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And Just Like That… Episode Nine SPOILER ALERT

And Just Like That… didn’t shy away from the female reproductive system during episode nine of the Sex And The City reboot, as Charlotte smugly reveals she had ‘finally’ started the menopause – before getting a public period.

Charlotte York Goldenblatt appears delighted to say goodbye to her periods, while helping her teenage daughter Lily come to terms with her own – but shocks herself and others when she receives a ‘flash’ period in a white jumpsuit while helping out Miranda’s friend at a women’s shelter.

Aside from the candid storyline, Miranda suffers a bump in the road as she navigates her new relationship with non-binary Che, as she attempts to throw out the rule book and surprise them – but Che is less than impressed by Miranda’s ‘Meg Ryan’ moment and they have a heated discussion in the stairwell. 

As Miranda wrestles with her modern relationship, Carrie struggles to say goodbye to her own, as she cancels her ‘do over’ date with teacher Pete after being unable to take off her wedding ring from her late husband, Mr Big.

Oh god! And Just Like That… didn’t shy away from the female reproductive system during episode nine of the Sex And The City reboot, as Charlotte smugly reveals she had ‘finally’ started the menopause – before getting a public period

Episode nine begins with a familiar scene of Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda sitting in their cafe swapping stories, as married mother of two Charlotte tells widowed Carrie she is ‘so excited about her date with the teacher’.

Complimenting his physical appearance, she says: ‘That is one great head of hair’.

Carrie corrects Charlotte and insists that it is NOT a ‘date’, but rather a ‘do-over between two people who got sick to one another’, refering to their dinner in episode seven when they both vomitted on the street while saying their goodbyes.

What's going on? Aside from the candid storyline, Miranda suffers a bump in the road as she navigates her new relationship with non-binary Che

What’s going on? Aside from the candid storyline, Miranda suffers a bump in the road as she navigates her new relationship with non-binary Che

Navigating: As she attempts to throw out the rule book and surprise her - but Che is less than impressed by Miranda's 'Meg Ryan' moment and they have a heated row in the stairwell

Navigating: As she attempts to throw out the rule book and surprise her – but Che is less than impressed by Miranda’s ‘Meg Ryan’ moment and they have a heated row in the stairwell

The conversation soon moves from dating to manual labour, as Miranda requests the help of her two friends to help paint the women’s shelter with her professor-turned-pal Nya Wallace.

While Charlotte – in typical Charlotte fashion – immediately jumps at the chance to help out and says she will bring her children Rock and Lily along, Carrie offers to donate to the shelter instead.

Following the new woke tone of the show, Miranda tells her: ‘You can’t be the white lady who just writes a cheque.’

Delighted: Episode nine begins with a familiar scene of Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda sitting in their cafe swapping stories, as married mother of two Charlotte tells widowed Carrie she is 'so excited about her date with the teacher'

Delighted: Episode nine begins with a familiar scene of Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda sitting in their cafe swapping stories, as married mother of two Charlotte tells widowed Carrie she is ‘so excited about her date with the teacher’

Impressed! Complementing his physical appearance, Charlotte says: 'That is one great head of hair'

Impressed! Complementing his physical appearance, Charlotte says: ‘That is one great head of hair’

Changing the subject, Charlotte says: ‘Remember for how long I was still regularly getting my period for years after you stopped getting yours…’

Carrie replies: : ‘It has been so long since we heard from smug Charlotte, I was afraid she’d retired.’

Charlotte then admits she thinks she is ‘done’ with periods and tells them she believes she has begun the menopause, after not receiving her period for four months.

‘Smug’ Charlotte, then proceeds in telling them she hasn’t yet had any of the feared menopause symptoms including ‘hot flashes, breast tenderness or braig fog’… or any of the ‘awful’ symptoms the other two had.

'Smug Charlotte': Changing the subject, Charlotte says: 'Remember for how long I was still regularly getting my period for years after you stopped getting yours...'

