Downton Abbey

Season 1 Episode 5

Episode 5

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 24, 2010 on PBS



  • Quotes

    • Daisy: (Having been brought to Lady Edith's room by O'Brien to be questioned as to her thoughts regarding Mr Pamuk's death, she is clearly very nervous.) I couldn't say, my lady. I don't know what Miss O'Brien means. I didn't see nothing. Well... Not much...
      Lady Edith: O'Brien, I wonder if you might leave us? (Pausing as O'Brien somewhat reluctantly leaves the room.)
      Now, it's Daisy, isn't it?
      Daisy: Yes, my lady.
      Lady Edith: I'm sure you see O'Brien only acted as you did because she is concerned.
      Daisy: I suppose so, my lady.
      Lady Edith: She seems to think that you are in possession of some knowledge that is uncomfortable for you because if that is the case, then I don't think it fair on you. (Daisy begins to cry.)
      Why should you be burdened with Mary's secret? My dear, my heart goes out to you, it really does. (Sitting on the bed next to Daisy, Lady Edith puts an arm around her shoulders as if to comfort her.)
      You've been carrying too heavy a burden for too long. Just tell me and I promise you'll feel better.
      Daisy: (Off camera, Daisy unwillingly tells Lady Edith her story, unaware of the malice for Mary, behind Edith's concern.)

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