Whether you're a fan of Sex and the City or not, you proooobably remember the crazy drama that went down with their cast last fall.
If you don't, here's a quick refresher: It was looking like a Sex and the City 3 movie was imminent, but Kim Cattrall did not want to do it. The controversy quickly escalated into a full-blown public feud between Cattrall and Sarah Jessica Parker.
OKAY. SO. Yesterday was the 20th anniversary of Sex and the City's premiere, which means lots of people involved with the show were posting celebratory tributes.
Now, if you're like me, the first thing you thought was: "OMG, WHAT THE HECK DID KIM CATTRALL POST?"
After all, SJP posted a whole freaking slideshow of throwbacks from the show...
Kristin Davis also posted a tribute...
And Cynthia Nixon used the opportunity to fundraise for her upcoming campaign for governor of New York.
So, as the fourth and final woman in TV's most iconic quartet, what DID Cattrall post on the 20th anniversary of the show?
Well, first she tweeted a New York Times article, where the subheading specifically states that the writer does not watch Sex and the City. A strange choice given the day, but not necessarily shady!
She also tweeted out another article today, which argues that her character's arc on the show was the most compelling. The article also defends Cattrall's choice to leave the franchise.
She then liked a few tweets of this nature...
Now listen — we don't know if any of the above was intended to be shady. It really might not be!!! But that's what she did on the show's anniversary, and that's what this article is about, and that's why I'm telling you about it. K???
Honestly, all of these women are icons and I hope they can sit down for cosmos together soon. In the meantime, happy 20th anniversary to one of the greatest shows of all time!