Sex and the City
What Goes Around Comes Around

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Payback's a Bitch!

Miranda walks in a hangover haze out of her bedroom while grabbing onto the walls, and looks for the detective. She finds a note from him with the number of the local AA chapter. I can't believe the writers made Miranda sink so low. It is a crime what they did to her in the past few episodes. And really, the detective didn't seem to mind her drunkenness the night before -- why be bothered with it in the morning?

As Sam is pounding on Samantha's door screaming, "I love you Sam Jones!" Carrie tells us that Samantha got her karmic retribution. "She realized that in screwing Sam Jones, she wound up screwed herself." I'm not even going to go into how sick this storyline was, because we all know that the whole thing was just so wrong and a number of levels. It wasn't funny, it was sad, and if a man that old decided to take the virginity of a girl that young just for the karma of it all, everyone would be yelling Statutory Rape. I have a friend who lost his virginity to a woman her age, and it really screwed up his ability to have a healthy relationship for a long time. And that's all I have to say about that.

A few days later, Charlotte moves back into her old apartment. Carrie tells us that Charlotte was lucky to have only subletted the apartment. Yeah, what a lucky girl she is.

Carrie tells us because she didn't want to live her next life as a dung beetle, she found out where Natasha was having lunch; she accosts Natasha at the restaurant. She is wearing a Christian Dior newspaper-print dress with no bra (I guess she is still afraid someone will steal it) and she sits down at Natasha's table (that has a big-ass flower as a centerpiece) and tells her she needs to talk to her. After taking a big gulp from Natasha's water glass, she tells Natasha she heard about her marriage and thinks it was so terrible and didn't mean it to happen and could take it all back if she could, and she is deeply sorry and what she did was wrong, blah blah blah apologycakes. Natasha asks her if she is finished, and then tells her that she is sorry "he moved to Paris and fell in love with me. I'm sorry we ever got married. I'm sorry he cheated on me with you, and I'm sorry I pretended to ignore it for as long as I did. I'm sorry I found you in my apartment, fell down the stairs, and broke my tooth...Finally, I'm sorry you felt the need to come down here. Now not only have you ruined my marriage, you've ruined my lunch." Go Natasha! She should have ended it with a bitch-slap upside Carrie's inflated head. Natasha's date arrives, and Carrie leaves. As she walks away Carrie tells us she realized her "actions had set into motion a karmic chain of events that put Natasha back on the singles market."

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