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"Episode 3" brings laughs and sentimentality with sharper writing, a welcome marriage of two beloved characters, and some surprises.
Downton excels as feel-good comedy, and last night's plot showed off the script at its best.
The first two installments of the season were lackluster, but episode three brings some sharper writing, sly performances, and a surprise that should be infuriating but manages to delight instead.
We'll see where Tom fits into Mary's new role, Lady Grantham's fight against modernization, and the rest of the Downton clan, but I enter this plot development with a bit of wariness as to how to properly integrate a character who seemed gone forever.
It's great to have [Tom] back.
The only thing worse than Anna's history with pregnancies is Edith's history with men... so I'm especially thrilled about the new man in her life.
Heartbreaking! Molesley is one of the most consistently good-hearted and kind characters on Downton Abbey.
This was a relatively pleasing outing, though, if slightly disjointed and uneventful.
With all the dithering and minor stories of mundane suspense, it would be easy for the joy at the heart of this episode to be obscured. But Jim Carter and Phyllis Logan play their parts with quiet perfection.
It is a happy day, as two characters whom we have loved for many years are finally becoming man and wife. If anyone here objects to this blessed union, go read a different recap and forever hold your peace.
Even if you don't share Baron Fellowes's knee-jerk reverence for faded gentry, Sir Michael is a poignant old cuss, mourning his dead family and the days when women would go up at evening's end.