Sex And The City (Season 5) DVD Review
Initially airing in the summer of 1998, HBO's original series Sex And The City, based on the bestselling book of the same name by Candace Bushnell, collected a large and loyal following. Based on the exploits of four young, career-driven woman and their varying relationships with men, the show displays a rare charisma and originally often missing from such shows. Sarah Jessica Parker plays the role of Carrie Bradshaw, a popular relationship columnist and social butterfly. Friends Miranda Hobbs (Cynthia Nixon), Samantha Jones (Kim Cattrall), and Charlotte McDougal (Kristin Davis) round out a character cast that is filled with diversity of lifestyle and opinion. Together, they form the nucleus of a self-created advice circle for consultation on their sex lives, relationships, and careers. The Sex And The City (Season 5) DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere "Anchors Away" in which a sailor invites Carrie to a 'Fleet Week' party (only to have her go home alone due to her inability to forget about her past relationships with Aidan and Mr.
Big). Meanwhile, Charlotte has a less than pleasing experience with a naval officer, and Samantha goes to extremes to let the neighborhood know of Richard's infidelities… Other notable episodes from Season 5 include "Unoriginal Sin" in which Samantha gets back together with Richard and Miranda agrees to baptize Brady, and "The Big Journey" in which Carrie's book tour takes her out to San Francisco where she's reunited with Mr. Big… Below is a list of episodes included on the Sex And The City (Season 5) DVD: Episode 67 (Anchors Away) Air Date: 07-21-2002 Episode 68 (Unoriginal Sin) Air Date: 07-28-2002 Episode 69 (Luck Be an Old Lady) Air Date: 08-04-2002 Episode 70 (Cover Girl) Air Date: 08-11-2002 Episode 71 (Plus One is the Loneliest Number) Air Date: 08-18-2002 Episode 72 (Critical Condition) Air Date: 08-25-2002 Episode 73 (The Big Journey) Air Date: 09-01-2002 Episode 74 (I Love a Charade) Air Date: 09-08-2002.
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