It sounds like a week with my mother-in-law. But don't be too eager to please. But I wonder, would you mind terribly if I went home tomorrow? I'll just put a note in that bag for Mrs Patmore. What makes you so sure I am? This is very daring - sitting in a pub on your own. Not fairground rubbish here, you know. Oh, don't go just yet.
She was a sweet, kind person. Well, I'd better be going. When His Lordship goes up, he just takes Mr Bates with him and stays in his club, which is no use to me. But then, we would think alike, wouldn't we? She's a woman, isn't she? Can you do me a sandwich, please? I wondered if you would allow the maids to clean during the day while the family's in Scotland? That is the thing about nature. I won't, whatever else I might blame you for. And we've a few stories to tell.
It was a nursery game. Because I I I wanted us to have a last evening together. You won't mind a foreign posting? Mr Barrow and the boys have asked to go to the same fair, and he was trying to find a way to say no. And I want to be in yours. They'll find a man sitting in an armchair.
Because I've seen you naked, and held you in my arms. And thank you for taking in Rose. He meant can we expect some time off? What's he doing up here? Let Mrs Crawley know, and get a message to Mr Crawley straight away. I'm to don a ceremonial uniform and hold mighty sway on some distant shore. You don't think it's too girlish? I must find Alfred and tell him where to look for the spice stall. Well, I've not been unhappy, you know. Unless, of course, Susan objects.
Oh, don't say you're not coming. Wszystko wskazuje na to, że jedynym możliwym spadkobiercą jest daleki kuzyn Matthew Dan Stevens. Except they're all downstairs, and I'm up. It's made me realise what a fool I've been. I hope he's worth it.
And what's your name, since you know mine? It's still orders, isn't it? She'd unsettle the other maids. What have I done wrong? You're a fine one to talk. So the chances of getting back to sleep again are nil. Whether it's his fault or not, she has to go. You're not very curious, are you? You sent an order in to Mr Cox. It's just that Wilkins here isn't quite able to understand what I'm getting at when I'm describing Lady Grantham's hair. To see him, dead on the roadside, a thick bead of blood drooling from his ear, was a shock.
Get out of my way. If you change your mind at any point and want to come home, just tell me. Straight on to the wagonette. Had you already seen him? Mrs Kearney's dress shop in Ripon. When did you last see a gold sovereign? I just wish I was there with her.
Have you really never been? I hope you don't think her rude. I'd be interested to know. Not that he'll change his ways much, if he's like most men. It might do him good to let it all go for once. Would you like a peppermint? You don't need my permission.
Every penny I had, but it wasn't much. Mr Barrow's going in to Thirsk. Edna, air the room and make up the bed while I go and talk to Mrs Patmore. Rose was just saying how nice your hair looks tonight. But then, we don't always get our just desserts. I'll go in search of him, poor fellow, if he hasn't come back. Get Mr Matthew's car taken to the station, and have the others brought here.