Samantha has to be pulled away by her fearful friends.
She is outspoken and a self-proclaimed "try-sexual" (meaning she'll try anything at least once).She is portrayed as brash, straightforward, highly protective of her friends and unafraid of confrontation.She also displays nonchalance toward dating and monogamy and becomes uncomfortable whenever her sexual relationships take an emotional turn. It is known that she came from a working class background, and she spent most of her teenage years selling Dilly bars at Dairy Queen to earn pocket money.Season 3 implies that she has at least two siblings, when she mentions that at her age, her mother "was saddled with three kids and a drunk husband".Dante's escapades reminds Samantha of her sexually free past and he could be considered the male version of Samantha.
While she remains faithful to Smith, she finds herself questioning whether or not her strained relationship with him should be continued as she simultaneously uses food as an outlet for her sexual desires for Dante, flagrantly gaining weight in the later stages of the movie. Samantha, realizing her true unhappiness, breaks up with Smith.
With the Sheik's intervention Samantha is released, leaving her with a permanent police record.
The PR meeting is cancelled, and their luxurious perks are no longer paid for.
Samantha Jones, is one of four single friends portrayed in the series, a public relations worker who is a proud, confident, highly sexual woman.
Most of her story lines revolve around the frequent sex and brief affairs she has.
Samantha seemingly returns to reside New York City.