Every single person Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha dated

With “Sex and the City’s” 20th anniversary upon us, we couldn’t help but wonder: Just how did the love lives of our favorite Manhattan foursome stack up in its 94 episodes? The results may surprise even the most die-hard viewers.

Episodes dating Episodes not dating Longest relationship by number of episodes (Big) 74 20 21 (Smith) 71 23 19 (Trey) 74 20 26 (Steve) 50 44 20
Episodes dating Episodes not dating Longest relationship by number of episodes (Big) 74 20 21 (Smith) 71 23 19 (Trey) 74 20 26 (Steve) 50 44 20
Steve Big Big Steve Aidan Commitment level of date One-timer One episode “Great love” 17 13 9 5 5 17 13 9 5 17 13 9 5 17 13 9 5 9 5 E1 S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 James Samantha’s first serial date whose small endowment becomes a big problem Steve Brady Carrie forgets about her date with Miranda at a bar. Steve, the bartender, picks Miranda up. Their socio-economic status ultimately leads to their first breakup Carrie and Mr. Big reconcile in Season 2, but once again, his inability to commit is their downfall. That and a work trip to Paris, from which Big returns with a new, 27-year-old girlfriend Natasha Skipper Johnston – A sweet and sensitive nerd who was too smitten with Miranda Steve Big Richard Big Steve Aidan Serial date Eric and GeorgeCharlotte attempts to go on two dates in one night and fails David and DavidA gay couple propositions Samantha with a ménage à trois Bill Kelley A politician with a pee fetish Mr. CockyHis large endowment becomes a deal breaker Aidan Shaw Furniture designer and Carrie’s second major love interest Cheats on Aidan with a recently-married Big, which leads to Carrie and Aidan’s breakup Walker LewisMiranda’s last hot fling during her pregnancy, with Steve being the baby-daddy Great in bed, bad with kids. Miranda’s newborn sends Walker packing Trey MacDougalA husband who initially checks off almost every item on Charlotte’s list of an ideal partner Problems with sex, fertility and wanting children drives Trey and Charlotte to divorce Richard WrightHotel magnate and bad boy whose cheating habit drives an increasingly paranoid Sam to break up with him Aidan and Carrie break up due to her commitment issues and his mistrust of her Harry Goldenblatt Charlotte’s divorce lawyer and eventual second husband Dr. Robert Leeds A match seemingly made in heaven until Miranda realizes she still loves Steve Smith Jerrod – A struggling actor turned movie star who eventually wins over Samantha’s heart Jack Berger – An insecure writer who breaks up with Carrie via Post-it note Jazz Guy Flies to Paris to save Carrie Big Big Walker Mr. Big New York big shot and Carrie's on-again, off-again love interest known throughout most of the show as “Mr. Big”