While there's certainly something magnetic about the women in Emily in Paris, they have zero concept of "girl code." As soon as Emily arrives in France, she learns that monogamy isn't exactly taken seriously in her new social circle. Viewers find out that Sylvie is having an affair with Antoine (William Abadie) — her client and friend's husband! — early in the series.
Additionally, Emily begins crushing on her downstairs neighbor, Gabriel (Lucas Bravo), who works as a chef at a nearby restaurant. But after sharing a kiss with him, Emily discovers that he not only has a girlfriend named Camille, but she's met the woman before. Ultimately, Emily doesn't disclose her smooch with Gabriel to Camille, but the pair attempt to act like "friends" despite their burning sexual chemistry. Overall, it's not a good look.
It may be worth broaching the topic of the characters' flip attitudes toward infidelity with your teens so that you can address with them the consequences of cheating and the fact that if could ruin friendships, marriages, and other relationships. (In short, we very much agree with this take that every single man in the show is just flat-out toxic).