And Just Like That... Episode Eight SPOILER ALERT

And Just Like That... Episode Eight SPOILER ALERT
And Just Like That... Episode Eight SPOILER ALERT

And Just Like That... was all about the sex factor on this week's episode of the Sex And The City spin-off. 

In the show's 94 episode, six series and two movie history, nudity has been mostly restricted to the ladies - yet the eighth episode of the reboot, named Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered, saw two men bare all - with Evan Handler's character Harry Goldenblatt and an unnamed hunk both exposing themselves entirely.

Harry's nudity came in the lead-up to his wife - Kristen Davis' character Charlotte York Goldenblatt - performing a sexual act in their bathroom, before being interrupted by their daughter. 

Aside from the eye-popping scenes, viewers also see Miranda. depicted by Cynthia Nixon, finally tackle her marriage to find love with non-binary Ché Diaz, played by Sara Ramirez, while Carrie Bradshaw, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, is seen negotiating life as 'the old lady' neighbour of her hip and trendy new building-mate.   

Ahem! And Just Like That... was all about the sex factor on this week's episode of the Sex And The City spin-off as Harry and an unnamed hunk are seen baring all in shock scenes

Oh my! SATC has never shown such explicit scenes, yet Carrie's neighbour turns up the heat with the racy moments

Ahem! And Just Like That... was all about the sex factor on this week's episode of the Sex And The City spin-off as Harry and an unnamed hunk are seen baring all in shock scenes 

Fighting: The episode opens at an equality march with Ché on-stage, being watched by Miranda, whose main storyline thus far has followed her heated dalliances with the star - who is Carrie's boss - and her inward battle to end her marriage while exploring her sexuality

Fighting: The episode opens at an equality march with Ché on-stage, being watched by Miranda, whose main storyline thus far has followed her heated dalliances with the star - who is Carrie's boss - and her inward battle to end her marriage while exploring her sexuality

The episode opens at an equality march with Ché on-stage, being watched by Miranda, whose main storyline thus far has followed her heated dalliances with the star - who is Carrie's boss - and her inward battle to end her marriage while exploring her sexuality. 

Speaking to the crown, Ché says: 'If you're living your truth then you're part of the revolution. You're a part of the evolution. We know that visibility isn't justice but visibility can be the key that unlocks it all... 

'I want to thank you all for living in your truth today and saying: "F**k this rain s**t... I mean y'all are making me wet! And I wanna thank our LGBTQ allies' - after which Miranda spots her son Brady in the crowd. 

Clearly horrified she begins to hide behind a fellow marcher, which Ché spots and pointedly says on stage: 'Live your truth you have nothing to hide, that's right you know what, hiding is like so five years ago, hiding isn't the key to anything. Hiding takes away the bright light that you own. So f**k that shade and shine.'

Oh no! Miranda spots her son Brady in the crowd and begins to hide

Oh no! Miranda spots her son Brady in the crowd and begins to hide

Uh oh: As she is grilled over why she ran away like 'a Looney Tunes character' - 'what, was Yosemite Sam chasing you down or some s**t?' - Miranda reveals: 'No, I saw my son and I didn't want him to see me here with you'

Uh oh: As she is grilled over why she ran away like 'a Looney Tunes character' - 'what, was Yosemite Sam chasing you down or some s**t?' - Miranda reveals: 'No, I saw my son and I didn't want him to see me here with you'

From the stage, Miranda can be seen fleeing the march in a panic before she returns with iced coffees. 

As she is grilled over why she ran away like 'a Looney Tunes character' - 'what, was Yosemite Sam chasing you down or some s**t?' - Miranda reveals: 'No, I saw my son and I didn't want him to see me here with you'. 

A stunned Ché asks: 'He doesn't know about me?' before Miranda explosively announces: 'He doesn't know about me! Or you! Or me with you!' - Ché replies: 'He doesn't know you're in an open marriage? You are in an open marriage aren't you?'

Shock: A stunned Ché asks: 'He doesn't know about me?' before Miranda explosively announces: 'He doesn't know about me! Or you! Or me with you!' - Ché replies: 'He doesn't know you're in an open marriage? You are in an open marriage aren't you?'

