So, the movie is out soon and in certain quarters this news has been met with squeals of joy and nostalgia as people hark back to the 'good old days' when Horseface, Ginger, the WASP one and the Slutty one would 'take' Manhattan on a weekly basis.
But, wasn't it all a bit, well...shit?
SJP is one of those women that only other women find attractive.
The entire series was a vehicle for the most shameless product placement in the history of television.
The story was pretty dull, the SJP indecision thing was seriously grating.
The whole appeal of a show centred around 'sassy', 'independent', 'modern' women was tempered somewhat by the fact that 99% of women aren't urbane, highly paid, urban professionals with glamorous careers and utterly hedonistic lifestyles.
In essence was SATC essentially regressive or counter-feminist in so far as it presented ostensibly intelligent women to be fashion obsessed clothes horses who may well hold it down in the boardroom, but collapse into an emotional heap over obviously unsuitable men?
Oh and who was it that propagated the myth that SJP knows about style?