Sex and the City

To market, to market - S6-E1

Trivia: This traffic jam scene was filmed in the 23rd and 5th avenue area of NYC. The City allowed the show to have the entire city block/area roped off, in order to create a realistic traffic jam. While they were filming this scene, Sex And The City 'owned' the whole block. (00:01:40)

I love a charade - S5-E8

Trivia: During this scene, Samantha throws a cantaloupe through the plate glass door. Carrie is standing in the background at the party, and you can see her suddenly duck and react very strongly to the glass breaking. The reason she did this was because, when the glass door was shattered, the glass fragments flew out a much greater distance than had been expected. All of the actors standing near there, including Sarah Jessica Parker, were taken by surprise. (00:20:00)

The good fight - S4-E13

Trivia: This dog 'Pete' is not the original Pete dog, he is a replacement. The first dog was too scared being around John Corbett, so they had to replace him with a 'stunt' Pete dog. (00:02:00)

All or nothing - S3-E10

Trivia: When Carrie is seeing Aiden off to PA, she says in voiceover, "Until the morning". The scene is set to be in the early morning, during sunrise. But it was actually filmed at sunset, at the end of the day, because they ran out of time. They added the birds chirping to make it seem like morning. (00:05:50)

Plus one is the loneliest number - S5-E5

Trivia: The coffee shop is a set; it doesn't exist in reality. They had to find continual ways to make the light come from other sources than the street, because they rarely filmed the street from inside the set. (00:08:00)

An american girl in paris (part une) - S6-E19

Trivia: All of the drapes, fabrics, rugs, curtains, etc. in the interior of Aleksandr's hotel suite, were hand chosen to play against Sarah Jessica Parker's color palette. (00:15:30)

Don't ask, don't tell - S3-E12

Trivia: During the scenes when the girls are trying on their bridesmaid dresses, they were actually filmed in the real Vera Wang dress shop. (00:05:00)

I love a charade - S5-E8

Trivia: Carrie is wearing a necklace that is filled with broken glass in this scene. According to the commentary, it's meant to symbolize the episode theme of 'people living in glass houses'. (00:13:35)

To market, to market - S6-E1

Trivia: During the scene where Carrie is having her 'simu-date', a bird lands on the head of her date. There was actually a 'bridge' built out of bobby pins on the actor's head, to create a landing platform for the bird. (00:18:00)

Bay of married pigs - S1-E3

Trivia: When the women are at the movie theatre towards the end of the episode, the movie "Godzilla" is advertised. The movie stars Sarah Jessica Parker's real-life husband Matthew Broderick.

Let there be light - S6-E13

Trivia: When Carrie comes downstairs at Aleksandr's, she finds his entire staff busy at work. These actors are speaking Hindi, Japanese, and French, individually. They are also fluent in these languages. A 5-page monologue had to be written for each actor, and translated for this scene. (00:13:15)

Let there be light - S6-E13

Trivia: When Carrie wakes up at Aleksandr's house, she finds a card with a note from him in bed. The little face on this card was actually drawn by Mikhail Baryshnikov himself. (00:12:30)

An american girl in paris (part deux) - S6-E20

Trivia: When Smith is shown standing in line at the cafeteria on his film shoot, he has very long 'Barbarian' hair. All of the blonde hair he is wearing, are actually blonde hair extensions left over from Sarah Jessica Parker. (00:21:50)

To market, to market - S6-E1

Trivia: When Miranda is accidentally wiping 'baby poo' on her forehead, it's actually chocolate icing. (00:06:45)

An american girl in paris (part deux) - S6-E20

Trivia: The music during the Carrie montage in Paris was actually written by Mikhail Baryshnikov. It's called 'Carrie's Theme', and is the same music that Aleksandr played to Carrie on his piano in 'The Ick Factor' episode. The show had the music scored by an orchestra, and used it during these scenes. Michael Patrick King wrote the entire montage, with this music in mind. (00:08:50)

To market, to market - S6-E1

Trivia: This scene, with the girls lunching in the Meat Packing District, is interesting because it was the only time in the history of the entire series where they filmed a scene that wasn't in the script. (00:03:45)

Great sexpectations - S6-E2

Trivia: When Miranda picks up Brady, it's one baby. But after the shot changes to Steve and back again, Miranda is holding a different baby. (As explained in commentary.) (00:20:00)

Plus one is the loneliest number - S5-E5

Trivia: The hot dog salesman in this scene is actually Dominic Chianese, Jr. His father is Dominic Chianese, who played Corrado "Junior" Soprano on 'The Sopranos'. (00:28:00)

Boy, interrupted - S6-E10

Trivia: When Carrie and Jeremy are having their picnic at the mental institution, a man suddenly runs by yelling, and being chased by two people. The man running is actually Michael Patrick King. The woman chasing him is Grace Naughton, the Associate Producer. And the other man helping is Key, one of the Security Guys from the show. (00:23:10)

Plus one is the loneliest number - S5-E5

Trivia: During the bar scene at Carrie's book party, there is a woman with red hair sitting at the bar. This is Patricia Field, the Costume Designer for Sex And The City, making her only cameo appearance in the show. (00:17:20)

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