Mrs. Aurora Fane at luncheon - The Gilded Age

Mrs. Aurora Fane at luncheon - The Gilded Age

Mrs. Aurora Fane (Kelli O'Hara) attends luncheon with the Russells.
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Gladys Russell - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Gladys Russell - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Gladys Russell (Taissa Farmiga) is surprised at her mother's change of heart.
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Agnes, Marian, and Ada - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Agnes, Marian, and Ada - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Marian (Louisa Jacobson) tells her aunts (Christine Baranski, Cynthia Nixon) that she is going to luncheon at the Russell home.
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Reading the Paper - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Reading the Paper - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Miss Ada Brook (Cynthia Nixon) catches up on the news of the day.
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Mrs. Van Rhijn's Moment - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Mrs. Van Rhijn's Moment - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Agnes Van Rhijn (Christine Baranski) finds herself in an awkward position.
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Mrs. Scott at the Piano - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Mrs. Scott at the Piano - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Mrs. Dorothy Scott (Audra McDonald) plays the piano while she waits.
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Mrs. Scott Pleads - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Mrs. Scott Pleads - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Mrs. Dorothy Scott (Audra McDonald) wants to keep the family together.
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In Attendance - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

In Attendance - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Miss Peggy Scott (Denee Benton) attends a Red Cross board meeting.
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A Beautiful Home - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

A Beautiful Home - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Mrs. Russell (Carrie Coon) lives in a beautiful palace, but what is the true cost?
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Her Beautiful Home - Tall - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Her Beautiful Home - Tall - The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6

Mrs. Russell (Carrie Coon) has a beautiful home, but what is the true cost?
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The Gilded Age Season 1 Episode 6 Quotes

I applaud your enthusiasm and I envy your freedom.

Miss Marian Brook

To act on impulse is to make one’s self a hostage to ridicule.

Agnes Van Rhijn