Big marries Natasha, and Carrie meets Aidan, a furniture maker. Harry, however, reveals that he must marry within his Jewish faith, causing Charlotte to actually consider conversion. Some argue whatever label is applied to the show, it offered an important contribution "to ongoing dialogue"  and that because it "shows women in a world where they can be feminine, attractive, and feminist at the same time She winds up back in bed with Steve, but not before dating a guy who wants to get caught, a Peeping Tom in the next building, and a divorced dad. Big it was a false alarm. After Steve's mother Mary played by Anne Meara is revealed to have suffered a stroke and subsequent memory loss, she moves in with the couple. She is dressed, unmistakably, as a child. He also insists on waiting for her when her treatment diminishes her sex drive. Samantha sleeps with an artist who likes to videotape his encounters, with Charlotte's doorman, with a married couple, and with others. Miranda proposes to Steve and they marry in a community park. Criticism[ edit ] Criticism has been expressed about the influence the show has on adolescents and how the images displayed on the show affect the way women and young girls view themselves. Charlotte and Trey are living apart but continuing to have marital relations; they eventually reconcile and Charlotte moves back into their shared apartment. There were also two episodes that dealt with sexually transmitted diseases. Carrie's calling bisexuality a "layover on the way to Gay Town", or Samantha using transphobic language to refer to the sex workers outside her apartment. Dykes points out, " Despite discussing her concerns and initially agreeing to give her more time, Aidan soon pressures Carrie for marriage. Another woman, who was part of the production staff on the heist thriller Now You See Me, alleges that Freeman harassed her and an assistant by make crude comments about their bodies.