Unless you've been living without any technology or access to tabloids, the odds are that you've heard of the Sex and the City reboot, And Just Like That... And while fans of the once ground-breaking show couldn't wait another second for the highly-anticipated premiere, some were left disappointed, to say the least. But lucky for us, that means there's now plenty of LOL-worthy content on the Twitterverse.
The famous trio is back on our screens - and yes, with Samantha's absence, the SATC gals are a trio for now. And the foul-mouthed character isn't the only familiar face who we shouldn't expect to see in And Just Like That... Warning: big spoilers contained in the following sentence. Carrie Bradshaw's main love interest and now-husband, Mr. Big, passes away in the show's first episode. And it's not the why but the how that's got fans - and Twitter - in an uproar.
John's last scene showed him working out on his Peloton before later passing away of a heart attack in the shower. And the exercise equipment company already saw a fall in their stocks thanks to the reboot. That's right - a fictional character just influenced the stock market. As one Twitter user wrote, "Nothing funnier than Peloton stock crashing bc of a scene in a tv show everything is meaningless."
And while we send our condolences to Peloton, we can't help but be grateful for the hilarious content it's provided us. The meme above is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Twitter's reactions.
One Tweeter even suggested Peloton take this opportunity to have a "BIG" sale - pun completely intended - adding that, "Sorry but all publicity is good publicity swee-tie." TBH, Meech is not wrong.
Peloton should drop its prices 20% this week and have a “BIG” sale sksksksk— Meech (@MediumSizeMeech) December 10, 2021
And others used the reboot episode as a chance to justify not having exercised since the summer. We feel you, Rose. You are not alone.
This is why I haven’t used my peloton since august— Rose Dommu (@rosedommu) December 10, 2021
But the reaction that takes the cake is hands-down Jonah Hill's. The actor shared his thoughts on Instagram, but we forgive him for it. "Why didn't Carrie call 911 immediately?!" he wrote. Stay tuned to find out if we ever get an answer to that burning question.