Sex and the City Season 2 Episode 6: "The Cheating Curve" Quotes
Oh, haven't you heard? Charlotte's a lesbian now.Miranda
Samantha: Nobody told me it was B.Y.O man?
Carrie: What did you expect? It's a lesbian art show.
Samantha: I know but don't straight guys usually follow them around to see what they're gonna do?
I was a major lesbian back in 4th grade. Wendy Kristen we kissed. It was nice.Miranda
Big: I can tell you one thing, I sure did miss you, officially.
Carrie: Did you cry?
Big: No, but I did listen to a hellava lot of Sinatra.
Charlotte: What are you saying is that a straight woman and a gay woman can't be friends?
Samantha: Of course, they can, but you can't expect to move to Wonder Woman's island and not go native.
Miranda: They know your straight right?
Chalotte: I'm sure they do, but we don't even talk about sex, it's a non-issue.
Miranda: You have to tell them, otherwise your just leading them on.
Samantha: That's right, your nothing more than a big clit tease.
Charlotte enters the room
Samantha: Wow, you didn't have to get all dressed up for us.
Miranda: Why not, you did your hair?
You can't just let it grow wild anymore. There's an entire buisness these days devoted to the upkeep and management of pubic hair. It says as much about you as your shoes.Samantha
Samantha: What is this thing, that guys have these days about wanting to shave your pubic hair?
Miranda: It's obvious, they want a little girl.
Men cheat for the same reason that dogs lick their balls, because they can. It's part of their biology.Samantha
Charlotte: I can't believe he had the nerve to stand there kissing that woman and still pretend he wasn't cheating on me.
Carrie: Maybe he doesn't consider kissing cheating.
Samantha: Oh, come on it was only your second date.
Charlotte: So, doesn't that still guarantee me fidelity until the end of the evening?
Carrie: Well, I think maybe there's a cheating curve. That someone's definition of what constitutes cheating is in direct proportion to how much they themselves want to cheat.
Miranda: That's moral relativism!
Carrie: I prefer to think of it as quantum cheating.