Emily in Paris, Season 3, Episode 6 Recap: Ex-En-Provence


Episode aired Dec 21, 2022


Agence Grateau heads to Provence for a luxury event. Alfie is stuck putting out a work fire with Antoine, which rekindles Emily and Gabriel’s ever-present spark. A surprise guest at the event throws Sylvie’s relationship into turmoil.


The sixth episode of Emily in Paris Season 3 picks up where the fifth episode left off, with Emily Cooper (Lily Collins) and Sylvie Grateau (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu) running their successful shared marketing agency.

Emily is excited to be working on a new campaign for a luxury car brand, but she’s also feeling a lot of pressure. She wants to make sure that the campaign is a success, but she’s also worried about making a mistake.

Sylvie is also feeling the pressure. She’s struggling to keep up with the demands of running the agency, and she’s starting to feel overwhelmed.

One day, Emily has an idea for a new marketing campaign for the luxury car brand. She pitches the idea to Sylvie, and Sylvie loves it. They decide to work together on the campaign.

Emily and Sylvie start working on the luxury car campaign, and they quickly realize that they’re a great team. They’re both creative and resourceful, and they both share a passion for marketing.

Meanwhile, Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) is still trying to make his restaurant a Michelin-starred restaurant. He’s been working hard on his new menu, and he’s finally ready to open his restaurant to the public.

Camille (Camille Razat) is also trying to make her art career a success. She’s finally ready to open her new art exhibition, and she’s excited to share her work with the world.

The episode ends with Emily and Sylvie launching the luxury car campaign. The campaign is a success, and the car brand is thrilled with the results. Emily and Sylvie are relieved and proud of themselves for pulling off such a successful campaign.

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