The series is timeless. A small penis is a total deal breaker. In the world of Samantha Jones and the gang, a tiny D is worse than halitosis or a felony.
Susan Sharon, who is the east coast rep for fancy menswear, now only hangs out with Carrie once or twice a year, usually when her husband is out of town. This is apparently one of those times, as Carrie and Susan Sharon are walking past some New York museum or other cultural attraction. Susan Sharon is regaling Carrie with a tale of accidentally taking too many meds and passing out on an airplane. Carrie is smoking a cigarette and wearing her shapeless fur coat again. Carrie sheepishly pulls her hand back. Susan Sharon tells Carrie to come up to her apartment, because she has something for her.
Sex and the City requires little introduction. The six-season series about the professional, romantic, and social lives of four something women in New York featured protagonists who were candid and explicit about their sex lives and put female friendship above marriage. There are certain parts of the show, however, that have not aged well. Some plotlines are quirky — like when Miranda wanted to bone a guy dressed as a sandwich — but others are just too messed up to let slide. Her first love was a brown horse named Taddy, you see, who betrayed her by throwing her during a competition. Charlotte smiles knowingly when she thinks about how Taddy just loved to be ridden after she broke him in.
What did I tell you about listening to my CDs? You put Natalie Imbruglia back in U2! Now, I only see her once or twice a year Now, I can not remember if I've taken my Halcion before dinner or not. So I take another one, I have a cocktail, I'm feeling no pain. The next thing I know, this freaked out stewardess is slapping me awake. I open my eyes, I look around the plane, it's completely empty. You know what. Come up to my apartment because I have something for you.