Carrie is invited to go up to their Hamptons beach house by Patience and Peter, but in the morning she bumps into Peter in the hall without his underwear on.
Some friends introduce her to Sean, 'The Marrying Guy'; when she can't keep up on his quick-march to commitment, he ditches her for commitment-phile Charlotte.
Carrie gives a couple of seminars on meeting men to a packed audience of women, who ask some pointed questions that show her up badly.
Samantha finds a new friend in Claire Anne, who turns out to be more than her equal.
Charlotte succeeds in making herself more sexually attractive to Trey.
At the funeral of a would-be boyfriend, Miranda agrees to a date with another man, despite Carrie's warnings to her.
Synopsis: Columnist Carrie Bradshaw introduces her narrative style by a short story about a British girl who thought the Manhattan manner would be the same.
Characters and extras on screen do some of the philosophizing about modern sex life and the life of both sexes she usually does off-screen in her column-style.
Among the main cast of four best friends, PR executive Samantha bluntly stands for sex without relational crap, golden spoon-WASP Charlotte for the fairy tale-romantic ideal, while sensitive flirt Carrie herself and stuck-up pragmatic lawyer Miranda seek a middle way; meanwhile gay talent agent Stanford Blatch provides a twisted mirror image.
Carrie enjoys using hunk Kurt just for her sexual gratification for a change, then the quartet jumps on the dating game carousel, which never stops in the series.
At a birthday party for thirty-something Miranda, Carrie and her friends vow to stop worrying about finding the "perfect" male and start having sex "like men". Charlotte goes on a date with Capote Duncan, but when she tells him she won't have sex with him, he goes to a club and winds up going home with Samantha.
Carrie has several encounters with tycoon heartthrob Mr. The songs that played in this episode are "A Martini For Mancini" by Joey Altruda, and "Mucci's Jag Mark II" by Joey Altruda. His real name is jokingly covered up throughout the series run and remains unknown until the last scene of the final episode, where only his first name is revealed.
Aside from the four main characters, Big (played by Chris Noth) is the only character to appear in both the pilot show and the series finale "An American Girl in Paris, Part Deux". After Miranda and Skipper bump into each other at the convenience store, they sleep together for the first time.