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Downton draws first blood with a shocking event in "Episode Five."
Downton's most savage schemer has pulled in his claws.
It's a shocking moment; death has been creeping around the edges of this whole episode.
The episode's biggest moment comes as an aside.
The Crawleys' civil war over the local hospital finally became interesting on Sunday's Downton Abbey. Too bad it had to happen at Robert's expense.
Well, that was completely shocking. Downton Abbey Season 6 Episode 5's biggest moment featured a terrifying and unexpectedly graphic health scare.
The fifth episode of Downton Abbey's final season has me questioning the very fabric of this show, which up until this point has been a relatively light period drama about life in the face of trying times and an evolving world.
Oh, for heaven's sake, this programme is so totally bonkers. I have never seen Carrie, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre or Return of the Living Dead. But now I don't feel like I need to see any of those things. Because I've seen this. And I can never unsee it.
As Downton Abbey races toward its conclusion, everything, and I mean everything, comes out.
Whenever the narrative battery shows signs of stalling, [Fellows] clamps on a pair of jumper cables and shocks the thing back into life.
There were several new developments on tonight's Downton Abbey, but let's be honest, there's only one thing anyone is going to remember from it: Lord Grantham projectile-vomiting blood all over the dining table.