Charles leaves, Mary having appointed Tim Drewe as pig-man, but when Anthony Gillingham's projected visit to Downton is announced Mary detects from Anna's reaction that something is wrong and learns the rapist's identity. The visit passes without incident, though Mary turns down a proposal from Anthony, who has broken off his engagement. Mary is alarmed when Rose tells her she is marrying Jack Ross and goes to see the singer. Lady Rosamund plans to take Edith to Switzerland to have her baby and put it up for adoption, but Violet is suspicious. Robert returns for the annual fete and Alfred comes back for a funeral, proposing to Ivy, who declines. Meanwhile, Isobel attracts the admiration of Lord Merton and Molesley forms a friendship with Baxter, though he is curious as to her relationship with Barrow. Written by
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Did You Know?
When Isobel Crawley asks Violet Crawley how she's feeling, Violet replies, "Like Dr. Manette. If I don't get out of this house soon, I shall remember nothing but my number." This is a reference to Charles Dickens' novel, A Tale of Two Cities. In the book, Dr. Manette is wrongfully emprisoned for 20 years. As a result, he gets amnesia and remembers only his assigned prison number. See more
When Tom spots Rose and the band leader having lunch, the windows on the outside of the cafe are clear glass with 5" by 12" panes. He goes inside the cafe and the windows are different. They are now 12" by 12" and have opaque frosted glass, no way he could have seen through them from the street. There is a camera shot from behind Rose where we see Tom standing in front of yet another set of windows, these are regular size and are nothing like the others we saw. This scene was obviously shot in three different locations. See more
Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham
[referring to Rosamund's old French teacher
Poor mademoiselle. Her life was full of complications.
Downton Abbey The Suite
Written by John Lunn
Performed by The Chamber Orchestra of London See more