This week in Downton Abbey Land, U.S. women got the right to vote and Edith wrote a letter about it, Mrs. Hughes bought a toaster, and Tom helped toast another noble’s estate. And by “toast” I mean in the "like a marshmallow" sense, not the "with a glass more
At this moment in 2013, it’s not a good time for potentially untrustworthy fighting Irishmen. You all know the reasons . Let’s not rehash them here.
Coincidentally, in Downton Abbey ’s version of 1920, it’s also a low moment for a less-than-forthcoming more
This week on Downton Abbey , Branson and Sybil go on the run from the law like the Bonnie and Clyde of arsonists. That is, if Bonnie was pregnant and completely unaware of what was going on and Clyde just watched houses burn down and cried a lot. As a cri more
It can be a little embarrassing watching Downton Abbey when you don't know your foreign history to the extent you should - and I experienced a bit of that with episode 303 .
Thankfully, instead of Tom Branson's involvement with events in Ireland having more
Have things returned to a state of semi-normalcy at Downton Abbey? Edith (Laura Carmichael) seems resigned to spinsterhood; Matthew (Dan Stevens) has rescued the estate from financial ruin; Isobel (Penelope Wilton) is out to save the world; and Carson (Ji more
HitFix's Liane Bonin Starr recaps this week's episode of "Downton Abbey," in which Bates faces more cellmate drama, the footman crisis is resolved, Sybil and Branson return under complex circumstances, and Ethel makes a difficult decision. http://www.hitf more
What an excellent episode of "Downton Abbey," gang. Intrigue with the estate, Lady Edith does something interesting and poor Ethel makes everyone cry. UpstairsSo over in Ireland, Tom is on the run from the police, so he leaves his pregnant wife to travel more