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The business of life is the acquisition of memories. In the end that's all there is.

Carson

Honestly Papa. Edith's about as mysterious as a bucket. She's gone to see Gregson.

Mary

It's not complicated. I've made a long journey to ask a short question. Will you marry me?

Lord Gillingham

Bates: Kiss me. Please. Or tell me what's happened. One or the other.
Anna: Don't bully me.
Bates: Anna, you're upset. You're unhappy and I don't know why. You say it's not me and I hope that's true, but there is a reason and I need to find out what it is. I won't press you now if it makes things worse, but in the end, I will find out.

Maybe it's best if he goes. Sometimes you can spend too much time on a one-sided love.

Mrs. Patmore

Mrs. Hughes: But the poor man's heart is breaking for not knowing.
Anna: Better a broken heart than a broken neck.

Edna: Don't worry, if it happens, I mean to make a go of it, being you're wife. I won't hold you back. You won't have any regrets.
Tom: I'm already full of regrets. There is nothing but regret in me.

Edna: And don't say I'm not good enough. If you were good enough for Lady Sybil Crawley, then I'm good enough for you.
Tom: Don't speak her name!

Papa, you're always saying how we're not the owners of Downton, but the caretakers. Very well, now let's take care of it.

Mary

I'll never love again as I love you in this moment, and I must have something to remember.

Gillingham
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Downton Abbey Season 4 Episode 3 Quotes

The business of life is the acquisition of memories. In the end that's all there is.

Carson

Papa, you're always saying how we're not the owners of Downton, but the caretakers. Very well, now let's take care of it.

Mary
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