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Dude, Where'd my Friday Night Go?

We’re putting this in the improving relationships category because we figured that many a skirmish broke out over the weekend over the “to go or not to go” question around "Sex and the City." We just wanted to tell all the fellas that if you have to go, IT’S NOT THAT BAD!

As one Los Angeles Times reporter pointed out, the show has always had very witty writing that appeals to any sex and, for those of you looking for some insight into the secret lives of women, if you want a closer look than this, you’re going to need a microscope. Also, if you’re looking to impress a new date, invite her out to the movie and take her for beer and chicken wings afterwards.

Guys—how did you like the flick? [Los Angeles Times]

Posted: 6/2/08