Downton Abbey Review: Almost Normal

If there's one thing I learned on Downton Abbey this week, it is that even during a world war - in a massive country house masquerading as an officer's convalescent hospital, with friends and relatives behind enemy lines - things can become a bit mundane.

Despite multiple small scandals, lost soldiers, a concert and the rather triumphant return of Mr. Bates, there was nothing to really sing about in this episode. The very best bits came, as they almost always do, as quips from the lips of Violet. For those, please visit our section of quotes, as she was on fire once again. What I wouldn't give for someone to whisper in my ear the witty comebacks she expels during regular conversation. Read More...


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