Wednesday, October 23, 2013


October 22, 2013 at 07:38PM EDT 
by Elisabeth Kramer

   Lady Mary and Two Handsome Visitors in Season 4 Episode 6

Lady Mary and Two Handsome Visitors in Season 4 Episode 6
Could they have made the new love triangle on Downton anymore obvious? On Lady Mary’s (Michelle Dockery) left we have familiar face, Evelyn Napier (Brendan Patricks) who reappeared in Episode 5 still holding a torch for Mary.

On the right, there’s Evelyn’s boss, Charles Blake (Julian Ovenden). We’ve heard he and Mary don’t exactly hit it off but then again, the last time Evelyn brought a friend to the Abbey, Mary didn’t seem to mind his company (RIP Kemal Pamuk). Let’s just hope things work out better for Charles!

Lord Robert and Lady Cora Dance Together in Season 4 Episode 6
Remember last season when the marriage of Lord Robert and Lady Cora (Elizabeth McGovern) looked to be failing? No signs of that here with Lady Cora all smiles as she dances with the birthday boy in Episode 6.

Anna and John Bates Talk in Season 4 Episode 6

Anna and John Bates Talk in Season 4 Episode 6
John Bates (Brendan Coyle) just recently learned what happened to his wife in Episode 3, and we’re hoping the two can now turn a new page in their relationship. Unfortunately, things look to be on the heated side during a rare dinner out for the couple. We hate it when you two fight.

The Dowager Countess in Season 4 Episode 6
How old are you again? That looks to be the question the Dowager Countess (Maggie Smith) is trying to remember the answer to as she peers over at her son Robert. On her right, we get another quick peek at Charles Blake, which, you know, we don’t hate.

Lady Edith Has a Lot on Her Mind in Season 4 Episode 6
It’s no secret Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael) is missing her love, editor Michael Gregson (Charles Edwards), but what might be a secret are the results from that doctor’s visit Edith made in Episode 5. Could she be expecting a little Gregson? Sounds like we just might be in for another scandal at Downton!


1 comment:

Sarah Dixon said...

Not Lord Robert and Lady Cora, please. They are Lord and Lady Grantham.