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Over in spinnin' spinnin' free, the sequel, a discussion of Eat Cod (you'll just have to read it for yourself) morphed into deadheadkid, who Couldn't Help But Wonder which was the worst thing of all time, the rotary on Cape Cod or Sex and the City.

 

I figure this is good for a bit of conversation, especially with Carrie and her pals now raking it in at the box office. 

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yeah...

I find myself not exactly rushing to Netflix to rent this.

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saw it...

I saw it on the plane... gotta say:

the best yuks they could come up with were Charlotte pooping in her pants and a dog humping a pillow??

Two 8-10 minute segments with fashion show stuff, Carrie in her closet -- showing the styles and shoes of the times, and the other runway fashion show?

A 'fat' Samantha? eating rather than getting laid?

sheesh!

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Not enough screen time with the gay wedding planner guy, he was always a hoot.

Four un-opposeable thumbs down. (I walk on all fours, don't you know)

All that said, I did want to finnish the film just to see what (however predictably) happened at the end.

Sex and the City The Movie Part II is in the works and "all" treatments are under consideration, I hear.

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well...

I'm with your prefect on Grey's Anatomy, except I have wanted to slap most of the characters upside the head for most of this past season. However, the season closer was the greatest ever and caused me to feel good about the whole thing again.

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Diversions

As one with moderate to severe ADD I have to agree with you TigerLilly on the diversions thing. My friend (who is gay and my prefect) tried to beat me severely when I showed him my description of Sex and the city. He, of course, loves the show and watches it with my dorm parent all the time. as a result, none of us guys are able to use the common room or the tv with out being subjected to the show. Only thing more deadly than insulting sex and the city to my prefect is insulting grays anatomy.
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You're on to something Frankly

I enjoy it alot that some things are not censored in Europe, as they are in the states. Since I have moved away, have noticed how absurd certain American moral standards are-but this is not the place for reflecting more on this, I think. LOL at your image of beep beep S&TC!
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incredible...

there is a censored version,must sound like morse-code..beep,bep,beeepbeeep etc.oh good wise liberal america!and joe..in europe we have a 60 year old tradition of who can open a book ,a site and read it.we had socalled political commisioners for that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I must say

on further reflection, that I love the gay guys on this show. I especially love the one who later turned up in a similar role in Men in Trees.

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don't know

don't know if that show will help you understand women more or less after watching that show or the film, Michael Patrick King, (a guy) the writer/director/producer is said to be gay -- not that there's anything wrong with that...

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I think you will understand how hollywoodland or HBO will do anything to make a buck more than anything else.

now where are my Liza Minelli albums??
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peace.

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the latter, most likely

but on the other hand I have never been into girly stuff so I'm a bad one to ask.

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so if i watch

will i find(figure) out how women really think? or r the writers men, like most of the shoe designers? or is this just TV,grain of salt and all that,eh!

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