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I love belts as much as the next person, but something in Netflix’s new show Emily in Paris is making me want to live a fully elasticated life. I love Paris, too, but the show is making me rethink the intriguing city. If you haven’t seen Emily in Paris, it follows a plucky social-media strategist on a European sojourn. She has a job she loves, but her colleagues—drawn crudely in nearly racist pencil strokes—are alienating-ly chic (I suspect they have a vicious WhatsApp group devoted to her brash Americanness). Lily Collins, despite the unavailability of effective rom and com in the script, dexterously shimmies the show from scene to scene with her relentless charm. I’m finding it hard to care which of the almost-identical Frenchmen Emily will end up with, but Emily in Paris has glimpses of absolutely excellent writing—her boss would “rather have a cigarette than lunch,” Chicago deep-dish pizza is likened to a quiche full of cement, Emily is savagely described as having “no references.” 

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I love belts as much as the next person, but something in Netflix’s new show Emily in Paris is making me want to live a fully elasticated life. I love Paris, too, but the show is making me rethink the intriguing city. If you haven’t seen Emily in Paris, it follows a plucky social-media strategist on a European sojourn. She has a job she loves, but her colleagues—drawn crudely in nearly racist pencil strokes—are alienating-ly chic (I suspect they have a vicious WhatsApp group devoted to her brash Americanness). Lily Collins, despite the unavailability of effective rom and com in the script, dexterously shimmies the show from scene to scene with her relentless charm. I’m finding it hard to care which of the almost-identical Frenchmen Emily will end up with, but Emily in Paris has glimpses of absolutely excellent writing—her boss would “rather have a cigarette than lunch,” Chicago deep-dish pizza is likened to a quiche full of cement, Emily is savagely described as having “no references.” 

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And that’s the rub with the show; something about it has gotten under our collective skin. The Internet is ablaze with people hate-watching episodes and bemoaning the ruinous treatment of Paris, the tacky clothing. Some TV shows make you feel safe, some are aspirational, some are windows to the lives of people on the fringes of humanity (I’m thinking of the true-crime phenomenon here). What we see in Emily in Paris isn’t aspirational, it’s achingly close to the lives we lead—all outfits and social media and witty puns to lessen our brags. The show pokes holes in how we all operate and we don’t like it one bit. It’s not only Emily who’s rendered Paris a caricature. Who among us has never Instagrammed a croissant? Or an outfit?  Where New York was the fifth main character in Sex and the City, Paris is central to narrative ongoings. After a slightly exhausting, trés cliché, bingo-card of berets, baguettes, croissants, and Champagne, the Paris I keep in my head feels less vibrant. The show effectively whittles the Parisian lifestyle to a glib rotation of patisseries and soirees, a beige blanket over the city. The show challenges our universal Francophilia. There’s a rampant cliché that the French are chic and refined, and Emily—with her social posts that do staggering numbers in a matter of weeks—sees Paris the way so many of us do: picturesque and promising. 

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