship with Aidan--prompting her to seek out advice from Miranda. Charlotte's wedding plans go awry. Miranda is attracted to a man in a sandwich costume. Samantha considers taking an AIDS test.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: August 20, 2000
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12. Don't Ask, Don't Tell

Charlotte's fast-approaching wedding continues to cause trouble as the bride has a fallout with Samantha over the proper way to wear a bridesmaid's dress while also discovering that Trey may need a dose (or two) of Viagra.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 30 minutes Release date: August 27, 2000
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13. Escape from New York

Carrie, Miranda and Samantha are fish out of water in youth-obsessed, no-smoking-anywhere L.A. Meanwhile, Samantha meets a handsome dildo model, while Miranda is mired in her New York ways. Back east, bedroom matters worsen for Charlotte and Trey.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: September 10, 2000
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14. Sex and Another City

Sunny California shows the flaws beneath its slick veneer: Carrie is humiliated when a fling turns out to be less than advertised. Miranda finds L.A. has bestowed some unsavory changes upon an ex, and Samantha's bag is stolen at the Playboy Mansion.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: September 17, 2000
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15. Hot Child in the City

Samantha is hired by a very rich 13-year-old girl to plan 'the Bat Mitzvah of the Century.' Miranda's new flame turns out to be none other than 'RoboCock.' Carrie meets a new mate--who happens to live at home with his parents.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 31 minutes Release date: September 24, 2000
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16. Frenemies

Miranda's first date turns into a wake when the guy drops dead. Meanwhile, Charlotte and Samantha duke it out over their opposing sexual philosophies. Carrie's attempt to teach a seminar on how to meet men is a flop when her students turn on her.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: October 1, 2000
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17. What Goes Around Comes Around

Carrie wonders if her 'cosmic balance' is off after being mugged and tripping down stairs. Samantha must handle the needs of a college-age virgin. A nervous Miranda over-imbibes while on a date, and Charlotte suggests a trial separation with Trey.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: October 8, 2000
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18. Cock a Doodle Do

In the Season Three finale, Samantha and Carrie battle their respective noisy neighbors: loud transsexuals and crowing roosters.

