Powell's Blog: Which "Sex and the City" character are you? Here's the right answer for Chris Jericho and everyone else

Posted in: Powell's Blog
By By Jason Powell
Mar 2, 2010 - 04:00 PM

Tuesday, March 2 – 4:00 P.M. (CT)

We're taking a momentary break from the pro wrestling talk to provide a public service announcement in response to the interview our pals at conducted with WWE star Chris Jericho.

Interviewer Jonathan L. Davis asked the reigning World Hvt. Champion "Which 'Sex and the City' character are you?" For those too lazy to click the link above, he answered "Carrie Bradshaw." Much to my surprise, I'm told Carrie is not the super rich lady that JBL married.

As much as I dig most HBO original programming, I've never watched an episode of "Sex and the City" before and I don't intend to start now. I grew up a huge fan of former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway and it's always made me feel slightly uncomfortable knowing that he underwent a sex change operation to play the lead role on "Sex and the City."

What's that? They're not the same person? Who is Sarah Jessica Parker? Why is this the second time in two days that I've mentioned "sex change" shortly after Jericho's name?

That last question is really only important to me and my therapist. This whole "Sex and the City" character question seems to be gaining momentum, though. Although I haven't watched the show, I've heard enough about it from my girlfriend to know that there is an obvious answer to this question that seems to elude most men.

So, guys, in the event that someone jumps out of the shadows in Josh Matthews stalker style and bombards you with this question, here's the easy answer: Mr. Big.

I don't know much about Mr. Big beyond that Chris Noth played the role of this character. Thanks to IMDB, I also learned that Mr. Noth was born in Madison, Wisconsin, meaning there's a better than average chance that this whole acting thing is just to cover up the fact that he's a serial killer (yes, I'm prepared for another round of grammatically challenged hate mail from my neighbors to the east).

Again, I have no idea what Noth's character does on "Sex and the City," but I figure that saying you share traits with a character named Mr. Big will sound really cool in front of the chicks. Let me know how it goes.

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