Back in Carrie's apartment, she steps out of the shower and starts writing about "sexpectations. Maybe, once we're out of our thirties, we shouldn't call it dating. We should call it 'Waiting For The Other Shoe To Drop'... Why is it always something? Unless you're in a problem-free relationship with TiVo."
Lights up on Mir, at home, on the couch in pajamas, cruising through her TiVo menu. She still has her audio function on. My Ben hates the ping-pong sound. I love the deep timpani you get if you try to navigate where there's no more room to go. I just fucking love my TiVo so much. Mir has not a lot on her TiVo, just The Daily Show (I love it, grab it all the time), Crossfire (I call that The Yelling Show), Poirot (never seen it), What Not To Wear (love it, can't wait for the new season), and Mir's fave, Jules and Mimi. She gasps in anticipation and says, "Hellew." She fast-forwards the ads, saying "shutup, shutup, shutup, shutup," then happily settles in to watch hot Brits get it on.
Char perkily navigates her way through a synagogue, then gets the door slammed in her face twice when she announces that she's considering switching to the Jewish faith.
Harry thinks it is so hot that Char even tried, he tries to fuck her right then and there, and then clues her in that TPTB will try to reject her three times to test her resolve. Oh, those Jews! So shrewd. And they run Hollywood. Just kidding, don't send me hate mail. It dawns on Char via Carrie's VO that the rabbis were "playing hard to get. They were Rules rabbis!" Char smiles and says she "can play that game. [She] invented that game." She takes off her pearls and heads over to Harry. "No man rejects Charlotte York!"
Mir, with a big bowl of ice cream, settles in once again for a snuggle with her newly commercial-free television that only shows what she wants to see. Ahh, TiVo. I love you. Magda walks up and says she thinks she did something bad. She "sat on" the ergonomic TiVo remote, and now there are no programs recorded. Mir freaks out. "No no NO no no!!" I'm so glad that hasn't happened to me.