TV-MA CC Runtime: 35 minutes Release date: October 15, 2000
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Don't let anyone fool you! I am a 25 yr old man from NYC and every sunday night, I gather around the television with 4 or 5 close friends (many of them men)and wait for our favorite mambo jingle to come on, and Carrie's ballerina dress.
This show is the perfect blend of comedy and therapy. I have much to reflect on after an episode about my own relationships and the foolishness involved.
The questions asked as Carrie writes her articles (the basis for her narration in the series)provide quite stimulating conversation long after the episode has ended.
If you are reading this article, i am sure you have already seen seasons 1 and 2, and really don't need me to urge you to buy this season. However, this season is a favorite of mine because it Introduces Aiden, which could be the perfect guy for Carrie, but--well, you will see for yourself.
This DVD is a great way to get your friends hooked if they havent been already. As a matter of fact, 4 of my friends got hooked through the DVD series and not by watching it as it came out on HBO.
Enjoy for yourself, and raise your martini high!
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In a time where good television shows are few and far between, one learns to appreciate the genius of the HBO networks' hit TV shows. Prime time and "Late Nite" TV were formerly dominated by the "main networks": ABC, NBC, CBS, etc... That was until HBO got in on the action. With shows like Six Feet Under, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and the Sopranos, HBO is probably the leading purveyor of good TV today. Sex and the City is probably one of its most enjoyable shows. So that's saying something. As a teenage straight guy, I was definitely a late comer to the series, as, well, let's just say the male heterosexual 18-25 year-old market is not one that Sex and the City is a major factor in. But it damn well should be. This show is written BRILLIANTLY, and takes turns at being both hillarious and touching. It even makes me like Sarah Jessica Parker, and I haven't liked her since "LA Story". Each of the girls has something different to offer us as viewers. Carrie (Parker) keeps us moving from scenario to scenario, Samantha (Kim Cattral) is a single-and-loving-it type that provides much of the sexual humor, Miranda (Cynthia Nixon)is endearing if not a little pathetic, and Charlotte (Kristin Davis) is just simply adorable. Not many shows make me yell at the screen or cheer while I'm watching, but after just two episodes, even I was starting to feel anxiety watching Carrie and Big tip-toe around their issues. Anyone who appreciates great writing and originality will love this show. Also, I have to tip my hat to the people writing the show, and especially the corporate execs at HBO for having the ... to go out while they're still relatively on top. That doesn't happen very often in today's profit-hungry entertainment industry!Read more ›
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When I watched one episode of Sex and the City for the first time on TV, I didn't like it that much, but when I got it on DVD a while ago, my whole evenings changed. Me and my friend used to wait till the evening to watch it daily, episode by episode, and couldn't wait till we get the next season. Sex and the City tells about the real life as it is. How real relationships are, how real people talk, work, love and have sex... without boundaries and without losing the respect of the audience. It's not about relationships only, it's about the GREAT New York, and everything in it from its lifestyle to the Central Park. Great entertainment and must have for your collection.
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I love Sex and the City. SJP has said on many occasions that the city is the 5th lady. I agree. The show is shot in the most beautiful place in the world. (can you tell I am a native?)So, it's fitting that the cast reflects the beauty of the city. I love the wonderful writing and the complexity of the characters. It's shows like this that remind the female population that being single isn't a crime and you can be young, sexual and a professional without feeling like maybe the clock is ticking. I have my current boy friend so hooked, that I think that he has watched the DVD's more than I have. I own the first two seasons and love them. I agree with the others that the third is better than the first two. And I sure can't wait for the 4th to be released. So Enjoy city dwellers and always remember, you might find your own, Mr. Big....
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This past season (the fourth season) was chiefly Carrie and the gang growing up -- facing some of the consequences of their actions. Reflecting on the third season, you can see the seeds beginning to take root. Essentially, the first season laid the groundwork for the show, the second season was excellent, but the third season finds the writers doing a little experimenting -- something more than sex talk and shopping. Big's marriage, Carrie's relationship with Aidan (for once, a nice guy!!), Charlotte's marriage, and Miranda's relationship with Steve all show the writers gaining momentum, constantly willing to suprise it's viewers. Frankly, this show only gets better and better. . .
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Okay, let's start off with just saying that I started watching Sex and the City during it's fourth season. After I saw a few episodes, I went to Best Buy and bought The Complete First & Second Seasons of Sex and the City.
My eyes were glued to the tv. Side-splitting humor combined with four sexy women and I say you have a winner. One episode after another after another. It never gets old. This show really explores sexuality and what women think about it. I find this show very informative yet funny. Sometimes, I even forget I'm watching a show. I feel like I'm in NYC, with the ladies, talking about sex.
When The Complete Third Season came out on DVD, I bought it the first day it was for sale. Still great sexual humor. I couldn't get enough of it. But in the third season, the show started showing a more dramatic side of the characters. Not that I'm saying its bad, I just like it when you can have humor with information, with drama. And not too much drama, just enough.
As I was watching The Complete Fourth Season, I began to realize, I'm starting to connect with these characters. Thats amazing!
I highly anticipate the fifth and sixth seasons on DVD. The fifth season was short but sassy and comedic. Although I have only seen the first 5 episodes of the sixth and final season, I'm sure it'll be just as good or even better then the last 5 seasons. Though it will be sad to see the ladies go, I'm hoping they'll make a Sex and the City movie, or something to keep us SATC fans going.
So if you're out there...contemplating whether or not you should buy any of the show's DVDs, don't think twice about it, order them NOW. I recommend you order all so you can get the full "dose" of the show. So please, order the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth seasons of this wonderful and fabulous show.
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