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- Morning. - Special one today.
What have you got there?
Wouldn't you like to know.
Just arrived, milord.
There's one from Buckingham Palace.
But we really need to cut back
until the farms repay the investment.
And we must make a plan for the roof.
Well, this won't help us to economize.
The king and queen are coming to stay.
During their Yorkshire tour?
That's it. Just for a night.
They'll spend one night at Downton
and then go on to Harewood for a ball.
While they're here,
there's to be a parade of the Yorkshire Hussars in the village.
Is there any chance Henry might be back?
I'll send a telegram.
But there's a motor show in Chicago
that I know he cannot chuck.
Tom, you're keeping your enthusiasm under control.
Is this the Irish patriot making a reappearance?
I know you find my opinions highly entertaining.
I suppose they'll send people to check that
Mrs. Patmore isn't a Russian spy.
Will you tell them downstairs, Barrow?
- I'll see to Her Ladyship. - Yes, milord.
-我会告诉夫人的 -是 老爷
A royal luncheon, a parade and a dinner?
皇家午宴 阅兵 还有一顿晚宴
I'm going to have to sit down.
- Oh, what about Mr. Branson? - What about him?
Well, he's a republican, isn't he?
Should Mr. Carson look in,
no one is to say that word in front of him.
I agree with Mr. Branson. I don't like kings, either.
I suppose that makes me a republican, too.
Are the English allowed to be?
Two weeks to get ready? Golly.
It's quite an honor.
But if I know anything about royal visits,
we will never stop changing our clothes.
I've just been on a buying spree,
Madame Handley-Seymour is making me a ball dress.
- I'll get her to hurry it up. - Have her send it here.
- How are things otherwise? - Oh, you know.
I've got a luncheon for 30 today in aid of the lifeboats.
Or is that tomorrow?
Anyway, it's in aid of something.
Sounds like business as usual.
I'll see you soon, darling.
You know I can bring back
as many vegetables as we could eat.
- Yeah, I like to keep busy. - Yeah.
How have they taken the news up at the house?
Daisy's singing "The Marseillaise."
So no surprises there.
I thought you'd be pleased.
The visit is a great honor.
But members of the royal and imperial household
are coming to Downton
who will have visited the greatest houses in the land.
Blenheim, Chatsworth, Arundel.
布莱尼姆 查特斯沃思 阿伦德尔
Does Mr. Barrow know what he's taking on?
Why should it affect you?
You're not in charge anymore.
Now, come in for your lunch and let me get back.
All right, sir, here we are.
This will do very well. Thank you.
The Lady Bagshaw, Your Majesty.
We'll go to the 1844 Room as soon as they're here.
I've just received the plan for the tour of Yorkshire, ma'am.
Yes. It's just been finalized.
I think we'll enjoy it.
I didn't realize we would be staying at Downton Abbey.
There's to be a parade and a dinner,
and then we go on to Princess Mary at Harewood.
I just wondered if I might, perhaps,
go straight to Harewood.
Lord Grantham is my cousin,
and the two families have...
Or at least we might if I were there in person.
And what would cause this quarrel?
Lord Grantham's mother believes her son should be my heir.
Old Lady Grantham can be very hard to resist,
as I am well aware.
But, surely, they need to know
if their hopes are to be disappointed.
I wish I knew if they like simple food or fancy.
I can't think they'll want simple food.
With that sort, don't they like sauces
and everything velouté and frappé and smothered in cream?
白酱汁 冰镇 什么都抹上奶油吧
"That sort"? He's the King of England.
There's only one of them in the world.
"That sort," indeed.
Don't plan too much.
Not until we know what's expected.
Well, I know what's expected of me-- food.
You, too, Daisy. So less philosophy, more elbow grease.
你也是 黛西 少贫嘴 多干活儿吧
- Is the pudding ready? - It is.
Oh, Daisy, take the soufflés out of the oven
while I find me specs.
This country needs a shake-up.
You should run for parliament.
