Synopsis by Rebecca Flint Marx
The occasion of the wedding of her supposedly gay friend Bobby Fine (Nathan Lane) -- a very swish lounge singer -- to Bitsy Von Muffling (Julie Halston), a socialite, leads a shocked Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) to question what it takes to give a relationship its zing. While Carrie is mulling that question over, Charlotte (Kristin Davis) accepts the invitation of her lawyer/fling Harry (Evan Handler) to be his date to the wedding, while Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) has a harder time accepting the fact that she and Steve (David Eigenberg) have somehow started sleeping together again. Samantha (Kim Cattrall) also finds herself making unexpected contact with an ex when she asks Richard (James Remar) for permission to throw a party at his house in the Hamptons. En route to the Hamptons for the wedding, Carrie meets Jack Berger (Ron Livingston), who informs her that he's broken up with his girlfriend, which makes Carrie feel all tingly. The two have an intense conversation about relationships, after which Jack freaks out and runs off, causing Carrie to despair once more of ever finding a decent relationship. Once at the wedding, Carrie and co. are won over by the love being demonstrated by Bobby and Bitsy, and a thus inspired Charlotte tells Harry that she thinks she may be falling for him. Harry responds that he feels the same way, but can't marry her because she's not Jewish. Carrie, meanwhile, dances with Jack, who tells her he'd like to go out on a date with her, strengthening Carrie's resolve to not settle for anything less than the best in a relationship.