For women of a certain age, Carrie Bradshaw and her "Sex and the City" pals are surrogate friends -- lovable yet flawed characters who've collectively experienced the many and messy permutations of modern-day urban romance.
Other than reruns and the occasional movie, fans of Candace Bushnell's bestselling book or, more likely, its popular HBO TV spinoff, haven't had a lot of options for keeping up their fictional friendships with Sam (and her revolving door of a bed), Miranda (with her commitment issues), Charlotte (and her Park Avenue lifestyle) and, of course, Carrie, her newspaper column and Mr. Big.
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