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Then she’d meet Aiden, marry him and look back on her days with Big as a “what-on- Earth-was-I-thinking” phase.Which brings us to the never ending debate: was Aiden The One who got away? In the second movie (which I liked, so sue me) when Carrie runs into Aiden in Abu Dhabi, I was so hoping they’d get back together.

Later, he calls Carrie to see if she will come downstairs to accompany him to a dinner, yet she didn't give out her number.

See more » After Carrie goes to Staten Island to see the politician at his dinner function, she just misses "the last ferry" and is rescued by him and taken back to the city. See more » The four friends take the ferry out to Staten Island to watch and judge the New York City Fire Department's "Calendar Contest".

So when the prequel hits the movie theatres, by all means check it out and laugh at how the new actresses are nowhere near as fab as the original ones. to go back to your very real and very fabulous life as non-Carrie.

The Manhattan quartet takes the ferry to Staten Island when Carrie is on the jury for the New York Fire Department's annual male calendar finalists selection, together with a politician who's rather interested in her.

Considering that this was a season three opening episode,my expectations were quite high. I don't like the new man that Carrie is dating for he seems to be domineering towards her. Too bad that the episode doesn't explain more.

Also,it just too bad that we don't go anywhere in the Miranda/Steve storyline. But nevertheless, I would still consider it fun and entertaining if only you would compare it to the other SATC episodes and not consider it the first episode of the third season.

And don’t get me started on the bare-midriff thing. That’s unforgiveable even if you’ve got Sarah Jessica’s abs. Mr Big is kind of a jerk (and Aiden was probably The One) Have you read He’s Just Not That Into You?

If not, run to the nearest bookstore and get your hands on this must-read (yes, the book, not the movie!

The whole Big and Carrie story is so unrealistic it could have been about unicorns.

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