Downton Abbey Season 6 Episode 7: "607" Quotes
Isobel: I suspect she's quite a tough nut.
Violet: And I'm quite a tough nutcracker.
Violet: You're a cruel little miss, aren't you? I'd feel sorry for Larry, if I didn't dislike him so much.
Miss Crookshank: I shall forget you said that, but you should go now. Much more, and we may feel awkward when we meet. Which we are bound to do.
Violet: I think not, Miss Crookshank. Not if I see you first.
Daisy: Well, I'm glad. You deserve it.
Molesley: I never think I deserve anything. Perhaps I've been wrong all along.
Violet: Do you enjoy weddings?
Isobel: Yes. But I'm not going to that one. I'd feel like the wicked fairy at the christening of Sleeping Beauty.
Robert: What's he got that fascinates Mary when poor old Tony's rolling acres and glistening coronet didn't? You'll say sex appeal, but isn't Mary too sensible?
Cora: We have a very contrary daughter.
Carson: What's so funny?
Mrs. Hughes: Just life, Mr. Carson. Just life.
Anna: They do say that opposites attract.
Mary: Yes, they attract. But do they live happily ever after?
Henry: I want to surround you with people murmuring, "Isn't he divine?" or "You'd be mad to let him go."
Mary: Suppose they say, "I shouldn't have thought a racing driver was your sort of thing at all"?
Henry: They don't have to, you've already said it.
Mrs. Hughes: They don't live badly, you have to concede.
Mr. Carson: They live as they're supposed to live. It has its burdens and its benefits.
Mrs. Hughes: Better than a life of just burden.
Tom: You're frightened of being hurt again. But let me tell you this: You will be hurt again, and so will I, because being hurt is part of being alive. But that is no reason to give up on the man who is right for you.