The Carrie Diaries: Season 1, Episode 11 :: Identity Crisis
This week on The Carrie Diaries (Season 1, Episode 11), Carrie poses as Larissa in order to deliver an important package. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Identity Crisis,” which aired on March 25th, 2013, to discover what you missed.
Walt, Carrie and Bennet Courtesy of the CW
Carrie Dodges An Angry Woman Courtesy of the CW
Carrie Bradshaw Courtesy of the CW
It's Spring Break and Carrie is excited to work full time at Interview Magazine in the hopes that Larissa will hire her for a full-time position in the summer. But on her first day, Andy Warhol's assistant requests that Larissa, and only Larissa, collect an important package and deliver it to Andy before the end of the day. Carrie assures him that Larissa will jump on that as soon as she arrives to work. There's only one problem: Larissa doesn't show up for work that day.
Carrie is forced to take matters into her own hands or risk losing her chance at a summer job. So she goes to collect the package herself, posing as Larissa. Things are going smoothly, and she even gets to try on the store's new fall line, until the girl delivering the package tries to kill her. It turns out that Larissa was sleeping with this woman's boyfriend and now she wants her revenge. Carrie admits that she's not really Larissa, and escapes unscathed when the angry woman winds up tangled in a rack of clothing.
Carrie, Walt and Bennet head to the address given by Andy's assistant - an address to a secret underground club. The bouncer knows that Carrie isn't Larissa, so her attempt to fool him doesn't work. So she tells him the truth - that they have an important package (which turns out to be Andy Warhol's wig!) - and she passes it onto his assistant, saving her, and potentially Larissa's, job. Afterwards, Walt shares with Carrie his confused feelings about possibly being gay.
Meanwhile, Sebastian and Maggie see Carrie's dad making out with a woman in a parked car, a woman he met in meditation class. Sebastian is dealing with his own issues at home now that his parents are trying to get back together. Unfortunately, his mother treats him like her confidant, and puts him in the middle of their fights. And Mouse, who is stirring up drama as the basketball team's manager, gets fired from her position. But that might not be a bad thing. It looks like her biggest competition for Harvard - West - might be interested in her romantically.
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