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Sex and the City: The Ick Factor

Carrie's relationship with Petrovsky continues to go well, but his extravagant gifts become too much for Carrie. Steve and Miranda decide to get married and begin to plan their wedding. Harry tries to be romantic by taking Charlotte to a fancy French restaurant, but the gesture is lost when they both come down with food poisoning. Samantha decides she wants breast implants but receives startling news from the plastic surgeon.


Episode Info


Episode number: 6x14
Airdate: Sunday January 11th, 2004


Alternate Airdates:

NL (Net 5) May 11, 2010

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Guest Stars
Anne Meara
As Mary Brady
Recurring
David Eigenberg
As Steve Brady
Recurring
Evan Handler
As Harry Goldenblatt
Recurring
James Thomas Bligh
As Park Gardener
Recurring
Jason Lewis
As Smith Jerrod
Recurring
Mikhail Baryshnikov
As Aleksandr Petrovsky
Recurring
Jean Brassard
As French Waiter
Louise Scotti
As Shopper
Episode Quotes
Miranda: I said no white, no ivory, no nothing that says virgin. I have a child. The jig is up.

Charlotte: I can't believe you would actually consider having a boob job.
Miranda: I can't believe you went to Planet Hollywood.

Charlotte: Well, it all sounds very old world to me. Very 18th century Russia.
Carrie: Yes, and I live in New York City circa now. I think it's romantic when someone offers me a seat on the subway.



Episode Goofs
Samantha picks up Carrie before Miranda and Steve's wedding. In the cab, she says that Carrie is only a hundred blocks out of the way, but the meter in the front of the cab only shows the fare as being $3.80 so far.



Warning: Sex and the City season 6 episode 14 guide may contain spoilers
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