I don’t even want to get in the irony. He writes short stories. This has officially become too weird. Really, in a situation like this, you gotta laugh.
SEASON TWO – EPISODE FIFTEEN; “Shortcomings”: Carrie’s dating a fiction writer, Vaughn Weisel, whose family seems to fit Carrie’s taste just like a glove! She meets Vaughn’s parents and sisters when her new fling drags her into the fancy town house of Vaughn’s parents.
Even though she thinks she is not wearing the right clothes for a family introduction, we all believe she looks stylish in her colourful outfit, with a tie dyed top and a pastel coloured skirt. At her feet we spot her usual sandals (whom we love so very much!).
She gets along with the Weisel family so well that she hangs out a couple of times with Wallis, the mother…
…But it’s another story when it comes to her relationship with Vaughn in bed. As soon as they start kissing each other, the accident happens, and talking of shortcomings you understand what I mean with “the accident”: he lasts a short period of time (very short and frustrating period of time).
She feels like this problem is going to affect their relationship, but he doesn’t want to hear or talk about it. And, when Carrie tries to make him reason over it, he freaks out, keeping this attitude even when having lunch with his family. It’s inevitable she has to break up with him, however it is easier than breaking up with Wallis, his mother.
In the meanwhile, Charlotte is having her brother Wesley over after his divorce. She wants to introduce him to her friend Carrie, only Carrie, but Samantha comes along… and of course she ends up sleeping with Wesley.
FASHION BONUS: Leaving aside Carrie’s “shortcoming” problem and Wesley’s visit, Miranda is dating a divorced father, and for a date in the park, she surprises us all with a beautiful outfit (that still fits her style perfectly).