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|name = James Kent
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|title = First Footman
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|address = Downton Abbey, Downton, Yorkshire.
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|address = [[Downton Abbey]], [[Downton]], [[Yorkshire]] (formerly)
 
|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
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|height = 5'10" (1,78 m)
 
|hair = Blond
 
|hair = Blond
 
|eyes = Blue
 
|eyes = Blue
|loyalty = Downton Abbey
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|loyalty = [[Downton Abbey]] (formerly)<br>[[Thomas Barrow]]<br>[[Ivy Stuart]]
 
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|portrayedby = [[Ed Speleers]]|family = Mr. Kent (father)†<br>Mrs. Kent (mother)†<br>Cousins}}
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|portrayedby = [[Ed Speleers]]|family = Mr Kent (father) †<br>Mrs Kent (mother) †<br>Unnamed cousins|job = First Footman at Downton Abbey (formerly)<br>Footman for [[Lady Anstruther]] (formerly)|titles = Jimmy (used by the Downton staff (except for [[Charles Carson]] and [[Elsie Hughes]]) and the [[Dowager Lady Anstruther]])<br> A vain and silly flirt (by [[Elsie Hughes]])<br> That young whippersnapper (by [[Elsie Hughes]])}}
'''James “Jimmy” Kent''' joins Downton in 1920 as footman alongside [[Sarah O'Brien]]'s nephew [[Alfred Nugent]]. [[Ivy Stuart]] takes a fancy to Jimmy,<ref>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/downton-abbey/9485702/Downton-Abbey-love-triangle-to-shake-up-life-downstairs.html.</ref>and so does [[Thomas Barrow]]. Thomas at one point walks in on Jimmy (perhaps aroused) when he was shirtless, surprising him.
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{{Quote|I want to travel the world, meet beautiful women, drink champagne.|Jimmy explaining his dreams to [[Ivy Stuart]].|Episode 4.04}}
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'''James “Jimmy” Kent''' started working at [[Downton Abbey]] in 1920 as a footman. He was later promoted to first footman by [[Robert Crawley]].
   
Jimmy is ambitious and in Carson's words, "sure of himself." O'Brien takes advantage of Jimmy's ambition after Thomas bullied her nephew. Whether she knows of Thomas' sexual orientation or simply suspects it, O'Brien urges Jimmy to stay close to Thomas due to his work experience and him being the lord's valet. Since Thomas is attracted to Jimmy, Thomas gladly takes him under his wing.<ref>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/downton-abbey/9485702/Downton-Abbey-love-triangle-to-shake-up-life-downstairs.html.</ref> Jimmy feels uncomfortable with Thomas' behaviour towards him but, initially, O'Brien dispels his concerns and encourages him to stay close to Thomas.
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== Biography ==
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=== Background ===
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Jimmy's father died in the Great War, and his mother from Spanish flu. All he has left, he tells [[Thomas Barrow]], are "cousins." He plays the piano, [[Anna Bates]] remarking at one point it was nice to have another piano player downstairs (In reference to [[William Mason]] who had also died).
   
Jimmy's father died in the Great War, and his mother from Spanish flu. All he has left he tells Thomas are "cousins." He plays the piano, Anna remarking at one point it was nice to have another piano player downstairs, in reference to [[William Mason]].
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Jimmy previously worked as footman to the [[Dowager Lady Anstruther]]. She wanted him to move with her to [[France]], but he did not want to go, saying to [[Charles Carson|Mr Carson]] he did not think he would fancy the food.
   
Jimmy previously worked as footman to the Dowager Lady Anstruther, and has a "natural air of confidence and grace" that Alfred does not have, and "takes the role of first footman, as a natural right, a bone of contention." [[Charles Carson|Mr Carson]] insists he go by his proper name instead of his nickname upstairs. Jimmy is furious at that because he has never been called James in his life; even to Lady Anstruther he was called Jimmy. But Carson insists he is James now and will remain James as long as he at Downton. She wanted him to move with her to France, but he did not want to go, saying to Carson he did not think he would fancy the food. When he said to Carson that he knew how women can be, Carson said not as much as he thinks Jimmy did.
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=== 1920 ===
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Jimmy started working at Downton alongside [[Sarah O'Brien]]'s nephew [[Alfred Nugent]]. Jimmy has a "natural air of confidence and grace" that Alfred does not have, and "takes the role of first footman, as a natural right, a bone of contention." [[Charles Carson|Mr Carson]] insisted he go by his proper name instead of his nickname upstairs. Jimmy was furious at that because he had never been called James in his life; even to Lady Anstruther he was called Jimmy. But Carson insisted he was James now and would remain James as long as he was at Downton.
   
