Following Mrs Wilcox's funeral her family is shocked to find that, on a scribbled note, she left Howard's End to Margaret, who frequently visited her in her last days. Unaware of this the Schlegel sisters are visited by Leonard's wife Jacky, who, finding Margaret's card, suspects the worst of him but he later turns up to explain things to them. Hearing that Leonard is facing redundancy the sisters invite him to warn him but he feels patronized and leaves abruptly. Meanwhile Henry Wilcox, learning that the Schlegels are to be evicted, offers them a tenancy in London.
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Did You Know?
"Who Threw the Overalls in Mrs. Murphy's Chowder?" was written about 1898 by George L. Giefer and recorded by Thomas Edison in 1901. As such, it would have been extremely contemporary music for Helen to be playing and stands in stark contrast to Tibby's classical taste. See more
At around 45 minutes, when Margaret meets Helen to look at a house, she is wearing a dark coat with dark buttons. When she and Helen arrive back at Wickham Place and talk to Tibby, she is wearing her dark coat with the columns of white buttons. See more