Why not? Lady Astor's done it.
And so an under-cook from Yorkshire is bound to follow her.
Well, you've got to have big dreams.
But do you have big dreams, Andy?
I've not offended you, have I?
- Why do you say that? - Well, for a start,
you never talk about the wedding anymore.
We'll get wed when we're good and ready and not before.
But, you see, I am ready.
Take those up before they collapse.
Maud Bagshaw is coming to Downton?
Yes, as the queen's lady-in-waiting.
Why so surprised? Who is she?
Well, she's a cousin of your father's.
We'll-we'll discuss it later.
You're not to make things awkward.
How's it all going?
Well, Mary's got it under control.
Hardly. There's so much to do.
Who were those men measuring on the green as we came past?
They're building the dais for the queen at the parade.
- Oh, how exciting. - Seems rather a waste of money.
Isn't that what the monarchy's for?
To brighten the lives of the nation
with stateliness and glamour?
To quote Tennyson, "Kind hearts are more than coronets,
And simple faith than Norman blood."
Will you have enough clichés to get you through the visit?
If not, I'll come to you.
And, now, you were gonna tell us about Lady Bagshaw.
Is she a very distant cousin?
No. Her father was my great uncle.
Then why have I never heard of her?
Because she chose to cut herself off from the family.
- Do you know the reason? - Maybe.
See, I believe she means to cheat your father
of his rightful inheritance.
She has no children.
Your father is her nearest relation.
I won't have her put on the spot.
You're plotting something.
I see a Machiavellian look in your eye.
Machiavelli is frequently underrated.
He had many qualities.
So did Caligula, not all of them charming.
What are you up to, Granny?
Well, ideally, I would like Maud to see your father
as the son she never had.
Will she be the mother I never had?
Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit.
- Hello. - Mr. Molesley.
It's very late for you to be out.
Is what true, Mr. Molesley?
Mr. Bakewell said that you'd warned him
that there was to be a royal visit.
Well, now I know who not to trust with a secret.
That we should deserve such honor.
Not you, too. I am disappointed.
- Ignore her. - I wonder, do you think
I might be allowed to slip on my livery again?
Would the school let you?
Oh, they'll give me time for this, I promise.
Let's wait till we know our orders.
What about it, Mr. Barrow?
Will you let me wait upon my king and queen?
Good night, Mr. Molesley.
When we're done, shall I fetch Johnny
- or will you? - I can fetch him.
- Thank you. - They're all mental.
All this fuss for a man and woman we don't even know.
No, never mind that. I wanted to tell you.
I've had some ideas about what to serve at your wedding.
Stop going on about my wedding.
We've only a few days left,
so I spoke to Her Ladyship, and she's agreed
our normal rules should be suspended.
We won't clean a room if a family member is using it,
but, otherwise, all restrictions are lifted.
No detail should be left undone, however small.
一切细节 不管多小 都要顾及到
I want every surface in this house
to gleam and sparkle by Thursday.
Can I have your attention, please?
Their Majesties' butler, Mr. Wilson,
will be coming over from Raby Castle
with a lady's maid and a valet.
To give us our instructions?
With the royal servants, are we to wait on them?
That is what will be made clear.
I won't be waiting on any valets and lady's maids,
Before we get hot under the collar,
- let's just wait and see what they have to say. - Amen.
Can I help you, sir?
It's really you I came to see.
- Well, how can I help you, Mister...? - Chetwode.
-需要我做什么吗 您是... -切特伍德
Am I right you're Mr. Branson, Lord Grantham's son-in-law?
The, uh... the papers tell me the king and queen
will be staying at Downton Abbey during their tour of Yorkshire.
Well, if it's in the papers, it must be true.
Yes. Great honor.
Although, as an Irishman, you may feel differently.
I know when my parents-in-law have been paid a compliment.
Well, there's to be a military parade, I gather.
How do you... how do you feel about that?
What do you mean, how do I feel?
Only you didn't say whether you support them,
the... king and queen.
