Despite the turmoil in their relationship, Carrie and Big make continuous appearances in each other's lives, which is the source of both joy and stress for Carrie. He immediately realizes his mistake and tells the limo driver to turn around but the damage is already done. However, after Vivenne Westwood gifts an expensive and exquisite wedding dress that Carrie wore in a Vogue modeling shoot featuring Carrie as a "40 year old bride," the wedding plans balloon into something much more elaborate and now with guests. Big's presence in her life. Later in the series, Carrie and Aidan get back together, move in together, and become engaged. Carrie and Big continue a close, sometimes sexual, always flirtatious yet tempestuous friendship until the final episode. Aidan is the opposite of Mr. He'll make her spend a summer weekend at his shack in Upper Shit Village, New York, with no Internet or air conditioning, and he won't spend three hours at a club she wants to go to on Friday night. And to prove that, the Debbie girl he almost ended up with was the adult version of the girl who shoplifts from Wet Seal. She "bursts into tears" like seven times in that episode, and each time it's like watching a particularly hammy audition for the role of Juliet in a middle school Shakespeare production. Big Chris Noth Big is a lie. When Carrie calls him and asks where he is, he states "I can't do this" and Carrie leaves devastated. For some reason, when women do that, it's seen as unfortunate, crazy, and pathetic, but when men do it, they're "sensitive" or "caring" or "sweet. The line inspired a book and later a film by Sex and the City writers. She made nauseating comments about race, class, sexuality, gender, and sex workers.