[[File:3x08-downton-abbey-32680150-958-533-1-.jpg|left|thumb|Jimmy at the 1920 cricket match.]]One night when Jimmy is asleep, Thomas sneaks in and kisses him thinking his feelings will be returned, but Jimmy is angry at Thomas for what he has done and Alfred catches him. Jimmy indicates he feels nothing for Thomas, leaving him devastated. After being encouraged to do so by O'Brien, Jimmy demands that Thomas be sacked and given no reference and threatens to inform the police of Thomas's actions if Mr Carson doesn't do so, fearing he will be suspected of being gay himself. His angry insistence on Thomas going alienated him from many other staff members, who cannot understand what is going on. [[Elsie Hughes|Mrs.&nbsp;Hughes]] thinks Jimmy might have unintentionally led Thomas on, calling Jimmy "a vain and silly flirt" and a "young whipper snapper." He is later persuaded to let the matter drop, admitting that he personally never wanted to go as far as he did. In order to placate Jimmy and to get him to agree to work with Thomas in future, [[Robert Crawley|Lord Grantham]] informs Jimmy that he has been made first footman, much to the suprise of Mr Carson. Jimmy still is upset that Thomas is staying on.
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[[Ivy Stuart]] took a fancy to Jimmy, and so did [[Thomas Barrow]].
   
In the [[2012 Christmas Special]] Jimmy at first still appears uncomfortable around Thomas, not wanting to be seen to be alone with him or accept the gift of a drink when Thomas offers to buy everyone one. Later, whilst at the fair that most of the staff attend Jimmy wins some money betting on the Downton Abbey team in a tug of war match. At the last minute he asks [[Tufton]] to join them - a large man - and Downton wins and Jimmy wins his bet. He proceeds to get drunk and flash his money around and whilst he is walking alone two men attempt to rob him. Thomas appears and steps in to protect him and is beaten and robbed in his place after Jimmy runs away and leaves him. Jimmy fetches [[Dr. Richard Clarkson]] and some of the other staff for Thomas and stays silent whilst Thomas fails to say what really happened and so avoids telling everyone that Jimmy left him alone to face the two men and get beaten.
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O'Brien took advantage of Jimmy's ambition after Thomas bullied her nephew, Alfred. Whether she knew of Thomas' sexual orientation or simply suspected it, O'Brien urged Jimmy to stay close to Thomas due to his work experience, as Thomas had previously been in the same job as Jimmy. O'Brien also said that because Thomas was at the time, [[Robert Crawley]]'s valet, he had influence with him and Jimmy should stay on his good side. Since Thomas was attracted to Jimmy, Thomas gladly took him under his wing. Thomas at one point walked in on Jimmy when he was shirtless, which surprised him. Thomas also helped him with his duties, among other things teaching him how to take care of the households clocks, and stood very close as he did so - uncomfortably close for Jimmy. Jimmy felt uncomfortable with Thomas' behaviour towards him but, initially, O'Brien dispelled Jimmy's concerns and encouraged him to stay close to Thomas.
   
Jimmy later goes to see Thomas alone in his room and ask if he is alright. Jimmy says that Thomas was "brave" and that he feels bad for leaving him. Thomas reveals that he was following Jimmy that day as he had seen that Jimmy had had too much to drink. When Jimmy asks why he was doing this Thomas says that Jimmy "knows why", implying that he still has feelings for Jimmy. Jimmy says that he can never give Thomas what he wants. Thomas says that he understands and doesn't ask for it, but would like them to be friends. Jimmy says he can do that if it is only being friends and the scene ends on them chatting over a newspaper.
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[[File:3x08-downton-abbey-32680150-958-533-1-.jpg|left|thumb|Jimmy at the 1920 cricket match.]]One night when Jimmy was asleep, Thomas sneaked in and kissed him thinking his feelings would be returned, but Jimmy was angry at Thomas for what he had done, and Alfred caught him. Jimmy indicated he felt nothing for Thomas, leaving him devastated. After being encouraged to do so by O'Brien, Jimmy demanded that Thomas be sacked and given no reference and threatened to inform the police of Thomas' actions if Mr Carson did not do so. These actions were fueled O'Brien's influence, as she suggested to Jimmy that he would be suspected of being gay himself if he didn't act. His angry insistence on Thomas going alienated him from many other staff members, who could not understand what was going on. [[Elsie Hughes|Mrs Hughes]] thought Jimmy might have unintentionally led Thomas on, calling Jimmy "a vain and silly flirt" and a "young whippersnapper." Jimmy was later persuaded to let the matter drop, and admitted that he personally never wanted things to go as far as they did. In order to placate Jimmy and to get him to agree to work with Thomas in future, Robert Crawley informed Jimmy that he had been made first footman, much to the surprise and dislike of Mr Carson. Jimmy was, at that point, still upset that Thomas was staying on.
   