Shock: A stunned Ché asks: 'He doesn't know about me?' before Miranda explosively announces: 'He doesn't know about me! Or you! Or me with you!' - Ché replies: 'He doesn't know you're in an open marriage? You are in an open marriage aren't you?'

Clearly uncomfortable, Miranda says: 'I wasn't until you', Che asks: 'Are you f**king kidding me? I'm on stage telling people not to hide and then I find out the person I've been f**king for three weeks is skulking away'. 

Miranda begins to squirm, telling her enraged lover: 'I know, but I didn't want to bring up something...' 

While Miranda details being 'married forever' and not knowing how to handle the situation, Ché - clearly hurt - responds: 'Jesus Christ Miranda why did you put yourself out there if you weren't available?... I don't sneak around, I don't lie, I'm not a homewrecker. This is over until you sort out your life.'

Wow: After watching Miranda's personal woes play out, we shoot to Carrie in her apartment, which is jam-packed with rails of clothes, ahead of the arrival of her real estate pal Seema Patel, played by Sarita Choudhury, who she warns: 'Enter at your own risk!'

Wow: After watching Miranda's personal woes play out, we shoot to Carrie in her apartment, which is jam-packed with rails of clothes, ahead of the arrival of her real estate pal Seema Patel, played by Sarita Choudhury, who she warns: 'Enter at your own risk!'

After watching Miranda's personal woes play out, we shoot to Carrie in her apartment, which is jam-packed with rails of clothes, ahead of the arrival of her real estate pal Seema Patel, played by Sarita Choudhury, who she warns: 'Enter at your own risk!' 

Seema replies: 'Oh my God it's like the Barney's Warehouse Sale... I used to get my assistant to camp out on 17th Street to get in the queue so I'd be the first one in, that was quite a scene.'

Eagle-eyed fans will notice Carrie was clutching the dirndl she famously sported in Season Two, Episode 14 - entitled The F**k Buddy. The traditional German dress caused quite the stir. 

Carrie reveals to Seema that she has been 'sitting in her 20s, 30s and 40s' all week, while sorting through her clothes before she unveils the  Versace Couture Mille Feuille gown worn when she was in Paris in Season Six, Episode Two An American Girl in Paris, Part Deux. 

Nice: Carrie shows Seema her new neighbour from  her window

Nice: Carrie shows Seema her new neighbour from  her window 

She explains to Seema that she has worn the dress twice, once in Paris and once in her apartment. 

Carrie reveals that Charlotte's daughter Lily has been helping her archive her clothes and has been betrothing 'the vintage pieces that sadly were not vintage when I bought them' on to her friend's child. 

As Seema goes to light up a cigarette, Carrie asks her not to smoke, as she explains that she has been allowing herself one cigarette a day and when she smoked in the apartment 'everything smelt like smoke'. She reveals her one cigarette a day has seen her wrapping her hair up and walking around the block with rubber gloves on.

Glam: As the scene turns to Carrie's shrieking neighbour sitting with a bevy of friends on her stoop, the writer is seen in her home calling her podcast co-star Jackie Nee, played by Bobby Lee. She asks him if there was any 'cool way' to ask her to be quiet - to which he suggests bringing a gun

Glam: As the scene turns to Carrie's shrieking neighbour sitting with a bevy of friends on her stoop, the writer is seen in her home calling her podcast co-star Jackie Nee, played by Bobby Lee. She asks him if there was any 'cool way' to ask her to be quiet - to which he suggests bringing a gun

She says: 'I'll come and sit with you on the stoop - if my new neighbour's not out there again!', before peering out the window only to be greeted with the sight of a 20-something on a date: 'She's so cool. Always very one shoulder naked with a gorgeous rope jewellery or something special around her neck'. 

Her neighbour then locks lips with her date. Carrie says: 'What I want to know is how she can afford the good apartment under me?' - as Seema questions: 'Russian hooker?'

