Love it or hate it, "Sex and the City" was a generation-defining show that taught people how to live, love and buy sensible shoes. Or something? Frankly, most males aren't terribly familiar with that sexy city show.
If there was a "Sex and the City" for dudes (and no, "Entourage" doesn't count), it probably would look something like this parody from Jarret Berenstein. You know, an in-depth look at the complicated feelings men go through in their sex and dating lives.