As Keenan would say, “What’s up with that?”
Not that it really matters. The show is the thing, and I swear I think it’s just as popular around the world now as it was when the series ended in 2004.
Girls/Women worldwide still want their very own “Carrie” necklace.
We have been making these since the 80’s, and we still average around 2,000 “Carrie” nameplates every year.
That is a fun fact.
Here are 10 more Sex and the City Fun Facts from iVillage.
•Carrie met Mr Big in the first ever episode of Sex and the City. They collided in the street, and he helped Carrie pick up the spilled contents of her purse, including a packet of condoms.
•Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie) is a woman of many talents. She studied ballet with the Cincinnati Ballet and American Ballet Theatre, and singing with the Metropolitan Opera.
•Kim Cattrall (Samantha) is British. She was born in Liverpool and moved to Canada at the age of three months. At the age of eleven, Kim returned to Britain and studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
•Sarah Jessica was once cast in a New York production of The Sound of Music along with four of her siblings.
•She (Jessica) hosted The 2000 MTV Movie Awards, and changed into 15 different outfits throughout the show.
•Chris Noth (Mr Big) spent two years as an undergraduate at Marlboro College, in Vermont, USA, during which time he lived in the woods in a cabin that he’d constructed himself.
•Kim used to date former Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau.
•Kristin Davis’s grandma has never seen Sex and the City and doesn’t even know the title of the show. Kristin says she wouldn’t be able to handle it.
•John Corbett (Aidan Shaw) worked in a steel factory for six years, until an accident forced him to give it up. He subsequently attended the local city college, where he decided one day to sit in on a friend’s drama class. While watching, he was invited on stage for an exercise and became instantly captivated by the craft. He’s never looked back.
•Kim moved to New York City by herself, at the age of 16, to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.