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Riding on the goodwill of the previous installment, "Episode Four" introduces a welcome new suitor for one of the show's central characters.
It only took three and a half episodes to get there, but finally, in last night's Downton Abbey, a suitor hove into view for Lady Mary
This is another great episode for Michelle Dockery... letting us know that there will always be a strong-willed Crawley matriarch to run the show.
I have to salute what may have been [Mary's] finest mean-girl moment to date.
Mary was in fine form during this episode.
Alright, we admit Downton Abbey Season 6 Episode 4 wasn't quite as exciting as Downton Abbey Season 6 Episode 3 - which featured surprise returns, a wedding, and all kinds of pre-wedding intrigue - but it was certainly a solid installment.
Downton feels more like Downton with Tom around, but I have to echo Mary's sentiments in regard to his return. "No more Ms. Buntings, if you have any pity." Amen to that, Mary. Amen.
Ah, at least there was some entertainment to be had here. For a few moments at a time at least.
This episode pays lip service to the benefits of social mobility, but the show's sympathies lie with the mighty and powerful.
Just when Downtown story lines seemed to have dwindled to an ember, Henry and Mary have pumped in a bellows-blast of oxygen.
Downton did manage to pull itself out of the tedious-plotline rabbit hole long enough to make this episode a fitting tribute to two of its most inspirational female characters.