AND JUST LIKE THAT…showcased what happens to “older” editors, especially when it comes to Vogue Magazine. Candace Bergen and Gloria Steinem were the dynamic duo who gave this episode its class.    Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) needs a blurb for her new book. Nothing will stop her, not even becoming “Pay pals” with her old mentor and boss. Meanwhile, Mark (Victor Garber) wants to change Charlotte’s (Kristin Davis) life even more than “the finale of the 4th of July.” It is all about “the battle of our minds” and maybe a few “Kegels”  as well.   The writers are throwing everything into the sexy, lust-driven Miranda (Cynthia Nixon). Who are you becoming this season?

Charlotte is currently more of a taskmaster. It all does get lost and mixed up, especially during their “daily” lunches. The show is tipping off its rails again. The biggest surprise for me was seeing one of my former students, Stephen Burgi, in the balcony scene. Great waving and excellent facial expressions! Now give this talented actor a line or two!!    AND JUST LIKE THAT…needs guidance. Will it get to the point where I won’t recognize anyone’s character? I hope not. This episode needed much more than quickie one-liners. Thank you, Gloria, Candace, and Stephen, for your appearance, but it wasn’t enough. AND JUST LIKE THAT… is available to stream on MAX.     

Esta Rosevear

Esta Rosevear has been a Theatre Arts teacher and director for 35+ years, published Children’s author of the Rebecca series, and is passionate about playing her violin, walking, gardening, and reading murder mysteries.

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