Things you didn't know about 'Sex and the City'

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1.

The show is based on author Candace Bushnell's life in a collection of essays published as Sex and the City.

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2.

Bushnell wrote a sex column for The New York Observer back in the '90s, which was characterized as the fictional New York Star in the show.

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There actually is a real-life Mr. Big. His name is Ron Galotti, and he's a big-time magazine publisher who inspired Bushnell's columns.

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4.

Carrie was supposed to be brunette. But producers changed their mind last minute because Bushnell is blonde.

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5.

The cocktails were fake. SJP admits the cosmos never had any alcohol in them. Instead, they had water, food coloring, or cranberry juice. However, the brunch food was "definitely real."

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6.

Kim Cattrall didn't originally want to play Samantha. She turned down the role twice before being persuaded to take it.

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7.

Matthew McConaughey's role in the season 3 episode "Escape From New York" was originally written for Alec Baldwin. After Baldwin turned it down, it was then offered to George Clooney.

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8.

Parker revealed her agent had to convince her to play Carrie Bradshaw after her concerns about her no-nudity clause and other factors.

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9.

It took a long time for Sex and the City to introduce a non-white love interest on the show.

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