And Just Like That… Episode Seven SPOILER ALERT

After mourning Big for the first six episodes of And Just Like That…, Carrie is forced to return to the dating world – however the big comeback is in fact for professional purposes. 

The new episode, entitled Sex And The Widow, which hit screens on Thursday, sees the writer, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, put pen to paper to document the agony of being widowed for her memoir, yet when she is told the book is too dark, her publisher urges her to go on a date to make for a fitting epilogue. 

While Carrie’s boozy return to the dating world is chronicled, Miranda, depicted by Cynthia Nixon, is left struggling with her non-existent sex life, which drives her back into the arms of Carrie’s boss, non-binary Ché Diaz, played by Sara Ramirez, who she lauds for giving her the best sex of her life during their extramarital dalliance. 

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Away from Carrie’s dating and Miranda’s sex life, Kristen Davis’ character Charlotte is seen negotiating her way through tough spots in her marriage as she scolds Harry for ‘mansplaining’.  

Uh oh! After mourning Big for the first six episodes of And Just Like That…, Carrie is forced to return to the dating world – however the big comeback is in fact for professional purposes and ends in her vomiting due to too much booze

The episode opens with Carrie working on her laptop in a timelapse sequence as the seasons pass, with leaves falling, rain tumbling and snow cascading from the sky while her looks change in the montage. 

Billy Evans’ 1938 song Spring Is Here played over the top while Carrie looks emotional as viewers later discover she is penning her memoir – a record of life as a widow and living with grief and loss. 

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