however-whatever-whenever:

7/8. Secrets could be exposed as Rosamund arrives at Downton following Edith’s shock departure. Rose is delighted to introduce Atticus and his parents to the Abbey, while Anna and Bates start thinking about a fresh start, now that the worst of their problems are seemingly behind them. Molesley is concerned to see Daisy becoming disillusioned with her studies, and Isobel makes a happy announcement, but there may be trouble ahead. Violet has her hands full with her warring servants, while Mary and Blake seize an opportunity to send Gillingham a strong message.

Wouldn’t it be great if the opportunity Mary and Blake seize is learning from the Bates that Tony is responsible for Greens death? And they send him a strong “back off creep!” message by sending him to prison?

however-whatever-whenever:

You think I’m a murderer. S5E6
OK. Breathe. Let’s get to this and get all the secrets out. 


Do we think this is their bedroom? Or kitchen?And What is this casual attire our Bates is wearing??

however-whatever-whenever:

You think I’m a murderer. S5E6

OK. Breathe. Let’s get to this and get all the secrets out. 

Do we think this is their bedroom? Or kitchen?

And What is this casual attire our Bates is wearing??

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"Nothing bad is ever going to happen to you again."

"Nothing bad is ever going to happen to you again."

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however-whatever-whenever:

You think I’m a murderer. S5E6

OK. Breathe. Let’s get to this and get all the secrets out. 

however-whatever-whenever:

You think I’m a murderer. S5E6

OK. Breathe. Let’s get to this and get all the secrets out. 

bannatnd:

Found something about DA ep5 a bit about A/B in the TV Magazine in The Sun

'Anna's troubled when the police turn up to interview Lady Mary about Green's death. And they seem very interested in how Anna reacted to news of his demise.

The frequent presence of police at Downton gets the staff talking as an inspector from Scotland Yard arrives to question Lady Mary and Anna- should Bates be worried?’

Have the police interviewed Gillingham, seeing as he was Greens employer who was going to sack him?

And if they are concerned about how Anna reacted to the news of Greens death, do they also ask Mary she learned about the news —- that Gillingham was the one who told her?

I hope Mary tells them Gillingham brought her the news - so if he knew - and Green told others Gillingham was going to/had already sacked him - shouldn’t the inspectors be all over Lord Gillypants?

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angel-princess-anna:

Series 5, Episode 6


Anna’s job just got a whole lot easier.  What is she going to do with all that extra time not spent arranging Mary’s hair?

angel-princess-anna:

Series 5, Episode 6

Anna’s job just got a whole lot easier. What is she going to do with all that extra time not spent arranging Mary’s hair?

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Downton Abbey 5x06 episode stills.

More or less.

Its sad that among the Downton children, we’ve seen Branson give Sybbie a hug and ruffle George’s hair and Edith caring for her love child who is not only a secret but living with another family….yet we haven’t once seen Mary even acknowledge George’s existence except when she remembered him during the fire in the first episode of S5.

Sorry George, your mother is very busy with her Penis Parade and being indecisive.

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tragic-cranky-porcelain-doll:

I remember in an interview Rob talked about how Downton Abbey was inititally meant to be a three season show, pre-war, during WWI and then post-war. But people wanted more and so they produced more. The thing is, might it be possible that Fellowes has no clue about what to do with a lot of his…

ravenya003:

Another episode, another forty-five minutes of routine littered with a few gemstones.

Best scene goes to Rose and Shrimpy, when he breaks the news to her about his divorce. We know so little about this character, and yet he puts in such an affecting performance.

I realize that children on set…