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英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集)  

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Downton Abbey  S03E06

英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝 
英剧:唐顿庄园(第三季第六集) - 兔灰灰 - 兔灰灰的小窝

 -I'll come with you. Save him getting the car out twice.
-You're both very welcome to stay for some dinner.
-I don't think so. Grief makes oneself terribly tired.

-How was the service?
-Oh, quite nicely done.
 But you know how it is when you bury someone young.
-When you lose your child...
 there's nothing worse under the sun.

-My dearest boy.
There is no test on Earth greater than the one you've been put to.
I do not speak much of the heart, since it's seldom helpful to do so.
But I know well enough the pain when it is broken.

-You off to see the rich farmer?
-Whatever he makes, he earns it.
-It'd be nice to be your own boss.
-No farmer's his own boss.
 He takes his orders from the sun and the snow and the wind and the rain.

- What are you staring at?
- A cat can look at a king.
-Well, not at a cook! Now get on to whatever it is that you're doing.

-Can I really do it? Salmon mousse?
-Anyone who has use of their limbs can make a salmon mousse.

-You're very kind, but I'm not really going out at the moment.
-There'll be no-one else there. Only me.
 And a walk to the village might blow some cobwebs away.
-I'm afraid I would only bring my troubles with me.

-Isobel. Have you come for dinner?
-No. I'm dressed quite wrongly, and you have a guest.
-I doubt Mr Travis has much of an eye for fashion.
-Oh, do stay. We need cheering up.

-Isn't there something or other un-English about the Roman Church?
-Since I am an Irishman, that's not likely to bother me.
-I cannot feel bells and incense and
 all the rest of that pagan fodder is pleasing to God.

-The Dowager Duchess of Norfolk is a dear friend.
-And she's more Catholic than the Pope!

-I'm flabbergasted.
-You're always flabbergasted by the unconventional.
-But in a family like this one!
-Not everyone chooses their religion to satisfy Debrett's.

-You'd think we'd be used to young death, after four years of war.
-That's why we must never take anything for granted.

-As a matter of interest, why did you let me come today
 if nothing you could say would alter the verdict?
-I thought it was time you saw how real people live.

-Dr Clarkson, my daughter-in-law is quite convinced
 you could have saved Sybil, had you been allowed to.
-One can never speak of these things with any certainty.
-Well, this is the point.
-What was the likelihood of Sybil's survival?
-Had we operated? She might have lived.
 There are cases where an early Caesarian
 saved the mother after pre-eclampsia.

-Dr Clarkson,
 you have created a division between my son and his wife,
 when the only way they can conceivably bear their grief
 is if they face it together.
-So you want me to lie to them, say there was no chance at all?
-"Lie"...is so unmusical a word.
 I want you to review the evidence honestly and without bias.
-Even to ease suffering,I could never justify telling an outright lie.
-Have we NOTHING in common?

-I dare say you won't object when I do.
-I won't forbid it because I have no right to do so.
 But I do object, with every fibre of my being.

-You were angry all right. But not with Isobel or Ethel.
 I think it's because the world isn't going your way.
 Not any more.

-A fool and his money are soon parted.
 And I have been parted from my money,
 so I suppose I am a fool.

-I hope YOU never need a favour from your fellow man.
-You can talk as tough as you like. I know YOU won't abandon me.
-Why doesn't that thought make you kinder?
-Because I am who I am, Mrs Hughes.

 

 


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