Carrie is a garbage person. He as an elaborate setup of TVs in the loft, the better to screen all the videos he tapes of himself having sex with models who haven't consented to be filmed. The less said about the fact that this is presented as an artistic quirk, the better. Re-watching the episode last week, I tweeted out two bits about my thoughts on the ep: In "Ex and the City" season two, episode 18 , Charlotte stops dead when she sees a woman riding a horse in the middle of New York City. Carrie does, ostensibly, ask for financial advice from Big, but her intentions are clear. The episode begins post-engagement smash-up, with Aidan finally moving out and Carrie begging him not to. Hell, the Sex and the City tour business is still booming in New York City, complete with cupcakes and cosmos. Oh, and Charlotte goes to see a celebrity psychic who lives in a brownstone between Central Park West and Columbus. Pamela calls her out for working with another broker, but Samantha correctly hits back that she shouldn't have given someone else first dibs. Some plotlines are quirky — like when Miranda wanted to bone a guy dressed as a sandwich — but others are just too messed up to let slide. Her first love was a brown horse named Taddy, you see, who betrayed her by throwing her during a competition. When he hosts a party, Charlotte tells Carrie, "No guy buys a classic-six on the Upper West Side unless they're seriously thinking about marriage. It can be assumed that Charlotte had her first orgasm riding that horse. There were also comments about her vast shoe collection and its financial ramifications. Meanwhile, Charlotte Kirstin Davis and Trey Kyle MacLachlan also give their relationship another shot, before also eventually breaking up for good.