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=== September 1921 ===
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A year after the above events Jimmy still appeared uncomfortable around Thomas, not wanting to be seen to be alone with him or accept the gift of a drink when Thomas offered to buy everyone one. Whilst at [[Thirsk]] fair that a lot of the staff attended, Jimmy won some money betting on the [[Downton Abbey]] team in a tug of war match. At the last minute he asked [[Jos Tufton]] to join them - a large man - and Downton won and Jimmy won his bet. He proceeded to get drunk and flash his money around and whilst he was walking alone two men attempted to rob him. Thomas appeared and stepped in to protect Jimmy and was beaten and robbed in his place after Jimmy ran away and left him. Jimmy fetched [[Richard Clarkson|Dr Clarkson]] and some of the other staff for Thomas and stayed silent whilst Thomas failed to say what had really happened and so avoided telling everyone that Jimmy left him alone to face the two men and get beaten.
   
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Jimmy later went to see Thomas alone in his room and asked if he was alright. Jimmy said that Thomas was "brave" and that he felt bad for leaving him. Thomas revealed that he was following Jimmy that day as he had seen that Jimmy had had too much to drink. When Jimmy asked why he was doing this Thomas said that Jimmy "knows why", implying that he still had feelings for Jimmy. Jimmy said that he could never give Thomas what he wanted. Thomas replied that he understood and didn't ask for it, but would like them to be friends. Jimmy said he could do that if it was only being friends and the scene ended on them chatting over a newspaper.
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=== 1922 ===
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[[File:Th-11--ivyjim.jpg|thumb|Jimmy and Ivy in the boot room.]]
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By 1922, it seemed [[Ivy Stuart]] had captured Jimmy's attention (though Alfred believes Jimmy is only doing it to make him angry). On Valentine's Day, Alfred sent Ivy a card but she believed it was from Jimmy, and Jimmy let her think that when in truth he sent none to Downton (just his former employer Lady Anstruther, who had returned from [[France]]). 
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Jimmy and Ivy danced, and were later kissing in the downstairs boot room when Alfred walked in on them. He did however upset her when he acted rudely toward Alfred about pursuing his dream as a chef, whereas everyone else downstairs was encouraging him.
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Jimmy also helped [[Anna Bates|Anna]] and [[Rose MacClare|Rose]] get away from a dance hall in [[York]] following a fight having broke out. He also sees Rose dressed as a servant after bidding farewell to [[Samuel Thawley]]. Rose asks him to be silent and she will be his friend forever.
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Jimmy continues taking Ivy out, but when he heightens his advances beyond kissing, Ivy pushes him off, especially after he insists she return the favor for his good treatment of her. Later he tells Thomas he won't be pursuing her anymore, dismissing it as a waste of time and money, hinting he may not have been in love with her after all.
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His promised friendship with [[Thomas Barrow|Thomas]] seems to have progressed, with them comfortably playing cards together. When Thomas goes to America as the temporary valet to [[Robert Crawley|Lord Grantham]] Thomas says he hopes to see Jimmy with a girl from the village by the time he returns. No signs of Thomas' former affection for Jimmy are outwardly seen.
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=== 1924 ===
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Jimmy's former employer Lady Anstruther arrives at Downton Abbey, Jimmy is surprised and so are others. Lady Anstruther puts a note she wrote into Jimmy's coat pocket whilst he was serving her at Lord and Lady Grantham's 34th wedding anniversary dinner party and this gesture did not go unnoticed. Later that night Jimmy, accompanied by Thomas goes to the guest bedrooms, Thomas offers to vouch for Jimmy while he beds with Lady Anstruther. However later that night, Thomas sees fire in Lady Edith's bedroom and leaves his post to go and rescue her, when others are notified of the spreading fire in Edith's bedroom and start to evacuate, Lord Grantham checks the bedrooms to warn others to get out when suddenly while opening one of the guest bedrooms, he catches his footman Jimmy in bed with Lady Anstruther, he warns them to get out as there is a fire. Furthermore, after the fire has been contained and put out, Lord Grantham tells Carson to dismiss Jimmy. Jimmy leaves the next day, not without saying a farewell to Thomas saying that they were friends and how he met him and he hopes that Thomas will find some happiness and then Jimmy leaves.
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== Personality ==
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[[File:Jimmy-1-.jpg|thumb|left]]Jimmy is ambitious and confident, being in [[Charles Carson|Mr Carson]]'s words, "sure of himself." His ambition leads him to be easily influenced by others, as he is manipulated by O'Brien to stay close to Thomas for the advantage it may give his job, when he is in fact unsure and uncomfortable around him.
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Jimmy is also a flirt, and could be seen as vain as he takes very good care of his appearance. He is called by [[Elsie Hughes|Mrs Hughes]] "a vain and silly flirt". He flirts with Ivy and Mrs Hughes even thinks he may have unintentionally led Thomas on. He can also be selfish, arrogant, and rude, as shown when he makes advances on Ivy, when Daisy plans to pursue becoming a chef and later visits Downton, and after [[Joseph Molesley]] bests him at a game at the bazaar.
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Latest revision as of 03:35, July 30, 2019