I support Lord Grantham.
Until we meet again, Mr. Branson.
Barrow. They said you'd be in here.
Heavens. We can still put on quite a show
when we need to, I'm glad to see.
Has it all been cleaned?
More or less everything's been done to a basic level, milady.
But we haven't done the final buffing-up.
I was waiting for Their Majesties' butler.
I thought I'd ask his advice on what to use on the table.
Can't we decide what we lay on our own dining table?
Front doorbell, Mr. Barrow.
Greetings, Mr. Wilson.
Welcome to Downton Abbey.
This way, Mr. Wilson.
The royal butler's terribly scary.
Barrow looked like a rabbit in front of a cobra.
Oh, dear. Should I go down?
They know what they're doing.
Do they? They're hideously behind.
There's a mark on the Blue Room carpet we can't shift.
I have no chairs for the parade.
And we haven't even decided on the footmen.
I'm going to have another cup, if no one's coming up to serve.
Princess Mary wants us for tea tomorrow at Harewood.
I've got so much to do.
I wonder if that means the young couple
have taken over the big house.
They're hardly "the young couple."
Well, he isn't, anyway.
She always seems quite shy to me.
Is that an oxymoron?
Anyway, we're going.
I will return to Raby Castle and come back to Downton
in advance of Their Majesties on Thursday.
But His Majesty's valet, Mr. Ellis,
and Her Majesty's dresser, Miss Lawton,
will stay on, if that is convenient.
Or they can put up in the village.
No, we'll find them rooms.
Then Monsieur Courbet, the chef...
- Mr. Courbet, the chef? - That's right.
We'd be very grateful if you could make the kitchens ready.
So, what should I order?
Nothing. He will bring it all.
And we don't cook any of the food?
Cook for the servants.
Monsieur Courbet won't have time for that.
That is something to look forward to.
Calm yourself, Mrs. Patmore.
If it's the way these things are done...
Mrs. Webb and four footmen will arrive
with Monsieur Courbet the day before.
She is the housekeeper.
She will also bring two maids with her.
While Their Majesties are here.
They will make the beds,
clean the bathrooms-- that sort of thing.
So, my maids and I will not be involved in the preparations?
You mean, during the stay, you'll be the butler, and...
Excuse me. I am not a butler.
I am the king's Page of the Backstairs.
So, our staff has nothing to do?
I'm sure they can be useful.
But how can they eat and get dressed at Raby Castle
但如果主厨 贴身男仆 女仆都在这里
if the chef and the valet and the maid are all here?
We have two of each.
The principal valet and the principal dresser
will arrive in advance of Their Majesties,
who bring an equerry, a lady-in-waiting,
two detectives and two chauffeurs.
The other chef goes from Raby to Harewood.
Four footmen go with him, and the other four come here.
Do you all understand me?
You can hardly heckle Lady Bagshaw
in front of the queen.
Well, I'm just trying to prevent a crime.
- Who says it's a crime? - I do.
Oh, and you're an expert in the matter?
I am an expert in every matter.
You must have some idea
why she doesn't want Robert as her heir.
He is her closest relative.
The family have held Brompton for three centuries.
But she wants to give it to who?
Well, I would have thought
the family had enough to worry about.
That's not the point.
We must try and discover her reasons.
Well, what possible reasons can there be?
Well, that's what I intend to find out.
- Carson. - Oh, milady.
I don't want to be a nuisance, but I need your help, Carson.
我不想给你添麻烦 但我需要你帮助 卡森
Barrow just isn't up to the task.
- Milady? - He won't clean the silver.
-什么意思 小姐 -他不肯清理银器
- Or he won't let Andrew clean it. - What?
He says the page of the... thingummy
- will choose which pieces to use. - I see.
The truth is, he's in a sort of trance.
Won't you help me?
I feel I'm pushing a rock uphill.
I'll be there in the morning, milady. Don't you worry.
