Emily in Paris, Season 3, Episode 1 Recap: J’ai Deux Amours (I Have Two Lovers)

Love is in the air…

Episode aired Dec 21, 2022

An impromptu coiffure change is Emily’s only quick decision as she drags her heels over choosing a path forward for her career and her love life.


Emily in Paris is back for a third season, and Emily Cooper (Lily Collins) is more lost than ever. After a passionate night with Gabriel (Lucas Bravo), she’s now in a love triangle with both him and her boyfriend Alfie (Lucien Laviscount).

The episode opens with Emily waking up in bed next to Gabriel. She quickly realizes that she made a mistake, and sneaks out of his apartment before he wakes up. She then rushes to meet Alfie at a café, where he tells her that he’s going back to London for a few weeks. Emily is relieved, but also feels guilty about her affair with Gabriel.

Later that day, Emily meets with her boss Madeline (Kate Walsh) to discuss their marketing campaign for a new perfume. Madeline is unhappy with Emily’s work, and tells her that she needs to be more creative. Emily is feeling overwhelmed and stressed, but she tries to stay positive.

At a party that night, Emily runs into Gabriel and Camille (Camille Razat). Camille is still angry with Emily for sleeping with Gabriel, and makes it clear that she doesn’t want to be friends anymore. Emily is heartbroken, but she tries to move on.

Meanwhile, Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) is struggling to get her new marketing agency off the ground. She’s having trouble finding clients, and her employees are starting to lose faith in her. Sylvie is determined to make her agency a success, but she knows that it won’t be easy.

The episode ends with Emily having a dream in which she falls from the Eiffel Tower. When she wakes up, she’s more confused than ever about her life. She doesn’t know what to do about her love triangle, her job, or her future in Paris.

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