While Sex and the City has been off the year for 10 years now and the ladies of Girls are a little closer to the reality of dating in New York, Sex and the City did really focus on first dates, dating and all of it’s complications in a way that no show had before.
I think it’s fair to say that if SATC was still on tv now, Carrie and the girls would be on Tinder or the very least, talking about it (back in their prime dating years now, not in their 40s and 50s now). What would Carrie think of Tinder? She definitely liked to ask a lot of questions? You know she’d have a great tagline since each episode had a perfect, quippy question that Carrie effortlessly typed into the computer to sum up the episode. Remember those? Carrie was always wondering about something:
“While women are certainly no strangers to faking it … we faked our hair color, cup size. Hell, we’ve even faked fur. I couldn’t help but wonder: Has fear of being alone suddenly raised the bar on faking? Are we faking more than orgasms?
Ten years playing in New York. Countless dates. Five real relationships. One serious. All ending in breakups. If I were a ballplayer, I’d be batting whatever really bad is.”
“Are men in their twenties the new designer drug? I couldn’t help but wonder, what do they see in us?”
“In a city of great... (cont'd)
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