Orange is the New Black is the Anti-Sex and the City

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Jason Biggs plays Piper's fiancé, Larry Bloom, who vows to stay committed to her throughout her sentence, visiting her frequently, and even pushing ... more 
Photo by: Sex and the City/Orange Is the New Black
Jason Biggs plays Piper's fiancé, Larry Bloom, who vows to stay committed to her throughout her sentence, visiting her frequently, and even pushing for her hand in marriage. Meanwhile, it took Big nearly 10 years to marry Carrie (and that was after he ditched her at the altar once before). less 
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Wed, Aug 7, 2013 9:16 AM EDT
Fact: "Orange Is the New Black" is the best show on television. The one-hour Netflix series-created by Jenji Kohan, the woman behind "Weeds"-focuses on a 30-something named Piper Chapman who is serving a 15-month sentence at a federal prison for a drug-related crime she committed years prior. The female-focused series has generated so much buzz that comparisons have been drawn to "Sex and the City." But while both shows delve into women's love and sex lives, friendships, and insecurities (by way of frank dialogue and racy sex scenes), the comparisons end there. Allow us to elaborate. -By Elise Sole