The Gilded Age Season 2

Marian Shares - The Gilded Age
"In Terms Of Winning And Losing"

On The Gilded Age Season 2 Episode 8, the staff questions their future, Marian confesses her feelings to Dashiell, Jack gets welcoming news about his patent.

Reconsidering Her Loyalty - The Gilded Age
"Wonders Never Cease"

On The Gilded Age Season 2 Episode 7, against the backdrop of the biggest event in New York, Bertha begins to reconsider her loyalty to the Met.

A Looming Strike - The Gilded Age
"Warning Shots"

On The Gilded Age Season 2 Episode 6, George heads to Pittsburgh as a strike looms, and Bertha gets wind of who might be returning for the grand premiere.

Finishing Touches - The Gilded Age
"Close Encounter To Touch"

On The Gilded Age Season 2 Episode 5, Ada questions whether to move forward without her sister's support, while Agnes faces the prospect of living alone.

Fearing Her Sister - The Gilded Age
"His Grace The Duck"

On The Gilded Age Season 2 Episode 4, Bertha receives discouraging news from the Met, while Ada asks Marian to cover for her fearing her sister's disapproval.

The Opera War - The Gilded Age
"Head To Head"

On The Gilded Age Season 2 Episode 3, the opera war escalates as an unexpected guest attends Bertha's fundraising gala for the Metropolitan Opera.

Smiles All Around - The Gilded Age
"Some Sort of Trick"

On The Gilded Age Season 2 Episode 2, George informs Oscar of his decision and sends Clay to meet with union leader Mr. Henderson at his steel mill. Elsewhere, Peggy gets welcomed back to 61st Street by almost everyone, and Marian has a new match.

Donning Her Easter Bonnet - The Gilded Age
"Easter Sunday and the Opera House War"

On The Gilded Age Season 2 Episode 1, Agnes informs Ada, Marian, and Oscar on Easter Sunday about the imminent arrival of her nephew, Dashiell Montgomery, in New York.

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The Gilded Age Season 2 Quotes

Mrs. Russell: Do you think the new Metropolitan Opera will succeed?
Mr. McAllister: Members of the Academy are very determined it should not, and if you jump that way, you’ll never take Mrs. Astor with ya. My advice would be to stick with her. She’ll get you into the Academy in the end.
Mrs. Russell: I’m not much good with “in the end.” Besides, nothing stays the same forever, and I can’t always be at Mrs. Astor’s beck and call.
Mr. McAllister: Why not? I am.

The Spring family has asked us to join them in their grief for Easter, so that is what we shall do.