Or makes men men? Are cell phones making us all dicks? This discussion prompts Charlotte and Miranda to reexamine their own friendship: Or is there always room for a new route somewhere unexpected? Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda share their MeToo stories, and Miranda is particularly horrified to recall several experiences she had as a teenager — the same age her son, Brady, is now. Charlotte has learned to be more laid-back with her children, while Miranda micromanages hers. This prompts all of the women except Samantha, of course to wonder what they would have been like if allowed to freely explore their sexuality from a young age. Samantha tries a vampire facial, which requires a blood test beforehand. What is real, what is faith, and do we all need something to believe in? Alex Fine The women are having a harder time than ever finding time to get together for their catch-up brunches, going through dozens of text rounds before they find a time that works for all of them. This prompts a classic brunch debate: The women decide to go on a group tech cleanse the way they used to do juice cleanses. She finds herself amazed and moved at how clean and beautiful it is, and at how New York City could come through on this project that had been in the works for so many years. Charlotte is nervous starting a new, higher-powered job as a museum director and her daughter gives her a good-luck fairy, Rose, for her first day. What really makes us women?