From "Downton Abbey: Episode #1.3" (2010)
[Kemal Pamuk, a Turkish diplomat, has been found dead in his bed - he actually died of a heart attack in Lady Mary's bed while they were making love, but only Mary, Cora and Anna the maid know this. Cora and her daughters are in the sitting room when Violet is shown in] Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham:
Oh my dears. Is it really true? I can't believe it. Last night he looked so well. Of course it *would* happen to a foreigner. It's typical. Lady Mary Crawley:
Don't be ridiculous. Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham:
I'm not being ridiculous. No Englishman would *dream* of dying in someone else's house - especially somebody they didn't even know. See more »
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