With the highly anticipated “Sex and the City 2″ about to hit theaters on Thursday, MTV News asked some of the show’s biggest celebrity fans to dish on their favorite episodes from the TV series, which aired from 1998 to 2004 before spinning off into the films.
There were a lot of fabulous episodes to choose from, but Roxy Olin, who stars in “The City,” another show single women living in Manhattan, said “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” from season two was a standout for her. In that story line, Carrie discovers the perfect way to get over one of her many breakups with Mr. Big.
“At the Yankee game, when she goes and gets with the Yankee … I just remember that so clearly,” Olin told MTV News. “And she was drunk or something at the game. There’s so many moments in ’Sex and the City,’ I can go on and on and on.”
“Twilight” star Elizabeth Reaser went with season-three episode “What Comes Around, Goes Around,” which finds Carrie involuntarily parting from one of her most prized possessions.
“Love the moment where she gets robbed,” Reaser laughed. “I think she gets mugged for her shoes.”
“The Post-It Always Sticks Twice,” which aired during season 6, still tops the list for many “SATC” fans, including “The Hills” star Stephanie Pratt and “Hills” alumna Whitney Port. In the episode, Carrie’s writer beau Berger breaks up with her via the sticky paper.
“When Carrie gets broken up with on the Post-it note, and they go to the downtown bar,” Pratt recalled of the shaken Carrie and her pals.
“Maybe when she gets broken up with on the Post-It?” said “The City” star Port of the same episode. “That’s so sad!”
At the “Sex and the City 2″ premiere in New York City on Monday, Port revealed that of the four ladies, she connected most to the Manolo Blahnik-loving Carrie.
“I think I relate to Carrie probably the most,” she said. “Because I think careerwise, [my path is] like the path that she took.”
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