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And Just Like That Season 2 Episode 10 Recap: “The Last Supper Part One: Appetizer”

In episode 10 of season 2 of “And Just Like That,” we see familiar themes of love, sorrow, and the messy stuff of modern love drama played out again. When Carrie Bradshaw and Aidan Shaw prepare to live together again, it brings up memories of their first gig as roomies in the early seasons of “Sex and the City.”

In a year when conversations about who’s supposed to do what and what culture wants have been prevalent, this episode’s low-key feedback on old-school guy vibes serves as a reminder that the fight for being equal and doing your own thing remains even in wealthy circles. The digging into love, identity, and development in “And Just Like That” comes from the characters’ adventures, continuing to represent the tangled situations and troubles of everyday love stories.

What Happened In And Just Like That Season 2 Episode 10?

And Just Like That Season 2 Episode 10 Recap
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“The Last Supper Part One: Appetizer” starts when Aidan and Carrie go to Coney Island to check out Steve’s new ice cream, cotton candy, and beer stand. He says that after his relationship with Miranda broke down, he came here often since it reminded him of the good old days. While Carrie and Steve are talking, Aidan gets a call from his son Wyatt, who is unhappy with his mom’s rules and begs him to return home.

However, Aidan has come to New York for two days to chill with Carrie, and he politely but firmly declines. Freaking out a bit, Seema (Sarita Choudhury) spills her feelings for Marvel dude Ravi Gordi during an intimate encounter. Even though he assures her that he feels the same way, she starts to worry about how casually she expresses her feelings.

Seema, who has never really said she’s been head over heels, appears troubled by this and quickly shares her worries with Carrie. No one knows what the future holds, but for now, it’s clear that Seema has found something dope, and she should totally enjoy it. Charlotte’s regular customers, Sam Smith and Jeffrey, make cameo visits. Though her squad encouraged her to go back into the workforce at first, they have unintentionally reverted to depending on her only in that capacity.

Charlotte and her coworkers go out to eat after she closes a transaction with Sam Smith and Jeffrey. Charlotte is quite inebriated when she comes home to be questioned by her children and Harry about where she has been. When Anthony refuses to play the role of “woman” during their sleep, it brings up a generational divide between him and Giuseppe.

Miranda excels in her new position and even goes to the United Nations with her employer, much to the chagrin of her other interns. Che’s shaky efforts to reconstruct their lives go on. They are offered an opportunity to play in a local club, but they aren’t too enthusiastic about it. Personal stuff and seeing their old performances from when they identified as a woman are additional things bugging them.

When Che is out with his squad, he often makes jokes about his girlfriend Miranda. Their digs are raw, unwarranted, and unsurprising. Che has no idea that Miranda, Aidan, and Carrie are in the crowd, so with each dig, she is subjected to a new round of agony. After a while, she leaves because she can’t handle it any longer. Che happens to notice her, which throws off their usual vibe.

When Miranda leaves, they end up running into each other for the first time since breaking up. Che says they were gonna chat when Miranda wants to know why they weren’t. In the previous episode, Lisa learns out she is pregnant. As PBS has agreed to turn her documentary into a ten-part series, she is concerned that she is pregnant at the worst possible moment, as she has no clue how she will have a baby and make a TV show at the same time.

Charlotte and Herbert reassure her, saying they have faith in her ability to juggle both, but Lisa has her concerns. She eventually places the responsibility on Herbert, saying that he ignored her requests that he get the snip-snip. He says he figured she could have a change of heart in the postpartum time because of this. Lisa rejects Herbert’s idea that she end the pregnancy despite his hint.

Lisa wakes Herbert up later that night to tell him she has a bloody nose. Herbert gets the serious vibes of the situation and advises that they hit the ER. Lisa concurs but adds, “it might be too late,” implying that she may have lost the baby. Aidan’s ex-wife, Kathy, drops some heavy news at the end. Wyatt had a wreck in Aidan’s car. This causes him to rush back home.

Sometime later, he calls Carrie and breaks down, sharing that Wyatt hit the sauce, borrowed his car, and tried to drive to his mom’s but crashed. And now he’s messed up and in the hospital. As Carrie hears Aidan losing it, she knows stuff is about to get real. Even if things with her and Aidan are all good, she gets that his kids are his top priority.

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