‘Smug Charlotte’: Changing the subject, Charlotte says: ‘Remember for how long I was still regularly getting my period for years after you stopped getting yours…’

Ha! Carrie replies: : 'It has been so long since we heard from smug Charlotte, I was afraid she'd retired'

Ha! Carrie replies: : ‘It has been so long since we heard from smug Charlotte, I was afraid she’d retired’

After returning home from their brunch date, Carrie receives a visit from her ‘cool-girl’ neighbour downstairs, who gifts her with a piece from her jewellery range. 

Her downstairs neighbour Lisette Alee tells her she would be ‘so stoked’ if she wore the piece out, or put it on her Instagram page. The conversation proves that it is actually Lisette who thinks Carrie is the ‘cool girl’, as she admits she is ‘obsessed’ with her podcast.

When Carrie puts on the new jewellery, Lisette notices Carrie’s wedding ring and tells her its beautiful but she didn’t realise she was married as she’s ‘never seen the guy’ and asks if it’s long distance.

Carrie quips that it is definitely long distance, before revealing Mr Big’s death.

Hey neighbour! After returning home from their brunch date, Carrie receives a visit from her 'cool-girl' neighbour downstairs, who gifts her with a piece from her jewellery range

Hey neighbour! After returning home from their brunch date, Carrie receives a visit from her ‘cool-girl’ neighbour downstairs, who gifts her with a piece from her jewellery range

Please? Lisette Alee tells her she would be 'so stoked' if she wore the piece out, or put it on her Instagram page. The conversation proves that it is actually Lisette who thinks Carrie is the 'cool girl', as she admits she is 'obsessed' with her podcast

Please? Lisette Alee tells her she would be ‘so stoked’ if she wore the piece out, or put it on her Instagram page. The conversation proves that it is actually Lisette who thinks Carrie is the ‘cool girl’, as she admits she is ‘obsessed’ with her podcast

Awkward: When Carrie puts on the new jewellery, Lisette notices Carrie's wedding ring and tells her its beautiful but she didn't realise she was married as she's 'never seen the guy' and asks if it's long distance

Awkward: When Carrie puts on the new jewellery, Lisette notices Carrie’s wedding ring and tells her its beautiful but she didn’t realise she was married as she’s ‘never seen the guy’ and asks if it’s long distance

Elsewere, Charlotte is helping Rock with their ‘they-mitzvah’ practice when she receives a call from BFF Anthony Marantino, who is dressed like one of his ‘hot guy’ employees – delivering bread to customers.

He jokes: ‘Today I’m the hot guy, and if they don’t agree – I’ll sue them.’

The call is interupted when Charlotte hears a scream, before finding Lily shrieking that she has got her period and she is next due when her friend is hosting a pool party.

Charlotte tells Lily her options are learning to use a tampon – which she will help her with – or she has to skip the party.

Ha! Elsewere, Charlotte is helaing Rock with their 'they-mitzvah' practice when she receives a call from BFF Anthony Marantino, who is dressed like one of his 'hot guy' employees - delivering bread to customers

Ha! Elsewere, Charlotte is helaing Rock with their ‘they-mitzvah’ practice when she receives a call from BFF Anthony Marantino, who is dressed like one of his ‘hot guy’ employees – delivering bread to customers

Gasp: The call is interupted when Charlotte hears a scream, before finding Lily shrieking that she has got her period and she is next due when her friend is hosting a pool party

Gasp: The call is interupted when Charlotte hears a scream, before finding Lily shrieking that she has got her period and she is next due when her friend is hosting a pool party

Meanwhile, Miranda is on a date with her new love interest Che – after telling her husband Steve that she wants a divorce last episode – when the podcaster is approached by two superfans who want a selfie.

The fans ask Miranda if she is famous too, to which she replies: ‘Oh no – I’m just the girlfriend’.

Clearly unhappy with the label Miranda has given herself, Che pulls a face.

