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Sex and the City: Politically Erect

After three weeks, Carrie and Bill Kelley take their relationship to the next level but ends after he reveals his fantasy. Charlotte moves forward with her goal to get married by the end of the year. Samantha meets a bachelor who isn't her perfect match height wise but a match between the sheets. Miranda confronts Steve about becoming exclusive.


Episode Info


Episode number: 3x2
Airdate: Sunday June 11th, 2000


Alternate Airdates:

NL (Net 5) Jan 29, 2010

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Guest Stars
David Eigenberg (1)David Eigenberg (1)
As Steve Brady
Recurring
John SlatteryJohn Slattery
As Bill Kelley
Recurring
Mike DoyleMike Doyle
As Mark
Recurring
Sarah WynterSarah Wynter
As Elizabeth
Recurring
Willie GarsonWillie Garson
As Stanford Blatch
Recurring
Anthony AlessandroAnthony Alessandro
As Jeff Fenton
Donnie KeshawarzDonnie Keshawarz
As Greg Miller
Elizabeth BanksElizabeth Banks
As Catherine
Fred Dalton ThompsonFred Dalton Thompson
As Politician on TV
Lisa SauberLisa Sauber
As Woman
Sarah ClarkeSarah Clarke
As Melinda
Episode Quotes
Stanford: I can only stay a few minutes. I got tickets to the Vagina Monologues.
Carrie: Why?
Stanford: Just because I don't eat at the restaurant doesn't mean I can't hear the specials.

Carrie: I figured we made a good match. I was adept at fashion; he was adept at politics. And really, what's the difference? They're both about recycling shop-worn ideas and making them seem fresh and inspiring.

Samantha: I don't believe in the Republican party or the Democratic party. I just believe in parties.

Charlotte: I can't believe you're dating a politician. You're not even registered to vote!
Carrie: It's the undecideds they're really after.



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