我早上就去 小姐 您别担心
You're a treasure, Carson. That's all there is to say.
你太好了 卡森 别的不说了
I'll see myself out.
You could never refuse her anything.
And what about Mr. Barrow?
Mr. Barrow can like it or lump it.
Then I'm afraid he'll lump it.
We have supper after the upstairs dinner,
so you've plenty of time.
How does it work with two valets?
Well, I prepare His Majesty's clothes
and uniforms for Downton.
Then, when Mr. Miller arrives,
I get the stuff for Harewood ready.
Then I head back to London and prepare for their return.
So, Mr. Miller's the one who actually dresses the king?
Unless he's ill. Then it's me.
I think it's rubbish. They impose, they demand,
and now we're to be made nothing in our own house.
It's very disappointing, I won't deny it.
This water's not too hot.
Have they all been having baths?
Mr. Barrow, don't you think you should speak to His Lordship?
- About what? - Well, it's not right, surely,
for us to be humiliated in this way.
Well, what could he do about it?
Is the staff always ridden over roughshod
whenever royalty come to stay?
Why do they bring so many servants with them?
Maybe it's because they go from house to house around the county
and they need to know things are done the way they like.
As if we couldn't manage that.
We're not footballs, Mr. Bates,
and we don't deserve a kicking.
But what are we to say to Barrow?
After all, he's done nothing wrong.
He's done nothing at all. That's the problem.
But it feels very unfair.
I've sent down for Mr. Barrow to join us, milord.
You wanted to see me, milord?
What brings you here?
Well, this is the thing.
Carson is going to move back into the house for the royal visit.
You are coming back here as butler
when I am the butler here?
Yes, uh, that is...
Can I ask how long this has been planned, milord?
Well, I wouldn't say it's been exactly planned.
Because I don't quite understand
where it leaves me.
- Well, you can be a sort of... - With your permission,
I'd prefer not to be a "sort of" anything, milord.
I will surrender my position
for the duration of the visit, if I must,
and serve you again when Their Majesties have gone,
- Please don't think that... - By the way,
the boiler's playing up, and there's no hot water.
God, that's all we need.
Not to worry. The plumber will soon have it mended, milady,
别担心 水管工很快就能修好 小姐
and we'll bring water jugs up to the bedrooms tonight
and in the morning.
It can't be that hard.
We did it for 300 years.
Well, that went well.
Will you sack him?
No. As a matter of fact, I was quite interested.
不 事实上 我还觉得挺有趣
I never thought of him as a man of principle before.
I'll have to tell him
I'm only ordering for the servants' hall.
I'm afraid I've got his hopes up.
Speak of the devil.
I was just saying you'll be wanting to finalize the order.
Honestly, no one in the village
- can talk about anything else. - Of course.
Oh, now, I know it's a bit of a liberty,
but I've made a list of all the ingredients of your favorite dishes.
I know them well enough after all these years.
But some things will have to be brought in,
so we should really get on with it.
Well, I appreciate everything you've done, Mr. Bakewell...
My heart is fit to burst,
I don't mind telling you.
I shall have fed the king-emperor from my own shop.
If only my father were alive.
He'd be so proud of me. He would.
Well, I-I'm sure he'd be proud of you anyway, Mr. Bakewell.
Oh, no, no, not like this, no.
This is the peak of my career.
Well, the peak of my life, really.
Everyone's so jealous.
Oh, now, I've put ticks next to the ones I think you'll go for.
- Now, the thing is... - I'm guessing the luncheon
will be for around a dozen.
Of course, the dinner will be larger.
Let's say 30 or thereabouts?
You'll correct me if I'm wrong.
- Well, you see... - You're not wrong, Mr. Bakewell.
-是这样... -您说对了 贝克韦尔先生
But we'll say if the numbers change.
The pavlova's not realistic.
We'd be safer with a charlotte russe.
We can do most of the work before.
And I shall be serving!
I've danced with a man who's danced with a girl
Who's danced with the Prince of Wales
- I'm crazy with excitement - No. Stop it, Mr. Molesley.
