Recap: Best Quotes of Episode 6
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Carson does not approve of the Downton Abbey open house, seeing it as a dangerous precedent, if not a sign of End Times. Fortunately, he'll be armed with his walking stick.
The Dowager Countess does not approve of the house tour, either. After all, why would anyone pay to see a "perfectly ordinary house?"
Henry Talbot hardly stands a chance against Lady Mary's flawless "medium smart." Does he have what it takes to handle full chic?
Learning that the hospital Board of Governors will ask Violet to step down and offer her the role of president, Cora is one cool customer—most people's fight or flight instinct would kick in, or their entire lives would pass before their eyes.
The Edith/Mary sniping continues, and while we may cheer at Edith's biting retort, we secretly know that we could never manage without Lady Mary for any amount of time!
If you haven't felt sorry for Thomas yet, certainly seeing Carson, of all people, tell that him he's a relic of a dying world will melt your icy heart!
Famous last (and awkward!) words from the confident Dowager, who thinks that Robert's burst ulcer will only help convince the hospital board that the status quo is the only way forward.
Henry Talbot makes a case for cars…
But in the tunnel of love, he knows enough to admit who's really in the driver's seat.
Bertie's first meeting with Edith's "ward," Marigold, goes really well. Maybe telling him the truth won't be so hard!
The Dowager just can't even with logic, the Board, Isobel, or Cora!
Carson, give the guy a break. Thomas' word about his intentions with Andy is even good with us, and we've seen more of his shenanigans than you have.
After a stressful open house, the Earl's idiom comforts and delights.
We should hope not!