Barkley was the season one modelizer who enjoyed filming women during sex. But Samantha was more than ready for her close-up. She was stoked that Barkley considered her "model-y" enough to bang — but then Barkley told Sam mid-fuck that his hidden camera was turned off because she's "not a model" and therefore not worth filming. You'd think she'd want to break in her new apartment with a sexy suitor — but nope, the queen was distracted by her missing period. But just before they were about to do the deed, Aunt Flo suddenly made her return.
And once Samantha got her period, she bolted. Len was thankfully a failed fuck. Harvey" can stay in season two where he belongs. HBO A total season-two sleazeball, William carelessly threw around the "we" word to get Samantha into bed.
He stood her up at a restaurant after sleeping with her, and as a result, Samantha found herself desperately kissing her waiter. His claim to fame?
Breaking Sam's not-so-fragile heart. Samantha decided to teach Dominic a "lesson" for leaving her, but it backfired. Samantha needed to say goodbye to Dominic and never look back. HBO In season one, Samantha was perfectly content with her role as "the other woman" Sam was probably more turned on by that honker of a cell phone than the thought of Ken's unhappy wife joining them in the sack. HBO Twentysomething Jon was the type of loser fans could only tolerate in season one.
He earned the coveted title of Samantha's young lover, but he blew the honor by commenting on her neck wrinkles.
HBO Is there anything more sleazy than stealing a Manhattanite's cab? Actually, yes — The only thing tackier than being a taxi thief is rudely asking your intimate partner to shave her pubes.
Brad of season four did both. HBO Dick Cranwell was a fun season-two hookup for Samantha — until his wife found out about their affair. His pissed-off wife set out to ruin Samantha's reputation, and Dick didn't really do anything about it.