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"Episode 8" is a perfect lead-up to the Downton Abbey finale, loaded with misanthropic humor and capped off with a comeuppance six seasons in the making.
There are only two episodes left, so it's time to chuck the usual glacial pacing and send everybody's storyline pell-mell towards the ending.
Thomas Barrow had the heartbreak to top them all.
Episode eight almost perfectly encapsulated this immensely popular historical drama.
Edith finally got to tell Lady Mary what she thought of her on this week's episode of Downton Abbey. And, yes, it was every bit as satisfying and deserved as you might have hoped.
Downton Abbey Season 6 Episode 8 was easily one of the best of the last three seasons of the series.
I feel as if all six seasons of Downton Abbey had been leading to this moment.
This week's episode of Downton Abbey... is unquestionably an instant classic.
What a pugilistic thrill to see Edith and Mary take off their white gloves.
As difficult as it was to watch, it was an understandable creative decision on writer Julian Fellowes's part. If there's nothing to cause the audience substantial upset, then there would be nothing left to satisfy us come the series finale.
All around, episode eight of season 6 was one of the finest that Julian Fellowes has put together, setting up the finale to be one of the more satisfying closers for a wildly popular series.