Season 2 of the Netflix series “Emily in Paris” was released on the platform on December 22. It didn’t take long for some clichés to be mocked on social networks. Except this time, the taunts took on a political dimension.
In her new adventures, the heroine, Emily Cooper, is brought to travel in France. In order to discover the French landscapes, the latter decided to take a particularly luxurious night train to go to the city of Saint-Tropez (Var).
A sequence that did not fail to react Internet users, including Joël Giraud, the Secretary of State in charge of Rurality. On his Twitter account, he kindly made fun of Emily Cooper’s image of a night train by sharing an “Instagram vs reality” montage.
Well, Emily in the night train may be exaggerating by going to Saint-Tropez… But with the night train, you can still wake up in the heart of the Alps and travel in completely renovated cars! #EmilyInParis2 @NetflixFR pic.twitter.com/qh3Tv10c4D
– Joël Giraud (@ JoelGiraud05) December 22, 2021
But Joël Giraud is not the only one to have gone there with his ironic little commentary on this train, quickly compared to the Orient Express.
The train in Emily in Paris season 2 I’m going to die the Americans they’re going to come to France to book on https://t.co/3XKrK3cUBY and expect to take the Orient Express they will find themselves in an intercity that will calm them
— Xavier Ponterlun (@PonterluX) December 22, 2021
in Emily In Paris S02EP1, will you have to explain to me at what time do we have an Orient Express type night train that goes to Gare de Lyon-Villefranche?
– jeanne pareux (@JeannePareux) December 22, 2021