Remember how "Sex and the City" went from being a bubbly girl-on-the-town all jazzed up by her big dreams and bigger libido to a moth-eaten drag queen slumped over the piano in a hooker bar in Reno? As the seasons progressed and the four leading ladies had less weird sex, less legitimate angst, and more outrageously priced clothing, the show lost its edge — and its devoted audience (hey, Lena Dunham, are you listening?). By the time series ended in 2004 after six seasons, and the movies were wheeled out years later, the plot, the characters, and the fun were as watered down as a blue margarita at an airport Chili’s. There are rumors of another "Golden Girls" — oops — "Sex and the City" reunion, but for now, we’ll just enjoy laughing with a new Twitter account @SATC3quel instead of at a new movie itself.
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