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Just imagine a Carrie Bradshaw unencumbered by Big’s serpentine hold.
It seems they finally get a happy ending (though it’s put into question in the first ‘s Emily Nussbaum.
But Carrie and company weren’t meant to carry the feminist mantle from “Murphy Brown” to “Girls,” HBO’s millennial version of “Sex and the City.” They simply leveled the playing field.
They were the primary focus, and male characters were peripheral.
), or, with her newfound perspective, finally gotten herself out of her debilitating, designer shoe–inflicted debt because, really, are three closets filled with Manolos ever gonna bring back your dead spouse?
She could have developed into a woman whose life wasn’t defined by the search for that One True Love.