In the third season, her column is optioned for a film starring a fictionalized Matthew Mc Conaughey.
Carrie meets Miranda's ex Skipper, a sweet guy who is getting desperate as all women seem to turn him down in favor of jerks - like Kevin, the bossy colleague Miranda is dating right then.
And if it goes well, pick a book for him to read and have him pick one for you. Find something to refurbish, and meet later to do it together. Even if you don't follow through on drinks, you'll still have a new '80s windbreaker.
Besides all the browsing, antique shopping comes with a built-in second date. Go to a thrift store and pick outfits to wear out for a drink.
So, you've finally worked up the nerve to ask out that guy you've been eyeing in the coffee shop every morning. If you're in need of a little creative kick start when it comes to planning the perfect first date, we've got the list for you!
Just remember, for safety reasons, first dates should happen in public places.
She is a semi-autobiographical character created by Candace Bushnell, who published the book "Sex and the City", based on her own columns in the "New York Observer".
In 2005, Carrie Bradshaw was listed as number 11 on Bravo's 100 Greatest TV Characters.was about what was on Carrie’s mind — specifically, what she was “wondering.” The woman spent a tremendous amount of time in a state of wonder.