The stars of “Sex and the City” held a reunion of sorts to thank health-care workers on the front line in New York.
The leading ladies from the iconic show called into the podcast “The Bradshaw Boys” — produced by three Brooklyn guys who describe themselves as “three relatively grown men watching ‘Sex and the City’ for the first time (mostly)” — after learning that Meghan Daly, an anesthesiology resident at New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell, was tuning in on her walk to work.
Sarah Jessica Parker said in a message to Daly, “I don’t think we imagined we’d ever be asking this of our medical community, and I don’t know how to thank you enough.”
Cynthia Nixon said, “I know how amazing your hospital is, you saved my mother’s life when she had a heart attack in 2001. Thank you so much for what you are doing, I hear your husband is also an ER doctor, you are our heroes right now.”
Kristin Davis said, “We know it is really difficult and it means so much to all of us that you are on the front lines.”
Kim Cattrall added, “Without you we couldn’t keep going … we are with you, we love you.”
The episode — titled “I Heart NY Medical Workers,” a riff on the Season 4 “SATC” finale called “I Heart NY” that was a dedication to the city post-9/11 — also featured messages dedicated to Daly and other medical workers from more “SATC” stars, including Mario Cantone (Anthony), Ben Weber (Skipper), Willie Garson (Stanford), David Eigenberg (Steve) and writer/film director Michael Patrick King.