-我激动疯了 -快停下 莫斯利先生
Completely off the rails.
All of my suppliers are so excited.
I shall never be able to thank you enough,
not if I live to be 100.
I feel like a liar.
And lower yourself to a kitchen skivvy
in the eyes of the village?
Never mind ruining Mr. Bakewell's year.
You'll do no such thing.
No maid. No valet.
We're modern folk.
Nanny will take care of Marigold.
And Anna can look after you.
Just like the old days. Granny's here, and Isobel,
and we're paying a call this afternoon on Princess Mary.
Has my new ball dress arrived?
Not yet, but it will.
How long have you worked for Her Majesty, Miss Lawton?
- Six years. - How interesting.
I expect you're a skilled needlewoman for that job.
Well, I've had no complaints.
I trained under Madame Lucile.
Her Majesty wanted a professional dressmaker.
And they found you?
My reputation found me.
Come on, you two. It's nearly 3:00.
快点 你们两个 快3点了
We ought to get ready.
- Will the princess be at the parade? - Thank you.
- They both will. - What time are they expecting us?
I always find her rather sad, Princess Mary.
Well, she is royal.
Royal women are not meant to grin like Cheshire cats.
Well, they don't have to look miserable.
Well, to you, she looks miserable.
To me, she looks dignified.
Doesn't that say it all?
How comforting to see you here, Carson.
看到你来了 真让我安心 卡森
What prompted you to take up the flaming sword again?
I felt I should go where I could do the most good, milady.
Wise words for all of us.
Her Royal Highness is here.
The Marchioness of Hexham,
the Countess of Grantham,
the Lady Mary Talbot.
Your Royal Highness.
Please, sit down, Lady Grantham.
I suppose you're in turmoil because of my parents' visit.
We don't need to explain it to you.
Just don't paint anything.
They're sick of the smell of new paint.
I hope it's not too late.
Are you living here now, ma'am?
No. No, we're still at Goldsborough.
But Lord Harewood's not well, so...
we've come to run the visit and the ball.
Hello, my darlings.
Have you been having a lovely day?
This is your lucky day.
I'm the new plumber, Tony Sellick.
Well, I'd better show you where the boiler is.
Where are you off to?
This is Mr. Sellick, the plumber.
I'm taking him to the boiler house.
- I'll do it. - No, you're all right.
-我来带吧 -不 不用了
Just tell Mrs. Patmore where I am.
Please bring the boys on Thursday.
Why are the children in here?
We just got back, and they wanted to...
They're not allowed in the drawing room before 6:00.
- But they... - Take them upstairs.
And don't bring them down again tonight.
- Yes, milord. - But they were only...
-是 老爷 -但他们只是...
- Please, Nanny? - No, we're going.
-求你了 保姆 -不行 我们得走了
You remember Lady Grantham and her daughters?
They want us to bring the boys to the parade.
No. They'd only cause a ruckus.
We were hoping you would both
stay for dinner that night, Lord Lascelles.
No, I'm afraid not.
I'll leave you to it.
Well, I suppose I better let you get started,
- so I'll be on me way. - Aren't you gonna wish me luck?
You don't look as if you need me to wish you luck, Mr. Sellick.
Or anyone else, for that matter.
You don't know what I need.
And I don't intend to find out.
Do we need to cut the grass again?
They're doing it tomorrow morning.
Hello, Mr. Branson.
Getting ready for Their Majesties, I see.
That's right. This is Lord Hexham.
May I present Major Chetwode.
Are you here for the parade?
I am. I'm staying at the pub.
- Milord? - Excuse me.
Or are you here to keep an eye on me?
I was rather hoping you'd be my guide for the ceremony.
Would you like a drink?
I'll join you in a minute.
- Who's he? - I don't really know.
Army, perhaps. Or maybe a civil servant.
But I'll drink with him
and try and put his mind at rest.
