The show starts off with Samantha talking to a young girl who is dressed up like she thinks she is thirty. The girl tells Samantha, "I want it all, I want it now, and I want you to get it for me." Carrie tells us that the girl is Jenny Brier, the daughter of a wealthy NY restaurateur, and that after firing two other firms, she wants Samantha to do the PR for her Bat Mitzvah party. Jenny tells her she wants Vanity Fair, Carson Daly, People, Teen People, and *NSync at her party. Samantha tells Jenny that she doesn't do kids' parties, and Jenny tells her that her father has invited "over three hundred of his most powerful friends" and that they would be spending at least a million dollars on the party. Samantha's eyes flash dollar signs, and she smiles and tells Jenny that they won't be able to get *NSync.
The girls meet for lunch at what Carrie tells us is "haute cafeteria cuisine," and as they sit down with their trays of food, Miranda stands around and looks at someone at another table. She tells the girls that she thought a cute guy was looking at her. Because they all have the maturity of middle-school girls, they all turn around and look at the guy and make "ooohhh!" noises at Miranda. Apparently, Helen Keller now designs for Chanel, because Carrie is sporting a blouse that only a blind person who can't hear people yell "What in the hell are you doing with those hideous colors patched together!" would design. With the appropriately mismatched do-rag on her head and the big "Carrie" hoop earrings, she sort of looks like Rae Dawn Chong in Beat Street. Miranda then tells the girls that she went to the doctor about her headaches and he told her that she is a tongue thruster, which means that when she sleeps, she pushes her front teeth with her tongue, so her bite is off; she is going to go to the orthodontist the next day. Carrie doesn't really care, because she wants Miranda to go over to the cute guy and give him her phone number. Miranda refuses to act like she is thirteen, so Carrie does it for her. The cute guy gives Carrie his business card to give to Miranda. Gee, maybe they can go on a group date and go to Friendly's for some ice cream and then to the movies, where they can try to sneak into a rated-R movie!
Carrie is walking down the street drinking bottled water, and she tells us that she decided to brave the heat and go to her shoe repairman to have him work on her soles. She goes to where the shoe repair shop should be, but it is now a comic book store. She goes into the store and asks the guy behind the counter where the shoe repair guy went. He tells her that the shoe guy closed the shop because he couldn't afford the rent. Comic book boy and Carrie have small talk about writing comics and writing newspaper columns, Wonder Woman, blah blah blah flirtcakes. He shows her a comic he drew called Power Lad. She decides to buy a comic from him.
Carrie tells us that she never got her shoes fixed, but a week later she got a new pair of boots. Phew! I was worried she wouldn't have proper footwear! Not. She opens an envelope from work with letters and other correspondence in it, and she finds a drawing of herself as Wonder Woman on the phone calling Power Lad. She tells us she felt compelled to call him and thank him. Then she tells us that Charlotte went surfing on the Internet to find out a way to fix Kyle's problem. She finds a site about erectile dysfunction and a hydraulic pump, so Kyle could turn into a bionic man.