After her letter is published, Edith receives an offer from the Sketch to write a weekly column. Matthew thinks it's wonderful but Lord Grantham and the Dowager Countess are not impressed. Anna thinks she has found evidence that will exonerate John. Getting that before the courts may not be easily accomplished. Isobel decides to practice what she preaches and offers Ethel a job - leading her cook to quit. Sybil is soon to have her baby and Lord Grantham, no longer trusting the local Doctor Clarkson's skills, decides to call in the eminent doctor Sir Philip Tapsell.
Did You Know?
[All trivia items for this title are spoilers.
When talking about Ethel working for Mrs. Crowley Mrs. Hughes says she didn't remember Ethel being much of a cook so nothing may come of her working for Mrs. Crowley. Ethel was hired at Downton as a housemaid and not as any kind of cook so Mrs. Hughes wouldn't know what kind of cook Ethel was. See more
[to Thomas and Anna over Sybil's death, teary-eyed
Don't mind me. The sweetest spirit under this roof is gone, and I'm weepin' myself.
Downton Abbey - The Suite
Written by John Lunn
Performed by The Chamber Orchestra of London See more