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How And Just Like That addresses Willie Garson’s absence from the show

How And Just Like That addresses Willie Garson’s absence from the show
***This story contains spoilers about episode four***

ウィリー・ガーソン’s absence from Sex and the City’s リバイバルシリーズ そしてちょうどそのようにhas been explained with a new plot twist in the show.

The 57-year-old actor, who played Stanford Blatch, キャリーブラッドショー’s close friend, in the original series, died of pancreatic cancer in September this year.

Garson was present to shoot the first three episodes of the new series, after which the showrunners revealed a new storyline to address the actor’s absence from the show.

***Spoilers below***

In episode four, which dropped on HBO Max on Thursday (3 12月), Carrie was in her old apartment after selling the house she shared with her late husband Mr. 大 (played by Chris Noth).

While she was there, she spotted an envelope by Stanford on her bed. It was later revealed to be a goodbye letter from him.

Willie Garson and Sarah Jessica Parker as Stanford and Carrie on ‘Sex and the City

“Dearest Carrie, by the time you read this I’ll be in Tokyo,」読んだ手紙. “I couldn’t tell you — not without crying. And you have had enough crying.”

In the next scene, Carrie was seen smoking when Stanford’s husband Anthony Marentino (played by Mario Cantone) ran into the room.

“You’re smoking?” Anthony said, dramatically.

“Stanford’s in Japan?” Carrie responded.

“That’s Ashley,” Anthony explained. “The 17-year-old Long Island TikTok star he manages. She’s huge in Asia. She asked him to go on tour with her. I do not get her, but then I’m old, ゲイ, and not Japanese.”

“Well fine, good, sayonara,” Carrie sad “But why the dramatic note? ‘By the time you read this, I’ll be in Tokyo.’ Who is he, the lost Bronte sister?」

今月上旬, the series showrunner Michael Patrick King confirmed to ニューヨークタイムズ それ Garson’s death will not be written into the show.

王, who was an executive producer on Sex And The City, 前記: “Because it wasn’t charming. And I knew that the audience would know.”