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Fashioned Affirm podcast: It’s tough to resist the silliness of ‘Emily in Paris’

“Emily in Paris,” a brand new assortment on Netflix, has provoked skeptical responses from precise Parisians who’re gay to point to the abundant clichés in its yarn of a younger American (played by Lily Collins) who takes a last-minute transfer to a marketing and marketing agency in Paris.

Some somewhat glaring culture clash moments ensue, alongside with equally unattainable storylines where Emily’s extraordinarily fundamental suggestions about social media are handled as controversial and groundbreaking by her employer.

And but, as we discuss on the most modern episode of the Fashioned Affirm podcast, we if truth be told chanced on the purpose out delectable — or on the least, extremely watchable.

Sure, the purpose out’s Paris is a memoir, but it’s a memoir that we’re gay to consult with, critically now. Sure, plenty of the purpose out’s characters are on the total cartoons, but they’re though-provoking and fun cartoons. And on the finish of the day, we’re all suckers for a slick, escapist romantic comedy, which is precisely what “Emily in Paris” delivers.

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And whenever you’d treasure to skip ahead, right here’s how the episode breaks down:


0: 00 Intro


0: 31 “Emily in Paris” overview


30: 43 “Emily in Paris” spoiler discussion

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