Baxter asks Molesley if the Bates have had a falling out.
Ivy receives a letter from Alfred, who wants to marry her.
Isobel thinks Tom should he should put his name forward for a seat in local politics.
Mary tells Anna Lord Gillingham might break at the Abbey again on his way through, and Anna shares with Mary who attacked her.
Jack Ross journeys to Yorkshire to visit Rose and Tom spots them in a public restaurant. He later tells Mary
Molesley tells Baxter to give the staff enough credit to make up their minds about her independent of Thomas Barrow.
Tom runs into Sarah Bunting again in town and learns she works at the school.
Edith wants to use Mr. Drew as a way to keep the baby, but Rosamund disagrees and suggests she and Edith go away and give the baby up for adoption.
Lord Gillingham and Mr. Blake banter over Mary at dinner.
Bates tries to get information on Mr. Green.
Mary confronts Rose about Jack Ross, and Rose declares she expects to marry him so that she can see her mummy's face crumble upon the news.
Gillingham has made up his mind to break off the engagement.
Daisy and Ivy argue over Alfred as Mrs. Patmore attempts to referee.
Violet asks Rosamund and Edith over to tea to ask the truth about what is going on.
There's a bazaar coming to Downton.
Mary is off to London and wants to take Anna with her.
Tom finds Sarah on the road and repairs her car.
Violet thinks Rosamund is right in her assessment of Edith's situation, and she wants to pay for her expenses lest Edith be in Rosamund's debt.
Mary visits and speaks with Jack Ross and tells him she wants to shock her mother more than she loves Jack. Jack assures Mary he won't be marrying Rose because he loves her. Mary tells Jack that if the world were different, she wouldn't want him to give up any more than he wanted to.
Mary shares with Anna that she must talk to Gillingham about Green.
Gillingham has canceled his engagement and refuses to give up on Mary.
After Isobel and Lord Merton got on well, he sends flowers for her and asks forgiveness for being tactless.
Robert comes back during the church bazaar.
Daisy goes to see Mr. Mason and has a lovely picnic.
Alfred hopes to see Daisy to be friends before he leaves.
Mr. Mason advises Daisy to say goodbye to Alfred because there aren't many people you love in life, and you should end things so there aren't any rough edges.
Gillingham arrives at the bazaar to tell Mary Green was found dead.
After being dispatched to a tenant farmers meeting in Whitby, Blake stops at Downtown.
Molesley stands up for Baxter when Thomas tries to get information from her.
Alfred tells Daisy he was blinded by what he saw in Ivy, but Daisy says it's too late for them and he needs to go. They'll be friends forever.
Mary sees her two suitors off.
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
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