|Matthew returns from the front|
|Daisy does the right thing!|
|Bates and Anna in church|
|"Is this an instrument of communication or torture?"|
- "I am no Jacobin revolutionary. Nor do I seek to overthrow the civilized world. We just need one bed for a young man from this village."
- "It always happens when you give these little people power. It goes to their heads like strong drink."
- "Is this an instrument of communication or torture?"
- "Sometimes we must let the blow fall by degrees."
- "I hope it's not vulgar in me to suggest that you find some way to overcome your scruples."
- "I have a cold." Sniff!
|Nurse Mary and Matthew- tender moment|
|Mrs. Hughs takes food swiped from Downton to Ethel and her baby|
Other quotes from this episode:
- "I'd rather have the right man than the right wedding." Love Anna and Bates!
- "I feel I've led him up the garden path with all that nonsense. I'm ashamed, I'm so ashamed." Poor Daisy.
- "I'm not standing by while she brings misery and ruin on my lady," O'Brien huffs. "You started it all," Thomas responds.
- Thomas wants to shake William's hand before he dies. "Is that sentiment or superstition in case he haunts you?" says O'Brien
- "Have you got a handkerchief? I never seem to have one in moments of crisis." Poor Lavinia!
- Vera Bates calls Anna a "floozy". Harrumph!
- "My husband works for them. We're not on good terms." Vera, really! Not on good terms?
- "I don't think asking permission is his strongest suit." Oh dear Mary, Sir Richard really is a slimy one.
- "It seems such a long time since I turned you down and now look at me - an impotent cripple stinking of sick. What a reversal. You have to admit it's quite funny." Not really, Matthew.
- " I'll die if I can't be with him."
|Daisy at the wedding|