The box and cupid from the drawing room.
The library paper knife.
Lady Hexham's painted glass.
Never took the glass.
Then it must have been broken, like she said.
But you took something from that room.
What was it?
A patch box from the dressing table.
I'd like them all back, please.
I can't sew a dress in a night.
When would I sleep?
When you get to Harewood tomorrow.
And don't think I won't tell.
"Queen's dresser a thief."
That'll make headlines from here to Peru.
The Marquess and Marchioness of Granby.
Sir William and Lady Ingleby.
Where are the royal footmen?
They've had to go back to London.
All of them? Wasn't that rather unlucky?
Unlucky for some, milady.
The Earl and Countess of Scarborough.
For goodness' sake!
Will someone help me?
I'm going on to Turton's in a minute.
Do you know it?
I'm Chris Webster, by the way.
I'm waiting for someone.
For a very long time.
Perhaps he's found better things to do.
Why don't you come with me?
You know you want to.
不好意思 先生 我叫巴罗
Excuse me, sir. My name's Barrow.
If someone comes looking for me, could you tell him I've gone?
Shall I say where to?
- Never mind that. - Turton's.
I just cannot understand where Mr. Wilson has got to.
Never mind him. What about you?
Surely, you can't really mean to leave His Majesty unattended.
But is it for me to attend him?
Well, you've got your breeches on.
-这倒是 但... -卡森先生
- Well, I have, but... - Mr. Carson,
this is your destiny.
You know as much, and so do I.
Now, accept it proudly.
And walk into that room with your head held high.
You can do it, Mr. Carson.
Please tell me what is going on.
Mr. Courbet is missing, ditto Mr. Wilson,
and your footmen are on their way up to London.
I am still in charge here.
不 韦伯太太 他们可是我的人
No, Mrs. Webb. These are my people now.
So please, uh, go back to the servants' hall and sit down.
Or would you rather ruin the evening?
That's telling her.
Mrs. Patmore forgot to send up the sauce.
And I've got the chopped egg.
Oh, that's kind when it's not your job.
We must all pull our weight tonight for Downton's glory.
Now, are you ready, boys?
Ready as we'll ever be.
We'll be fine, Mrs. Hughes.
What about you, Mr. Molesley?
I know I'm gonna forget my lines.
You haven't got any lines.
- You're on. - Right.
And, Mr. Molesley?
Remember to breathe.
I'm glad you're here, Mr. Carson.
I must go where my king needs me.
- Hello. - All right.
Looks like we've got some new blood here.
You're a very charming young man.
留下嘛 留下吧 迈克尔
Stay with me! Stay with me, Michael!
I can't believe this.
I've never seen anything like it.
There's a first time for everything.
I know, but...
Here. Come dance with me.
- What'd you say? - I said, "There's your friend."
No, my friend's over there.
I wish I could tell them how grateful they should be to you.
You were every bit as brave as I was.
you're talking in the wrong direction.
Don't worry about Granny.
She's getting ready to give Cousin Maud a grilling.
Mainly, I suspect, about her maid.
I think Lady Bagshaw sees her as more than just her maid.
Oh, I'm sure she does.
And that's what Granny's afraid of.
I might as well admit...
I like her.
Don't let them put you off.
Tom, you're looking pleased with yourself.
He was just praising Lady Bagshaw's maid.
Well, uh, how did she contrive to make your acquaintance?
She didn't contrive anything. We met by chance.
What simpletons men are.
This is good.
And I thought something else was planned.
But it is excellent.
So, a well-done to old Courbet.
- Oh, yes. - Yes, very delicious.
This wasn't Monsieur Courbet, Your Majesty.
Mrs. Patmore cooked it.
In fact, it is the Downton Abbey staff
who are serving you this evening.
I do beg your pardon, Your Majesty.
That's quite enough, Molesley.
You must give our compliments to Mrs. Patmore
and all the staff.
Her Majesty is speaking to you.
With pleasure, Your Majesty.
That was kind of you, ma'am.
I suppose he's excited that they've had to take over
from our people.
I wonder what's happened.
Whatever may have happened does not excuse his behavior.
I can assure you, Lady Grantham,
we are quite used to people behaving strangely