In all, a decent grab bag of mid-season Sex and the City action. Samantha continues her march through the men of Manhattan, always pushing away men when things get too emotional. Here, in honor of its 20th anniversary, is every episode of this sometimes problematic, sometimes infuriating, sometimes sublime — but no doubt seminal — show, ranked. But this does allow for a magnificent gag about Samantha having to show up despite a terrible chemical peel, and it also allows Carrie to invite her new flirtation, novelist Jack Berger. And Charlotte trades in her hot divorce lawyer for his less overtly hot partner, Harry Goldenblatt … yay, Harry Goldenblatt! Smith, being the most perfect boyfriend in Sex and the City history, forgives her and they forge ahead with their relationship. This is also the episode where she dates Jon Bon Jovi, a fellow patient, which, not a good idea. But they soon realize they belong together … and Charlotte is engaged again! The real standout is guest star Kat Dennings as Jenny, a sexually precocious teen who hires Samantha to plan her million-dollar bat mitzvah. May 21, at The ladies go to Los Angeles, and bicoastal hijinks ensue! This first-season finale nails down the Sex and the City formula and vibe just in time to lure us back for season two. Instead, Charlotte offers her Tiffany engagement ring as a financing tool. After a fight with Aleksandr, Carrie reunites with Mr. Here, Carrie indulges a fantasy, only to wake up the next morning in a filthy apartment filled with the slobbery of multiple male roommates and no damn toilet paper. She gives Miranda her hair appointment and watches new baby Brady so Miranda can go. A hopeless romantic and optimist, Charlotte never gives up on her pursuit of Mr.