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Sex and the City fans watched as all four women found their seemingly perfect matches by the time the show wrapped. Carrie Bradshaw ended up with Mr. Big, while Charlotte York was settled into marital bliss with Harry Goldenblatt. While some fans think Miranda and Steve were relationship goals, there were a few ways that made it clear that they were anything but.
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Miranda Hobbes is a career-minded lawyer with extremely cynical views on relationships and men. As Harvard Law School is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts it is unlikely she yet lived in NYC three hours away, unless she was simply in New York at the time and was friends with Carrie during her last year of college. It is more likely a mistake of the writing. Miranda is from the Philadelphia area, and is Carrie's best friend, confidante, and voice of reason. In the early seasons, she is portrayed also as masculine, but this image softens over the years, particularly after she becomes pregnant by her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Steve Brady, whom she eventually marries. She is also very promiscuous, but is a long way from the promiscuity of Samantha Jones.
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SATC Miranda and Steve
It's no secret that Miranda Hobbes is a fan-favorite character on Sex and the City , and it's fitting that her major relationship on the show is one that fans are known to root for. Although viewers see the snarky and cynical lawyer date a variety of mostly unpleasant Manhattan bachelors, her romance with Steve Brady is easily one of her most important character arcs. The high-powered attorney and the Queens-born bartender's relationship plays out over five seasons and takes on a plethora of forms, from burgeoning partners, awkward exes, and friends to co-parents and newlyweds.
I may make myself some permanent enemies for saying this, but the choice is clear: Steve is the way to go. Aidan is whiny, Big is avoidant, and neither of them give Carrie a fraction of the happiness that Steve gives Miranda even though, in classic Miranda fashion, she tries as hard as she can to deny her feelings for him. How do I love Steve? Let me count the ways.