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When Bates and Anna and Downton's staff conspire to get the royal staff out of the way so they can serve dinner, Carson objects, but Mrs Hughes reminds him of the way he was treated by Wilson. Wilson receives a prank call ordering him to send the royal footmen up to London (the call actually being made by royal valet Richard Ellis, in cahoots with Thomas Barrow). Wilson then has [[Joseph Molesley|Molesley]], [[Andrew Parker|Andy]], and [[Albert]] prepare themselves, ordering them to not let the royals think they are being served by anyone other than their own staff. [[Beryl Patmore|Mrs Patmore]] then spills sauce on him, angering him. He goes to his room to change, but Andy secretly locks him in. He calls for help, but no one comes.
 
When Bates and Anna and Downton's staff conspire to get the royal staff out of the way so they can serve dinner, Carson objects, but Mrs Hughes reminds him of the way he was treated by Wilson. Wilson receives a prank call ordering him to send the royal footmen up to London (the call actually being made by royal valet Richard Ellis, in cahoots with Thomas Barrow). Wilson then has [[Joseph Molesley|Molesley]], [[Andrew Parker|Andy]], and [[Albert]] prepare themselves, ordering them to not let the royals think they are being served by anyone other than their own staff. [[Beryl Patmore|Mrs Patmore]] then spills sauce on him, angering him. He goes to his room to change, but Andy secretly locks him in. He calls for help, but no one comes.
   
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The following morning, Wilson and the royal staff are upset at what has happened, but Carson and Mrs Hughes remind them the dinner was a success, with the Queen herself sending down compliments and that perhaps it would be best to not say anything. Wilson asks what to do if they are asked, Carson simply says they should say there was a confusion.
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The following morning, Wilson and the royal staff are upset at what has happened, but Carson and Mrs Hughes remind them the dinner was a success, with the Queen herself sending down compliments and that perhaps it would be best to not say anything. Wilson asks what to do if they are asked, Carson simply says they should say there was a terrible confusion.
   
 
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