Recap: Best Quotes of Episode 7
Some classic advice from Mrs. Patmore, an aphorism—and an accusation!—from the Dowager Countess, and long-awaited affirmations for Molesley and Edith. Get a recap of all of Episode 7's drama through the funniest and most moving quotes. #DowntonPBS
In a surprise visit to Dickie Merton's soon-to-be daughter in law, Amelia Cruikshank, Violet sets the "always friendly" phony straight, right off the bat.
It doesn't take long for the Dowager Countess to "winkle out the truth" about Amelia: she intends to dump Dickie on Isobel and grab Cavenham Park for herself.
As Cora and Robert discuss Mary and Henry, he is still puzzled by Mary Mary Quite Contrary's rejection of Tony.
Branson's bromance reaches new heights as he watches Henry race at Brooklands.
When Andy's secret inability to read is exposed, he feels ashamed and worthless. But Mr. Dawes offers to teach him, gladdening everyone but Thomas, who, once again, is cast aside and left friendless.
When the Crawleys are away, the servants will play…or at least have a seat in the library. Carson should rest up...unbeknownst to him, he's got a big meal to cook!
A rare moment of revelation and happiness for Molesley, who aced his exam, and has been offered the job of teacher at the school!
The sudden, shocking death of his friend Charlie Rogers in a fiery racecar wreck spurs an epiphany in Henry that he needs to know where he stands with Mary. But his carpe diem moment is ill-timed: Mary turns him down.
Daisy may be acing her exams, but it's time to learn a bit of kitchen wisdom from the wisest of all, Mrs. Patmore, and take reassurance that she won't lose the love of her surrogate father, Mr. Mason.
Edith is thrilled, delighted, and surprised to hear Bertie's marriage proposal…so surprised that she must think fast to figure out how to manage the Marigold conundrum.
Rest in peace, Isis. Hello, Teo!