With the house no longer a hospital Thomas hopes to make money on the black market but is ruined after being cheated by his supplier. Mrs Hughes helps Ethel to confront Mr and Mrs Bryant, the parents of her baby's late father but, whilst his wife seems moved, Bryant dismisses Ethel as a liar and fraud with no proof of paternity. Carlisle tries to bribe Anna to spy on Mary but she refuses and tells Mrs Hughes and Carson, the latter consequently withdrawing his offer to work for Carlisle, whom he sees as underhand. Robert, disillusioned by the war's failure to accomplish anything, makes a play for Jane but quickly apologises whilst Sybil, liberated by her war work, elopes with Tom Branson, though her sisters follow and bring them back. John is concerned that, whilst Vera officially killed herself by taking poison, it was rat poison bought by him and fears he may be incriminated. The big news, however, is Matthew regaining the use of his legs. He announces his forthcoming wedding to ... Written by
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When promenading the gardens with Lady Mary, Matthew, who is in a wheelchair and believed to be paralyzed, has an obvious twitch in both his legs, revealing that he is surely not paralyzed. See more
Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham
I would just say one thing. Marriage is a long business. There's no getting out of it for our kind of people. Now you may live forty - fifty years with one of these women. Just make sure you have selected the right one.
Closing credits acknowledgement: "The red cross emblem used with kind permission of the UK Ministry of Defence and British Red Cross Society". See more
Downton Abbey - Suite
Written by John Lunn
Performed by The Chamber Orchestra of London See more