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Sex and the City - And Just Like That

Did you watch the new episode yet?

I made sure I re-watch series 6 and both movies before tucking in to the new one.



The episode was full of revelation and my hope is that I do not spoil the plot line for you BUT I was so excited to see Grey hair and Alcohol both addressed in the first episode.


Have all my Christmas wishes come true? to have my choices endorsed by the pop culture that is Carrie Bradshaw makes me happy, even though she is a fictional New York City columnist and fashionista.


Set and filmed in New York City, the original show follows the lives of a group of four women—three in their mid-thirties and one in her forties—who, despite their different natures and ever-changing sex lives, remain inseparable and confide in each other.


The show that follows the lives of the four women was the writers' way of exploring social life—from sex to relationships—through each of their four very different, individual perspectives.


Kind of like My Five Pals






Last night I watched the new sequel series titled And Just Like That...


It was fun to see the girls again and like most fans I love to check out what they are wearing, how they are all ageing, of course the fashion and hair styles are a big part of the show.


Today I am focusing on Miranda the city lawyer who is now ready to pivot and retrain, she is heading back to college after quitting her job in the city.


Miranda, originally a red head, checks in with Carrie after Charlottes rude remark about her embracing her natural hair colour. Charlotte suggests she should colour her hair before college. But Miranda gets the wink of approval for her grey hair from the fashionista that is Carrie Bradshaw.


Then Miranda shows us the real cost of all those Manhattans at lunch, she seems to have grown a little bit dependant on the strong stuff and we see her relying on alcohol for more than just a good time.


She sneaks for a vino at 10.50am before class, later she necks a strong Whiskey before her speech and then she smuggles the handbag wine in to the piano concert.


There was something different about the desperation and the loneliness surrounding her choices. I say hurray to the writers for addressing such a critical issue.


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