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Here's Berger from Sex and the City recreating THAT infamous post-it breakup

SATC fans: Get ready to rage all over again.

ASK ANY SEX and the City fan if they remember Berger, and they’ll probably snarl: “Yeah. Him.”

Berger was one of Carrie’s least-liked boyfriends (by god, were there many) – the one who notoriously broke up with her via a post-it note that read:

I’m sorry. I can’t. Don’t hate me.

break-up-post-it Source: PrettyMayhem

Grrr.

Ron Livingston, who played Berger on the show, was at the Sundance Film Festival last weekend to promote his new film, the David Foster Wallace biopic The End of the Tour.

There he bumped into Cosmopolitan writer Charlotte Palermino, and kindly agreed to recreate the post-it note breakup.

gallery_nrm_1422287270-img_0053 Source: Cosmopolitan/Charlotte Palermino

The legend. We can’t hate him.

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