Quotes from Emily in Paris

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So you're single? In Paris? Now I'm even more jealous. I mean, your life is croissants and sex.

ParisMadeline Wheeler in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 3
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You need to find yourself a nice French boyfriend. That's the best way to learn the language. In bed.

France, BedAntoine Lambert in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 2
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Emily: "I'm levelling up to French II. And I have to focus, because I need more oral."
Mindy: "I don't think that's your issue. You can consummate in French... just not conjugate."

Mindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 2 Episode 4
 
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Camille: "There is only one way to get a guy out of your system."
Mindy: "You have sex with another one."

Mindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 2 Episode 2
 
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You go to Saint-Tropez to party, not to work. It's like going to Ibiza to do your taxes.

Luc in Emily in Paris, Season 2 Episode 2
 
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Sylvie: "You'll let your sex life determine business decisions?"
Emily: "We never had Sex!"
Sylvie: "Well, maybe, you should. You're so tense."

Sylvie Grateux in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 8
 
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Luc: "Ah, Emily's boyfriend, non?"
Julian: "Nah, she just has a crush on him."
Emily: "I didn't say that."
Julian: "You didn't have to."

Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 8
 
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Emily: "I feel we've made it pretty clear we can't just be friends."
Gabriel: "But we live on top of each other."
Emily: "You're proving my point."

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 8
 
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Mathieu: "Please, please, nothing cliché. My uncle is very particular."
Emily: "Oh, I know. He chose me personally."

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 7
 
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Fashion is not about a concept. It's about looking beautiful.

FashionPierre Cadault in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 9
 
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You can't punish people for their thoughts. I'm from China, we've tried.

ChinaMindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 8
 
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Mathieu: "Do you know what the French do when things are at their darkes? When the bombs were falling during World War II, know what they did?"
Emily: "Hid?"

FranceEmily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 9
 
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Now, it's one thing to cheat on your wife with your mistress. It's another thing to cheat on your mistress with a young American.

Luc in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 4
 
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Emily: "Thou shalt remember that we are all a team. And there is no I in team."
Sylvie: "Well, the French word for team is équipe. And there's an I in équipe."
Emily: "Well, let's not get caught up on vowels."

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 3
 
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He quoted Rimbaud to me, and it was hot. The only thing my ex ever quoted was Game of Thrones recaps.

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 6
 
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Madeline: "Aw. Where are you?"
Emily: "Jogging on the Seine."
Madeline: "You are living my life. Except for... the jogging part."

JoggingMadeline Wheeler in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 3
 
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Nobody wants to have to have sex with the same person forever.

SexMindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 2
 
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Do you realize this city is laid out in circles? Like they deliberately designed it to confuse us.

ParisEmily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 2
 
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Emily: "Why is it le vagin and not la vagin?"
Sylvie: "Oh, you mean le vagin. I don't know. It just is. Maybe it's because it's something a woman owns and a man possesses."

Sylvie Grateux in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 2
 
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Your language is seriously fed up.

FranceEmily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 2
 
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Emily: "No! You're supposed to spray it. Not drink it."
Laurent: "Well, that explains the taste."

Emily in Paris, Season 2 Episode 2
 
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I think the Americans have the wrong balance. You live to work. We work to live.

Luc in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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Emily: "They make a diabetes drug that we marketed the heck out of. Sales went up 63 percent."
Paul: "So you create the disease, then you treat the disease, and then you market the treatments of the disease."
Sylvie: "Perhaps stop eating."

Sylvie Grateux in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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Paris seems like a big city, but it's really just a small town.

ParisCamille in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 4
 
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You never flirt with another woman in front of your mistress. It's worse than doing it in front of your wife.

Mindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 2
 
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Emily: "Cigarettes cause diabetes and cancer."
Paul: "Yes. Well, smoking is a pleasure. And without pleasure, who are we?"
Sylvie: "German?"

Sylvie Grateux in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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I've only been to one winery in Wisconsin, and it had a paintball course.

WisconsinEmily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 8
 
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Sylvie: "That you don't speak French. It's a problem."
Emily: "Well, I'm going to take a class, but je parle un peu français already."

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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Sometimes the best relationships are complicated.

Sylvie Grateux in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 4
 
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Of course, I love Paris. And the food is so delicious. The fashion, so chic. The lights, so magical. But the people, so mean.

ParisMindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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A little "bonjour" goes a long way.

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1
 
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Honey, look around. We didn't come here to be who we are back home. We came here to lose ourselves and find adventure.

Camille in Emily in Paris, Season 1
 
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The wonderful thing about Paris is nobody judges you for doing nothing.

Emily in Paris, Season 1
 
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The French are romantics, but they're also realists.

FranceMindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 1
 
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Emily: "I feel like I'm dreaming and I'm about to wake up."
Gabriel: "Let's not wake up just yet."

Gabriel in Emily in Paris, Season 1
 
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"What do you think?"
Emily: "It's like wearing poetry."

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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Gabriel: "You think we cannot keep our hands off each other for an hour?"
Emily: "I like the odds when my hands are somewhere else."

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 8
 
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I'm not somebody who can share a crêpe. I need the whole crêpe.

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 7
 
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Julien: "You're the one bringing the drama."
Emily: "Moi? Are you serious?"

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1
 
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Desire does not mean lack of respect. In fact, quite the opposite. It is a sign of respect.

Antoine Lambert in Emily in Paris, Season 1
 
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You're in Paris now. I'm sure we can find you something better than peanut butter.

Gabriel in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 4
 
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It's Paris. Everyone's serious about dinner.

ParisMindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 2
 
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Chinese people are mean behind your back. French people, mean to your face.

Mindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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Oh my God, I feel like Nicole Kidman in "Moulin Rouge".

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 1
 
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I like Paris, but I'm not really sure Paris likes me.

Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris, Season 1
 
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You haven't done Paris right until you've had at least one wildly inappropriate affair.

ParisMindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 4
 
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Beyoncé is worth far more than the Mona Lisa.

Mindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 1
 
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Emily: "The customer's always right."
Mindy: "See, no, here the customer is never right."
Emily: "Well, maybe I'll educate the chef a little bit about customer service."
Mindy: "You think you're gonna change the entire French culture by sending back a steak?"

Mindy Chen in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 2
 
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You can never escape life. Never.

Luc in Emily in Paris, Season 1
 
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Emily: "You're nice and French, and you speak English?"
Camille: "Of course. I grew up watching American TV."

Camille in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 4
 
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