Sylvie: "You'll let your sex life determine business decisions?"
Emily: "We never had Sex!"
Sylvie: "Well, maybe, you should. You're so tense."
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."
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."
Emily: "Cigarettes cause diabetes and cancer."
Paul: "Yes. Well, smoking is a pleasure. And without pleasure, who are we?"
Sometimes the best relationships are complicated.Sylvie Grateux in Emily in Paris, Season 1 Episode 4