Gah. What a relief to be able to have a drink in public. Down with prohibition!

Robert

Isobel: I'm a feeble substitute for the entire Crowley family.
Violet: Hmmm. Yes, but you're better than nothing.
Isobel: How warming you make that sound.

I'll ask Mrs. Patmore for some refreshment for the village people.

Mrs. Hughes

Molesley: I thought I'd make some coffee, would you like a cup?
Baxter: No thank you.
Molesley: It's just a cup of coffee, you won't have to surrender any of your independence.

Blimey. He puts a lot in a letter does Alfred.

Mrs. Patmore

Blake: By the time we got back, we looked like we had been wrestling in mud.
Gillingham: And had you?
Mary: No. We had to leave something for another time.

Blake: I don't deserve such attention.
Mary: You certainly do. You saved our bacon. Quite literally.

I am killing the wanted child of the man I am in love with and you're asking if I've thought about it?

Edith

So I'd be welcome in your drawing room, would I? Have you met my niece and her charming bastard?

Edith

Robert: Don't be vulgar. What do you know of such matters?
Mary: I've been married. I know everything.

You see Tom, things can happen at Downton that nobody could imagine only a few years ago. Think about that before you throw in the towel.

Isobel

Jack Ross: Well. She's quite a character.
Mrs. Hughes: Lady Rose? That's one word for her.

Downton Abbey Quotes

My dear. A lack of compassion can be as vulgar as an excess of tears.

Violet

Anna, help me do battle with this monstrosity. It looks like a creature from the lost world.

Violet