The episode begins post-engagement smash-up, with Aidan finally going away and Carrie begging him to not. Aidan, one of several characters that are few the show to work out any judiciousness with regards to their feelings, still actually leaves ‐ but he additionally actually leaves her a page. Carrie, convinced it’s a love page (oh, yes, Carrie, you certainly deserve a love letter in this situation), paces herself last but not least starts it, and then find out it is actually a document that is legal essentially asks her to put on (the cash to purchase straight right right back her apartment) or shove away (obtain the hell away from what exactly is lawfully Aidan’s apartment within four weeks). Carrie responds horrifically ‐ by whining to Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte ‐ without taking into consideration the undeniable fact that needless to say this will take place, he owns the apartment. She efforts a break at obligation ‐ hoping to get a mortgage (she’s got no assets, shockingly enough), targeting a cheaper life style (she attempts to drive the coach precisely when into the episode), calculating her fashion expenses ($40,000 on shoes alone ‐ as being an other author, we can’t assist but fall down my sofa everytime this quantity is mentioned), and also taking a look at other flats (shitholes, all). Carrie’s monetary life is a goddamn trainwreck, and she can’t also buck up sufficient to use the coach as opposed to a cab. Insanity.
Her move that is next is more insane. She visits Big (Chris Noth). You keep in mind Big, right? The man Carrie fundamentally wound up with, but in addition the man she cheated on Aidan with, the man he can’t overcome (and who Carrie can’t conquer either), the whole reason behind the termination of these engagement?Details