One of my friends is writing a book about the way many guys now-a-days never grow up. He is calling it "Men to Boys" and he talks about how so many guys in their 20's-30's still live at their parents, play video games, and avoid commitments like marraige. He mentions Seinfeld and Friends as potential representations of "realistic" single life but says that Sex in the City is definitely NOT realistic at all. Now I know that the LIFESTYLES on sitc are too lavish to be real for most people. But the way that RELATIONSHIPS operated on that show actually seemed somewhat realistic to me. All of their dramas and dillemmas seemed pretty genuine. That's one reason why I think it's such a classic -- because it really does capture the singles scene today in all its glory and ambiguity. Anyway, what do you guys think?