Feeling unproductive? This episode starts with a tale of ghosting that makes the Manhattans of and sound almost exactly the same, or at least equally heartless. Miranda tosses Steve a pity-bang to help celebrate his recovery from testicular cancer.
In what has to be, hands-down, one of the best sex scenes of SATCSamantha turns a shitty situation being stuck in a firehouse with a bunch of gross middle-aged men into a sexy one. The New Smoke.
The storyline wraps up with an absolutely ridiculous deus-ex-machina: a silhouetted Leonardo DiCaprio rescues Samantha from her social exile. Berger reacts defensively and aggressively, a red flag for what was to come in their brief and volatile relationship.
Seasons three and five are objectively the best. Season 4, Episode 8 Charlotte struggles adapting to life as a housewife, Samantha tries out every sexual position physically possible, and Carrie's laptop crashes, but all of this is dragged into perspective when Miranda's mother dies.
A group of people are resurrected from their deaths by a mysterious black ball called GANTZ to combat alien criminals hiding on Earth. And it was so epic. With the added element of their forbidden love and Fitz's "superpower", things get hot and heavy between these two extremely quickly.
In this episode, Miranda and Steve meet for the first time in one of the hottest scenes of the show, regardless of the fact that they're both fully clothed. Miranda also experiences jealousy issues despite not even liking her new fling, Skipper, all that much.
Charlotte gets a dog, which is nice but not exactly riveting. And Charlotte finally gets pregnant, only to have a miscarriage. In an iconic moment, Carrie ends up being fashion roadkill, taking a tumble down the runway, and Heidi Klum literally steps over her frozen body.
And over beers, no less. The die is cast for our final episodes. This episode starts with a tale of ghosting that makes the Manhattans of and sound almost exactly the same, or at least equally heartless.