Cashmere Mafia, Sex and the City producer Darren Starr's attempt at recapturing the magic of the HBO show for network television, premiered last night on ABC. Imagine if Samantha Jones tried having it all instead of having sex with it all, and you have Cashmere Mafia. We don't know if it's the fact that we're not multimillionaires, and don't have kids or office jobs that come with personal assistants, but we found this show beyond ridiculous. And, just like Sex, there are tons of scenes of the female leads drinking and having serious conversations with their boyfriends or husbands in bed. Honestly, for women who probably have to work 12-14 hours a day in order to afford their million-dollar apartments, it seems a little unlikely that there'd be much time for cocktail-swilling and partner pillow-talk, not to mention sex. A montage of the champagne-swilling, above.

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