Carrie Bradshaw is back to square one, dating in New York City. Fortunately, she has two close friends who are also in their 50s and facing new challenges together with her. Both Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte York-Goldenblatt (Kristin Davis) have left their corporate jobs to seek advanced degrees; Hobbes is studying human rights law while dealing with a very hormonal adolescent son.
And Just Like That… Episode 3
Yes, things have changed drastically on the streets of Manhattan in the nearly 20 years that we have been away from our screens. With the same amount of grief, humour, and companionship as before, our three musketeers are prepared to face whatever challenges life throws at them. And, not to put too fine a point on it, but considering that we’re all being pushed to navigate life a bit differently right now, this relaunch couldn’t have dropped at a better moment. Shall we watch the third episode and find out what happens?
The sitcom nonetheless managed to provide a few laughs despite Carrie Bradshaw being deeply mired in her grief as a recent widow. Willie Garson’s comedic timing as Stanford Blatch made for some entertaining moments, and the conflict between his character and Charlotte York was intriguing. Lighter drama was also provided by the return of an old enemy of Carrie’s.
The remaining season’s plot points are being closely guarded. However, followers have a general notion of what to expect as the season progresses. The first three episodes have set up the possibility of a story arc in which Miranda Hobbes becomes an alcoholic and cheats on her husband. Rose, the youngest child of Charlotte York and Harry Goldenblatt, was presented as a potential transgender character in episode three.
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