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Sex and the City: Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda

Charlotte and Trey continue having trouble getting pregnant, but Miranda, despite her having a lazy ovary and Steve only having one testicle, managed to get pregnant. Miranda must decide if she wants an abortion and whether or not she should tell Steve. Meanwhile, Carrie tells Aiden about her past, Samantha has trouble being Lucy Liu's rep, and Charlotte and Trey discover the root of their pregnancy problem.


Episode Info


Episode number: 4x11
Airdate: Sunday August 05th, 2001

Director: David Frankel
Writer: Jenny Bicks
Teleplay: Jenny Bicks


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Guest Stars
David EigenbergDavid Eigenberg
As Steve Brady
Recurring
John CorbettJohn Corbett
As Aidan Shaw
Recurring
Kyle MacLachlanKyle MacLachlan
As Trey MacDougal
Recurring
Al SerranoAl Serrano
As Waiter
Craig ChesterCraig Chester
As Hermes Clerk
Joshua BurrowJoshua Burrow
As Chad (as Josh Burrows)
Lucy LiuLucy Liu
As Herself
Maggie LaceyMaggie Lacey
As Hostess
Peggy GormleyPeggy Gormley
As Dr. Peck
Sally MayesSally Mayes
As Nurse
Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
HooverphonicWaves 
Pat C. & Fantastic Plastic MachinePura Saudade 
Richard WorthNative 
Steven Boyd and Chuck HooverMy Rainbow is You 


Episode Quotes
Aidan: Well, if Miranda doesn't want the kid, can't she just give it to Charlotte?
Carrie: No ... it's not like a sweater.

Miranda: He only has one ball and I have a lazy ovary. In what world does that create a baby? ... It's like the special olympics of conception!

Samantha: If it's so hard to get pregnant, how do you account for the number of crying children on planes?



Warning: Sex and the City season 4 episode 11 guide may contain spoilers
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