In this episode, Jamie battles with officious front of house staff who can't do too much to help, and he experiences the exact opposite experience at the airport where he's left to find his own way to Marseille.
Jamie shares stories of his time at school and the teachers that had a big influence on him, particularly when learning French. He also crystallises his experience of strangers asking the most ignorant questions about his sight.
Jamie confronts stereotypes head on, from his disability to his national identity. He realises that he's in a position of privilege, and has been deemed a role model by others - and it's not a position he relishes.