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And then there's the issue of the transgender sex workers who ply their trade outside Sam's apartment.
All three of them are "Black hookers" in the most stereotypical way imaginable, and are presented in Carrie's voice-over as "half-man, half-woman, totally annoying." A lot of this is perhaps forgivable to a certain extent, because people were far more ignorant about the issues facing the trans community in 2000?
-- out of her apartment was a delight, as she appeared to realize that he's an idiot who whines about taking an STD test and insists on watching . And he wore a lot of troubling things, and he's one of those guys who just starts peeing when he's in the bathroom with you like it's no big deal, which I personally do not like.
But imagine if that character were played by someone else, someone charismatic and good -- like, say (as I look to see who would have been age and career-level appropriate in 2000), Taye Diggs or Colin Firth or Mark Ruffalo or Javier Bardem or Ken Watanabe, just to start.
Is Brad Pitt finally moving on from his estranged wife, Angelina Jolie?
According to a new report, the father of six may be smitten with 21-year-old actress Ella Purnell after previously being linked to a number of other famous faces, including Kate Hudson, Margot Robbie, and Sienna Miller.
But with better casting, I believe Carrie might have lost our sympathy forever, if she still had it after her completely insane insistence on confronting Natasha to force an apology on her! ANYWAY, it's not breaking news that Carrie's a choad.
Since then, both parties have been linked to other actors as their alleged custody battle continues.I've been sitting here for the last few minutes writing and deleting sentences I didn't fully believe (in either direction) about Charlotte and Trey.I've always liked Kyle Mac Lachlan, and I think he was the right guy to cast as Charlotte's perfect-on-paper husband.“It’s only a matter of time before Brad takes their relationship to the next level,” the insider added. I'm not a gambling woman, but if you made me put money on that question, my answer would be "yes." It was around the middle of this season -- right around the time the trio (soon to be foursome) set off for Los Angeles, that appeared to turn into itself: the bawdy, blowsy, larger-than-life caricature of urban female sexuality that spawned show-specific New York City tours, pilgrimages to Magnolia Bakery, and a suburban familiarity with Manolo Blahnik.