Fans have had it with this And Just Like That storyline

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A lot has happened since Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte returned to screens in Sex And The City spin off And Just Like That. From the Miranda and Steve scandal to Samantha Jones' dramatic exit (and Kim Cattrall's shady Twitter behaviour), there's a lot to unpack. But, in and amongst all the actual drama, there's one element of the new series that is getting on fans' nerves quite a lot.

As you'll remember, during episode 2 Miranda ends up meeting Carrie's boss Che Diaz, after she spots them smoking a spliff with her son Brady and hits the roof. Later Carrie introduces Che to Miranda as her boss at the podcast, but despite the initial awkwardness, the pair quickly strike up a connection as Che jokingly calls Miranda 'Rambo' thanks to her very on-it parenting style.

Photo credit: HBO
Photo credit: HBO

As the series goes on Miranda's attraction to Che becomes more and more obvious. In one episode, after Carrie and Charlotte decide not to go to the afterparty at Che's show, Miranda pretends she's waiting for an Uber before heading back inside to find them.

Clearly Miranda is in pretty deep, and in numerous scenes we see her hesitantly flirting with Che (remember, Miranda is still married to Steve), calling or texting her and always opening by referring to herself as Rambo, as Che did when they first met. Well, it looks like fans may have had just about enough of this chat with lots of them taking to Twitter to ask (beg) Miranda to just stop it, once and for all.

Look we get it, but maybe time to make the most of it since it's too late to change anything now. Time for a spot of Miranda-refers-to-herself-as-Rambo bingo?

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