Sex and the City

Bay of married pigs - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: While at their friends' place, Carrie holds her glass of wine wth her index finger extended over the bowl. A shot later the grip has changed completely.

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Bay of married pigs - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: When Charlotte arrives to visit Sam, the doorman is facing straight and turns his head to the left. A shot later his whole body has turned to the left.

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Bay of married pigs - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: At the party, when Samantha is talking to Sean, she holds her glass at breast level, but when his wife arrives it is at mouth level.

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Bay of married pigs - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: When Carrie and the guy kiss at Central Park a man in a gabardine walks by fast but disappears in the following shot. Then he reappears seconds later walking slowly.

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Bay of married pigs - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: When Peter's wife asks him if Carrie saw his d*ck, he has a mug in his left hand. A shot later it disappears and his arm is lowered, only to reappear in the following shot.

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Bay of married pigs - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: When Carrie bumps into naked Peter, his right arm is lowered or raised scratching his ear, depending on the shot.

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Bay of married pigs - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: When Carrie is at her friend's place in the Hamptons her left arm is either on or off the table depending on the shot.

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Games people play - S2-E13

Visible crew/equipment: When Carrie is sitting at the table writing on her laptop after her trip with the girls to the sports bar, the camera comes round and you can see her TV. You can see a boom mic reflecting on the TV screen, and another camera.

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Carrie: I stopped watching TV when people started putting leeches down their pants.

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Trivia: Cynthia Nixon, who plays redhead Miranda Hobbes, is a natural blonde. She had to dye her hair for the role.

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Twenty-something girls vs. thirty-something women - S2-E17

Question: I have a somewhat odd question for everyone that watches Sex and the city. I got into the show about 2 or 3 years after it started running but I remember watching the episode "Twenty-something girls vs. thirty-something women" which was the episode about Carrie and the girls going to the Hamptons and renting a house. Charlotte dates a younger guy that gives her crabs. There is commentary about comparing 20 year girls to 30 year old women and when I watched this episode originally I swear there was a different ending then what is what is shown now. I want to know if anyone else has seen this or am I absolutely insane. In the episode there is a girl that pukes on the beach - her friend holds her hair back and Carrie makes a commentary about "counting on 20 year old girls to hold your hair back." Later when Carrie sees Big with Natasha she runs to the beach and Miranda runs after her. Carrie throws up because she is upset and Miranda holds her hair back, but the version I saw changes the commentary/narration and says that you can "always count on a 30 something year old friend to hold your hair back." I haven't seen that version again. Has anyone else seen it or did I just dream this, because I swear I remember watching this when it first came out?

Weeny Post

Answer: I'm a long-time fan of the show, having re-watched it many times, and I definitely remember slightly different dialogue at the end of that episode than what's on my DVD. I'm afraid I have no idea why this change might have been made or any other info, but you're not insane.

Purple_Girl
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