You’ve put up with so much that I couldn’t change, so if there is even the slightest thing I can make better for you then I will.
Bates says this,
"It occurred to me, m’lord, that were I in possession of a very sensitive document I would not leave it unguarded in my home, but rather I would take it with me wherever I went."
Please Fellowes, no. If that goddamn ticket in that coat pocket comes up anymore. This has probably been obvious to everyone since Christmas but it’s struck me just now. Probably because I haven’t watched it properly since then.
No logic because you can get rid of a ticket, is not something important but that said document couldn’t be burned or whatever because the guy (can’t remember his name) needed to blackmail the monarchy. Now the ticket, Bates doesn’t need it to blackmail no one but to screw himself. That’s why Bates being innocent makes sense because if he was guilty first thing he would do was to get rid of it. Why would you hide the bloody knife you used to kill someone on your pocket? That ticket is just the same thing.
In this chapter Anna is surprised by an “old” friend. Hope you enjoy!
"And [Shirley] and Maggie…got on like a house on fire.” - Hugh Bonneville
"If there’s a reunion in 20 years, the three of us would all be there, still getting on like a house on fire.” - Jessica Brown Findlay
"The whole cast gets on like a house on fire.” - Joanne Froggatt
"I met [Shirley] again […] in LA and we got on like a house on fire.” - Brendan Coyle
I know this is mine, but it was the first thing I saw when I opened tumblr and I literally gasped lol. So I have to reblog!
Brendan on It’ll Be Alright On The Night, 19 May 2014