I can't stop thinking that Mary's new hairdo must be a nightmare for Anna or whoever to look after. In this show, hosts John Comerford, Tamara Berg, and Courtney Stewart discuss episode 9! He didn't seem to care one whit. It doesn't diminish it just because Matthew wasn't included. Edited March 2, 2015 by ennui Just have Bates take care of Dickie's sons. Not only that, but wasn't it Tom's suggestion? Is this the last we've seen of Bertie? That or Edith will have to tell her when Georgie starts talking abut how he's fallen in love and wants to marry Marigold. People who don't know the rules.
Molesley and Baxter doing Anna Bates Investigates Redux. It follows the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants. It was still a beautiful Christmas special -- The clothes, the castle, the dogs, the train, the Christmas tree, the children, Mary's maroon coat in the prison, Donk and Edith, Rose and Atticus, Mosely and Baxter, Hughes and Carson, Violet and Isabelle. Is he just upset because it's his last Christmas? I liked Mary and Edith together, and some tiny hints that maybe they're growing up. And now she knows it. And why on earth was she so upset on Atticus's behalf, anyway? Is Schrimpie too old for Cousin Isobel? I don't understand why Atticus is taking a job in New York, and why Lord Sinderby doesn't appear to care.
I cried during the scene with Robert and Tom and I cried during the scene when Robert toasted Tom and his voice cracked. If this had been something that had been part of Anna's story from the beginning, it actually could have added a compelling element to it. Or if they're atheist, simply ceasing to exist. I get that it was engineered so that Diana and her son would show up at the most inconvenient time, but why would Lord S. I also don't give high marks to Rose for being so loving to him after seeing he's clearly a hypocritical dirtbag. Maybe she too will one day put it together.
Neither of which seem to ring true, at all. Oh, but I'll miss Tom and Sybbie. Razlika je u tome, što posluga o svojim poslodavcima zna nebrojene tajne, dok vlastelinska porodica o njima ne zna gotovo ništa. Her character in that could have been a modern day Anna. I thought Thomas was doing it because Sinderby would be embarrassed, but also because he would think the butler was the only person in on his secret, and therefore it was either arranged by him or he'd been gossiping below stairs which was true. He might be the levity that Mary needs.
That's when Tom made the crack about her being the epitome of unselfishness and she gave him the eye roll. Such a great finale, really great way to end the season. Any legal issues regarding the free online movies on this website should be taken up with the actual file hosts themselves, as we're not affiliated with them. I couldn't figure out why Lady Violet would add to the feud between her servants by asking Denker to make broth in the first place, and then pretending I think to like it. I know it is difficult to find very young actors and actresses, but surely they could have found someone a little more lively. That being said, Mary did acknowledge that it wasn't any of her business to Henry, she just wanted to let him know.
It's probably more realistic that the undying loyalty the Crawleys get. As for Mary and Talbot, I wonder if Fellowes has any ideas to make the plot interesting. I am unsure about Matthew Goode. A lot depends on how his character turns out. Stowell and Sinderby did deserve to be taken down a notch or two.
We've all worked with a Spratt. I'm looking at you, Mary. It was played as if she was only doing what Mary wanted, but given her prior troubles and how she promised Cora she would be clean as a whistle. Talk about a breach of etiquette. And for once this season they allowed Edith to look beautiful. It's absolutely none of Mary's business. And then the camera goes to Mary across the room, and her head turns around.
I think she helped out in the caper a couple seasons ago where an embarrassing letter to one of her friends from a duke or prince got into a blackmailer's hands. Does the show really need more staff in a different house bitching at each other. You'll have to watch and see. Can someone tell me how old the children are supposed to be? Cuz the fact of her not being Jewish is still gonna cause of great deal of conflict with Sinderby. She'll probably have a happy marriage anyway, but still, I wasn't completely buying this happily ever after stuff.
Again, I don't know much about how these inheritances go, but it would seem that cutting someone off is really a big deal for the whole family dynasty. Why can't Tom fall in love with Mary or Edith? Are there still hard feelings between them because of Sybil, or am I reading too much into it? And there were no consequences to Thomas or Mary from it, which was annoying. I'm in the camp of those who think Mary was incredibly rude telling an invited guest that he shouldn't be there. It's not clear to me, was Henry Talbot invited or did he just drop in? As it stands they're both single, wealthy, aristocrats who are into each other. But other than Friends' Phoebe, does anyone think of their departed loved ones anywhere other than a version of Heaven? Hughes, though I was touched and happy for them both. I am a bit lost as to the timeline. I am wondering why Donk went to an off-brand doctor instead of going to Dr.
I have a feeling casting directors see her as a downtrodden type. It was Thomas who decided to take Sinderby down with the butler, since he was mad at Sinderby for insulting him. If it hadn't been for her, they would have thought of him as a pushy inconvenience the entire time. With a narrow escape for Thomas, a change of luck for Molesley and wedding bells for Mary, we've had to cram a lot into this week's quiz. Sure it is not as much hair to wash and dry, but to get it that ironed perfectly straight must take a lot of upkeep. Or feel the need to be eternally grateful for being rescued from future poverty.