If you're unfamiliar with the world of Sex and the City, then I'm here to tell you that even though it was a fabulous show full of iconic outfits, hilarious one-liners, and moments we'll never forget, a lot of it doesn't hold up today.
There were many problematic moments sprinkled throughout all six seasons (and both movies, if we're gonna go there), and it had a very white and anti-LGBTQ approach to storytelling.
Sex and the City's "white" problem has been a huge topic of conversation for many years now, and in light of the And Just Like That... reboot, they attempted to make up for lost time.
The revival didn't feel like a natural progression of Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte's true personalities — but rather, a series that tried way too hard to incorporate certain dialogue and storylines to fix the show's problematic past.
So, here are some moments from And Just Like That... that felt very forced, and tried to make up for Sex and the City's problematic past:
Warning: Spoilers ahead! 🚨