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: Thomas is lovely in every way. He's funny and handsome, and he's got such lovely teeth. Mrs. Patmore
: He's not for you, Daisy. Daisy Robinson
: 'Course not. He's too good for me, I know that. Mrs. Patmore
: No. He's not too good. Daisy Robinson
: What then? Mrs. Patmore
: He's not the boy for you, and you're not the girl for him. Daisy Robinson
: Isn't that what I just said? And why would he be when he's seen and done so much and I've been nowhere and done nothing? Mrs. Patmore
: Perhaps Thomas has seen and done more than is good for him.
[seeing that she's still not getting it
] Mrs. Patmore
: He's not a ladies' man. Daisy Robinson
] But innit a blessed relief? Mrs. Patmore
: Daisy, Thomas is a troubled soul. Daisy Robinson
: I don't know what you mean, Mrs Patmore. Mrs. Patmore
: [giving up
] Oh, nothing. I don't mean anything.
Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham
: Is it true they're fed from our kitchens? Daisy Robinson
: Only the stuff the army gives. Mrs. Patmore
: That's right. We only use the food the army pays for and all the men have served their country. Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham
] In future, I would prefer it if you would use food paid for by the house. I don't want the army to accuse us of mismanagement. Sarah O'Brien
: You mean you're going to let them get away with it? Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham
: Oh more than that. I'm going to help them and so are you. Molesley, if you bring that table across we can split the food and form two lines and it will go faster.