Recap: Best Quotes of Episode 4
Branson is right when he quips that the Dowager Countess is "still on cracking form" – and she's not the only one! Get an episode recap through the zingiest zingers and most quotable quotes of Downton Abbey, Season 6's Episode 4. See them all, and share your favorites. #DowntonPBS
Only Lady Mary can deliver a warm welcome and a cutting insult in one deft utterance.
Molesley fervently deploys an old proverb in his effort to convince Baxter to do the right thing regarding the "handsome devil" Peter Coyle.
You would never eat all the pies, Anna, you're too good!
A classic zinger from the Dowager, so good that we'd almost support her in the hospital row!
Daisy is so determined to see Mr. Mason be placed at Yew Tree Farm that Mrs. Patmore imagines her practicing enhanced interrogation techniques.
Daisy literally just cannot when it comes to Cora and Yew Tree Farm.
Violet knows of which she speaks, as we discovered from the revelation of the Kuragin Affair.
Thomas, as temporary butler, is his own worst enemy.
With her loving reminiscence, Gwen reminds everyone upstairs about Sybil. But with her return, Gwen reminds a select few downstairs—Thomas and Daisy—about the diminishing returns of a life dedicated to service.
…And the cool and charming Henry, with the right blend of aloof and allure, is the opposite of undesirable.
Mary, having presumably accidentally complimented Edith, immediately issues a corrective barb.
You'll always be "Carson" and "Mrs. Hughes" to us! (Since Chelsie never really caught on…)