Maybe to make sure I'm a leopard who has changed his spots.
What about you, milady?
- Is everything ready? - No.
And my heart is pounding.
By the way, have you seen the silver box
from the table by the fire in the drawing room?
My grandmother used to keep playing cards in it.
- Is it missing? - Yes.
And so is the little cupid from the mantelshelf.
Oh, they must have been taken downstairs for cleaning.
I was just coming to you, milady.
Oh, don't worry. I'm fine.
- If that's all, milady? - I suppose.
-没别的事我先告退了 小姐 -没事了
Can you manage the jug and basin?
Or are they too heavy?
No, no, I can do it.
Oh, how's the boiler?
I'm sure they'll fix it soon.
Bertie was with Tom earlier.
You don't think Tom would ever try to make trouble?
Why do you say that?
Well, Bertie says there's some army type
who has him under surveillance.
Tom likes to shock, that's all.
He'd never be disloyal to this family. Never.
So, I said to her,
there's a little one here who still needs turning."
Careful. Mr. Sellick,
you'll make Daisy blush.
Takes more than that to make me blush.
- Now, get that down you. - You deserve that.
- It's very late. - Well, I've got to get it done.
And I don't mind long hours.
I, uh, mean to build me own business,
and you can't do that working 9:00 to 5:00.
These water jugs nearly killed me.
How did we manage in the old days?
Well, maybe people were tougher then.
Maybe they expected less from life.
Well, I expect a lot from life.
So do I. And I mean to have it, too.
Mr. Sellick's been working hard
for hours for our benefit, Andy.
Then it's time he went home.
Is the savory ready?
He's right. The new pump should arrive around 9:00.
- I'll be here. - So will we.
That was Mama. She's in London.
- She's staying with Rosamund. - She can't be.
She was here for lunch. She didn't say anything.
She went up this afternoon.
She'll be back tomorrow, so I've asked her to come for tea.
You must persuade her to leave Maud Bagshaw alone.
I don't believe even Mama
will pick a quarrel in front of the king.
I wonder if he can come early.
I am a bit. Are you?
Would it be common to admit it?
Not to an American.
Here we go, Mr. Carson.
I am Monsieur Courbet.
And this is Mrs. Webb, the housekeeper.
and it'll take you into the kitchen courtyard.
I said, I am Monsieur Courbet,
chef to Their Majesties.
Well done, Charlie.
Always start as you mean to go on.
This way, gentlemen.
- Miss Lawton? - I was just looking round.
It's a beautiful house.
You've seen many that are finer.
That's what I came for.
But we shouldn't be in here, really.
Prepare for your battle with the barbarians.
You. Uh, where can I put this?
We've cleared some space in the scullery.
And that cupboard.
What a lot of fuss over nothing.
Well, where's our order from Mr. Bakewell?
Well, how did you manage it?
A gardener helped me carry everything in, so no one saw.
I suppose you could sell the lot
and use the money to pay Mr. Bakewell.
Don't worry. They can eat it gradual
when the visit's over.
It's done, Mrs. Patmore.
The new pump's installed.
Hail the conquering hero.
It's Mrs. Hughes you should be telling.
Or Mr. Carson. Not them.
It's all right, Mr. Sellick.
We'll see the news gets through. Thanks.
I would not feed it to my dog!
But I don't need your help, Mrs. Hughes.
I just want to know where Their Majesties are sleeping
so Miss Stinson can prepare the rooms.
Then I will show you, Mrs. Webb,
because, without my help,
you will not find them.
Is it always like this?
A royal visit is like a swan on a lake.
Grace and serenity above, demented kicking down below.
I wish I could get away.
I've got tomorrow night off when Mr. Miller arrives.
Told my mum I'd look in.
Why don't you come to York with me?
- We could have a drink. - You should go.
- You're not on duty. - That settles it, then.
I'll come find you when I'm released.
We can borrow a car.
Mrs. Webb, I am the housekeeper here.
