Diary Of A Hollywood Refugee

Sunday, February 22, 2004

One Last Cosmo - for the girls!

“Every now and then a television series so perfectly captures the mood of a culture that it becomes a sociological event - something to be studied in terms of historic patterns, analyzed in the spirit of the decade, maybe even incorporated into a college lecture or two… Sex and the City is one of those series,” Dinitia Smith, NY Times.

With its steamy storylines and frank discussion of sexual relationships, "Sex and the City" quickly became the show everyone loved to talk about.

Darren Star said that the most ground breaking thing the show did was to alter attitudes:

"the attitudes that we sort of presented about women and their sexuality and the idea that, you know, women were sort of these independent, sexual creatures that just weren't necessarily looking to get married and settle down."

"Sex and the City" has come to an end. I will miss the weekly lunches and dinners in all the hippest restaurants, the laughter, the tears, the clubs, the cosmos, the clothes, the shoes, the sex, the sights and sounds of the city, but most of all I will miss my four friends: Miranda, Charlotte, Samantha and Carrie.