Recap: Best Quotes of Episode 3
From Carson's joyful toast to Edith's deft dismissal of her editor, Episode 3 is rich with zingers, vows, and character-revealing quotable quotes. The Dowager earns three top-contenders! See them all, and share your favorites. #DowntonPBS
Mrs. Hughes begins to regret her instinctive practicality where her wedding dress is concerned. But don't count out Mrs. Patmore, who's discovered the joys of catalog shopping!
Violet doesn't want Robert talking to Cora about the hospital. Unless he can sway her to Violet's side!
Cora subtly tries to awaken Carson's modern sensibilities, but it's going to take more than that to get him to truly hear Mrs. Hughes on the topic of their wedding reception.
The pot calling the kettle black?
Edith refuses to be defeated! So she has been listening to Granny!
Anna, who dares not be excited about her possible pregnancy, seemingly has forgotten that she and Bates agreed to no more secrets between them.
Edith's editorial all-nighter has straightened her out professionally, and illuminated her path. But just as she needs a purpose, might she also need love?
Advocates of Team Barrow have been saying this for years! Perhaps Downton's staff isn't just wrong about Thomas' pursuit of friendship with Andy; perhaps they're wrong about Thomas' heart, too.
Violet's defends Dr. Clarkson against an unusually antagonistic Isobel.
Another spot-on Dowager pronouncement, here discouraging Dr. Clarkson from defecting from her ranks.
Denker gives Spratt some bone-chilling reassurance.
Mrs. Hughes accepts Lady Mary's apology with humor, grace…and truth!
Molesley channels his humble ambition and resigned regret to help Daisy achieve her dreams.
At long last, and for good! Welcome home, Branson.