it has become an old tradition Emily in Paris Fans point out things that don’t make sense About the Netflix series. Now that Season 3 is over, there are no exceptions. Emily’s boss Madeline being pregnant for three seasons is one of the major plot points that doesn’t really seem to add up.
I’m about to enter spoiler territory, so if you haven’t completely caught up Emily in Paris Still, you have been forewarned.
Fans have some questions about Madeline’s pregnancy timeline
If you think back to Season 1, Emily was only sent to Paris when her boss, Madeline, couldn’t travel. That’s when her boss (Kate Walsh) finds out she’s pregnant thanks to an encounter with perfume. We work with Savoir, a French marketing company we just acquired. This in itself is a bit of a plot hole, as Emily only goes to France now that Madeline has withdrawn. But then Madeline finally comes to France while pregnant.
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But I digress. Back to the time series problem. Madeline shows up early in her pregnancy in season 1 and is pregnant by season 2. Then in season 3 she is still pregnant, in season 3 she comes to France still fully pregnant and she gives birth to a baby
In theory, this shouldn’t be a big deal. Let’s say Madeline is pregnant and it turns out she couldn’t travel in season 1, season 2 starts right after the events of season 1, and season 3 starts right after the events of season 2. Pregnancy could have made sense. only if. Unfortunately, there are some seemingly unchecked seasonal things that Netflix subscribers are noticing.
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The weather matters. It seems like more time has passed in this series than it did when she was nine months pregnant. In Season 1, Emily is in France in late summer and fall, but in Season 2, it gets very hot, so I’m guessing these episodes are set in the summer. If season 2 had been set, for example he would have been 6 months later, the episode would have been filmed in a winter setting, like the tweet above the hedge. Apparently it’s always summer in Paris.
Part of the problem here is that Emily in Paris was scheduled to shoot in the first half of 2019, but then didn’t start shooting until August 2019, so the planned story may have had to drift a bit from the first iteration. In fact, season 2 was filmed in the summer of 2021, while filming for season 3 began this past June.
In real time, Madeline has been “pregnant” for over three years.
Emily in Paris jokes about Madeline’s pregnancy
So let’s get back to the fact that Madeline shows up in France at the end of season 2. She does this because “now or never.” But if so, the birth didn’t go as planned.By Season 3, she’s finally close to giving birth.
Fans got a little payday when the latest season finally hit the Netflix schedule. finally Take a break at the Eiffel Tower restaurant. (Her water breaks in Sylvie’s shoes, of course.) She was rushed to the hospital and a baby boy was born. A nurse at the hospital jokes that she’s the “biggest baby” she’s had in years. of course.she is pregnant Yeareveryone.
The good news is that Kate Walsh had a sense of humor about wearing baby bumps. Emily in Paris cast. She told Netflix earlier this year that her look lends itself well to physical comedy.She enjoys it a lot. She shared with Tudum (opens in new tab),
So in some ways it would be a little sad to see Madeline without the big baby bump. Emily in Paris It’s already been renewed for season 4, so there’s always the chance that the show will tip over any time soon and Madeline will be pregnant again.