Date night: Meanwhile, Miranda is on a date with her new love interest Che - after telling her husband Steve that she wants a divorce last episode - when the podcaster is approached by two superfans who want a selfie

Date night: Meanwhile, Miranda is on a date with her new love interest Che – after telling her husband Steve that she wants a divorce last episode – when the podcaster is approached by two superfans who want a selfie

Are you famous? The fans ask Miranda if she is famous too, to which she replies: 'Oh no - I'm just the girlfriend'

Are you famous? The fans ask Miranda if she is famous too, to which she replies: ‘Oh no – I’m just the girlfriend’

Ouch! Clearly unhappy with the label Miranda has given herself, Che pulls a face

Ouch! Clearly unhappy with the label Miranda has given herself, Che pulls a face

In another part of town, Carrie is enjoying a night out with Seema, as they wait in line for a club and the real estate agent jokes she can’t remember the last time she waited in line.

Making clear her vaccinated status, Carrie says: ‘When I got my vaccine.’

Seema quips: ‘Oh honey you should have known be back then, I got mine before the President.’

While standing there, Carrie asks Seema to snap a picture of the ring from Lisette, before questioning if she should still be wearing her wedding ring. She mulls over whether it’s appropriate as she is ‘no longer married’ and is back on the dating scene.

After ditching the club when the doorman refused to let them skip the queue – despite bribing him with some cash – they head to a resturant to finish their evening with champagne and cake.

Seema discusses over her single status and forebodingly tells Carrie she hopes her 54th guy is the one where she meets a man.

Can we come in? In another part of town, Carrie is enjoying a night out with Seema, as they wait in line for a club and the real estate agent jokes she can't remember the last time she waited in line

Can we come in? In another part of town, Carrie is enjoying a night out with Seema, as they wait in line for a club and the real estate agent jokes she can’t remember the last time she waited in line

Predicting the future? Seema mulls over her single status and forebodingly tells Carrie she hopes her 54th guy is the one where she meets a man

Predicting the future? Seema mulls over her single status and forebodingly tells Carrie she hopes her 54th guy is the one where she meets a man

While preparing dinner for Anthony and his new boyfriend, Charlotte turns to find her daughter Lily stood in the kitchen asking if she will teach her how to use a tampon.

Despite the doorbell ringing and her guests arriving, Charlotte tells her that of course she will help and ushers her to the bathroom while her husband Harry greets Anthony and his new beau.

The new boyfriend asks: ‘Is this a Jewish dinner?, before shockingly adding: ‘You know the holocaust was a hoax right?’. Without missing a beat, Anthony screams at him to GET OUT.’

Help me! While preparing dinner for Anthony and his new boyfriend, Charlotte turns to find her daughter Lily stood in the kitchen asking if she will teach her how to use a tampon

Help me! While preparing dinner for Anthony and his new boyfriend, Charlotte turns to find her daughter Lily stood in the kitchen asking if she will teach her how to use a tampon

Hurry along: Despite the doorbell ringing and her guests arriving, Charlotte tells her that of course she will help and ushers her to the bathroom while her husband Harry greets Anthony and his new beau

Hurry along: Despite the doorbell ringing and her guests arriving, Charlotte tells her that of course she will help and ushers her to the bathroom while her husband Harry greets Anthony and his new beau

Shocking: The new boyfriend asks: 'Is this a Jewish dinner?, before shockingly adding: 'You know the holocaust was a hoax right?'. Without missing a beat, Anthony screams at him to GET OUT'

Shocking: The new boyfriend asks: ‘Is this a Jewish dinner?, before shockingly adding: ‘You know the holocaust was a hoax right?’. Without missing a beat, Anthony screams at him to GET OUT’

Before her date, Carrie toys with the idea of taking off her wedding ring. But rather than removing it, Carrie instead puts her late husband’s on.

Sullen Carrie arrives at the dinner and Peter can immediately tell something is up, asking her: ‘We’re not going to have dinner tonight are we?’

Carrie tells him: ‘See I went to take off my wedding ring before I came here and I’m sorry for the rushed intimacy, but it’s the only way to let you know that this is not about you – instead of putting mine away I put John’s on, that’s my husband’s name, and this is his wedding ring, I remarried myself with a band aid.’

Can't let go: Before her date, Carrie toys with the idea of taking off her wedding ring. But rather than removing it, Carrie instead puts her late husband's on

Can’t let go: Before her date, Carrie toys with the idea of taking off her wedding ring. But rather than removing it, Carrie instead puts her late husband’s on

Clearly understanding of her situation, Peter tells her: ‘Maybe this dating thing with us is a band aid too, trying to cover up something that clearly still hurts.’

