WARNING: This story contains spoilers for this week’s episode of And Just Like That.
Location, location, location!
This week’s episode of And Just Like That is all about where the ladies are – and where they aren’t.
First: where exactly Are Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Aidan (John Corbett)?
Romantically, the remarried couple has put “seriousness” far behind, as Carrie has even met Aidan’s sons and played nice with his ex-wife in Virginia.
Physically, Carrie and Aidan are still illegal sublets of Che Diaz’s (Sara Ramirez) apartment, as Aidan still refuses to enter Carrie’s apartment, where the specter of her romantic past still lurks.
But when the couple exceeds the agreed length of stay, Che receives a stern letter from the property manager about violating the house guest policy.
Looking for a long-term solution, Carrie decides—get ready for the next part—to sell her apartment.
That’s right. Carrie’s icon after more than 25 years Jewel Box of the Upper East SideMiss Bradshaw decides to give up the room to invest in her future with Aidan.
The next stop on this episode’s themed locations tour? An over-the-top, four-bedroom, three-bathroom two-story apartment that Carrie is buying for herself and Aidan and Aidan’s three sons.
Carrie also goes back to her comments last week that her marriage to Mr. Big (Chris Noth) may have been a “big mistake.” When Charlotte’s boss (Victor Garber) tries to flirt with her, all she can say is, “It was a wonderful marriage with a wonderful man” and “It ended way too soon.”
Still, she feels more committed to Aidan than ever – her awkward coffee chat with Aidan’s ex-wife Cathy (Rosemarie DeWitt) proves that. Cathy makes a polite request to Carrie not She uses her sons as content for her writing – and throws down a less polite request that Carrie not “hurt” either [Aidan] once again.”
“It’s not just Aidan now,” Cathy tells Carrie, who is stunned by the frankness. “It’s my boys.”
Harsh? Perhaps. But while we love our girl Carrie, it might not be the worst thing for her to hear.
In any case, it helps her decide that she’s okay with Aidan.
“You just have to be sure,” Aidan later advises Carrie about selling her apartment and thus jumps into the relationship with both feet. “Are you sure?”
Who knows what the next week will bring? But for now she’s sure.
While we’re staying close to Carrie’s beautiful home, Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) is also having whereabouts issues this week.
After days of listening to roommate Nya Wallace (Karen Pittman) have fun with a stranger from Tinder, Miranda jokes wistfully about moving into Carrie’s spacious new apartment. As for Nya’s affair, the Columbia law professor is having the time of her life — until she finds out her ex-husband and his new wife are having a child.
After Nya’s bedmate sends Miranda back to her Brooklyn apartment for a shower, she is shocked to see Charlotte’s daughter, Lily York-Goldenblatt (Cathy Ang), walk out of her son Brady’s (Niall Cunningham) room, wearing only a t-shirt. comes.
While Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda conspired to get their kids together to talk about college, they didn’t expect to succeed together together.
When they tell Carrie they suspect their children are having sex, their reaction is priceless.
“It’s like hearing about two of my stuffed animals having sex,” says Carrie.
With her characteristically endearing madness, Char immediately spins in a spiral about the hundreds of ways a Brady-Lily relationship could go wrong “unless they get married.”
The latter thought has her momentarily fixated on the “beautiful, redheaded, Chinese-Jewish babies” they might have, but by the end of the episode, she tears herself away from it. After sniffing out most of their offspring at a party thrown by Harry York-Goldenblatt (Evan Handler) and Herbert Todd-Wexley (Chris Jackson), she and Miranda wisely decide to stay out of their children’s sex lives for now.
The Harry Herbert party combines the talents of both men to support Herbert’s campaign for the post of city controller. At the party, Anthony Marantino (Mario Cantone) and his Hot Fellas bread delivery boy Giuseppe (Sebastiano Pigazzi) finally break through after five pasta dates without a second course.
Anthony gets cold feet and tries to delay the deal with excuse after excuse – like he’s “an old-fashioned girl” or he thinks Giuseppe is going to use him for a green card.
But when he finds out that the hottie’s mother is from Buffalo, New York, they end up embarrassed in Charlotte’s daughter’s room.
Speaking of which, Hot Fellas isn’t the only one with a bun in the oven.
After a few passive-aggressive exchanges between Herbert and Lisa Todd Wexley (Nicole Ari Parker) — culminating in the fashionista falling asleep on her love seat, stiletto in hand and nearly missing her husband’s campaign party — Lisa announces that she is pregnant.
It’s a storyline that practically came out of nowhere, but of course we look forward to seeing how the incomparable LTW makes maternity wear look enviable.
At our final stop on this episode’s real estate tour, Seema Patel (Sarita Choudhury) signs more than one deal with the sexy superhero film director, to whom she shows luxury apartments.
With a price tag of $37,000 a month, that doesn’t bother Ravi Gordi (Armin Amiri). what he is Really Interested in getting Seema hot And disturbs – which he also does, directly in his new apartment.
Smitten Seema even takes Ravi on an impromptu double date with Carrie and Aidan, during which Carrie’s husband turns out to be a huge fan of Ravi’s films.
The always cool Seema loudly apologizes to Carrie for surprising her with a chilled date.
Carrie flatly replies, “You know how I hate spending time with charming, sophisticated men who know how to dress.”