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Sex and the City 6 Seasons 1998

Season 1
4.4 out of 5 stars (99) IMDb 7/10

All twelve episodes from the first series of the raunchy American comedy-drama. In 'Sex and the City', Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) and her female friends vow to start enjoying sex rather than worrying about finding the perfect partner. 'Models and Mortals' sees Miranda dating a model obsessive, while Samantha videotapes herself having sex. In 'Bay of Married Pigs', Miranda is shocked to disco...

Starring:
Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall

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1. Sex and the City

In the pilot episode of this hit comedy series, New York City sex columnist Carrie Bradshaw and her friends vow to stop worrying about finding the perfect mate--and start having sex like men.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: 1 January 1998
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2. Models and Mortals

Miranda makes the mistake of going out with a 'modelizer' (someone who is obsessed with models); Samantha chooses to go out with a modelizer and has her sexual encounter videotaped; Carrie experiments with Derek-the-model and flirts with Mr. Big.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: 1 January 1998
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3. Bay of Married Pigs

Carrie is invited to a couple's house in the Hamptons only to be flashed by the husband, Miranda's law firm thinks she's a lesbian and Samantha gets to know her doorman better. Meanwhile, Charlotte dumps an eligible guy with the wrong china pattern.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: 1 January 1998
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4. Valley of the Twenty-something Guys

Carrie discovers the limitations of going out with a twenty-something hunk, Charlotte's boyfriend has a sexual favor to ask, and Samantha comes to the sobering realization that she'll always be older than her boy toy.

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5. The Power of Female Sex

Carrie goes on a date with a gorgeous French architect, who shows his 'thanks' with a thousand dollars. Meanwhile, a famous painter uses Charlotte as one of his models and Skipper becomes sexually obsessed with Miranda.

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6. Secret Sex

Carrie thinks Mr. Big is keeping her a 'secret' while Miranda discovers a sex secret about her new boyfriend. Samantha has never been discreet with anyone she's ever slept with, and Charlotte divulges her past secret love affair with a Hasidic Jew.

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7. The Monogamists

Carrie wants a monogamous relationship with Mr. Big, while Samantha refuses to have one with her realtor. Miranda's feelings for Skipper intensify, while Charlotte is faced with her new boyfriend's sexual demands.

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8. Three's a Crowd

Carrie discovers not only that Mr. Big was married before, but that he and his ex participated in a threesome. Meanwhile, Charlotte's boyfriend wants to add another woman to their relationship. Samantha becomes too involved with a married couple.

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9. The Turtle and the Hare

Mr. Big tells Carrie he will never marry again. After a harsh dumping, Samantha tries to turn 'The Turtle' (an investor with bad breath) into a Helmut Lang-wearing catch. Meanwhile, Miranda introduces Charlotte to 'The Rabbit.'

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10. The Baby Shower

A baby shower for Laney--a wild-child-turned-soccer-mom--gets the girls thinking about their futures. Carrie is late for her period. Charlotte is fearful she may never have the daughter for which she has been preparing her whole life.

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11. The Drought

An accidental emission has Carrie certain that she and Mr. Big will never share a bed again. The last three months have Miranda convinced she will never share a bed with any man again. Tantric celibacy leaves Samantha craving old-fashioned sex.

