Downton Abbey's aristocrats and their loyal servants ushered in 1920 with equal parts grief and gloom.
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From one tragedy to another " this episode " saw the very last remnants of the war leave Downton Abbey and ushered in one of the worst pandemics of our time, the Spanish Flu. There was barely time for them to celebrate before they were confronted with eve more
Two weeks ago, when Downton bid goodbye to poor William, this recapper made the mistake of spending her one allowable Four Weddings and a Funeral reference per season on that deathbed marriage combo. How were we to know that four weddings--or at least thr more
Four engagements and a funeral take place in this one episode, which aired as two in the U.K. Downton Abbey and its people are returning to their pre-war routine as the last of the medical equipment is carted away. A title card tells us it’s 1919, more
This is the second in a two-part recap of "Downton Abbey" tonight, since the two-hour airing on PBS was really two separate episodes from Britain aired back to back. For part one, check here.UpstairsMuch like the Great War, the Spanish Flu epidemic does n more
"Downton Abbey's" supersized episode tonight is actually a combination of the UK episodes seven and eight, so we shall be recapping each episode separately, since there is a lot going on. UpstairsThe big news upstairs is that Matthew can walk. Lavinia tri more