With most everyone away, Elizabeth hosts a meeting of her fellow suffragettes in the servants hall at 165 Eaton Place. They are planning an all-out demonstration against their plight. Their specific target is an MP but Rose overhears what they are up to and she follows them intent on protecting Elizabeth as much as possible. When they are arrested Rose, who did not participate in the protest, is taken with them. Elizabeth catches the eye of a wealthy stranger, Julius Karekin, who arranges for her to only pay a small fine and then be released. Everyone else, Rose included, is sentenced to two months imprisonment. Conditions in the prison are harsh and her cell mates force Rose to join them in a hunger strike. In the past, the women have been released after a few days of refusing food but this time, the warders have something quite odious planned for them. Elizabeth pleads with her new friend Karekin to get Rose freed. Written by
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This episode takes place in August 1909. See more
The prison wall shakes when Rose is thrown against it, revealing it to be a set. See more
Loris, a bottle of the Heidsieck '95.
Champagne at such a time?
It is ideal at any time. In the evening it smooths the way to love. At midday it is an excellent aid to the digestion. At this hour I am not sure but it will offer some benefit.
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Composed by Alexander Faris (1972)
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