Today’s Downton Abbey review starts with the line “What a heartbreaking episode,” so decide now how many emotions are acceptable in your workplace. Then click this link anyway and get ready to weep.
Except for the number of people who watch them, amiright? No but seriously, this is an interesting article.
Suck it Britain! And by suck it we mean please keep putting your delightful television onto our streaming boxes we love you so much, we’re even willing to try tea for you.
Good news if you like Downton Abbey! The Emmy nominations agree with you that period dramas on respectable television stations are worthy of trophies. But they also hate a lot of other things you love. So, you know, grain of salt and all that.
Somewhere out there a theater kid just gasped.
“I’m leaving in the morning Lady Grantham, I doubt we’ll meet again.”
“Do you promise?”
The season finale of Downton Abbey was supposed to be pretty tense and sad, but I’ll never stop laughing at this line.
“It’s a period piece with British accents and drama that hinges on each character’s place within an aristocratic peerage system, so needless to say, viewing one show from beginning to end is basically the same as reading a book.”
Then Meredith Blake is a scholar.