Relating to her, he says: ‘I still have Anne’s [his late wife] last voicemail on here [his mobile], I play it all of the time.’

He tells her: ‘Hey Carrie that’s strike two, one more and we’re out’, they hug and he adds: ‘That was the best rejection ever.’

Sadly not: Sullen Carrie arrives at the dinner and Peter can immediately tell something is up, asking her: 'We're not going to have dinner tonight are we?'

Sadly not: Sullen Carrie arrives at the dinner and Peter can immediately tell something is up, asking her: ‘We’re not going to have dinner tonight are we?’

Back at the York-Goldenblatt’s Charlotte is instructing Lily how to insert a tampon, explaining she can put one leg up on the toilet, and telling her: ‘Remember there’s really only one hole it can go into.’

Before asking: ‘Do you want me to just show you – on me?’, Lily tells her ‘ew, gross no!’

After further wrestling with it, Lily finally manages to insert it before they all sit down to burnt Challah [Jewish bread], which Harry has forgotten to take out of the oven.

During an awkward meal, Charlotte apologies for taking so long, while Anthony adds: ‘I’m sorry I brought Justin.’

Example: In a less serious part of town, Charlotte is instructing Lily how to insert a tampon, explaining she can put one leg up on the toilet, and telling her: 'Remember there's really only one hole it can go into'

Example: In a less serious part of town, Charlotte is instructing Lily how to insert a tampon, explaining she can put one leg up on the toilet, and telling her: ‘Remember there’s really only one hole it can go into’

Like this: Before asking: 'Do you want me to just show you - on me?', Lily tells her 'ew, gross no!'

Like this: Before asking: ‘Do you want me to just show you – on me?’, Lily tells her ‘ew, gross no!’

In another awkward encounter across town, Miranda surprises Che with her arrival and a box of Cookies. However Che seems less than impressed with her spontaneity, and says: ‘Oh god did we have a plan? Did I space.’

Che says she feels ‘awkward’ and Miranda then questions if she has somebody over but Che explains that she was spending the evening writing and says she wishes Miranda would have called or text first.

Mortified Miranda then dashes down the hall shouting: ‘I’m gone – this never happened. I never should have come, so f***ing stupid. Who do I think I am? F***ing Meg Ryan.’

Che questions what is going on and Miranda replies: ‘I don’t know, I don’t know why I did this. If you were a guy I had just started seeing I would never turn up on your doorstep unannounced with cookies.’

Che begins: ‘This isn’t going to work..’ 

Hello: In another awkward encounter across town, Miranda surprises Che with her arrival and a box of Cookies. However Che seems less than impressed with her arrival, and says: 'Oh god did we have a plan? Did I space'

Hello: In another awkward encounter across town, Miranda surprises Che with her arrival and a box of Cookies. However Che seems less than impressed with her arrival, and says: ‘Oh god did we have a plan? Did I space’

What...: Che says she feels 'awkward' and Miranda then questions if she has somebody over but Che explains that she was spending the evening writing and says she wishes Miranda would have called or text first

What…: Che says she feels ‘awkward’ and Miranda then questions if she has somebody over but Che explains that she was spending the evening writing and says she wishes Miranda would have called or text first

She is soon interrupted by Miranda who shouts: ‘What do you mean this isn’t going to work? This has to work.’

Che replies: ‘Please just let me finish my thought, this isn’t going to work if you lock us into those f***ing limiting relationship tropes, guys do this and girlfriends do that… I’m not cosplay.’

‘I’m not a guy, you’re not my girlfriend and we’re not dating.’

Miranda questions her and asks what are we then, and Che explains they are simply getting to know each other. Before adding in her own defence that she is trying to throw out the rule book – as instructed by Che.

Ah! Mortified Miranda then dashes down the hall shouting: 'I'm gone - this never happened. I never should have come, so f***ing stupid. Who do I think I am? F***ing Meg Ryan'

Ah! Mortified Miranda then dashes down the hall shouting: ‘I’m gone – this never happened. I never should have come, so f***ing stupid. Who do I think I am? F***ing Meg Ryan’

Che then reassures her that she is the only person she is sleeping with currently. Che asks her to come upstairs and although she wants to oblige, Miranda tells her: ‘I’m going to leave, because that’s what Meg Ryan would do.’

