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Boys Ruin Everything
Carrie comes out of her internship and look who is waiting??
Mr Big George and his limo… and two cups of hot chocolate.
“Winters are tough in NYC.” Oh yeah, no snow and a boyfriend with hot chocolate and a limo. How WILL you survive, Miss Bradshaw?
At school, Carrie the klutz trips and Sebastian catches her.
There is a sizzle between them she couldn’t deny. She is caught between 2 guys- Brenda and Kelly- whoops, George and Sebastian.
Back at her internship, Carrie addresses cards, while George helps. Carrie is worried that if Barbara catches them she won’t think Carrie is taking her job seriously- so she tells George he needs to leave. Bitchy Barbara breezes in, with her hair down- doing the walk of shame- an hour and a half late.
Babs got laid, and is wearing the same clothes she wore the day before. She couldn’t be happier. She begs Carrie and George not to tell Harlan.
Over at the Diner, Carrie, Mags and Mouse are gossiping about what a ho Barbara is. Mouse wonders what kind of woman puts a man before her career. Well, you are probably sitting with two of them, Mouse. Yeah, Mags says- she can either spend the rest of her life answering phones or straddling some guy. Mouse is revolted because Babs is OLD- she’s like, 40. Carrie says “Smother me with a pillow if we are still dating in our 30’s!!!” Yep, I have the pillow all readddddddy. But for now, they are all happy to have cute boyfriends. Mags and Mouse encourage Carrie to ask George to the Winter Dance… mostly so she can rub him in Sebastian’s face. Carrie isn’t sure, he’s older and she doubts he would be into it. The girls thing that Carrie is still into Sebastian. These two are a couple of Magnum PIs.
Oh look who is here! Super Vixen Donna LaDonna sashays into The Diner with the Jenns, Donna greets them “Hello Carrie, Maggie and Carrie and Maggie’s smart friend.” Donna thanks Carrie for taking Sebastian in on Thanksgiving. Carrie is surprised that Donna knows about that, she comes to the conclusion that Thanksgiving meant more to her than it did to Sebastian.
At home, Dad goes through the mail and comes across an envelope containing tickets to The Nutcracker- obviously meant for Mom. It was her tradition to take The Dorrit to see The Nutcracker every year. Dad is like- I wonder what to do with these tickets???? Carrie, in all of her infinite wisdom, suggest he take The Dorrit. He’s been looking for a way to connect with The Dorrit, so unless he wants to score a dime bag of ganga and a feathered roach clip, this might be the thing.