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|Sex and the City The Complete Second Season|
Actors: Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Justin Theroux
Directors: Alan Taylor, Allen Coulter, Allison Anders, Daniel Algrant, Darren Star
Genres: Comedy, Television
They're back... HBO Home Video now brings you Sex and the City: The Complete Second Season. From creator and executive producer Darren Star, the award-winning, hit series stars two-time Golden Globe winner Sarah Jessica Pa... more »
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Duane S. (superpoet) from FORT WORTH, TX
Reviewed on 2/25/2008...
I loved this . I give it 5 stars!
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More?? Yes, More!! (of the hottest show on TV, now on DVD!)
eurotrashgirl | 03/23/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"At long last, the Second Season of Sex and the City is available for purchase!! Die-hard fans should expect more of the same: great writing & acting, laugh out loud comedy, and cutting-edge fashion. As Season 3 showed us last year on HBO, this show just keeps getting better and better. The longer it is on the air, the more popular it gets!! Sex and the City is a breakthrough series about four single thirty-something women living and working in New York. Sarah Jessica Parker stars as Carrie Bradshaw, a witty, sarcastic and beautiful New York sex columnist who often looks to her own life and to that of her friends for her material. Her character is based on real-life writer Candace Bushnell, the Manhattan Sex Columnist who wrote the book upon which the show is based. The book was made up of a collection of actual columns that Bushnell had written for the New York Observer chronicling the '90's Manhattan social scene. Through the column, the book, and now the series, Bushnell take us on a tour of modern, thirty-something life in Manhattan, complete with roman a clef style observations of sexual escapades and scandals, and other society goings-on. The book proved Juicy material for a cable series, and the show has become a runaway hit!In addition to Parker's Carrie, there's Samantha, the beautiful, fun, (read, quite a bit more promiscuous than even the daring of us would ever be in real life!), and ever-so-spunky PR Executive. Confident, hilarious, and tough, her one-liners are a highlight of the show. Samantha is played by the "grow on you till you absolutely love her" Kim Cattrall. Then there's Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), the lawyer who some at her law firm, where she is trying to make Partner, think is gay. She's also very spunky, and adds another dimension to the four-tette of gals with her dry humour and sarcasm. Finally, there's Charlotte (Kristin Davis), the self-described husband hunter who is much more conservative than the other three, but who still loves men, and who can't wait to find her Mr. Right. The comedy and fun lies in watching her search, often in vain, for just that, in the available (and sometimes not-so-available) pool of Manhattan men!The show also features plenty of gorgeous, intriguing men, many of whom our protagonists get involved with. (Of course, as in life, many of these men are also neurotic, immature, emotionally unavailable, clingy, or mis-matched with the women. But this glimpse into the often-funny world of dating and the semi-strangeness which makes us all unique human beings is what keeps the show realistic, and truly hilarious! This is *not* a male-bashing show. The women themselves aren't perfect either, and they learn relationship lessons along the way too.) The most notable of the many suitors is the devilishly handsome and successful Mr. Big (Chris Noth). Big is Carrie's main love interest, and their relationship has lasted from early on in Season One, careening off into non-existence, and then building up speed and passion, meandering into tottering commitment, and all levels in between, in Season's 2 and 3. Just as he does Carrie, he will slay you with his charm, his smile, and his sexy bad boy power. He's Beautiful Eye Candy, and makes the show even more appealing for all of us girls! Season II sees the re-birth and sputtering new beginning of Big and Carrie's relationship, and will keep you glued to your seat to find out just what will happen next in their relationship.Because each episode is written and directed by various different writers and directors (including notable directors like Susan Seidelman), the show is never dull or stale. The show has won numerous Emmys for its writing, and Sarah Jessica Parker won an Emmy for her performance in the series as well. There is something in every episode to make you Laugh Out Loud. Carrie's facial expressions themselves (or her witty one-liners) can be enough sometimes to completely crack me up, (not to mention Samantha's risque, sarcastic comments, or Charlotte's wide-eyed good-girl retorts). This show is a great one to watch in a group, especially with a bunch of girl-friends who can relate to all the situations presented and just laugh their heads off!The fashion designers for the series (the Field sisters) have even started trends of their own with this show. For example, the big pin-on flowers that Carrie wears in the series have been showing up on runways all over the world and in the latest Designers' Collections. When it comes to clothes, this show gives Britney Spears a run for her money! Carrie often appears wearing "up to there" shorts with tiny high heels, running around looking, to quote another song of the moment, "so sexy, almost evil." On other days she might wear a skull t-shirt (while painting her apt for example), and on another, a really '80's looking get-up, complete with ultra-bright pastel-colored stripes. The one thing she never goes without though is her playboy bunny pendant, LOL. Between the great writing, skilled directing, in-your-face subject matter, and fashion, Sex and the City really is a trend-setter and an eye-opener in a lot of different ways. If you are going to buy the second season of Sex and the City, the DVD's the way to go, if possible. First of all, there's better picture quality, but the true greatness comes in not having to fast-forward to get to all your favorite episodes! Plus, the episodes on each disc (there are three discs total) are laid out clearly on a menu, complete with short descriptions and previews, if its been a while since you've had your 'Sex,' and you want to get right to the best bits! This is a must-see for all the women out there, and for the men, I think you will love it just as much. It's impossible to watch only one episode, but I dare you to try. Good Luck!"