The following day the women meet at the shelter to help with the painting and Carrie is surprised to see that Steve has turned up to help. Miranda tells her: ‘We were going to do this as a family thing, and we’re still a family.’

As they all pair up – and Miranda is left without a partner a huge white limo pulls up and Charlotte jumps out with her kids, her friend Lisa Todd Wexley and her own kids – who manages to quickly sort lunch for 100 people after Nya’s catering mix up.

Family: The following day the women meet at the shelter to help with the painting and Carrie is surprised to see that Steve has turned up to help. Miranda tells her: 'We were going to do this as a family thing, and we're still a family'

Family: The following day the women meet at the shelter to help with the painting and Carrie is surprised to see that Steve has turned up to help. Miranda tells her: ‘We were going to do this as a family thing, and we’re still a family’

She means business: As they all pair up - and Miranda is left without a partner - a huge white limo pulls up and Charlotte jumps out with her kids, her friend Lisa Todd Wexley and her own kids - who manages to quickly sort lunch for 100 people after Nya's catering mix up'

She means business: As they all pair up – and Miranda is left without a partner – a huge white limo pulls up and Charlotte jumps out with her kids, her friend Lisa Todd Wexley and her own kids – who manages to quickly sort lunch for 100 people after Nya’s catering mix up’

Hello! Charlotte - who is sporting an all white jumpsuit - exthusiastically greets Nya and Lisa tells her she would like to take pictures for fundraising purposes, moments after Miranda mocked her for using it as an 'Instagram op'

Hello! Charlotte – who is sporting an all white jumpsuit – exthusiastically greets Nya and Lisa tells her she would like to take pictures for fundraising purposes, moments after Miranda mocked her for using it as an ‘Instagram op’

Charlotte – who is sporting an all white jumpsuit – exthusiastically greets Nya and Lisa tells her she would like to take pictures for fundraising purposes, moments after Miranda mocked her for using it as an ‘Instagram op’.

Nya and her musician Andre’s differing opinions over parenthood rise to the surface once again during the day, as he spots Lisa’s husband Herbert doting over his kids while they paint the wall.

Andre points out the sweet moment to his wife but she seems uninterested, before he tells her she is ‘killing the vibe’. As he storms out, Nya turns to Miranda and says: ‘Before three years ago that man wouldn’t notice if someone left a crying baby in his guitar case.’

Troubles: Nya and her musician Andre's differing opinions over parenthood rise to the surface once again during the day, as he spots Lisa's husband Herbert doting over his kids while they paint the wall

Troubles: Nya and her musician Andre’s differing opinions over parenthood rise to the surface once again during the day, as he spots Lisa’s husband Herbert doting over his kids while they paint the wall

Boss lady: Outside, Seema is scrolling on her phone and smoking a cigarette when she is approached by a sports-car driving man who asks what all the 'mess' is outside his club, which he describes as the 'hottest in Brooklyn'

Boss lady: Outside, Seema is scrolling on her phone and smoking a cigarette when she is approached by a sports-car driving man who asks what all the ‘mess’ is outside his club, which he describes as the ‘hottest in Brooklyn’

Bonjoir! The hot French guy named Zed is William Abadie - who fans will recognise as Antoine Lambert from SATC-inspired Emily In Paris - but he also previously made a cameo in season six as Tony, the Prada guy

Bonjoir! The hot French guy named Zed is William Abadie – who fans will recognise as Antoine Lambert from SATC-inspired Emily In Paris – but he also previously made a cameo in season six as Tony, the Prada guy

Oui, oui! Carrie tries to set Charlotte up with Tony in Sex and the City episode Lights, Camera, Relationship, [season six, episode five], however it now seems he has been recast entirely

Oui, oui! Carrie tries to set Charlotte up with Tony in Sex and the City episode Lights, Camera, Relationship, [season six, episode five], however it now seems he has been recast entirely

Throwback: It's not the first casting throwback the reboot has snuck in. In the episode Diwali, fans noted that Seema's dad was played Ajay Mehta, who appeared as a busboy that kissed Samantha in the season two episode They Shoot Single People, Don't They?'

