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Best and Most Relatable Tweets & Memes About Netflix’s ‘Emily in Paris’




Emily in Paris was one of the most highly-anticipated premieres of the fall that fell flatter than a flat white. 

No amount of neck scarves, baguettes, and wine could save the show from being completely torn apart and trolled by critics and social media users. 

It’s a polarizing show that’s further divided an already split nation.

The reaction isn’t surprising considering how high the bar (not barre) was set. Darren Star, the show-runner, has given us pop culture staples like Younger and Sex and the City and yet, Emily in Paris is flawed with an unbelievable premise, bad social media marketing skills, and filled with American cliches.

While that may not necessarily be a good thing if you’re measuring the success of a show, the social media buzz it’s drawn up — and the memes and hilarious tweets that followed — has been nothing short of 2020’s silver lining. 

The show may be bad, but it’s so bad, we’re all addicted and craving. It’s light, fluffy, and a visual representation of everyone’s Parisian fantasy.

And let’s be honest, Emily’s life is plus chic in a way our quarantine life could never! 

There’s also a few silver linings: the fashion, Ashley Park as the witty Mindy Chen, and Gabriel’s eyes. 

You can read our review of the series here and check out the funniest tweets and memes below:

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6 Biggest Moments From ‘Emily in Paris’ Season 2



 Netflix gave us an early Christmas present this holiday season when it delivered Emily in Paris Season 2 all wrapped up in a pretty bow on December 22.

The new season followed the bubbly and gauche American with lovely tresses and a wardrobe that absolutely will never fit into that studio apartment of hers through her French escapades, which included parties in St. Tropez, champagne showers, and a lot of complicated relationships. 

Here are the biggest moments from the second season:

‘Emily in Paris’ Season 2 Review – Emily Cooper Is So Bad, But So Good for Her Own Brand

Camille Found Out About Emily and Gabriel’s Hook-Up 

Raise your hand if you thought it was really shady that Emily lied to Camille about hooking up with her boyfriend Gabriel?

While Emily felt terrible about it, and she likely thought it was a one-time thing since he was moving to Normandy, that didn’t change the fact that what she did was a huge betrayal of trust. When she realized that Gabriel was staying, she should’ve come clean immediately, especially when a heartbroken Camille confided in her.

Camille deserved better. She was one of Emily’s first and most genuine friends in Paris, so Emily should’ve paid back her kindness by telling her the truth.

If Emily was bold enough to sleep with Camille’s boyfriend, she should’ve been brave enough to come clean.

Instead, Camille had to piece it all together. She found out about Emily’s affair from Mathieu, and when she saw the frying pan in Emily’s apartment with Gabriel’s initials on it, she realized that the other woman was her best friend this whole time. 

And you can’t blame her for publicly calling them out via a champagne toast at Emily’s birthday dinner or dumping the frying pan in the toilet.

Up until this point, I was team Camille. And she would have been best off by simply kicking both Emily and Gabriel to the curb. 

The truth is, Emily and Gabriel never meant to hurt Camille. Their relationship just sort of happened. And if Emily had come clean about it, Camille likely would’ve understood that it was an “in the moment” situation, but the fact that they both kept it a secret from her made it that much worse. 

Camille should’ve just went on with her life, however, she realized she still had feelings for Gabrielle, so she came up with some kind of revenge plot to get back at Emily and win him back,  simultaneously. 

When she reached out to Emily to make amends, they made a pact that neither one of them would pursue Gabriel romantically, but the whole thing felt off, and you just knew that Camille was going to use this to blindside Emily. 

Sylvie is Married

Sylvia has been quite the enigma, which is part of what makes her character so great, but this season, we got to know her on a deeper level. She was a photographer in her past life… oh, and she’s married. Surprise!

While that was quite a shocker to both Emily and the audience, it was an even bigger revelation to her latest romantic interest, a younger photographer named Eric (not her son!). 

Sylvie and her husband co-owned a restaurant in St. Tropez, but by the end of the season, he bought her half of the restaurant and became its sole owner.

And Sylvie used that money to start her own marketing agency! 


Madeline in Paris

But before we get to that, we have to address the other American in Paris — a very pregnant Madeline who was the depiction of a stereotypical American. Even Emily wasn’t this bad! 

Madeline and Sylvie are two headstrong women who butted heads almost immediately. 

Madeline came to Paris with a vengeance as she immediately started interjecting her opinion and trying to do things her way. Americans think they always know best. And in this case, Madeline was basically trying to teach the French about their culture, which was never going to pan out well. 

She suggested that the team poach Gregory, a rival fashion designer, whose agency dropped him ahead of his major fashion show at the Versaille. Sylvie informed Madeline that it wouldn’t sit well with their high-profile client, Pierre, but Madeline insisted.

The show went off without a hitch, and Pierre and Gregory even buried the hatchet, but the post-show was a different story. 

Madeline was shocked when Pierre explained that his French fashion house needed an agency that understands what it means to be French, and Savoir, owned by a huge American conglomerate, was no longer that. He revealed that he was dropping them as an agency. When Madeline confronted Sylvie, she explained that she had done exactly what was asked of her. Madeline threatened to drag Sylvie to Chicago for a corporate review, but Sylvie beat her to the punch when she informed her that she resigned.

