We discover that Sacha has a twin, Christelle, who is coming to visit. However, Sam, Nico and Annie do not know that Sacha has a twin, and so much confusion ensues when they presume that Christelle is actually Sacha.
Annie is protesting about cruelty to animals and wants Nico to look after some rescued guinea pigs which then manage to escape. Sam is sent to interview Annie on her demonstration and it all ends in tears.
Sacha and Annie share an apartment in Paris. Their lives are complicated by the arrival of a mystery guest, Sam, from America. Nico, who lives opposite, finds out Sam's background but tries to keep it a secret.
England are playing France in the World Cup Final and Sacha's new English boyfriend is coming round for the match. Nico can't be there but doesn't want to know the score. When England beats France, Sacha realises she has made a big mistake. Sam has a surprising question for Annie!
In this episode, Sam has his first experience of shopping in France. First he does some grocery shopping on the Internet. Then Sacha, Annie and Nico decide to give him a makeover which turns out to be a disaster, so he ventures out to clothes shops by himself.
Sacha needs promotion to earn more money, so approaches her boss (The Octopus) about it. Sam starts looking for a job, but ends up being the waiter for Sacha, during a meal with her boss, cooked by Nico. The evening is a disaster, but our young friends cement their friendships as a result of it.
In this episode, the foursome go to London for a long weekend. Sam can speak the language but is a bit confused by the geography. Sacha finds a good-looking English boyfriend and Sam ends up dancing with the elderly waitress.
Sam begins to notice Annie in a romantic light so learns to cook in a bid to win her. Annie becomes obsessed with television commercials and Nico's acting career gets a boost when he becomes a weather forecaster.
In this episode, we meet the landlady's cousin, Clotilde Montagne, who is taking over business temporarily. Clotilde dislikes the girls but takes a shine to the boys, particularly Nico, who goes on a series of dates with her but starts to regret it when she won't leave him alone. Meanwhile, the others build shelves with disastrous consequences, and romance finally flourishes between Annie and Sam.
Sacha thinks she has won the lottery, but Sam has lost her ticket. Nico is also desperate to find the ticket, as he had written a girl's telephone number on the back. We follow the characters as they try to find the ticket, and see the consequences when they finally retrieve it.
Sam and Annie are getting married. Annie wants it very simple but Sam's mother has very different ideas and she is on her way over to Paris to supervise. Sacha finally realies that she really likes Nico after all.
Sacha has got Sam an interview at the television station where she works. They are looking for a reporter. With Nico's help Sam gets the job, but it may have something to do with the fact the Editor is our old friend the landlady's cousin.
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