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‘Sex and the City’: The 10 Best Episodes, Ranked

Variety Logo By Daniel D'Addario of Variety | Slide 2 of 11: (Season 6, Episode 9) Carrie’s independence — not a consistent trait throughout the series, and ultimately sold out at least a bit by the finale — is in full flower in this episode, in which she faces down a society matron (Tatum O’Neal) who refuses to believe Carrie’s life has as much meaning as the life of a mother. While great meaning was pulled from Miranda and Charlotte’s becoming parents, Carrie was never meant to be one — and the show acknowledges this in a plainspoken and ultimately celebratory way.View the full Article

10. A Woman’s Right to Shoes

(Season 6, Episode 9) Carrie’s independence — not a consistent trait throughout the series, and ultimately sold out at least a bit by the finale — is in full flower in this episode, in which she faces down a society matron (Tatum O’Neal) who refuses to believe Carrie’s life has as much meaning as the life of a mother. While great meaning was pulled from Miranda and Charlotte’s becoming parents, Carrie was never meant to be one — and the show acknowledges this in a plainspoken and ultimately celebratory way.

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