Violet has a new maid, Denker, who makes it clear to her what she regards as the limitations of her duties. She accompanies Violet to see Prince Kuragin with news of his wife's whereabouts but the dowager is shocked when Kuragin reveals that he still loves her. An anonymous letter to the police has them questioning Baxter as to whether John ever went to London, though she is unable to help. Aware that it was sent by Barrow she is forgiving enough to take him to see Dr Clarkson when his treatments have a negative effect on him. Robert and Cora reconcile as Robert accepts Mary and Tom's view that they should build decent houses on Downton land whilst John discovers Mary's condoms in Anna's cabinet and accuses her of not wanting to bear his child out of belief that he killed Green. Edith learns that Michael Gregson has been murdered by Fascist thugs and that she now owns his publishing company. Most of the family attend a point-to-point race, where Blake parades new girlfriend Mabel in ...
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Mr. Molesey tells Daisy that he would like to help her with studies, but "not mathematics, obviously." He also mentions that he would like to have been a teacher. In Foyle's War ("Casualties of War"), Kevin Doyle, who plays Mr. Molesey, played a maths teacher. See more
When Thomas has his meeting with Miss Baxter, he locks them both in. The key makes a characteristic noise in the lock. However, when Miss Baxter opens the door to leave, she does not turn the key and there is no characteristic noise. She's just opened a locked door. See more
Lady Edith Crawley
[to Branson as she is leaving Downton
You're a fine man, Tom. You mustn't let them flatten that out of you.
Downton Abbey- The Suite
Written by John Lunn
Performed by The Chamber Orchestra of London See more