Emily in Paris is back with another season just as entertaining and fun as the first one. Despite being basically an escapist frolic show, the series has its fair share of wise characters. Great costumes are not all this show boasts. Here are some of the best Emily in Paris quotes from both the seasons:
Best Emily in Paris quotes from season 1
Season 1 focused on Emily and her transfer to Paris. While her journey didn’t start out quite right, it certainly wasn’t boring. Through the way, Emily learns to unlearn her capitalist mindset and lets go of her American attributes. Helping her along the way were her coworkers and friend Mindy. Their words and actions helped Emily find her way through her relationships and work in Paris, as is evident from the following quotes:
“You live to work. We work to live.”- Luc
“Like wearing poetry”- Emily
“You’re in Paris now. I’m sure we can find you something better than peanut butter.”- Gabriel
“Desire does not mean lack of respect. In fact, quite the opposite. It is a sign of respect.” -Antoine
“Beyoncé is worth far more than the Mona Lisa.” -Mindy
Emily in Paris season 2 quotes to give you some of that Parisian wisdom
After a messy but entertaining season 1, we met Emily for the second season of her adventures in Paris. She learned to tumble her way through her relationships and had quite a bit of fun along the way. Unlike last season, she had the begrudging respect of her boss Sylvie in this season of the Netflix series. As a result, Season 2 focused more on Emily’s personal life and the love triangle she was a part of with Camille and Gabriel.
“You are not making a major life decision based on a manipulative pinky swear.”- Mindy
“Paris is built on a fantasy, and I just happen to be able to see right through it.” -Alfie
“Don’t you know what happened to Jean Valjean when he stole the baguette?” -Emily
“Emily, you go to St. Tropez to party, not to work. It’s like going to Ibiza to do your taxes.” -Luc
“To think about life is to contemplate death.”- Luc
As you might have seen already, Luc had more wise quotes to share than any other character on Emily in Paris. However, his best one was this word of advice to Joe Goldberg.