Throwback: It’s not the first casting throwback the reboot has snuck in. In the episode Diwali, fans noted that Seema’s dad was played Ajay Mehta, who appeared as a busboy that kissed Samantha in the season two episode They Shoot Single People, Don’t They?’

Outside, Seema is scrolling on her phone and smoking a cigarette when she is approached by a sports-car driving man who asks what all the ‘mess’ is outside his club, which he describes as the ‘hottest in Brooklyn’.

The hot French guy named Zed is William Abadie – who fans will recognise as Antoine Lambert from SATC-inspired Emily In Paris – but he also previously made a cameo in season six as Tony, the Prada guy.  

Carrie tries to set Charlotte up with Tony in Sex and the City episode Lights, Camera, Relationship, [season six, episode five], however it now seems he has been recast entirely.

It’s not the first casting throwback the reboot has snuck in.

In the episode Diwali, fans noted that Seema’s dad was played Ajay Mehta, who appeared as a busboy that kissed Samantha in the season two episode They Shoot Single People, Don’t They?’

Not fair: Inside the building, Steve corners Carrie over her new relationship with Che and asks whether she knew about their romance because she was the one who introduced them

Not fair: Inside the building, Steve corners Carrie over her new relationship with Che and asks whether she knew about their romance because she was the one who introduced them

What's the story? Uncomfortable Carrie tells Steve he is putting her in an awkward spot and Steve explains that he is just trying to work out in his head what went on. Asking, 'can you help me out here?'

What’s the story? Uncomfortable Carrie tells Steve he is putting her in an awkward spot and Steve explains that he is just trying to work out in his head what went on. Asking, ‘can you help me out here?’

Inside the building, Steve corners Carrie over Miranda’s new relationship with Che and asks whether she knew about their romance because she was the one who introduced them.

Uncomfortable Carrie tells Steve he is putting her in an awkward spot and Steve explains that he is just trying to work out in his head what went on. Asking, ‘can you help me out here?’

Steve asks her if she knew Miranda ‘wanted to be with women?’, while Carrie responds by telling him that she had no idea that Miranda had been feeling that way.

She adds: ‘All I know is what she told me. It’s not about being with women, it’s about being with Che.’

Steve doubles down and asks how long is has been going on however Carrie physically backs away and lands her silver platform heel in a tray of paint. Before literally hopping away from the situation to wash her shoe.

Oh no! Steve doubles down and asks how long is has been going on however Carrie physically backs away and lands her silver platform heel in a tray of paint. Before literally hopping away from the situation to wash her shoe

Oh no! Steve doubles down and asks how long is has been going on however Carrie physically backs away and lands her silver platform heel in a tray of paint. Before literally hopping away from the situation to wash her shoe

Shocked: Carrie doesn't look impressed as she walks back into the paint tray

Shocked: Carrie doesn’t look impressed as she walks back into the paint tray

While rinsing her heel, Big’s wedding ring which she has been wearing slips through the drain.

Carrie shrieks and Steve runs in, she says: ‘Can you help me? Is it gone? Is Big’s ring gone?’

Handyman Steve, who seems to have a knowledge of plumbing, tells Carrie the ring is probably stuck in a P-trap and he should be able to retrieve it.

Emotional Carrie thanks Steve as he manages to find the ring in the sink’s U bend. 

Omg! While washing her heel, Big's wedding ring which she has been wearing slips through the drain

Omg! While washing her heel, Big’s wedding ring which she has been wearing slips through the drain

Helping hand: Handman Steve, who seems to have a knowledge of plumbing, tells Carrie the ring is probably stuck in a P-trap and he should be able to retrieve it

Helping hand: Handman Steve, who seems to have a knowledge of plumbing, tells Carrie the ring is probably stuck in a P-trap and he should be able to retrieve it

Thank goodness: Emotional Carrie thanks Steve as he manages to find the ring in the sink's U bend

Thank goodness: Emotional Carrie thanks Steve as he manages to find the ring in the sink’s U bend

Meanwhile, Lily’s period woes return when she tells Charlotte she has ‘lost’ her tampon string and drags her mom to the toilet to help her. Charlotte complains to her pals that she is finding Lily demanding.

