Lord Grantham: Do you really like riding like that, when a side-saddle is so much more graceful?
Lady Mary: And so much more dangerous!
Mrs. Hughes: When I accepted Mr. Carson...I hadn't fully considered all the...aspects of marriage.
Mrs. Patmore: Oh, my Lord! You mean...
Mrs. Hughes: Yes, that is precisely what I mean.
Mrs. Patmore: Perhaps you can keep the lights off.
Mrs. Hughes: The trouble is, I don't believe it's a conversation I can have with him.
Mrs. Patmore: Oh you're not suggesting I try? Oh by 'eck! I've had some commissions in my time!
Liverpool maid: Don't you know me Lady Mary? Cos I know you!
Mrs. Patmore: Do you expect to share your...way of life?
(extreme awkward conversation edited out and now cut to second conversation)
Mr. Carson: Tell her this Mrs. Patmore. That in my eyes she is beautiful. I love her Mrs. Patmore. I am happy and tickled and bursting with pride that she would agree to be my wife. And I want us to live as closely as two people can, for the time that remains to us on earth.
Lady Violet: Is it cold up there on that high moral ground?
Spratt: Her ladyship's humour is always a tonic.
Lady Violet: Sometimes it's good to rule by fear.
|Sergant Willis has finally finished the 2 year long investigation!|
And revolutionary Daisy got to keep her job!
Lady Cora: (of Daisy's outburst) I'm sure she regrets it.
Mr. Carson: I daresay Guy Fawkes regretted trying to blow up Parliament m'lady but he still had to pay the price.