Monday, February 17, 2014

Webster is Shocked

So much is happening on Downton Abbey. How can you stand the suspense?
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Jan Tanis said...

What a cute picture of Webster...he does look shocked!! I have never watched Downtown Abbey. Have a great day!

Anonymous said...

Will Mary choose a mate from the field at her feet?
Will Daisy and Alfred be pen pals?
Will Edith learn French during her exile?
Will Mrs. Crawley, Matthew's mother, start dating Lord Merton?
Calming pats to Webster.

All Consuming said...

Hello there, I've watched your blog from afar for quite a while now, meaning to comment, and not getting around to it, but here I am. I just wanted to say how enjoyable a blog it is, and Websters such a lovely dog too. Keep on blogging :D

Gail, in northern California said...

Oh my goodness, it was moving at such a dizzying speed, I was afraid to look away from the screen. Upstairs with Edith, Rosamunde and the Dowager and downstairs with the seething Mr. Bates. Poor Tom Branson will never find anyone than can even come close to his beloved Sybil.

Bonnie said...

I haven't watched last night's episode, but Webster has convinced me not to wait. Have a great day! Bonnie

Jeannine said...

I sure hope Mr. Bates isn't involved in the demise of that awful valet!

Brenda DeRuiter said...

I love Webster !!! So did Mr. Bates do it or not?????

SALLY said...

Love this season,,,,as usual !

Karen in VA (was CT) said...

Holy Cow ... Webster and I are both shocked and in a spin trying to hang on. This was the fastest moving episode ever for Downton.

Of course Mr. Bates went to London, not York. And I love that Mary questioned whether she should say something or not .. NOT.

Favorite quotes ... Mary, "I find that both irritating and beguiling in equal measure."

Granny, "My dear, all life is a series of problems which we must try and solve." .. and "then we die."

And the whole thing with Edith .. Granny and Rosamunde in cahoots ... heartwarming.

Oh Oh ... didn't you love the way Granny confidently fesses up to opening the card on the flowers and questioning Mrs. Crawley.

It was a killer episode for sure.

JudyMac said...

Rosemary, I must be missing something ... maybe it goes further back than my discovery of your blog to read .... but it looks as if Webster has no teeth? Or is it that his tongue is covering them up?
Glad you're having such fun watching Downton Abbey!

Content in a Cottage said...

JudyMac....I caught him mid-yawn. His lips were covering his teeth. He has a full set :)
xo, Rosemary

Content in a Cottage said...

Karen in nailed all the key points and quotes. Granny's was my favorite about problem solving. As long as we have problems to solve, we are alive, right?
Can't wait for the next episode.
xo, Rosemary