The four leading ladies of “Sex and the City” certainly filmed their share of steamy, bizarre and sometimes questionable sex scenes, but Kristin Davis hates one raunchy romp from the hit show in particular.
The actress who played Charlotte York on the HBO series says that one scene filmed almost 20 years ago still sticks in her mind in a negative way.
During an appearance on Monday’s “Watch What Happens Live,” host Andy Cohen plays a game called “Sex and the Gritty” with the 54-year-old and asks her some softball questions, including which character’s wardrobe is the least desirable. Davis answers that the ultra-sexy clothes of Samantha Jones (played by Kim Cattrall) would not make it into her dream closet.
Cohen also asks about her favorite and least favorite Charlotte storylines, and Davis didn’t mince words about filming a very awkward sex scene in Season 3.
“I have a least favorite,” she says. “OK, there was this one time where this guy I’m having sex with had to shout ‘Bitch!’ Whore!’ in my face.”
In the episode “Are We Sluts?” which aired in 2000, Charlotte finds the ultimate gentleman that meets all of her dating criteria — that is, until they reach the bedroom when he utters the words that shock prim, proper and prudish Charlotte — and Davis in real life.
“I really, really hated it. I hated it so much,” Davis tells Cohen.
The actress also gets the ultimate surprise thanks to Cohen, who invites co-star Sarah Jessica Parker to ask a question that involves food they always ate on the set of “Sex and the City 2.”
Davis, who is promoting her new Netflix movie “Holiday in the Wild,” also weighed in on the oft-argued Mr. Big versus Aidan debate regarding who was a better match for Parker’s character Carrie Bradshaw.
“I love John Corbett so, so much,” she says of the actor who played Aidan, “but I do think she was meant for Big.”
Later in the interview, Davis also weighs in on her thoughts about a third “SATC” movie, which Parker has publicly shot down.
“I’m a hopeful person, obviously, and I have a whole, rich imagination,” Davis tells Cohen. “I have all different fantasies, Andy. I have a whole short movie planned.”