Remember when we said we wouldn't talk about Sex and the City anymore? Obviously, we were full of shit. (As evidenced by this post and its predecessor.) On Friday night, Sarah Jessica Parker and writer Michael Patrick King appeared on Charlie Rose talking about the myriad magazine covers with the SATC stars' visages slapped on 'em. They were thrilled to pieces about the Vogue cover, delighted about the New York Magazine spread, but they were distinctly displeased about the Time Out New York cover depicting Carrie and the girls with duct tape on their mouths. Michael Patrick points out that no one was putting duct tape over Harrison Ford's mouth when he was doing scads of press for Indiana Jones. "Is it really that Sex and the City should shut up, or that women should shut up?" King wonders. Is the cover really sexist, or are King and Parker just upset about bad press?