"We are creatures of choice. That means that we have the capacity to make poor choices, which all of us have done. We have spoken critical words, and we have done hurtful things. We are not proud of those choices, although they may have seemed justified at the moment. Poor choices in the past don’t mean that we must make them in the future.”
“I began to realize that Staten Island was like a quaint European country. The American music was 20 years behind and you could smoke wherever you wanted.”—Carrie Bradshaw [Sex & the City - Season 3 Episode 1 - Where There’s Smoke]
Then I had a thought, maybe I didn’t break Big. Maybe the problem was he couldn’t break me. Maybe some women aren’t meant to be tamed. Maybe they need to run free until they find someone just as wild to run with.
- Carrie Bradshaw [Sex & the City - Season 2 Episode 18 - Ex and the City]
“I have never been able to be friends with an ex-boyfriend. I meet those couples who stay friends and I think, ‘How? How do they do that?’”—Miranda Hobbes [Sex & the City - Season 2 Episode 18 - Ex and the City]
I began to realize, that the biggest threat twenty-something girls posed was to themselves. Annoying, yes. Dangerous, no. They were simply our youthful doppelgangers who needed our compassion more than anything.
Carrie Bradshaw [Sex & the City - Season 2 Episode 17 - Twenty-Something Girls vs. Thirty-Something Women]