And not only that, but she was taking the team — Julien, Luc, and all of Savoir — with her!

With the money from her the aforementioned half of the restaurant, she had enough to open up her own independent agency. And who wouldn’t sign with them? Half of their previous clients agreed to follow them because everyone knows they are the best in the biz.

Madeline tried to spin this as a good thing, but the only head that will be served on a platter to the corporate team in Chicago will be her own. 

I love how bold Sylvie was with her decision because she absolutely understood her worth. She also propositioned Emily to join the team and stay in Paris just a bit longer! 

What will Emily do? Paris has changed Emily. She doesn’t vibe with Madeline anymore, and her loyalty is to Sylvie. 

However, much of her decision still hinges on her love life! 

Emily and Alfie

Emily in Paris Season 1 may have ended with Emily and Gabriel, but he wasn’t going to be the only man in her life. This is Paris, the city of love, after all. 

Emily and Alfie met in French class, but they didn’t hit it off right away. They both seemed to resent each other, which meant that they would eventually end up in bed together. There’s a fine line between hate and love.

Once they admitted their feelings for each other, a relationship blossomed. And being with Alfie helped Emily keep her mind off of Gabriel. 

Alfie was also pretty perfect — he was hot, a banker, spoke English, and really liked Emily. 

Things with Alfie were easy. But they always say that what comes easy is never worth it. 

When Alfie informed Emily that his assignment in Paris had ended and he was on his way back to England, he suggested that they embrace a long-distance relationship. 

However, Emily wasn’t sold. Why? Gabriel, of course.

The Big, Belated Realization

Emily previously tabled her feelings for Gabriel because of the guilt she felt for betraying a friend. There was also that verbal pact she made with Camille about staying friends and only friends with him. However, when Sylvie offered her a job in Paris, she realized that her life in Paris was no longer a temporary pit-stop but an actual life with long-term potential. That’s when she realized that she needed to pursue her feelings for Gabriel no matter what.

She could no longer consider who it might hurt or how it might make others feel — she needed to prioritize herself and her feelings. 

So, she ran to Gabriel’s door and attempted to confess her love, but it was too late — Camille was there and she informed Emily that she was moving in with Gabriel. 

Yep, Camille went behind Emily’s back and broke the pact to get her man back. 

Camille manipulated the situation perfectly. She knew she never stood a chance against Emily, but with Emily out of the picture, Gabriel was all hers. And when Gabriel realized Emily was serious about Alfie — who is a really great guy, by the way — he decided to settle for Camille.

And the realization crushed Emily. Talk about bad timing. 

In the final scene of the season, Emily is trying not to have a breakdown when she phones Sylvie to inform her that she made a decision about her future. 

Will she accept the job? My guess is that she will either stay and not allow Gabriel and Camille to sidetrack her career ambitions, or, she’ll turn down Sylvie’s offer only for Gabriel to realize that he can’t move in with Camille and confess his love for Emily.

How do you think this will play out?

Mindy’s Second Shot at a Career and Love 

Ashley Park is one of the best things about Emily in Paris. And she got her own storyline that was more than just Emily’s sidekick. Sure, she was there for moral support and a shoulder to cry on, but she also got her own job as La Dame Pi Pi (truly love the name), a love story with Etienne, joined a band that made their money busking around Paris, and redeemed herself on the internet after her flub on Chinese Idol went viral.

Mindy’s adventure in Paris is just as exciting as Emily’s. And her voice was the soundtrack to the second season!


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‘Emily in Paris’ Season 2 Review – Emily Cooper Is So Bad, But So Good for Her Own Brand



'Emily in Paris' Season 2 Review - Emily Cooper Is So Bad, But So Good for Her Own Brand

It’s hard to believe that when Emily in Paris premiered a year ago, we were knee-deep in a COVID-19 pandemic. 

But season two is here to remind us that the pandemic is still waging on.

The series, once again, provides a fun and whimsical escape from reality as it transports audiences to the land of designer fashion choices that you’d never get away with wearing in Chicago, champagne (or should I say Champere), and croissants (pronounced krwa-san, of course).

Set in the idyllic version of Paris you only see on those filtered Instagram posts — and without a face mask in sight —  the series, despite all the backlash, succeeds because it knows exactly what it’s supposed to be — a sugar rush of escapism for those who can’t get away on their own adventures at the moment.

Lily Collins returns as Emily Cooper the one-dimensional heroine with pristinely curled locks that never mess up, not even when she’s sprayed down the champagne. Her life continues to be a chaotic, dramatic, and beautiful mess as she navigates the streets of Paris and the halls of Savoir in the same way she navigates her love life — hoping for the best but fully expecting the worst. 

'Emily in Paris' Season 2 Review - Emily Cooper Is So Bad, But So Good for Her Own Brand

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And the worst does come. They always say that before the rainbow, you have to endure the rain.

One of the issues with Emily this season is that she just can’t own up to what she truly wants. 

