In a moment of passion, they kiss. Is that so different from the real world? Sex and the City season 5 Carrie spends time by herself in Season Five; she fears this means she will be fired from writing her sex column, but instead a publisher wants to turn the columns into a book. Big's emotional opposite. On the day when Charlotte succeeds in projecting the ultimate in connubial bliss— a photo spread in a magazine featuring her Park Avenue apartment— she and Trey split up and he moves back in with his mother. Sex and the City season 2 Carrie dates a baseball player while on the rebound but breaks it off when she realizes she's not over Big. Harry Goldenblatt, the antithesis of what she seeks in a man. He seduces her, and when their no-strings-attached sexual relationship begins to escalate, both parties struggle to keep their emotional distance. She has become synonymous with the idea of an empowered sexual woman, and unlike many of her other counterparts, there is rarely any consideration for the men in her life beyond the ones she has long-term relationships with. Black, white, old, rich, poor, farmhands, bartenders, workout trainers, a Pakistani busboy -- such equal-opportunity screwing is a rarity in the real world, where politics and morality often inhibit carnal pursuits. Despite his physical shortcomings she finds herself attracted to him, and they begin a sexual relationship. Main article: As it turns out, our protagonists like to screw as much as we do. That is how men think women talk. Neither can a lot of women. In the final episode, they adopt a daughter from China, Lily, and in the first movie, Charlotte gives birth to daughter Rose, with Harry proclaiming, "now we have a Lily and a Rose! But when they start to have problems conceiving, Trey ultimately becomes too overwhelmed.