Sex and the City: Season 1

Sex and the City: Season 1

Sex and the City: Season 1

Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis lead the classic Emmy-winning series following the professional and sexual lives of four New York friends in their late 30s.

1998Rating: TV-MAUSAHBO
ComedyClassic

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EPISODE 1.1
1 January 1998

Sex and the City

At a birthday party for thirty-something Miranda, Carrie and her friends vow to stop worrying about finding the "perfect" male and start having sex "like men". Carrie has several encounters with tycoon heartthrob Mr. Big.... MORE Miranda starts dating nice-guy Skipper Johnston. Charlotte goes on a date with Capote Duncan, but when she tells him she won't have sex with him, he goes to a club and winds up going home with Samantha.

EPISODE 1.2
1 January 1998

Models and Mortals

After Miranda and Skipper bump into each other at the convenience store, they sleep together for the first time. Carrie interviews Barkley, a modelizer who videotapes his conquests. Derek, a male model client of Stanford... MORE Blatch, spends the night with Carrie after a fashion show, although they don't sleep together. Samantha chases Barkley while at a fashion show, in order to be taped.

EPISODE 1.3
1 January 1998

Bay of Married Pigs

Carrie is invited to go up to their Hamptons beach house by Patience and Peter, but in the morning she bumps into Peter in the hall without his underwear on. Some friends introduce her to... MORE Sean, 'The Marrying Guy'; when she can't keep up on his quick-march to commitment, he ditches her for commitment-phile Charlotte. Miranda's colleague from work, Jeff, introduces her to a lesbian, Sid, at a baseball game, and they are invited to her senior partner's dinner party.

EPISODE 1.4
1 January 1998

Valley of the Twenty-Something Guys

Mr. Big and Carrie continue to bump into each other during social events, which leads them to try to organize their first "drink thing". On a night out, Carrie meets twenty-something Sam for a fling,... MORE which turns out not to be so glamorous in the light of day.

EPISODE 1.5
1 January 1998

The Power of Female Sex

Carrie bumps into international party-girl Amalita and her latest man Carlo in a shoe store, who in turn introduce her to a French Architect, Gilles. He leaves Carrie $1,000 on the nightstand after a one-night... MORE stand. Charlotte meets Neville Morgan, a renowned artist, who paints pictures of her vagina for his latest exhibition.

EPISODE 1.6
1 January 1998

Secret Sex

Carrie and Mr. Big have their first official "date", but Carrie suspects Mr. Big is keeping her secret from his social circle. Miranda dates a man from her gym class, but she discovers a spanking... MORE video in Ted's apartment.

EPISODE 1.7
1 January 1998

The Monogamists

Carrie and Mr. Big begin dating on a regular basis, but she learns after bumping into him that he is dating other women. Samantha begins to look for an apartment to purchase.

EPISODE 1.8
1 January 1998

Three's a Crowd

Carrie is unhappy when Mr. Big tells her that he never wants to get married again. Stanford Blatch proposes to her in order to please his grandmother and inherit his part of the family fortune.... MORE Samantha's latest pet project is "The Turtle", one of New York's most successful yet style-impaired bachelors. Charlotte becomes addicted to a rabbit vibrator called "The Rabbit".

EPISODE 1.9
1 January 1998

The Turtle and the Hare

Carrie is unhappy when Mr. Big tells her that he never wants to get married again. Stanford Blatch proposes to her in order to please his grandmother and inherit his part of the family fortune.... MORE Samantha's latest pet project is "The Turtle", one of New York's most successful yet style-impaired bachelors. Charlotte becomes addicted to a rabbit vibrator called "The Rabbit".

EPISODE 1.10
1 January 1998

The Baby Shower

The four women attend a baby shower for their one-time wild-child friend Laney in her new buttoned-down Connecticut-suburb environs. Carrie is forced to think about motherhood by her late period. Miranda regards the other guests... MORE as part of the cult of The Motherhood. Still-single Charlotte fears her dreams of being a wife and mother are slipping away. Samantha throws a "no-baby shower" in response to the one the four women attended.

EPISODE 1.11
1 January 1998

The Drought

Carrie's relationship with Mr. Big has been going on for long enough that it is becoming less physical, especially after she farts in bed. Charlotte is dating a man who isn't interested in sex anymore... MORE thanks to the side-effects of Prozac. Samantha discovers that not having sex can be erotic. Miranda realizes that she hasn't had sex for months.

EPISODE 1.12
1 January 1998

Oh Come All Ye Faithful

After being introduced as "a friend" to his mother, Carrie realizes her relationship with Mr. Big is one-sided and breaks up with him. Miranda dates an up-and-coming playwright who is also an up-tight Catholic. Samantha... MORE falls in love with a perfect man, but he doesn't measure up to her requirements. Charlotte gets psychic readings to see if she'll ever marry.

Sex and the City: Season 1 / Reviews

Independent

Independent

American television can make foot ulcers and brain-death into moving and funny drama; sex, it can only turn into a vehicle for cheap laughs.

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Financial Times

Financial Times

The true power of the SATC girl squad has only been realised in the show's extraordinary durability.

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Boston Globe

Boston Globe

More social satire than sitcom, it looks openly at relationships steeped in ambivalence, fear, and the games people play.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Busy and entertaining as a weekend in Manhattan, which is ample.

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Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune

Parker, with her combination of sweetness and savvy, does a lot to smooth over the rough spots... A nice confection rather than a classic.

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The Age

The Age

The skirmishes carry more than a ring of truth, and while the couples police may not like it, the broad minded almost certainly will.

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