James and Hazel have returned to 165 Eaton Place and Hazel in particular now has to settle in. The servants are somewhat dismayed at the little amount of entertaining the young couple have planned for the fall and all in all, life has become dull for everyone. Hazel receives a call from the Lili de Ternay, claiming to have met Richard years ago and simply calling to renew their acquaintance. Hazel naturally invites her and her brother Kurt to dinner not realizing that they are penniless fortune hunters who mistakenly believe that Richard is a rich man, given his connection to the Southwolds. Below stairs, there is a new under-house parlor maid, a young Welsh girl named Gwyneth whose imagination proves to be far more than anyone can handle. Written by
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This episode takes place in August 1913. See more
Lili de Ternay
I don't want fits from you, Richard. I want more. I want your soul.
If you can find it, you can have it.
What Are We Gonig To Do with Uncle Arthur
Composed by Alexander Faris
Lyrics by Alfred Shaughnessy
Instrumental version heardas closing theme See more