Inspired by The Farewell director Lulu Wang 's call to action at the Independent Spirit Awards, we celebrate women filmmakers working in their field. Watch the video. Title: Change of a Dress 20 Jan In order to get over her divorce, Charlotte takes up tap-dancing, but it doesn't solve her emotional state. Richard has enough confidence to admit doing it with Bebe and invite Samantha to join him in the luxury shower in one breath; she obliges, but still is vexed enough to have a quickie just to spite Richard, who doesn't bother. Miranda learns from her gynecologist the baby is a boy, and is terrified not to be flooded by maternal feelings. The two brides go wedding shopping together, but Carrie chokes in a dress, an extreme symptom of wedding gibbers, or is it more serious?
Change of a Dress Summary
Change of a Dress
Next Episode Previous Episode. When asked when she was getting married, Carrie reflects on the purpose and meaning of getting married. But Carrie has a freak allergic reaction to the dress, which makes her feel negative about the whole thing. She asks Aidan for some time, but he won't give it to her.
When a show captures the zeitgeist of its time as well as Sex and the City did, viewing it from the distance of a decade or two brings its best and worst moments into much clearer focus. Here, in honor of its 20th anniversary, is every episode of this sometimes problematic, sometimes infuriating, sometimes sublime — but no doubt seminal — show, ranked. On the other hand, it plummets in our ranking for its clumsy handling of Samantha dating a black man named Chivon. So much so that she runs out of a party, flustered, and not even in a good way, after sharing a brief smooch during spin-the-bottle with Alanis Morissette. And, um, Charlotte joins the entourage of a movie star named Wiley Ford? Carrie also starts seeing Big again after their recent breakup, because of course she does. Moving on.
There is no known cure. Carrie is feeling pressured by Aidan - and society at large - to plan her wedding. She admits to Miranda that she isn't exactly feeling like a blushing bride.