Anybody ever seen this season one deleted scene?
(Scene begins with Gwen, William, Daisy, and Thomas strolling along the fair grounds.)
Thomas: An evening of mystery. Mrs. Hughes out on the tails, all dolled up like a dog's dinner, then Mr. Crawley hurries into the library followed by his Lordship."
Gwen: What are you suggesting?
Thomas: There are more things in heaven than earth, Horatio.
William: Who's Horatio?
(Thomas sighs, stamps out his cigarette, and takes Daisy's hand)
Thomas: Come on, Daisy.
(They run together towards a ride and climb the stairs to the top. William looks sad)
Gwen: Cheer up. It may never happen.
William: It already has. Who is Horatio?
What was Gwen referring to? Daisy falling in love with Thomas? If so, it doesn't make sense, because Daisy was already obviously in love with him. It was obvious to everybody who set foot in the servants' hall. Was she referring to Daisy potentially having sex with Thomas (who, despite being gay, may have been able to perform in an attempt to "convert" himself and/or to further torment William)? After all, there are very few gay men who have never experimented with opposite sex relations, and I'm sure that there were even fewer back then, since the penalty for homosexuality was death.