Carson promises Thomas that if he resigns, citing John's return as the reason, he will give him a good reference. However, O'Brien persuades Jimmy to tell the butler that he will call the police unless the reference is withdrawn. Violet's great-niece Rose comes to stay, apparently bored with London, though she is keen to accompany Edith to town for a day, staying with Rosamund. However, she gives them the slip to go to a club with her married boyfriend who was the reason her mother sent her to Violet, and, along with Matthew, they lean on her to return. Written by
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Did You Know?
What came to be known as a "Ponzi Scheme" was described by British author Charles Dickens' in his 1844 novel "Martin Chuzzlewit "and l a later work, "Little Dorritt" in 1857. Charles Ponzi, who made the pyramid scheme infamous, was not born yet. See more
During Violet and Rose's talk Rose's necklace keeps changing place. See more
[Matthew, Edith and Lady Rosamund Painswick follow Rose to a jazz club in Soho, London
This is like the outer circle from Dante's Inferno!
Downton Abbey - The Suite
Written by John Lunn
Performed by The Chamber Orchestra of London See more