By season two, Sex and the City abadoned much of its cheesy breaking of the fourth wall and really established itself as the show we would come to know for six seasons.
During the show's sophomore season we saw Carrie get back together with back, only to break up with him when she found out he was moving to PAris for six months. Of course, the season ended with the shocking finale of us finding out Big was engaged. Jerk.
Meanwhile, Carrie's girls had plenty of adventures themselves. Charolette tried to improve herself in the bedroom via tantric classes, Samantha bought herself a condo, and Miranda started dating Steve, only to break up with him for the first time.
Overall the second season was one of our favorites so we proudly present you almost 140 second season quotes for you to browse. So what are you doing, come enjoy the pearls of wisdom by Carrie and the girls with our Sex and the City quotes:
Carrie: If Big had any class he would've moved away, I was here first. | permalink
Samantha: Practically all relationships I know are based on the foundation of lies and mutually accepted delusions. Take me and James for instance, I pretend he doesn't have a small d**k and he pretends to notice that we haven't had sex in three weeks. | permalink
Miranda: If a man is over thirty and single there's something wrong with him. It's Darwinian, they're being weeded out from propagating the species. | permalink
Miranda: Orgasms, major thing in a relationship.
Charlotte: But it's not the only thing. Orgasms don't send you Valentine's Day cards and they don't hold you hand during a sad movie.
Carrie: Mine do! | permalink
Samantha: The widower thing is a definite no no.
Carrie: The dead wife factor.
Samantha: It doesn't matter how much of a bitch she was alive, now that's she's dead you're the bitch who can't live up to her. | permalink
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? | permalink
Samantha: I don't understand why women are so obsessed with getting married? I mean married people just want to be single again, if you're single the world is your smorgasbord. | permalink
Samantha: What's your age ceiling for men?
Samantha: Factor in millions and millions of dollars.
Samantha: Well, I just met the cutest older man.
Carrie: How old, fifty, sixty? Sweetie is he on medicare?
Samantha: I'm guessing seventy-two, a young seventy-two. | permalink
Samantha: If checking out other women is the biggest problem you're having with him, you're lucky.
Carrie: Well, if it's that small he should be able to stop. | permalink
Samantha: It's so interesting, you can tell a man I hate you and you'll have the best sex of your life, but tell him I love you, and you'll probably never see him again. | permalink
Carrie: Half my music collection was left behind by past boyfriends.
Charlotte: I always give that stuff back.
Carrie: Oh I don't. I consider it a parting gift. Thanks for playing and here's the latest from Hootie and the Blowfish.
Samantha: They're sexual souvenirs. | permalink
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. | permalink
Miranda: The wierd thing is, when he tells me what to do in life it drives me crazy. But when he tells me what to do during sex, it really drives me crazy. It's totally hot! | permalink
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