Big takes her to the hospital and stays until the baby is born, hoping to run into Carrie. With the sweeping changes in the media landscape, how might the column look had it existed today? At a restaurant, he asks them if they think Carrie really is happy and if he has any shot of winning her back. He intercepts Carrie as she is leaving the ceremony. I think Miranda would probably be marching for human rights and the show would address it in a bigger way. I get a little kick out of it.
They break up repeatedly, over the course of two years for those reasons, before Big marries a gorgeous twenty-six-year-old socialite and Ralph Lauren employee named Natasha Bridget Moynahan after dating her for only five months. She is on her way to her last dinner with the girls before departing for Paris. She explains that everything is a mess and Paris isn't what she thought it would be.
Carrie agrees and thus begins their on-again-off-again relationship.
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Views Read Edit View history. Whereas today, everybody wants to appeal to everybody. Big attempts to invite Carrie to dinner and drinks in order to apologize for the way he treated her, only to be turned down. When Carrie arrives at the hospital, they tell her the tale. She is on her way to her last dinner with the girls before departing for Paris. Then she rushes off to meet her friends for dinner, leaving Big alone and confused on the street.
He answers with a memorable line he used in the first episode "abso-fucking-lutely" , which reminds the audience that he is still, in fact, the confident, sexy Big that Carrie has been in love with from day one. After much deliberation, with Carrie's current situation and her history with Big in the forefront of their minds, Miranda tells him to "go get our girl".