Daisy: Oh, my God!
Mrs. Hughes: I will thank you not to take the Lord's name in vain.
Daisy: I hope it's not in vain. I need all the help I can get!
By the way, I love the way Carson really got it from the women in this episode. He has been such a jerk since he married his beloved Elsie!
Mrs. Patmore (to Daisy): Love isn't finite. If Mr. Mason makes new friends, it doesn't mean he has any less love for you...you found the love of a father there and you can count on him.
Mr. Dawes (to Mr. Molesley): There are Oxford and Cambridge graduates who know far less than you do. You should be proud!
Isobel: Yes but I'm not going to that one. I'd feel like the wicked fairy at the christening of Sleeping Beauty!
Violet: While angry, I say things some people find hard to forgive. So I have decided to go away. I'd rather vent my rage on the desert air...and return when I have gained control of my tongue.
Isobel: Your self-knowledge is an example to us all.
Violet: I'll call on Mrs. Cruikshank before I leave.
Isobel: I suspect she's quite a tough nut.
Violet: And I'm quite a tough nutcracker!
Violet: My reason for traveling is to make myself eager to come home. A month among the French should manage it!
Mary (to Henry Talbot): I want you to have a long and happy life. Just not with me.
Lord Grantham: It was a bloody awful business. A bloody, bloody awful business.
Rosamund: The English language never lets you down.
Lord Grantham: Oh, shut up!
Bertie Pelham: If love is allowed to weigh in the balance, I've got plenty of that!
Sorry for the late posting on this wonderful Downton episode. Life got in the way.