Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, And Cynthia Nixon Respond To Kim Cattrall’s Cameo Appearance On “And Just Like That..”
Kim Cattrall returning to the Sex and the City universe by finally reprising her role of Samantha Jones in the revival, And Just Like That…, is the only reason to watch season two I can think of. But that doesn’t mean that these tricks won’t pretend that this was a “leak” while they mitigate our expectations now that they’ve realized giving us Samantha-blue balls will probably just turn us off after we get a taste of her and are forced to move on. So Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon have all talked about how this is just a brief little thing, it’s just a taste, don’t be disappointed, blah, blah, blah. No, I will be disappointed, I’m already let down, and no one can tell me otherwise!
Samantha Jones Is Back! Well, She’s Back For One Scene In The Second Season Finale Of “And Just Like That…”
The gang is back together! Well… not really… not at all, actually. But through the magic of television editing and paying actresses huge sums of money (hopefully), Kim Cattrall‘s Samantha Jones will return to the Sex and the City revival And Just Like That… for the season 2 finale. But the gag is, Samantha was not even in the room with the other stars, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, or Kristin Davis, which is tragic because I think Kim actually only hates SJP. But it was obviously like pulling teeth to get her on the series, so we’ll just have to settle for a Samantha Jones cameo.
Carol Anne from Poltergeist voice: “They’re heeere!” The Sex and the City spin-off, And Just Like That…, is back, baby! Variety reports that HBO Max dropped the show’s second season trailer and announced it will premiere sometime in June. OK. That gives us 5-7 weeks to get a lobotomy so we can actually enjoy this crap.
I’m afraid we haven’t seen the last of Che Diaz. Since Twitter had such a raucous time roasting And Just Like That, it seemed inevitable that HBO would take credit for starting a “cultural conversation” and renew it for a second season. And according to The Hollywood Reporter, that’s exactly what happened. AJLT, HBO’s sort-of sequel to Sex And The City, will be returning, and given that most of the success of the first season seemed largely due to humanity’s inability to look away from the sight of blood-soaked overalls, mangled Monolos and characters eviscerated beyond recognition, I fear we can expect even more of the same.
Cynthia Nixon And Nicole Ari Parker Responded To Meghan McCain Saying “Wokeness” Ruined “And Just Like That…”
Well, we’ve done it now. Because we cracked a few jokes about the ham-fisted way the writers of And Just Like That… tried to address the lack of diversity in Sex and The City, Meghan McCain wanted to get in on the fun. Only Meghan wouldn’t know fun if it was crimped, curled, teased, twisted, and sitting on top of her head wrapped in a bow. Since she no longer has The View on which to obnoxiously opine, Meghan #TookToTheDailyMail to drag AJLT complaining that “wokeness kills everything.” According to People, Andy Cohen asked the cast of AJLT for their reactions to Meghan’s DM op-ed on his Sirius XM show, and my oh my do those ladies look tired.
Sex and the City‘s author Candace Bushnell, says she was “startled” by a lot of the decisions of the reboot series, And Just Like That… She says in a new interview with The New Yorker that the series is definitely not what she would have expected it to be, calling it a “television product” where Carrie Bradshaw ended up a “quirky girl who married a rich guy.” BLOOP! I mean… I couldn’t help but wonder… was Candace right?