As the scene turns to Carrie's shrieking neighbour sitting with a bevy of friends on her stoop, the writer is seen in her home calling her podcast co-star Jackie Nee, played by Bobby Lee. She asks him if there was any 'cool way' to ask her to be quiet - to which he suggests bringing a gun. 

Any advice? As the scene turns to Carrie's shrieking neighbour sitting with a bevy of friends on her stoop, the writer is seen in her home calling her podcast co-star Jackie Nee, played by Bobby Lee. She asks him if there was any 'cool way' to ask her to be quiet - to which he suggests bringing a gun

Any advice? As the scene turns to Carrie's shrieking neighbour sitting with a bevy of friends on her stoop, the writer is seen in her home calling her podcast co-star Jackie Nee, played by Bobby Lee. She asks him if there was any 'cool way' to ask her to be quiet - to which he suggests bringing a gun

After asking if she has closed her window, Carrie reveals one of the girls has a laugh that 'defies the sound barrier'. Carrie is seen in bed begging the group to stop before sticking her head out the window and uttering: 'Come on!' - ahead of getting a very hollow apology followed by further noise. 

We are then transported to the Upper East Side, where Charlotte scolds her husband Harry for not wearing his new Oura Ring - which 'tracks Heart Rate, Temperature, Movement and Sleep'. 

He replies: 'Yeah I feel silly wearing a fitness ring babe', with Charlotte responds: 'Well I don't know if you've noticed but men your age have started developing heart problems' - as Harry responds: 'Is this about that baked brie I ordered last weekend?'

Ahem: We are then transported to the Upper East Side, where Charlotte scolds her husband Harry for not wearing his new Oura Ring - which 'tracks Heart Rate, Temperature, Movement and Sleep'

Ahem: We are then transported to the Upper East Side, where Charlotte scolds her husband Harry for not wearing his new Oura Ring - which 'tracks Heart Rate, Temperature, Movement and Sleep'

The reference to heart problems seems to be a nod to Carrie's late husband Big, who passed away in the first episode from a heart attack. His character has since been omitted after actor Chris Noth was hit with allegations of historic sexual assault - which led the three leading ladies to state: 'We stand with the women'. 

After again telling him off - this time for eating Hershey's Kisses she found in the cupboard - Harry agrees to wear the ring, so long as Charlotte 'proposes'. He then says: 'So long as you're down there', while a kneeling, giggling Charlotte states: 'Do you think we have time?!' and begins to unbutton his trousers and perform a sexual favour. 

In this moment - fans see a full frontal image of Harry's penis - in possibly one of Sex And The City's most graphic scenes to date. 

Cheeky! After again telling him off - this time for eating Hershey's Kisses she found in the cupboard - Harry agrees to wear the ring, so long as Charlotte 'proposes'. He then says: 'So long as you're down there'

Cheeky! After again telling him off - this time for eating Hershey's Kisses she found in the cupboard - Harry agrees to wear the ring, so long as Charlotte 'proposes'. He then says: 'So long as you're down there'

Aghh! Their daughter Lily arrives and Charlotte slams the door in her face and says: 'I was checking your dad's penis for cancer' - much to Lily's disgust and upset

Aghh! Their daughter Lily arrives and Charlotte slams the door in her face and says: 'I was checking your dad's penis for cancer' - much to Lily's disgust and upset

Their daughter Lily arrives and Charlotte slams the door in her face and says: 'I was checking your dad's penis for cancer' - much to Lily's disgust and upset.

Carrie is then the focus, as she continues to archive her clothes  with a face mask and heels on. As her door knocks we reveal she is awaiting Lily's arrival: 'Hope you're ready for some heavy lifting Lily' - yet the other side of the door voices: 'It's your downstairs neighbour' - to which Carrie utters 'S**t'. 

The ab-flashing neighbour offers Carrie a gushing apology for her behaviour about the night before. 

Hello... Carrie is then the focus, as she continues to archive her clothes with a face mask and heels on. As her door knocks we reveal she is awaiting Lily's arrival: 'Hope you're ready for some heavy lifting Lily' - yet the other side of the door voices: 'It's your downstairs neighbour' - to which Carrie utters 'S**t'

Hello... Carrie is then the

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