Poking fun at Charlotte’s accusations she has a drinking problem, Miranda jokes: ‘I’ve seen you dashing two and from the toilet, do you have a coke addiction now?’

When she returns to the portaloo, Lily tells her mum she has found the string but needs help pulling it out.

Charlotte replies: ‘Lily I love you madly, but I draw the line at pulling out your tampon string, pull your own string!’

Uh oh: Meanwhile, Lily's period woes return when she tells Charlotte she has 'lost' her tampon string and drags her mom to the toilet to help her. Charlotte complains to her pals that she is finding Lily demanding

Uh oh: Meanwhile, Lily’s period woes return when she tells Charlotte she has ‘lost’ her tampon string and drags her mom to the toilet to help her. Charlotte complains to her pals that she is finding Lily demanding

Joker: Poking fun at Charlotte's accusations she has a drinking problem, Miranda jokes: 'I've seen you dashing two and from the toilet, do you have a coke addiction now?

Joker: Poking fun at Charlotte’s accusations she has a drinking problem, Miranda jokes: ‘I’ve seen you dashing two and from the toilet, do you have a coke addiction now?

Having a word: When she returns to the portaloo, Lily tells her mum she has found the string but needs help pulling it out

Having a word: When she returns to the portaloo, Lily tells her mum she has found the string but needs help pulling it out

She then tries to strut away – but Lily notices a patch of blood on her trousers – suggesting her periods haven’t stop as she previously assumed.

Refusing to listen, Charlotte walks away and back onto the street where Carrie and Miranda also notice the blood, Charlotte ironically says: ‘I’m ready to throttle her – just as soon as I stop getting my periods, I didn’t think I’d have to deal with this shit anymore.’

Carrie responds: ‘I don’t think you’re done with it as you think.’

Miranda explains that she has likely had a ‘flash’ period, which happened to her months after she believed hers had stopped during a court case.

Ah! She then tries to strut away - but Lily notices a patch of blood on her trousers - suggesting her periods haven't stop as she previously assumed

Ah! She then tries to strut away – but Lily notices a patch of blood on her trousers – suggesting her periods haven’t stop as she previously assumed

This is what happened: Miranda explains that she has likely had a 'flash' period, which happened to her months after she believed hers had stopped during a court case

This is what happened: Miranda explains that she has likely had a ‘flash’ period, which happened to her months after she believed hers had stopped during a court case

Meanwhile, Carrie and Steve share another moment over their joint losses, as Steve tells her that his wedding ring is never coming off. When Carrie questions if he wants to meet someone else in the future, he replies: ‘Never coming off.’

Once back at her apartment, Carrie places both hers and Big’s rings in a box for safe keeping. She opens her phone and texts Peter for another date, writing: ‘Up for strike three?’

The final scene sees Carrie and Seema arriving at Zed’s club, as she says: ‘And Just Like That… I felt up for dancing.’

Stressed: Meanwhile, Carrie and Steve share another moment over their joint losses, as Steve tells her that his wedding ring is never coming off

Stressed: Meanwhile, Carrie and Steve share another moment over their joint losses, as Steve tells her that his wedding ring is never coming off

For life: When Carrie questions if he wants to meet someone else in the future, he replies: 'Never coming off'

For life: When Carrie questions if he wants to meet someone else in the future, he replies: ‘Never coming off’

Moving on? Once back at her apartment, Carrie places both hers and Big's rings in a box for safe keeping. She opens her phone and texts Peter for another date, writing: 'Up for strike three?'

Moving on? Once back at her apartment, Carrie places both hers and Big’s rings in a box for safe keeping. She opens her phone and texts Peter for another date, writing: ‘Up for strike three?’

Text: Carrie texts Pete for another date after cancelling the last one

Text: Carrie texts Pete for another date after cancelling the last one

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