Carrie feels forced to choose between a long-term relationship with Petrovsky and the possibility of having children. Big returns to New York for angioplasty , and Carrie realizes she still has feelings for him; she also realizes he still cannot fully commit. He finally understands that she is "the one" and pursued her to Paris with the encouragement of her friends. By the time she meets Steve, the bartender, she's unwilling to believe he is as nice as he seems. However, a very anxious and panicking Alex begs her to accompany him to his museum show preview, and she agrees. Harry, however, reveals that he must marry within his Jewish faith, causing Charlotte to actually consider conversion. The first clue is in the opening credits of the television show. It's true that it was progressive for its time but that doesn't mean contemporary viewers should be dismissive of some of its more problematic content. As Carrie's success begins to mount, and particularly after Berger's second novel is not picked up for publication, the relationship deteriorates. While in the lobby of the hotel trying to secure a room of her own, she runs into Mr. The end of Season two also marks the end of characters' talking directly to the camera. Carina Hsieh, 24, is a sex and relationships editor for Cosmopolitan who decided to live like Carrie Bradshaw for one week in celebration of the show's 20th anniversary. Big's presence in her life. She rushes to meet with the fans, but they have left and mangled her book in the wake of her standing them up. Miranda opted against the abortion and throughout season 5 and 6, we saw how Miranda dealt with raising a child as a single mother. Charlotte and Trey are living apart but continuing to have marital relations; they eventually reconcile and Charlotte moves back into their shared apartment.