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Sex and the City: Shortcomings

Carrie dates a writer and meets his very open family. Samantha goes out with Charlotte's brother and Miranda dates a divorcee.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x15
Airdate: Sunday September 12th, 1999

Director: Dan Algrant
Writer: Terri Minsky

Alternate Airdates:

NL (Net 5) Jan 22, 2010

Guest Stars
Justin TherouxJustin Theroux
As Vaughn
Jake BurbageJake Burbage
As Simon Cobb
Leslie BeattyLeslie Beatty
As Mother
Meg GibsonMeg Gibson
As Zoey

Jack MulcahyJack Mulcahy
As Wesley
Episode Notes
Justin Theroux, who plays Vaughn in this episode, guest starred as Jared in "The Monogamists".

Episode Quotes
Duncan: I'm just one of those weird male aberrations who prefers to be married. I like stability, I like routine. I like knowing there's people waiting for me at home. I guess that makes me sound pretty dull.
Miranda: Are you kidding? You're the heterosexual holy grail.

Samantha: Here's what I think. Round up all the divorced men and keep them in a pound. That way, you get their whole history before you take one home.

Samantha: Get out now before he stains all your sheets!
Miranda: Oh, come on, that's harsh! It could be that he was just nervous.
Carrie: The first time is always weird.
Miranda: And he probably had something to drink.
Carrie: And we just spent the whole day with his family.
Samantha: LOOK. This guy could not get his Cadillac into the garage. Honey, I'm sorry. I hate being right about this.

Charlotte: (to Samantha) Is your vagina in the New York City guidebooks? Because it should be - it's the hottest spot in town - it's always open.

Carrie: I like him.
Samantha: Well, that's real swell, but it still doesn't get the cream in the cupcake.
Carrie: But the thing I like best about him is his family.
Samantha: Mmm! Anyone there you can fuck?

Charlotte: You don't know Samantha. I do. She has so many notches on her bedpost it's practically whittled down to a toothpick.

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