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Sex and the City: Defining Moments

Carrie and Big start to get along better until Carrie flirts with a jazz player and makes Big jealous. Seeing this, Carrie decides that she needs to set some boundaries for their relationship. Samantha sets boundaries with Trey, who only wants to have sex. Miranda, on the other hand, lowers her boundaries and lets her boyfriend urinate with the door open, but soon regrets her decision when he does every thing with the door open. Samantha lowers her boundaries as well and starts a lesbian relationship with an artist.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x3
Airdate: Sunday June 10th, 2001

Director: Allen Coulter
Writer: Jenny Bicks
Teleplay: Jenny Bicks

Alternate Airdates:

NL (Net 5) Feb 25, 2010

Guest Stars
Chris NothChris Noth
As Mr. Big
Craig BierkoCraig Bierko
As Ray King
Kyle MacLachlanKyle MacLachlan
As Trey MacDougal
Sonia BragaSonia Braga
As Maria
Adriana SevanAdriana Sevan
As Beautiful Woman
Karen CulpKaren Culp
As Park Avenue Woman #2
Orlagh CassidyOrlagh Cassidy
As Park Ave. Woman #1
Rob MounseyRob Mounsey
As Pianist
Episode Notes
This episode won the 2002 Emmy for 'Outstanding Costumes for a Series'.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Dum Dum ProjectBlessings 
Four Piece SuitSonya 
Mark BermanEngagement Party 1 
Momi OchionGlobal Minstrel 
Momi OchionInshalla 
Rob MounseySub Rosa 
Thievery CorporationSouka Nayo 

Episode Quotes
Samantha: There isn't enough wall space in New York City to hang all of my exes. Let me tell you - a lot of them were hung.

Episode Goofs
When Big and Carrie are at the Jazz bar, the position of Carrie's napkin changes throughout the scene.

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