Emily faces the consequences of her actions….
Episode aired Oct 2, 2020
Emily’s weekend trip to a friend’s chateau fizzles like day-old champagne. Back in Paris, Mindy’s reluctant meet-up with old friends ends on a high note.
In the eighth episode of Emily in Paris, Emily is still trying to apologize to Camille for kissing Gabriel, but Camille is refusing to speak to her. Emily is also feeling guilty about her feelings for Gabriel, and she’s trying to resist them.
Emily’s work life is also suffering. She’s struggling to focus on her job, and she’s making careless mistakes. Sylvie is starting to lose patience with Emily, and she threatens to fire her.
Emily eventually realizes that she needs to make a change. She decides to confess her feelings to Gabriel, and she tells him that she can’t be around him anymore.
Gabriel is hurt by Emily’s decision, but he respects it. He tells Emily that he still loves her, but he understands that she needs to focus on her own life.
Emily also apologizes to Sylvie for her mistakes. Sylvie is impressed by Emily’s honesty, and she gives her a second chance.
In the final scene of the episode, Emily is saying goodbye to her friends at the airport. She’s going back to Chicago for a few weeks to visit her family and friends.
Emily is sad to leave Paris, but she knows that she needs to take some time for herself. She’s also excited to start fresh and to see what the future holds.
The eighth episode of Emily in Paris is a good follow-up to the seventh episode. Emily is finally facing the consequences of her actions, and she’s starting to make some positive changes in her life.
The show is continuing to explore the complex relationship between Emily, Gabriel, and Camille. Emily has finally confessed her feelings to Gabriel, and she’s given him space. It remains to be seen whether they will ever be able to get back together.
Overall, the eighth episode of Emily in Paris is a solid installment. It’s funny, heartwarming, and thought-provoking. If you’re a fan of the show, then you won’t be disappointed.