A “Sex And The City” fan took things a little too far, racking up 1,000 sexual partners in 10 years to emulate her idol, Samantha Jones, according to The Times of India. The promiscuous fan, Christina Saunders, aspired to have the confidence and sexual prowess of Samantha, and so she challenged herself to the conquests. Think we’re joking? Read on. Keep reading »
“Sex and the City” first appeared on TV in 1998, but the volume of conversations we’ve had about the show make it seem like it’s been on for decades. Include the movies — like “Sex and the City 2,” which appears in theaters on May 27 — and it feels like centuries.
Or maybe it just seems that way because we’ve had the same tired old conversations for years now. Are you a Carrie, Miranda, Samantha or Charlotte? Is it good for women? Is it bad for women? Someone bludgeon me with a stiletto, please!
After the jump, the 10 conversations about “Sex and the City” you are henceforth officially banned from having. (And yes, this decree is very strict and highly enforceable!) Keep reading »
Noah Mills costars opposite Samantha Jones in the upcoming “Sex and the City 2” as the sex-crazed cougar’s latest play thing, and, MAN, IS HE HOT, LADIES. Find out everything you ever needed to know to get in his pants after the jump. Keep reading »
This is sort of an old clip, from an episode of Saturday Night Live around the time that Sex and the City went off the air, but I was out to dinner with friends last night and a huge group of them hadn’t seen it — and neither had our Catherine. In the clip, which I swear is one of the best in SNL‘s history, Christina Aguilera does a dead-on impression of SATC‘s Samantha. Girlfriend could be an actress, I swear. Keep reading »
Do you remember that Sex and the City episode where Samantha’s doctor tells her she might have developed breast cancer because of her “lifestyle choices” (being single and childless). Well, now there’s a study that says happily married adults have lower blood pressure than single people. Don’t take this as an edict to get married, though, because the unhappily married had even worse blood pressure than singles. And if you’re blood pressure’s that much of a problem, have your doc prescribe you something. [Reuters] Keep reading »