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Follow That Line: Downton Abbey
Can you pick the line that follows the given dialogue?
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Quotes are from series 1 & 2. I referred to the source listed, but used the DVD subtitles to confirm quotes.
You will give up your entire estate - your wife's money into the bargain - to a perfect stranger? You won't even put up a fight?
So he slipped the hook.
That's right, Perseus, son of a god. Rather more fitting, wouldn't you say?
-Mama, may I present Matthew Crawley and Mrs. Crawley? My mother, Lady Grantham.
-What should we call each other?
-It's a cottage hospital, of course, but quite well equipped.
-Who pays for it?
-Oh, don't worry, there are plenty of hours in the day, and of course I'll have the weekend.
-We'll discuss this later. We mustn't bore the ladies.
-What does it do exactly?
-It corrects limps.
-Does it work?
He learned his business and so will you. Even Mr. Carson wasn't born standing to attention.
And to think Taylor's gone off to run a tea shop. I cannot feel it will make for a very restful retirement, can you?
-Good heavens, what am I sitting on?
-A swivel chair.
-Oh, another modern brainwave?
-Not very modern; they were invented by Thomas Jefferson.
-The question is, what do I say to Cousin Violet?
-Oh, don't worry about that. I can handle her.
Mrs. Crawley tells me she's recommended nitrate of silver and tincture of steel.
-You are quite wonderful, the way you see room for improvement wherever you look. I never knew such reforming zeal.
-I take that as a compliment.
-Mary, listen to me. If you take Matthew now when his whole future is at risk, he will love you to the end of his days.
-Why, Granny, you're a romantic.
-The trouble is Mary's back from London today as well. She gets in at five o'clock.
-Matthew's driving in Lavinia's car. They won't meet on the train.
-So that's Mary's replacement. Well, I suppose looks aren't everything.
-I think she seems rather sweet. I'm afraid meeting us all together must be very intimidating.
-Is anything the matter?
-Nothing. Except that today has shown me I am not only a worthless man, but also a bad tempered and ungrateful one.
Penny for your thoughts.
-Oh, I'm so sorry, milady. I didn't know you were in here.
-I was just going. Carson's been boosting my confidence.
I'm told Bates is working at a public house in Kirby Moorside. I want to investigate.
-Thomas means he's not here as a servant. He manages the house. He's a sergeant now.
-I take orders from Major Clarkson. He runs this place on behalf of the army medical corps.
-I nearly came down in a dinner jacket tonight.
-Really? Well, why not a dressing gown? Or better still, pajamas?
-How did you get here?
-I caught the bus and walked up from the village.
-Wasn't there a masked ball in Paris when cholera broke out? Half the guests were dead before they left the ballroom.
-What do you mean, 'she might die'?
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