Apologies for the delay on this week’s post – the frivolities of Halloween have taken their toll on my fragile head. But what of Downton, what ghouls and spectres came out to haunt the house members this week?
Thomas in charge of Downton! I’m surprised that hasn’t done it for Mr Carson. Still appearances must be upheld and thus far Thomas has been entirely overshadowed by the rebellious Branson. With the arrival of Major Bryant comes, not murder, but a cowpat and some sour milk. Still, that’s plenty shocking enough for poor Downton.
And so we open, once again, with a date: April 1917. Now without wanting to cover the same ground as with the first episode, the movement of time is still proving troublesome.
In Claudia’s first installment of her Downton Abbey series blog she explores her voyeurism, undeveloped morality and ITV’s advert breaks.
Contributor Claudia Rowe reviews (The?) War on Drugs at the Brudnell social club in roughly 13 words surrounded by a couple hundred more on her musings on gyrating hips, her street cred and stalker-paranoia.