And Just Like That fans notice a similarity between the Miranda scene and the SATC Carrie scene

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And just like that fans noticed a huge similarity between a Carrie Bradshaw scene in sex and the city and a Miranda Hobbes moment in the new reboot. Surely that was intentional?!

In case you haven’t noticed, the internet is absolutely obsessed with both SATC and AJLT. Whether it’s watching it, reading it, sharing your reactions on social networks… Everyone can’t get enough of it.

Perhaps that’s why fans were quick to notice a strong similarity between an original story by Carrie Bradshaw and a plot by Miranda Hobbes in the reboot. Back in the sex and the city days, you might recall season six episode 18, “Splat,” when Miranda was incredibly judgmental of Carrie for leaving her column to move to Paris with Aleksandr Petrovsky.

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But how the roles have turned: in the last episode of And just like that, Miranda tells Carrie that she is turning down a sought-after legal internship, to move to Los Angeles and follow Che Diaz.

The resemblance is disturbing. As one Twitter user put it, “Miranda going to LA to be an accomplice to Che after being so hard on Carrie when she went to Paris for Petrovsky is exactly why people take issue with this series. #AndJustLikeThat.”

and just like that fans spot the similarity between miranda and satc carrie scenes

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Someone else added, “Has everyone just forgotten all the shit Carrie got dumped on her when she wanted to go to Paris with Petrovsky? Not a fan of Miranda these last few episodes of #AndJustLikeThat, I have to say.”

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It had to be intentional… right?

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