The creators of @EveryOutfitonSATC on Instagram on owning the Carrie Bradshaw Metaverse

Garroni: It’s all in show girls Question that reads: “Is show girls good?” Depends on your definition of good. Is it entertaining? Sure.

Fairless: Well I’ve been watching Emily in Paris, which is really bad. It does And just like that… looks like this i don’t know…

Garroni: Breaking Bad.

Fairless: But it has value. It’s escape. I enjoy it. And I think if someone watches something obsessively, whether they hate it or not, then you’re a fan of this show. You like the show. If you didn’t like it, you wouldn’t watch it.

Garroni: People are so emotionally invested and there is no way to make them happy.

A trifle with which people have And just like that… is the feeling that the women have crawled out from under a rock and are being aggressively confronted with ‘wake culture’ at every turn.

Fairless: It would make a little more sense if they were suburban women, but New Yorkers…even a middle-aged white woman knows a person of color. I get that people’s friend groups can still be quite separate, but to me the level of awkwardness they all have with it, except for Carrie, I guess, who’s kind of most awake — it feels like a very transparent attempt to atone for the franchise’s past transgressions. At the same time, I can see that their intent was to make a more diverse, inclusive show.

It seems they are turning a few different characters – LTW, Seema, Anthony – into the Samantha blank. Do you think one of these guys works best in that fourth place, or is he irreplaceable?

Garroni: By the way, if only they had put LTW on that seat…

Fairless: And just raise Anthony, who also has a Samantha-like perspective. She would be the one to joke about how politically correct everyone is suddenly. This has become Anthony.

Garroni: It’s an irreplaceable seat. However, Anthony is the best approximation.

How do you deal with the Samantha shaped hole?

Fairless: You could very easily have written them down in one line and never come back to them. I like that they continue to refer to her because the audience can’t get over it either, so why not acknowledge it?

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