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Mrs. Gardiner (Character)
from "Pride and Prejudice" (1995)

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"Pride and Prejudice: Episode #1.5" (1995)
Elizabeth Bennet: Mary, pass the potatoes to your aunt Gardiner.
Mary Bennet: I beg your pardon?
Kitty Bennet: Oh, never mind, I'll do it.
Mrs. Gardiner: Thank you, Kitty.
Kitty Bennet: And that's the first kind word I've had from anyone since Lydia went away. I don't see why, it's not as though I had done anything naughty. And I don't think Lydia has done anything so dreadful either.
Jane Bennet: Kitty! Please!

"Pride and Prejudice: Episode #1.4" (1995)
Mrs. Gardiner: I believe one would be willing to put up with a great deal to be mistress of Pemberley.

Pride & Prejudice (2005)
Mary Bennet: The glories of nature. What are men compared to rocks and mountains?
Elizabeth Bennet: Believe me. Men are either eaten up with arrogance or stupidity. If they are amiable, they are so easily led they have no minds of their own whatsoever.
Mrs. Gardiner: Take care, my love. That savors strongly of bitterness.

"Pride and Prejudice: Episode #1.3" (1995)
Maria Lucas: Who's that girl dancing with Mr. Wickham?
Elizabeth Bennet: Her name is Mary King.
Charlotte Lucas: She's come to stay with her uncle in Meryton.
Maria Lucas: She's not very pretty, is she?
Charlotte Lucas: Beauty is not the only virtue, Maria. She has just inherited a fortune of ten thousand pounds, I understand.
Mrs. Gardiner: Now *that* is a definite virtue.