"I want to travel the world, meet beautiful women, drink champagne."
—Jimmy explaining his dreams to Ivy Stuart.[src]

James “Jimmy” Kent started working at Downton Abbey in 1920 as a footman. He was later promoted to first footman by Robert Crawley.

Biography Edit

Background Edit

Jimmy's father died in the Great War, and his mother from Spanish flu. All he has left, he tells Thomas Barrow, are "cousins." He plays the piano, Anna Bates remarking at one point it was nice to have another piano player downstairs (In reference to William Mason who had also died).

Jimmy previously worked as footman to the Dowager Lady Anstruther. She wanted him to move with her to France, but he did not want to go, saying to Mr Carson he did not think he would fancy the food.

1920 Edit

Jimmy started working at Downton alongside Sarah O'Brien's nephew Alfred Nugent. Jimmy has a "natural air of confidence and grace" that Alfred does not have, and "takes the role of first footman, as a natural right, a bone of contention." Mr Carson insisted he go by his proper name instead of his nickname upstairs. Jimmy was furious at that because he had never been called James in his life; even to Lady Anstruther he was called Jimmy. But Carson insisted he was James now and would remain James as long as he was at Downton.

Ivy Stuart took a fancy to Jimmy, and so did Thomas Barrow.

O'Brien took advantage of Jimmy's ambition after Thomas bullied her nephew, Alfred. Whether she knew of Thomas' sexual orientation or simply suspected it, O'Brien urged Jimmy to stay close to Thomas due to his work experience, as Thomas had previously been in the same job as Jimmy. O'Brien also said that because Thomas was at the time, Robert Crawley's valet, he had influence with him and Jimmy should stay on his good side. Since Thomas was attracted to Jimmy, Thomas gladly took him under his wing. Thomas at one point walked in on Jimmy when he was shirtless, which surprised him. Thomas also helped him with his duties, among other things teaching him how to take care of the households clocks, and stood very close as he did so - uncomfortably close for Jimmy. Jimmy felt uncomfortable with Thomas' behaviour towards him but, initially, O'Brien dispelled Jimmy's concerns and encouraged him to stay close to Thomas.

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Jimmy at the 1920 cricket match.

One night when Jimmy was asleep, Thomas sneaked in and kissed him thinking his feelings would be returned, but Jimmy was angry at Thomas for what he had done, and Alfred caught him. Jimmy indicated he felt nothing for Thomas, leaving him devastated. After being encouraged to do so by O'Brien, Jimmy demanded that Thomas be sacked and given no reference and threatened to inform the police of Thomas' actions if Mr Carson did not do so. These actions were fueled O'Brien's influence, as she suggested to Jimmy that he would be suspected of being gay himself if he didn't act. His angry insistence on Thomas going alienated him from many other staff members, who could not understand what was going on. Mrs Hughes thought Jimmy might have unintentionally led Thomas on, calling Jimmy "a vain and silly flirt" and a "young whippersnapper." Jimmy was later persuaded to let the matter drop, and admitted that he personally never wanted things to go as far as they did. In order to placate Jimmy and to get him to agree to work with Thomas in future, Robert Crawley informed Jimmy that he had been made first footman, much to the surprise and dislike of Mr Carson. Jimmy was, at that point, still upset that Thomas was staying on.

