Downton Abbey Review: A Wedding and a Funeral

From one tragedy to another "this episode" saw the very last remnants of the war leave Downton Abbey and ushered in one of the worst pandemics of our time, the Spanish Flu. There was barely time for them to celebrate before they were confronted with even more sickness and dying. The early 20th century is one like no other. While there was great tragedy, there were also great technological advances. I wonder how they were able to keep up.

For some reason, I never took to the maid who replaced Ethel, Jane, although Robert has always felt very comfortable talking with her. I was wondering if there was something shady going on, their flirtatious looks and longing glances. Robert was dealing with the incorrigible Cora and had lost his manliness. You just knew he was enjoying the attention. Read More...


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