If she took Sylvie’s advice and chose to embrace the disastrous trail she’s leaving behind during her time abroad, it would be one thing, but throughout the 10-episode run, Emily is determined to tiptoe the line of both a good friend and the one that follows her heart in the romanticized version of Paris. 

She’s wishy-washy, she can’t commit, she tries way too hard to control everything, and even when it all catches up to her, she never learns anything from it and goes on to make the same mistakes over and over. 

It’s frustrating yet intoxicating to watch. Emily might be good at managing brands (though, that’s questionable too), she’s pretty terrible for her own brand. Yet, you can’t stop rooting for her. 

Best and Most Relatable Tweets & Memes About Netflix’s ‘Emily in Paris’

And Emily doesn’t stop rooting for herself either. Every time she’s knocked down, she brushes it right off. Nothing gets the positively radiant and optimistic Emily down for too long. After all, she’s living out her dreams (she reminds you at every turn!). 

Emily in Paris Season 1 ended with hunky chef Gabriel deciding to stay in Paris to open up his own restaurant. He made the decision after he cheated on his girlfriend and Emily’s close friend, Camille, which, as you imagine, causes quite an uncomfortable environment between the threesome.

The love triangle comes to a head in some unexpected ways come season 2. 

But don’t expect Gabriel to be the only one Emily sets her sights on — she’s living in Paris, so for god’s sake, she must do as the French do! The second season introduces a new man into Emily’s life, and Alfie is a Brit in a business suit that we can’t help but j’adore

Did I mention we’re still living vicariously through Emily? Because we most definitely are.

There are some familiar faces that pop in throughout included Pierre Cadault and Antoine, but the sweet spot lies within Emily’s supporting cast, who have become more engrained in the storyline than ever, including Mindy, the Chinese heiress who came to Paris in hopes of reinventing herself and became Emily’s most-trusted friend. 

'Emily in Paris' Season 2 Review - Emily Cooper Is So Bad, But So Good for Her Own Brand

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As we get a front-row seat to Emily’s oftentimes imploding career, we’re also privy to Mindy’s new job and love interest. 

Sorry, Collins — Emily isn’t the only girl in Paris worth following on social media. 

Mindy has found her voice as a main character this season largely due to Ashley Park’s incredible portrayal.

Emily’s counterparts at Savoir also get their fair share of screen time as we peel back the layers of Sylvie’s mysterious life. And boy, there are so many layers to that woman! 

Luc shines with his comedic timing, and I honestly can’t recall him being this funny in the first season. Never change, Luc. 

The “American in France” shtick also doesn’t slap you across the face as bluntly either. 

Emily, despite still being a Chicago girl at heart (you can’t take the girl away from her deep dish), has immersed herself more in the French culture, so while there are still a few faux pas on her part, she doesn’t necessarily stick out like a sore thumb anymore. 

'Emily in Paris' Season 2 Review - Emily Cooper Is So Bad, But So Good for Her Own Brand

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And that’s emphasized with the arrival of another PR executive who, quite frankly, depicts Americans as a revolting bunch. 

We’re not that bad… I think…. but we do love our Starbucks. Can you blame us?

Paris aside, the series explores another stunning backdrop as it takes a detour to St. Tropez and only intensifies the lust in our wanderlust.

Emily in Paris might not be reinventing the wheel here, but it never claimed to.

Instead, the easily digestible episodes tackle topics of friendships, honesty, a fulfilling career, and a good power suit in a way that’s more Sex and the City than the Sex and the City reboot could ever be. 

If you’re looking for a quick departure from your daily routine, don’t hesitate to take a lighthearted stroll down the Seine with Emily Cooper and friends.

Catch up on Emily in Paris Season 1 right here on Amazon!

And don’t forget to cook like the French with this unofficial Emily in Paris cookbook! 

Emily in Paris hits Netflix on December 22, 2021.

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WATCH: ‘Emily in Paris’ is Falling in Amour in the Season 2 Trailer



WATCH: 'Emily in Paris' is Falling in Amour in the Season 2 Trailer

Fashion, amour, and sex are at the forefront of Emily in Paris Season 2. 

But not even a getaway with the girls to St. Tropez can keep Emily from getting all wrapped up in her feels about Gabriel. 

Sylvie encourages her to “fall in love” and “make mistakes” in order to “do Paris right” and while I love that she’s essentially Emily’s chic fairy godmother while abroad, but that advice is terrible in terms of this situation. 

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Emily’s tryst with Gabriel — including the best sex of her life — is hurting Camille, one of the few people who showed her kindness and hospitality. 

Both Emily and Gabriel are lying to Camille at every turn, and she’s suspicious considering Gabriel decided to stay in Paris and give up the opportunity of a lifetime to advance his career. 

She deserves the truth. 

Best and Most Relatable Tweets & Memes About Netflix’s ‘Emily in Paris’

However, it’s hard to fault Emily for falling back into Gabriel’s arms. Have you seen the man?

He’s not the only one sweeping her off her feet in the City of Love. 

Antoine is still around and another charming man enters the picture by the name of Alfie, played by Katy Keene’s Lucien Laviscount.

Who will win her heart?

Watch the trailer below: 

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