Downton Abbey

Aired: Oct 14, 2012 , Sunday at 21:15 on itv

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Episode Summary: An exciting offer for Edith divides opinion. Isobel throws Ethel a lifeline. New maid Ivy is attracting attention below stairs, and Alfred's interest is resented by Daisy.
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    I have never cried so much for a TV series like in this episode. Never.

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