Downton Abbey (2010–2015)
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Episode #4.4 

Anthony Gillingham returns to Downton to propose to Mary, Edna tries to coerce Tom into marrying her, and Anna will not tell Bates what's bothering her.

Director:

Catherine Morshead

Writer:

Julian Fellowes (written and created by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hugh Bonneville ... Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham
Laura Carmichael ... Lady Edith Crawley
Jim Carter ... Charles Carson
Brendan Coyle ... John Bates
Michelle Dockery ... Lady Mary Crawley
Kevin Doyle ... Joseph Molesley (credit only)
Joanne Froggatt ... Anna Bates
Lily James ... Lady Rose MacClare
Robert James-Collier ... Thomas Barrow (as Rob James-Collier)
Allen Leech ... Tom Branson
Phyllis Logan ... Mrs. Hughes
Elizabeth McGovern ... Cora Crawley, Countess of Grantham
Sophie McShera ... Daisy Mason
Matt Milne ... Alfred Nugent
Lesley Nicol ... Mrs. Patmore
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Storyline

As the guests leave, Anna keeps her rape by Green from John but is distant towards him and considering separate sleeping arrangements. Tom feels guilty after succumbing to Edna's advances again and seeks help from Mrs Hughes. Mary and Tom go to London on business, taking Rose, who is charmed by black American vocalist Jack Ross. On her return home, Mary is followed by Anthony who, despite being betrothed to another woman, proposes marriage. Edith stays in London and has sex with Michael, though her aunt, Lady Rosamund, warns her that the relationship could be doomed and her reputation lost. Alfred announces that he is hoping to become a chef whilst Isobel agrees to help Dr. Clarkson run an out-patient clinic. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-14
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Goofs

In the first scene at Rosamund's residence, Rose calls her "Aunt Rosamund", instead of "Cousin Rosamund". See more »

Quotes

Mrs. Hughes: [referrring to Bates and Anna's refusal to report her rape] But the poor man's heart is broken. for not knowing.
Mrs. Hughes: Better a broken heart than a broken neck.
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Downton Abbey - The Suite
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Written by John Lunn
Performed by The Chamber Orchestra of London
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 January 2014 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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