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Drew Barrymore On Berger’s Post It Note Breakup On ‘Sex And The City’ – Hollywood Life

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Drew Barrymore as soon as revealed why she supported Berger’s notorious Submit-it breakup on Intercourse and the Metropolis. That’s in line with director Michael Patrick King, who recalled her phrases on the Thursday, July 27 episode of the And Simply Like That… The Author’s Room podcast. “Can I just say one thing?” he recalled the star saying as she arrived on set for a visitor look on AJLT. “Everybody looked at her and she said, ‘Maybe Berger had it right. If you’re gonna break up with someone, just say, I’m sorry, I can’t. Don’t hate me. Don’t drag them through weeks of indecision.’ She was like, ‘I just want to say, as painful as it was, maybe Berger was an emoji.’”

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Drew is a self confession ‘Sex and the City’ fan. (Broadimage/Shutterstock)

Michael continued, “And then we went as far as to say there should be a Post-It emoji that says ‘I’m sorry, I can’t. Don’t hate me’ that people could just send.” Followers will recall that Drew’s feedback confer with the 2003 episode of SATC by which Carrie Bradshaw, performed by Sarah Jessica Parker, was dumped by Jack Berger, performed by Ron Livingston, through Submit-it be aware.

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Ron Livingston and Sarah Jessica Parker on the set of ‘Intercourse and the Metropolis (Erik Pendzich/Shutterstock)

Drew’s involvement with the present’s follow-up, by which she performs herself, wouldn’t come as a shock to followers — she’s admitted previously what an affect Intercourse and the Metropolis had on her life. Throughout an interview on The Drew Barrymore Present with Kristin Davis, she opened up about its impression. “You have been such a part of our lives, and I don’t know what a lot of my life would be without it,” she gushed throughout the emotional dialog. “It’s so much more than a show, it’s our growing up. It’s our development. It’s our cultural references.”

The 50 First Dates star even admitted she quotes the present on the every day. “I mean, I will quote the show every day of my life,” she shared.

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