September 1921 Edit

A year after the above events Jimmy still appeared uncomfortable around Thomas, not wanting to be seen to be alone with him or accept the gift of a drink when Thomas offered to buy everyone one. Whilst at Thirsk fair that a lot of the staff attended, Jimmy won some money betting on the Downton Abbey team in a tug of war match. At the last minute he asked Jos Tufton to join them - a large man - and Downton won and Jimmy won his bet. He proceeded to get drunk and flash his money around and whilst he was walking alone two men attempted to rob him. Thomas appeared and stepped in to protect Jimmy and was beaten and robbed in his place after Jimmy ran away and left him. Jimmy fetched Dr Clarkson and some of the other staff for Thomas and stayed silent whilst Thomas failed to say what had really happened and so avoided telling everyone that Jimmy left him alone to face the two men and get beaten.

Jimmy later went to see Thomas alone in his room and asked if he was alright. Jimmy said that Thomas was "brave" and that he felt bad for leaving him. Thomas revealed that he was following Jimmy that day as he had seen that Jimmy had had too much to drink. When Jimmy asked why he was doing this Thomas said that Jimmy "knows why", implying that he still had feelings for Jimmy. Jimmy said that he could never give Thomas what he wanted. Thomas replied that he understood and didn't ask for it, but would like them to be friends. Jimmy said he could do that if it was only being friends and the scene ended on them chatting over a newspaper.

1922 Edit

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Jimmy and Ivy in the boot room.

By 1922, it seemed Ivy Stuart had captured Jimmy's attention (though Alfred believes Jimmy is only doing it to make him angry). On Valentine's Day, Alfred sent Ivy a card but she believed it was from Jimmy, and Jimmy let her think that when in truth he sent none to Downton (just his former employer Lady Anstruther, who had returned from France). 

Jimmy and Ivy danced, and were later kissing in the downstairs boot room when Alfred walked in on them. He did however upset her when he acted rudely toward Alfred about pursuing his dream as a chef, whereas everyone else downstairs was encouraging him.

Jimmy also helped Anna and Rose get away from a dance hall in York following a fight having broke out. He also sees Rose dressed as a servant after bidding farewell to Samuel Thawley. Rose asks him to be silent and she will be his friend forever.

Jimmy continues taking Ivy out, but when he heightens his advances beyond kissing, Ivy pushes him off, especially after he insists she return the favor for his good treatment of her. Later he tells Thomas he won't be pursuing her anymore, dismissing it as a waste of time and money, hinting he may not have been in love with her after all.

His promised friendship with Thomas seems to have progressed, with them comfortably playing cards together. When Thomas goes to America as the temporary valet to Lord Grantham Thomas says he hopes to see Jimmy with a girl from the village by the time he returns. No signs of Thomas' former affection for Jimmy are outwardly seen.

1924 Edit

Jimmy's former employer Lady Anstruther arrives at Downton Abbey, Jimmy is surprised and so are others. Lady Anstruther puts a note she wrote into Jimmy's coat pocket whilst he was serving her at Lord and Lady Grantham's 34th wedding anniversary dinner party and this gesture did not go unnoticed. Later that night Jimmy, accompanied by Thomas goes to the guest bedrooms, Thomas offers to vouch for Jimmy while he beds with Lady Anstruther. However later that night, Thomas sees fire in Lady Edith's bedroom and leaves his post to go and rescue her, when others are notified of the spreading fire in Edith's bedroom and start to evacuate, Lord Grantham checks the bedrooms to warn others to get out when suddenly while opening one of the guest bedrooms, he catches his footman Jimmy in bed with Lady Anstruther, he warns them to get out as there is a fire. Furthermore, after the fire has been contained and put out, Lord Grantham tells Carson to dismiss Jimmy. Jimmy leaves the next day, not without saying a farewell to Thomas saying that they were friends and how he met him and he hopes that Thomas will find some happiness and then Jimmy leaves.

Personality Edit

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Jimmy is ambitious and confident, being in Mr Carson's words, "sure of himself." His ambition leads him to be easily influenced by others, as he is manipulated by O'Brien to stay close to Thomas for the advantage it may give his job, when he is in fact unsure and uncomfortable around him.

Jimmy is also a flirt, and could be seen as vain as he takes very good care of his appearance. He is called by Mrs Hughes "a vain and silly flirt". He flirts with Ivy and Mrs Hughes even thinks he may have unintentionally led Thomas on. He can also be selfish, arrogant, and rude, as shown when he makes advances on Ivy, when Daisy plans to pursue becoming a chef and later visits Downton, and after Joseph Molesley bests him at a game at the bazaar.

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