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12. Oh Come All Ye Faithful

In the Season One finale, Mr. Big introduces Carrie to his mother as his friend, causing Carrie to ponder just where their relationship is headed. Miranda breaks up with Catholic Guy because of his sexual hang-ups.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: 1 January 1998
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By A Customer on 6 Mar. 2002
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This is one of the funniest and realistic shows around. The characters are great and it makes excellent viewing for a girls night in. I can't fault any of the episodes, they are all brilliant. There is definately something for everyone. It really is like watching your best friends on screen. The episodes on this DVD definately get 5 stars from me.
One problem though: why has it not been released on the UK pal format? I was very disappointed to discover that it doesn't work on my TV and so I have to watch it on my computer which just isn't the same.
Great show, Bad DVD
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The whole Sex and The City series make wonderfully compulsive and uplifting viewing... rather like watching an agony aunt column on relationships through the eyes of four quite different, but equally disarming women. Women get to identify with the million-and-one observations of the four women, whilst men get a fascinating insight into the female psyche. However, there are no cringe-inducing cliches here.
If you haven't seen the whole series on TV then you get the chance to see what you've been missing and if you've already seen it, like me, then you get to savour the fabulous Carrie-Big saga. A true love story told without over-sentimentality and complete with all the frustrations and diversions of real life. This is a classic series of Friends proportions, though with a little more drama. There are plenty of laugh-out-loud scenes and the dialogue is witty and concise with no 'filler' material in sight. The characters are perfectly drawn and the one drawback of purchasing Series One alone is that you'll soon wish you'd bought the box set instead.
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This was the first time that the girls, Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte graced our screens as the straight talking, sex talking career girls of New York that we all wanted to emulate in one way or another. It's great to look back and so how the series changed and developed as the seasons wore on. And it's still great to watch. If you are going to collect the box sets... then this is a good place to start!
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This is Bridget Jones with New York chic. No large grey knickers appear on the pert butts of the four thirty-something sassy women as they navigate through the minefield that is the Big Apple. Sex right side up, wrong side up, al fresco, singly, in pairs, threes and groups, gay and mechanical, monogamy, love, prostitution and nymphomania all come under the microscope for discussion and/or experimentation...... A major health warning for men who think that girl-talk is all frocks and lipstick.
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I used to dislike this bunch very much. In my view, from up high my pedestal of married woman, they were a bunch of promiscuous losers.

Then I got divorced.

Fast forward three years, I find myself still single, going through the dating scenes and watching this very comical series, with uproars of "yes! that is so true! It doesn't matter if men are ugly, fat and poor, they can still be complete ... @£%$%^$s!"

I am glad to say I am now one of the promiscuous losers, trying to make sense in the world of men of a certain age.
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When I first heard of this series, I approached it with a sense of fear and trepidation. After all, a US sitcom based around four 30-something New Yorker women taking the proverbial out of the weaker sex's "athletic" abilities did not seem to bode well, let alone promise any degree of entertainment. After all, we all think we're perfect, don't we...
Anyway, after getting over this initial stigma, I decided to give the series a whirl. Initially it was a bit of a shock, as I was expecting the standard US turgid pap, but the first signs were promising - no canned laughter! As the first episode progressed I also realised that this series was conforming to the standard ideals of HBO programming - excellent performances (spot on casting all round), brilliant dialogue, and (almost as importantly!) four letter words and nudity! Having come across from the cossetting land of Friends, this made a most refreshing change. It also comes across at times as a slightly less paranoid, female biased version of something Woody Allen may have produced if he worked for HBO.
To cut to the chase, I'd recommend this to anyone looking for an intelligent and genuinely funny comedy programme, but with the proviso that you have to have a fairly broad mind! Okay the dialogue does have a go at us blokes, but not in a "all men are scum" way, and to be fair, the women aren't exactly portrayed as angels all the time, either...!
And if you think Series 1 was good, just you wait for Series 2...!
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By A Customer on 2 July 2001
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Fantastically acted, extremely well scripted, funny beyond belief and so true to life, the characters are well thought out, and the designer outfits are to die for. Top viewing for men as well as women. Buy it now!!!!
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It's hard to imagine a time without Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda now, but this time was 1998, when the show's first season started. The First season covers all that was taboo in the 90's and explores the complex relationship between men and woman, being far too young to have seen the first series originally it was good to have a look at were it all started. I haven't written much as i don't want to give to much away. The only downside is there are only 12 episodes and no extras. The episodes are only around 25 mins long which means i ploughed through them in two evenings.
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