John and Anna Bates are pleading with writers to wrap up the whole who-killed-Mr. Green-mystery. Mr. and Mrs. Bates point out that Mr. Green deserved to get pushed in front of a bus, they just would like to have a scene that doesn’t involve talking about this two-year-old case anymore.
Getting as far away from this oblivious lot at Downton Abbey would have been the wise move. All the staff seem to be plotting their escape.
She’s got beauty, brains, well-timed barbs and a level of self-absorption that just won’t quit. But what is Lady Mary really like? In this exclusive one-on-one, Mary sits down at her dressing table to talk about herself. In the candid Q&A, she is quick to dispel any notions that maybe she’s really not that bad, after all.
She seems so mild-mannered, but Lady Cora recently went on a violent rampage through the halls of Downton Abbey. A source reveals that the Countess of Grantham is enraged that one of her only chances to get any attention on the show was over in four episodes. In fairness, that’s a good run for a Cora plot, but she’s still upset.
Lady Edith Crawley of Downton Abbey is speaking out against writer Julian Fellowes, whom she claims has been bullying and mistreating her for more than a decade. She accuses him of being a Svengali. “I just can’t take the sadism anymore,” she says, “It’s like he’s plotting to drive me mad.”
Lady Mary Crawley is beautiful, sought-after and has always been the center of attention, but is the merry widow also dangerous? That’s what certain Crawley-watchers are saying and they fear for the life of Lord Gillingham.
Remember how the time that fire at Downton Abbey drove so much storyline? Oh, wait. That never happened.
At Downton Abbey, it’s better than 1913, but 1924 is still kind of a jackass.