From a thin Aidan to a plump Miranda, Sex and the City: The Complete Fourth Season is thick with plot twists, some of which are more poignant than others. Samantha’s momentary sapphic switch is good for a giggle, Carrie’s jivin’ jazz beau (Craig Bierko) much less so. Charlotte’s Trey (Kyle MacLachlan) odyssey remains consistently sad. But things pick up when the previous season’s requisite male rejects – John Corbett’s Aidan-lite and David Eigenberg’s soft-spoken Steve – reemerge empowered, flummoxing Carrie and impregnating Miranda, respectively. The girls may still be the stars of the show, but it’s hard to remain in their catty corner when these two handsome charmers pop up unexpectedly at Miranda’s mom’s funeral, lending their characteristic quiet support. Add to that Richard (James Remar) both winning and breaking Samantha’s heart, and it seems like the guys have it.
(Sex And The City: Craig Blankenhorn)
Posted May 23 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
- Disney eyes live-action 'Prince Charming'
- Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend lands own Beats 1 Radio show
- 'Sesame Street': Sonia 'Maria' Manzano's 7 favorites
- 'Hannibal': No go at Netflix, Amazon
- Caitlyn Jenner gives empowering talk in new 'I Am Cait' trailer
- Michael Eisner clarifies comment that beautiful, funny women are 'impossible to find'
- Sluggish Fourth of July box office no picnic for Hollywood
- Channing Tatum in 'Magic Mike XXL' leads our quip picks
- Reel-to-real couples: 12 relationships on-screen and off
- 'Back to the Future' turns 30: See the cast, then and now
- 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice': 6 EW exclusive photos
- Comic-Con 2015 preview: 10 panels we can't wait to see
- Kendall Jenner, Liv Tyler, Jessie J & More!