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DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Oh my dears. Is it really true? I can't believe it. Last night he looked so well. Of course it *would* happen to a foreigner. It's typical.
LADY MARY CRAWLEY
Don't be ridiculous.
DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
I'm not being ridiculous. No Englishman would *dream* of dying in someone else's house - especially somebody they didn't even know.
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LADY MARY CRAWLEY
Sybil is entitled to her opinions.
DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
No. She isn't until she is married, then her husband will tell her what her opinions are.
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MATTHEW CRAWLEY
I didn't inagine you as Florence Nightingale.
LADY MARY CRAWLEY
We can't leave all the moral high ground to Sybil, she might get lonely there.
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LADY EDITH CRAWLEY
So he slipped the hook.
LADY MARY CRAWLEY
At least I'm not fishing with no bait.
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LADY MARY CRAWLEY
You should learn to forget what I say. I know I do.
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CORA, COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
I hope you thanked Matthew properly.
LADY MARY CRAWLEY
I got them to make him some sandwiches.
CORA, COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
That's not quite what I meant.
LADY MARY CRAWLEY
And he asked me to marry him.
CORA, COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Heavens, what did they put in them?
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LADY MARY CRAWLEY
I hope you know that really smart people sleep in separate rooms.
CRAWLEY, EARL OF GRANTHAM
I always keep the dressing room bed made up so I at least pretend we sleep in separate rooms. Isn't that enough?
LADY MARY CRAWLEY
No. Never mind.
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LADY SYBIL CRAWLEY
I don't know why we bother with corsets. Men don't wear them, and they look perfectly normal in their clothes.
LADY MARY CRAWLEY
Not all of them.
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SIR RICHARD CARLISLE
Why do we have to serve ourselves at luncheon?
CRAWLEY, EARL OF GRANTHAM
It's a Downton tradition. They have their feast at lunchtime and we have ours in the evening.
SIR RICHARD CARLISLE
But why can't they eat earlier and serve us like they usually do?
LADY MARY CRAWLEY
Because it's Christmas Day!
SIR RICHARD CARLISLE
It's not how we'll do it at Haxby.
DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Which I can easily believe.
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LADY MARY CRAWLEY
Thank you for intervening back there before I said something rude.
MATTHEW CRAWLEY
He does beg to be teased.
LADY MARY CRAWLEY
The awful truth is he's starting to get on my nerves.
MATTHEW CRAWLEY
You're still going to marry him though?
LADY MARY CRAWLEY
Of course. Why wouldn't I?