As we all know, despite every indication that Mr. Big was an emotionally unavailable commitment-phobe and that Aidan was the sweetest, most perfect guy ever , Carrie Bradshaw still somehow ends up with John James Preston at the close of the hit HBO show—a bittersweet if not frustrating moment for us all. The independent single girl whose wardrobe we lusted after and whose struggles we related to abandons her single life, ignores the red flags, and gets back together with the guy who's been the source of endless heartache and game-playing for the better part of a decade. And yet, we're supposed to be happy for her questionable relationship choice and trust it'll all work out because, you know, happily ever after?
Ron Galotti: Meet the man who inspired Sex and the City's Mr Big
John James "Mr. He is the primary on-and-off love interest of the series' protagonist, Carrie Bradshaw , who usually refers to him as "Big". According to accounts in the press, the Mr. Bushnell told New York Magazine in , "He was one of those New York guys with a big personality—you just notice him as soon as he walks in the room," and "I called him Mr.
‘Sex and the City’: Was Mr. Big Just Terribly Misunderstood?
But today, things are different. When it comes to Mr. Big, there are quite a few things about the character that have aged very poorly.
Big treated Carrie time and time again. Was Mr. Big that bad, though?