We knew this was going to happen. If we hadn’t already seen this moment, then we’d either read about it, or heard about it from a loose-lipped Downton fan, or speculated that it might occur once we learned who might be leaving Downton Abbey at the end of more
This episode originally aired in the U.K. on Christmas, but there isn’t much holiday spirit. It actually takes place a year after the last episode’s cricket match. Young Sybil is becoming a toddler. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/02/17/downton-abbey- more
HitFix's Liane Bonin Starr recaps the season three-ending episode of 'Downton Abbey,' in which everything seems mostly fine until it isn't. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/starr-raving/posts/downton-abbey-recap-season-3-episode-7
Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 3, Episode 7 of PBS' "Downton Abbey" (known in the UK as the "Christmas Special").
I suppose it has become fashionable to kill off major characters on today's quality TV shows.
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On one hand it's AWESOMELY progressive of everyone to accept Thomas's homosexuality, but isn't it also kind of WEIRDLY progressive? To the point of maybe being out of character for most of our characters considering the time period? http://www.tv.com/news more
Downton Abbey is well-known for its capacity to deliver delicious dialogue. At this point, the show that gave us both “Lie is so unmusical a word” and “Do I look like a frolicker?” in the same episode should not need to prove itself in that regard. Even s more
The last scene of Downton Abbey episode " 306 " had a sort of ominous feel to it, as if all was too right with the world. Perhaps things at Downton will take on the tone of Lady Edith's life; just when you think things are looking up, you hit yet another more