Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey (2010)

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Episode #4.7 - S4-E7

Corrected entry: Near the end, Mr. Green makes a surprise visit to the servants' hall. Mr. Mosley and James both greet him as Gillingham (his employer's name) not Green.

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Everett Blankenship

Correction: It was not uncommon for servants to be called "Mr. (employer's name)" This is seen in other episodes too, particularly when the family goes on vacation to other large homes and takes the servants with them.

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Episode #4.8 - S4-E8

Corrected entry: While they are getting ready for the bazaar, Rosamund sees Edith lifting a basket and comes over to ask her if she should be lifting in her condition. She calls her Rose instead of Edith.

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Correction: Rosamund does not say 'Rose'. Tom shouts 'Rose' just before Rosamund says to Edith 'Should you be doing this?' The timing of it makes it sound like the same sentence, but it's not Rosamund that says 'Rose'.

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When everyone is preparing to go in to dinner, Robert is wearing an adjustable bow tie. It's bad enough he's wearing black tie to dinner when he has guests, as his mother points out, but Robert, the Earl of Grantham, absolutely would not be seen wearing an adjustable tie with a stand up shirt collar, even among only his immediate family.

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Set in 1924, a set of publicity shots of the Series 5 cast members, new and old, were rolled out, and one shot in particular was quite revealing. Sitting on the mantelpiece behind cast members Hugh Bonneville and Laura Carmichael, who play the Earl of Grantham and Lady Edith, was a modern-day plastic bottle of water.

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