If you haven't seen this week's episode of Downton Abbey yet, then stop reading NOW. Spoilers ahead!
While we wait for the uninitiated to depart, I have an announcement: We shall have a guest post on Friday by Jessica L. Brooks, author of If I Speak True.
Okay. I think we've dumped the folks who haven't seen Downton Abbey yet this week.
You know we need to dish about Lady Edith. What in the world will she do? Robert is going to
So what do you think? Will Michael turn up? If he doesn't, then what should Edith do? I think that a way of keeping Tom Branson, the Irish chauffeur who was married to the adorable Lady Sibyl who died immediately after the birth of her baby and then they made Tom the estate manger, uh, where was I?
Here are Sibyl and Tom before she bought the farm, and I don't mean purchased land – bought the farm as in went toes up:
Oh, yes. To keep Tom from moving to America with Baby Sibyl, he could marry Edith to save the family's reputation.
What do you think poor beaky-nosed Lady Edith should do?
She's not showing yet, but she will be before long.
Lady Edith before she got knocked up:
It must be so difficult to be Lady Mary's younger sister. Here's my favorite photo of Mary:
No wonder Edith makes such a display of herself:
She has to do whatever it takes to get attention, but I don't think she'll like the attention she gets for being on the nest without a husband.
So, please, I eagerly await your responses regarding what Edith should do, as do Edith and her unborn bastard child. And I hope they don't make the problem go away with a miscarriage. They that dance must pay the piper.
Infinities of love,