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Watched it last night just to see what it would be about and guess what, I liked it?! I was surprised that I actually paid attention. As an Youth At Risk Advisor, I was impressed with how they wrote in the scene how Carrie's friend who had sex regretted it and had a bad experience behind it altogether, Don't want to glamorize sex for teens. I liked finding out her parents and her sister as well. Will be curious to see how it evolves
Jan 15, 2013 2:15PM
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I loved Sex and the City and figured this was going to be awful so wasn't going to tune in.  The channel was left on and 5 minutes into it I was hooked.  Very well written and acted.  Not the teeny-bopper show I expected at all.  I'll be back next week!
Jan 11, 2013 12:20PM
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Will they show the accident that turned this beautiful girl into SJP?  LOVE SJP but pretty she ain't.
Jan 11, 2013 8:27AM
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I'm not a fan of Sex and City.  I never like Sarah Jessica Parker but this Carrie certainly looks so much better than that Sarah!  
This actress was from Bridge to Tabithia and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.  My how much she has grown!  I like her from those two movies.  
Probable won't watch the Sex and City series.  Don't care for it.

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