Perhaps indeed the possession of wealth is constantly distressing, But I should be quite willing to assume every curse of wealth if I could at the same time assume every blessing.
Suddenly, everyone in Downton Abbey is the worst version of themselves. Bring in the Russkies! Continue reading DOWNTON ABBEY: “Episode 503”
The path leading up to Downton Abbey is well worn, and the tread is continuing to cause pratfalls, but Series Five comes a blazin’ in. Continue reading DOWNTON ABBEY: “Episode 501”
Series four of Downton Abbey closed tonight for U.S. viewers — and though the episode was the highlight of the season — I fear the damage done to some characters is so outrageously final, the show might never recover.
Rose wades on the shores of scandal, Mary plays with the pigs, and Violet gets some nursing with a surprising lack of smugness all this week on Downton Abbey.
The line gets longer for the pursuit of Lady Mary, Edith has a secret that no one cares about, and it’s party time for Lord Grantham in this week’s Downton Abbey.
Secrets are revealed! New suitors are introduced! And the intrigue continues this week on Downton Abbey.
Downton Abbey returns this week to examine “the morning after,” and spirals ever closer to the drain on this sinkhole of a season. But we must Keep Calm and Carry On. Into the void we go: Continue reading DOWNTON ABBEY: “Episode 404”
It’s all opera singing and drama this week at Downton, and you cannot say I didn’t warn you.
We open in the dead of night, the castle in shadows to signify those we’ve lost and what lies ahead this season for the residents of the Abbey.