The recent announcement that sex and the cityrenewal, And just like that, received a second season that thrilled fans to continue the stories of Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda. While Carrie’s new life without Big and Miranda’s future with Che is front and center for fans, Charlotte’s family life with Harry and their children was a favorite on the show.
While waiting for the revival season 2, fans are loving the original series and have missed Charlotte’s perfectionism and shocked responses to her friends’ wacky stories. And since Charlotte’s main focus throughout sex and the city was to find love and get married, fans particularly missed Charlotte’s episodes with Harry. However, the Princess of Park Avenue has also had many adventures without her husband.
“The Catch” (season 6, episode 8)
In season 6’s “The Catch,” Charlotte finally found her happily ever after with Harry Goldenblatt. While her first marriage to Trey was a dumpster fire, she hoped life with Harry would be better, and it was.
However, after Harry saw Charlotte in her pre-wedding dress, she was sure their marriage was cursed. On the day of, Harry’s best man made an awful drunken speech, Miranda’s speech caught fire, and Charlotte put wine on her dress. sex and the city fans felt bad for Charlotte as she cried to Carrie about her disastrous marriage, but Carrie assured her that the worse the marriage, the better the relationship. And she was right.
“Ring A Ding Ding” (Season 4, Episode 16)
Although the fabulous foursome have been best friends in SATC, there were times when Charlotte and Carrie didn’t seem like real friends. An example of this was when Carrie was in serious financial trouble and was in danger of losing her apartment. If she couldn’t find a loan, she would be homeless.
Although Charlotte was sitting on a fortune and had an old engagement ring worth $30,000, she didn’t offer Carrie a dime. After an in-depth conversation, Charlotte argued that she wasn’t ready to part with her engagement ring, but by the end of the episode, she changed her tune. In an act of love, Charlotte realized there was no reason to hold on to the ring and she gave it to Carrie to use as a down payment on her apartment.
‘Twenty-Something Girls Vs. Thirty Women (Season 2, Episode 17)
“Twenty-Something Girls vs. Thirty-Something Women” was an episode that showed Charlotte in a new light.
The women were on a bus heading to the Hamptons for the weekend, and when a much younger man hit Charlotte, she lied about her age and acted like she was 20 again. It was a whole new Charlotte. She was galvanizing in the Hamptons having a great time – until she realized her suitor had given her crabs. The episode was fun for Charlotte fans even though she ended up in a itchy situation.
“All or Nothing” (Season 3, Episode 10)
Charlotte had some of the best love quotes in sex and the city and knew what she deserved. She thought she had found eternal happiness when she and Trey got engaged, but little hiccups happened around the wedding.
In “All or Nothing”, Charlotte was embarrassed that Trey gave her a prenup. With Miranda’s help, Charlotte was able to adapt it to her needs. But when Charlotte noticed she was “worth” $500,000 in a divorce, she fought back. Since Trey’s mother, Bunny, was the head of the family, Charlotte told Bunny she was worth $1 million. At the end of the conversation, Charlotte’s strength worked in her favor and that’s what she got. The episode proved that while Charlotte was traditional, she certainly had a resilient side.
“Hop, Skip and a Week” (Season 6, Episode 6)
Charlotte had her fair share of boyfriends before she found love with Harry. That’s why when she and Harry broke up for a bit, she wasn’t eager to date because she knew no one would compare.
To make the overbearing women in her synagogue happy, Charlotte showed up at an event to introduce herself to their sons, but when she saw Harry, she broke down. It was obvious that she and Harry weren’t on to each other, and with a few spoken words, Harry dropped to his knees and proposed to Charlotte. It was an incredibly special episode for Charlotte’s future.
“Lucky to Be an Old Lady” (Season 5, Episode 3)
In season 5, Charlotte dreaded her 36th birthday because she felt like an old maid. With everyone so busy, Carrie did everything she could to get the girls together for a weekend in Atlantic City to celebrate Charlotte’s big day.
It took a while, but Charlotte finally gained confidence and was ready to celebrate. In what was perhaps Charlotte’s best outfit worn on sex and the city, she showed up at the casino in a pink halter dress. Charlotte’s sadness about her birthday was relatable for viewers, but she put her worries behind her and focused on having a good time with friends.
“Where There’s Smoke…” (Season 3, Episode 1)
Charlotte often looked like SATC, notably in “Where There’s Smoke…” In the episode, the women take the ferry to Staten Island because Carrie was to judge a firefighter contest. Although clubbing and judging shirtless firefighters aren’t Charlotte’s scene, she made the most of the night and had the best time of everyone.
After drinking way too many Long Island iced teas, Charlotte danced the night away without a care in the world. It’s rare for fans to see her so free from inhibitions, which is why this is one of her best episodes.
“Critical Condition” (Season 5, Episode 6)
After Bunny stormed Charlotte’s apartment uninvited, fans realized it was still in either Trey’s or Bunny’s name and that even though Trey had left the apartment to Charlotte during the divorce, it was not in the marriage contract.
In “Critical Condition”, Charlotte was ready to fight for the house she had been promised. Fans of the Trey and Charlotte episodes together remember the good times they shared there, but it was also filled with bad memories. With Trey out of the picture, Charlotte clashed with Bunny for the apartment and emerged victorious. This episode showed growth for Charlotte, not to mention classy with how she handled Bunny’s nasty remarks.
‘One’ (Season 6, Episode 12)
One of the saddest things about Charlotte was how much she wanted kids and how difficult this journey has been for her. Breaking the odds, Charlotte found out she was pregnant early on, but it turned out to be a chemical pregnancy. With Miranda’s son’s first birthday the next day, Charlotte didn’t have the energy to be around babies after losing one herself.
After watching a documentary about Elizabeth Taylor, Charlotte worked up the courage to get ready and be there for her friends. This topic and Charlotte’s handling of it was an empowering episode.
“The Power of the Female Sex” (Season 1, Episode 5)
In Season 1, Charlotte was an art dealer and worked with high-end artists. One artist in particular has painted unique works of female genitalia. The most prudish of her friends, Charlotte was taken aback by the work but intrigued when the artist asked if he could paint hers. And she said yes!
The episode ended with Charlotte shocking everyone and asking them to guess which painting was of her own vagina. It showed a fun and spontaneous side of Charlotte that can sometimes be overshadowed.
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