Second Season is Better than the First
Brett D. Cullum | Houston, TX United States | 04/24/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The first season of SEX AND THE CITY was wonderful, but the show really began to hit the right notes during the second season they were on the air. The characters become much deeper -- we get to see Carrie caught in the snare of Mr. Big trying desperately to make the impossible work, Samantha abandons her relationship with James and begins to recommit herself to never being committed, Charlotte tries anything and everything to get a man (even dates one she suspects might be gay), and the MOST impressive thing ... Miranda develops a soft, warm relationship with Steve the bartender. But just when you think our four favorite single gals might have it all figured out...the season finale throws everyone of them a curve ball! This is some of the best wrtiting ever for a sit-com, and some of the most wonderful characters on television. Gone is Candace Bushnell's blue print of the book (except for the 20-something episode), so season two develops more of a story with each episode building on the next. And some of the funniest scenes ever ... like Samantha's three way with a gay couple, Charlotte's class on tantric sex, and Carrie having to break up with a guy's mother (played by Valerie Harper). Or when Carrie gets slammed by New York magazine for being SINGLE AND FABULOUS? You will want this collection! They get better and better even watching them a couple of times. And I dare you to watch just one at a time!"
Sex is great!
K. Huff | Radnor, PA | 11/01/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The women are back in the second season of Sex and the City! This show just keeps on getting better and better, as Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha's characters' are given more depth. And there are more episodes on this season than there were on the first for us to get our SATC fix.
Episode1: TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME: Carrie tries to get over Big; Miranda gets frustrated at the girls for talking about their dating woes; Samantha sleeps with a NY Yankee
Episode 2: THE AWFUL TRUTH: Carrie's friend Susan breaks if off with her husband; Miranda's new boyfriend likes to talk dirty in the bedroom; Samantha's boyfriend wants to go to couple's counseling.
Episode 3: THE FREAK SHOW: Samantha dates a guy who is into kinky sex; Charlotte starts seeing a guy who is good at a certain sexual act; Carrie goes on a blind date.
Episode 4: THEY SHOOT SINGLE PEOPLE, DON'T THEY? :Carrie goes to a shoot about women who are single and fabulous; Miranda gets back together with a guy who she fakes it in bed with; Charlotte can't fake intimacy.
Episode 5: FOUR WOMEN AND A FUNERAL: Miranda closes on a new apartment; Samantha screws around with a married socialite and finds herself shunned by society; Charlotte finds herself falling for a grieving widower.
Episode 6: THE CHEATING CURVE: Charlotte spends time with power lesbians; Smantha dates a trainer; Carrie secretly sees Big again.
Episode 7: THE CHICKEN DANCE: A friend of Miranda's gets serious with her interior designer; Charlotte sleeps with a guy who seems perfect.
Episode 8: THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE VIAGRA: Things are going well for Carrie and Big; Samantha dates a much older man; Carrie tries to get Big to spend time with her friends.
Episode 9: OLD DOGS, NEW TRICKS: Big's eye is wandering; Charlotte is dating a guy who is uncircumcised; Big spends the night at Carrie's place for the first time.
Episode 10: THE CASTE SYSTEM: Carrie realizes that she's in love with Big; Samantha's new guy has a servant who is completely dedicated to him; Charlotte dates a movie star.
Episode 11: EVOLUTION: Miranda has a lazy ovary; Charlotte goes out with a guy she thinks is gay; Samantha deals with an old flame who doesn't want her; Carrie starts leaving her stuff at Big's house.
Episode 12: LA DOLEUR EXQUISE!: Big surprises Carrie by telling her that he may have to go to Paris for some time; Miranda is seeing a guy who likes to have sex in odd places; Stanford goes to an underwear-only gay club to meet a blind date.
Episode 13: GAMES PEOPLE PLAY: Carrie and Big are breaking up and can't get over it; Smantha meets a guy who have a passion for sports; Carrie begins seeing a guy who looses interest in a girl after hes slept with her (played by Jon Bon Jovi)
Episode 14: THE SEX BUDDY: Miranda goes out with a fellow lawyer; Charlotte asks a guy out for the first time; Carrie calls up a sex buddy to try and have a real relationship with him.
Episode 15: SHORTCOMINGS: Miranda dates a single, divorced father; Carrie tries to save her brother from divorce.
Episode 16: WAS IT GOOD FOR YOU? :Charlotte is dating an orthopedic surgeon; Smantha has dinner with a gay couple shes friends with and discovers they want to have a threesome with her; Charlotte signs up for a tantric sex class; Carrie sees a recovering alcoholic.
Episode 17: TWENTY-SOMETHING GIRLS VS. THIRTY-SOMETHING WOMEN: Samantha has a show-down with her young assistant, who steals her Rolodex and throws a party in the Hamptons; Charlotte is dating a 20-something man; Carrie is plagued by a 20-something groupie.
Episode 18: EX AND THE CITY: After seeing Big in the Hamptons with a much younger woman, Carrie learns that they are getting married; Miranda freaks out at Steve; Samantha dates a guy who is well endowed.