Final Purge: Sex And The City Mania!

We swear, after Monday, when Catherine and I will have a brief IM about what we thought of the movie, we will not write about this show AGAIN. Or at least for a very, very long time. — Editor

  • Over the course of the show, Carrie had 14 sex partners, Charlotte had 17, Miranda had 18, and Samantha had 40. []
  • SATC is expected to open second this weekend — behind Indiana Jones, which will likely hold its number one spot. [LA Times]
  • Make your own SATC-inspired cocktail. The “Miranda” sounds the most appealing: vodka, Campari, pomegranate juice, Triple Sec, and lemon. [Toronto Sun]
  • SATC killed the “masculine cocktail,” or so claims the “masculine cocktail” industry. Bring back the sidecar! [Posted Torono]
  • Lauren Hutton blames SATC’s portrayal of promiscuous women and stereotypical single women on gay writers. “It’s written by guys, who happen to be gay, who are sluts. That’s what I think.” []
  • Liz Smith doesn’t think Hudson worked in the movie. “It looks like somebody thought, “It’s always been such a white show, let’s bring in an ethnic … how about Oscar-winning Jennifer Hudson?” []
  • Darren Star thinks men are going to see his movie: “Their girlfriends are going to take them,” Star said. “And they’re going to like it.” [ABC News]
  • Kristin Davis is so cute. I want her dress. [GlamTV]
  • Slate thinks that labels have an all-too-prominent role in the movie. [Slate]
  • One Long Island-girl was so inspired by SATC that she snuck into bars to order cosmos and cheated on her boyfriend with seven guys in one week. [ABC News]
  • SATC is popular with women of all income levels. [NY Times]
  • Joy Behar is going to turn Mario Cantone straight. [The View]
  • Did SATC make overly sexy office attire acceptable? [WSJ]