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Downton-abbey

Mrs. Hughes: Jesus did manage to eat with Mary Magdalene.
Mr. Molesley: We can't be sure he ate with her. He did allow her to wash his feet.
Mrs. Hughes: Well, I'll tell Ethel she has a treat in store.

I suppose she has an appropriate costume for every activity.

Violet

Ivy: He must be interested in someone. He's young, isn't he?
Thomas: Well that someone isn't you.

Dr. Clarkson: Even to ease suffering, I could never justify telling an outright lie.
Violet: Do we have nothing in common?

Mary: But not only Downton. Us. We must never take us for granted. Who knows what's coming?
Matthew: I have to take one thing for granted. That I will love you until the last breath leaves my body.
Mary: Oh my darling; me, too. Me, too.

Ethel: Can I really do it? Salmon mousse?
Mrs. Patmore: Anyone who has use of their limbs can make use of their limbs can make Salmon mousse.

Violet: I will not criticize a mother who grieves for daughter.
Robert: I think she grieves for her marriage as well.

Cora: You believed Tapsil because he's knighted and fashionable and has a practice in Harley Street. You let all that nonsense weigh against saving our daughter's life, which is what I find so very hard to forgive.
Robert: Do you think I miss her any less than you?
Cora: I should think you miss her more, since you blocked the last chance we had to prevent her death.

Is it over? When one loses a child, is it ever really over?

Cora
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