Her and Big's relationship is rocky, and when he announces that he might have to move to Paris for a year but doesn't overtly invite Carrie to come with him, they break up a second time. Carrie sets up Miranda with her friend Skipper. She then runs into Big, returned from Paris, and his new something fiancee, Natasha played by Bridget Moynahan. The Best of Mr. After they break up, Miranda sees him with another woman and feels compelled to resume their relationship, but they again break up when he wants exclusivity and she does not. Although he eventually agrees to exclusivity, he doesn't introduce Carrie to his mother and won't refer to her as "the one", so rather than going on a planned vacation with him, Carrie breaks it off. And there, before any dialogue hits your ears, you have the two woeful female archetypes that Sex and the City loves—woman as sex object and woman as child After this process, she presses Harry to "set the date" in an insulting way and he breaks it off with her. Field described the show's influence as "like sitting at the bottom of an atom bomb". It's true that it was progressive for its time but that doesn't mean contemporary viewers should be dismissive of some of its more problematic content. She does, briefly, but realizes how inattentive he is when working, and she breaks it off with him just as Big arrives in Paris, looking for her, ready to finally commit to her being "the one". They begin to date, but Carrie is dismayed to find out he is still seeing other people. Despite her misgivings, Carrie accepts the proposal and then eventually realizes she's not ready for marriage. History buffs often ponder the origin and changes that took place in the Republican Party since its inception long before the Civil War. Season 2 [ edit ] Main article: Carrie's calling bisexuality a "layover on the way to Gay Town", or Samantha using transphobic language to refer to the sex workers outside her apartment. In the episode "Coulda Woulda Shoulda" 4.