Sex and the City Season 2 Episode 13: "Games People Play" Quotes
Carrie: (about therapists) First they want you to come there two times a week, then three times a week, and eventually you're starting every sentence with my therapist says...
Miranda: My therapist says that's a very common fear.
Carrie: He's a photographer.
Samantha: And you met him at your shrink's?
Carrie: It wasn't a setup or anything. Jeez! What if he's crazy?
Samantha: It's the crazy ones that have the good pills.
It's slim pickings out there. You can't swing a Fendi purse without knocking over five losers.Samantha
Carrie: I don't pick the wrong guys, they pick me.
Miranda: So what, your like a fly strip for dysfunctional men?
Carrie: Yeah, but one of those really pretty floral scented ones.
Charlotte: I mean even if you're still in a relationship you still have to play games.
Carrie: Big and I played games look where it got us.
Charlotte: But maybe the game is not really over, maybe it's just halftime.
Miranda: With that kind of delusional thinking, is why you should be in therapy too.
Samantha: The only place you can control a man is in bed. If we perpetually gave men blow jobs we could run the world.
Carrie: At least our hands would be free to greet dignitaries and stuff.
Samantha: Well, of course you pick the wrong guys. Jesus, I coulda told you that.
Carrie: Frankly, I thing I picked the wrong therapist. She thought I was a game player.
Charlottle: You have to be. It's the only way to deal with men.
Miranda: That's healthy. Relationships are not about playing games. They're about mature and honest communication.
Carrie: This coming from a woman whose playing peek a boo with her neighbor.
Dr. G: So, Carrie, tell me why your here?
Carrie: Well, my friends can't handle me anymore. You're like very expensive foster care.
Stanford: How can you not have a shrink? This is Manhattan. Even the shrinks have shrinks. I have three.
Carrie: No, you don't.
Stanford: Yes, one for when I want to be cuddled, one for when I want tough love and one for when I want to look at a beautiful man.
Carrie: That's sick!
Stanford: Which is why I see the other two.
Carrie: Therapy is just so self-indulgent. Ancient man didn't need shrinks to survive.
Miranda: Ancient man only lived till thirty.
Carrie: It's a slippery slope. First you go once a week, then its three times a week, and the next thing you know your starting your sentences with, my shrink says......
Miranda: My shrink says that's a very common fear.
Carrie: I'm fine. I'm functioning. Besides I don't really, to be honest, buy the whole shrink thing.
Charlotte: Neither do I. I mean, my parents believed that any head problem can be solved with physical exercise. That's why all of us are really good tennis players.