To some viewers, her lack of shoe-shopping self-control and overall seemingly immature spending might be a flaw,[ citation needed ]and her money management misadventures follow her through a few episodes. As seen in episode 8 of season 6, the New York Times wedding announcement of her and Harry's marriage indicates that Charlotte is a writer and editor for Fashions Magazine, but as this fact is not mentioned at any other time in the series or subsequent movies, it is possible it is merely a prop error- the rest of the newspaper has paragraphs taken from Big and Natasha's wedding announcement in Season 3. In its six-season run, it became one of HBO's first big successes as a network. In , Glamour magazine called Carrie "the worst" character on the show, saying that "her brattiness and self-absorption eclipsed her redeeming qualities and even her awesome shoes. She then meets a man whose penis is too big even for her. Despite her initial misgivings, she accepts his marriage proposal but then becomes panicked and feels suffocated by the relationship, and realizes he still does not fully trust her, given her past affair with Big, and they break up for good. Charlotte subsequently marries her divorce lawyer, Harry Goldenblatt , a man who seems the antithesis of all of the qualities she had decided her perfect man would have he is short, bald and has a very hairy back , but who actually ends up being a funny, devoted partner. After some time, Charlotte finds she has not been able to get pregnant, and discovers that she has some fertility problems. He sweeps her off her feet with huge romantic gestures and shows her the foreign pockets of New York that she has never seen before. She often goes on shopping sprees, and pays much attention to her evolving and bold dress style, which is not fettered by professional dress codes. But when you're talking about something that's tapping into an idea of New York City that has no realistic notions of the economics of the city, then it actually does begin to implicate different ideas about why is this the idea of Manhattan that's more sparkly for people and more kind of appealing but not having any basis in reality? It does feel a little painful to go back and listen to some of the stuff now laughter. A book tour lands her in San Francisco, where she reunites briefly with Big. Well, even though "Sex And The City" felt very contemporary at the time, it's dealing with a lot of really classic archetypes. The two divorce because there is no way for them to get what they want from the marriage. After they break up, Miranda sees him with another woman and feels compelled to resume their relationship, but they again break up when he wants exclusivity and she does not. The show has also been nominated for 24 Golden Globe Awards , and won eight.