But today, things are different. His reserved communication on relationship issues and Carrie's coping with the ambiguity are frequent plot devices. Big seems to have no real friends, at least in New York. The affair continues until Natasha comes home unexpectedly and discovers Carrie fleeing—half dressed—from the marital apartment.
Big becomes protective and immediately begins climbing the stairs to Aleksandr's room to reprimand him or as he puts it, "kick some Russian ass".
He grew up in Peekshill, in the suburbs of NY, and his father died when he was nine. Natasha is perceived as "the perfect woman" -- in a way that is really offensive to both of the women in question. It was on 54th between Broadway and 8th Avenue, and Jerry lived basically across the street from it.
It does amaze me that the part has lasted in people's entertainment consciousness this long, but it keeps on. She explains that she is moving to Paris with a man that she's in a relationship with. Big and Carrie eventually become close friends.
I was moving on. He has a tendency to take major emotional steps in the relationship more slowly than Carrie, which is depicted as a result of emotional unavailability. Although we see his name in that final shot, Michael Patrick King makes a point in the DVD commentary that we never hear it spoken in the series.
Big and Carrie eventually manage to become friends.
Big takes her to the hospital and stays until the baby is born, hoping to run into Carrie. They arrive at Carrie's apartment late at night and she asks him if he wants to come up. Big and Carrie eventually manage to become friends. She wonders if he has some kind of radar that lets him know she is happy so he can "swoop in and shit all over it.
After he is cut off during his apology, Big attempts to ask Carrie out to dinner. Big attempts to invite Carrie to dinner and drinks in order to apologize for the way he treated her, only to be turned down.