Bertie adopt Marigold???
What's on your mind?
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Is it true that Mary and Edith have the same middle name? That is what it currently says on each wiki profile, but I wanted to hear some opinions.
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So, I have seen many headcanons about when the marry but I personally believe:
Met at the beginning of the 1888 London Season
Courted till Robert proposed around September
Had Mary 1890 (because we know it took Cora a while to get pregnant)
Had Edith 1891
Had Sybil 1894
What are your thoughts?
Also, it was common for people to meet and marry American heiresses in the same year
Based on an online article dated Dec 07, 2020 on Showbiz Cheatsheet, a second Downton Abbey movie is in the works with filming to begin spring 2021, if Covid allows. The article said Maggie Smith will be returning and that strict Covid19 precautions on set will be followed to protect the 86 year old actress. All the main cast will be returning as well as Imelda Staunton and Tuppence Middleton.
I’m in the middle of season 4. This is my second time watching the series.
Who do you prefer between O’Brien and Baxter?
Honestly, I find it hard to choose just a bit. They have their pros and cons. But I also kinda feel bad for them because the way Thomas manipulated them.
Season 1, episode 4
Mrs Hughes: "I told him (Joe Burns) no and he married to someone else"
Season 5, christmas episode
Mr Carson: "You can take as long as you like. I won't press you. Because one thing i do know - i'm not marryng anyone else"
Am I the only one who can't stand lady Mary? 🤢
Who in the household knows about Thomas' sexuality? I would imagine that Mrs. Baxter knows, but is there anyone else?
Decided to watch the series again. I loved toward the end of this episode that William decked Thomas! Thomas had it coming!
I love Downton Abbey but am curious about one thing: was it really possible to go to London, whether by train or by car, in the 1920s and come back "in time for dinner?" I haven't lived in the UK for years but when I did (1970s) it would have been a real rush, let alone in the 1920s. Can anyone comment on this?
What do you think would have happened if Downtown Abbey happened now in 2020?
In my opinion, Green should have gone into trouble for raping Anna and those other women. I mean, if they made Anna and Mr. Bates pay for some thing nether of them did, why not make Green pay for what he ACTUALLY did? I mean, come on. Please say what you think in the chat. (Also I do think that Downtown Abbey is a great show besides this one thing.)
NEWSFLASH: From an article dated Oct 29, 2020 posted on Daily Mail UK website, it stated that Maggie Smith will return for the second movie.
In my many viewing of Downtown Abbey, it comes across Dr. Clarkson is wrong on many occasions.
He was wrong about Matthew's spine illness because he didn't agree with another doctor's advice.
His decisions were over-ruled many times such as Violet when he would not allow William Mason to be brought to the Downton Abbey hospital. And, again by Robert when Evelyn Napier wanted to come to DA to recover from his war wounds.
Lastly, Sybil and Thomas tried to warn him about transferring the blind soldier who ended killing himself.
His ego has definitely gotten the better of him.
DA’s sequel film may take place around 1930 the depression era... what is your prediction on how the crawleys will deal with the new era and the depression?