Miranda dates rising playwright Thomas John Andersen, whose only flaw is he needs to shower immediately after sex, which he blames on nun teachers; her saying sex is not sinful gets her thrown out forever. Carrie observes churches draw classy dressers, as her Mr. Big, an atheist who takes his Presbyterian mother every Sunday and won't invite Carrie along. Samantha startles telling she's in love with jazz-loving lawyer James, without having had sex; when they finally do, she can't even feel his tiny cock, she's shattered and hates herself for it. Charlotte consults psychic card layer Noanie Stein who sees no marriage for her, so she tries Santeria, where she's told that's curable for 300 dollars. When Carrie spies on them with Miranda, Big is not amused, she desperate that he introduces her as just a friend. Stanford invites everyone, even Skipper, to the gay disco club presentation of the new fragrance Fallen Angel and his boyfriend Allanne, the bottle designer. Carrie expresses her doubts when Big comes pick her up for a holiday trip, couple canceled.
The title is a reference to the hymn tune attributed to English hymnist John Francis Wade "O Come, All Ye Faithful" (Adeste Fideles) translated by the English Roman Catholic priest Frederick Oakeley.
• Pilot • Lie with Me • Read Before Use • Fright Night • Dangerous Territory • Endgame • Caught • Hush Hush • The Great Unknown • The Long and Winding Road Not Taken • Identity Crisis • A First Time for Everything • Kiss Yesterday Goodbye •
• Win Some, Lose Some • Express Yourself • Strings Attached • Borderline • Too Close for Comfort • The Safety Dance • I Heard a Rumor • The Second Time Around • Under Pressure • Date Expectations • Hungry Like the Wolf • This Is the Time • Run to You •