Sex and the city dating
In "The Real Me", Charlotte tries to set Anthony up with Stanford.
Anthony snubs Stanford, which results in resentment and competition ensues for the entire show run.
However, in the first film, the two are seen kissing at a New Year's Eve party, and later on in the sequel they get married.
Candace Bushnell will never be as famous as her alter ego, Carrie Bradshaw.
Even when one of Carrie's most ridiculed aphorisms from the show, "I couldn't help but wonder", makes an appearance, you can't help but wonder what you've been doing without Bushnell's voice for all these years. In her 50s, Bushnell navigates the dating scene much like she did in her 30s, trading in tribes and archetypes, such as "cubs" - young men who romantically pursue older women. " she asks with that teasing Carrie Bradshaw style.
She has written eight books since, two of which were also adapted for TV, but Sex and the City remains Bushnell's most feted accomplishment.
But a lot has changed since Candace was running around Manhattan in her Manolos.
After finding fame and success through the show, Bushnell married professional dancer Charles Askegard, who was 10 years her junior.
"I swear every Sex and the City fan account has at least 200,000 followers," the author says.
"I have 20,000." It's been 21 years since Bushnell's dating column in the New York Observer spawned one of the most adored franchises in modern memory.