I saw this article on BuzzFeed recently about the "25 of the Worst Main Characters From TV Shows" and in addition to Piper Chapman, Walter White, and Dan Humphrey (and I would add Lucas Scott to my personal list) the two main characters from Girls and Sex and the City also made the list. According to BuzzFeed and their users, both Hannah Horvatt and Carrie Bradshaw are annoying, self-centered, and needy women and I began to wonder if this is what our TV representations of women have become? According to Angela McRobbie, post-feminism is defined as the process in which the feminist accomplishments of the 1979 and 1980s have “come to be undermined” (255). McRobbie continues by saying: “[post-feminism] proposes that through an array of mechanisms, elements of contemporary popular culture are perniciously effective in regard to this undoing of feminism, while simultaneously appearing to be engaging in a well-informed and even well-intentioned response to feminism” (255). If we look at these two characters it is easy to see them as well-rounded and accomplished women. They are both college-educated, are actively pursuing their careers, and are sexually liberated individuals. However, upon closer examination, do either of them really exemplify a completely positive representation of a modern woman? I know I have quite the soft spot for Carrier, or at least Carrie’s closet, but upon closer consideration I would have to say probably not. Each woman has her moments as a well-rounded individual and are in ways representative of current women, but overall their flaws tend to outweigh their positive attributes therefore not fully allowing them so serve as positive representations of female characters.