Chris Noth had a tootin’ good time on Sex and the City.
The 66-year-old actor revealed his favorite episode was season 1’s The Drought, when Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) farts in front of his character, Mr. Big, in bed.
“I insisted on doing the sound to get it right because I’m an expert in farts,” he proudly explained on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
“That was a good one because then she tried to put her head under the covers, and it was like, ‘No, don’t go there, that’s where the trouble is!’”
The Law & Order star also had a soft spot for the season 3 finale when he and Parker took a tumble in the Central Park lake.
“There are so many great moments in the series of comedy, and it was just a blast to do it,” Noth added.
Big, of course, was the on-again, off-again love interest to Parker’s character, Carrie Bradshaw, over the course of the hit show’s six seasons.
The pair were married — after one dashed wedding attempt — in the first movie from 2008.
In 2010s sequel, the pair struggled with married life, but by the end decided to try to make their relationship work.
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In February, Page Six exclusively reported that he will not take part in the upcoming 10-episode revival, called And Just Like That …, though he later hinted on social media that he could make an appearance.
Another cast member who will not be sipping cosmos in the eagerly awaited reboot will be Kim Cattrall, who portrayed libidinous PR maven Samantha Jones. Parker has said there are no plans to replace Cattrall.
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But Carrie’s ex-love interest Aidan Shaw is slated to be part of the revival. Actor John Corbett, who played Aidan, exclusively revealed to Page Six that he expects to be in “quite a few” episodes.
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