You are not housekeeper so long as
His Majesty is under this roof.
Yes, but he's not here yet, is he?
It's like living in a factory.
It reminds me of our days
as a convalescent home during the war.
although I always feel guilty saying so.
- Daddy's in the village. - Again?
What's he playing at?
I saw Tom looking very stern as I came up the drive.
I hope he's not building a bomb.
Many a true word is spoken in jest.
We think he's being tailed by Special Branch.
- Mama, how was London? - Oh, fine. Fine.
-妈妈 伦敦如何 -还好
What were you there for?
- Oh, various things. - But you hate London.
Whoever told you that?
Now, when do you want me tomorrow?
12:00 at the latest.
They arrive at half past.
But, Mama, you must promise not to attack Maud Bagshaw.
Well, I can't ignore her.
- She is my cousin. - Exactly.
Greet her as a cousin, and leave it at that.
I'll think about it.
But even if she has left everything to an outsider, what could we do?
But how could you know that? And how would you prove it?
We'd find a friendly judge.
Friendly or corrupt?
Whichever does the trick.
Are you here for dinner, Mama? It's a buffet.
您留下吃晚饭吗 妈妈 是自助餐
Well, I'm not changed.
We won't change, either,
so you just need to take off your hat.
You talk as if that were easy.
Where's the paper knife,
the silver one with my regimental crest?
They won't help tonight, apparently.
They won't lift a finger.
But then, my food is only fit for servants.
Well, at least your young hero seems to have sorted out the water.
He's not my hero.
Yes. Why did you call him that?
Oh, it was just a joke.
- But why's it funny? - Oh, Andy, leave it.
-哪里好笑了 -安迪 行了
But this is a rabbit hutch.
Don't look at me, Mr. Courbet.
You couldn't swing a cat in my room.
Gentlemen, please. I'm sure you'll find...
先生们 行了 你们肯定会...
I will have a bath, and then I will decide.
Perhaps I will find a hotel.
Where can we eat? Somewhere apart?
Why not in the servants' hall?
We never eat with the resident staff.
- Excuse me. - The water's cold.
Th-This is impossible.
We can't stay here with no hot water.
- Are you crazy? - But the boiler was fixed today.
It was hot an hour ago.
Well, it's cold now.
Why are you here again, Mr. Carson?
So you could keep control when I would fail?
Was that it? I-I forget.
You... Mr. Barrow, would you mind?
I'm not on duty, Mr. Carson. You are.
当班的不是我 卡森先生 是你
Since you are in my room, sitting at my desk,
it is for me to ask what you want.
Nothing from you.
that I have been in charge of Downton for many years.
Mr. Carson, you are a retired servant
in a minor provincial house,
serving an undistinguished family.
Your history is of no interest to me.
Now, if you will excuse me.
So, what would you like me to do?
I would like you to find a good book
and read it until we leave.
Mr. Carson, you'd better come and see this.
It's well and truly damaged.
- Can you mend it in time? - Oh, yeah.
But somebody should tell them
someone wanted to wreck the royal visit.
They ought to know.
- Has the dress arrived? - Not yet.
- What am I going to wear? - Carson, what is it?
-我要穿什么啊 -卡森 怎么了
Some folding chairs...
well, a great many chairs have been delivered, milady.
They're at the back door.
Anna thought you should be told at once.
She's right. They're for the parade,
and we'll have to set them out tonight.
There'll be no time tomorrow.
The villagers will start arriving from 9:00 onwards.
I'm not sure fate is on our side.
Have we let her take on too much?
Yes, you're right. Come on.
We should lend her a hand.
Well, you can't go out in this.
Remember to pray for us, mainly for better weather.
I'll put in a word.
Of course, little Mary could
hammer in a tent peg with her teeth.
I wonder who she got that from.
You know, I'm always surprised when you praise me.
I'm surprised to hear that I have.
As if things aren't bad enough without a thunderstorm.
We'll manage. I've roped in Mr. Molesley,
and Andy's gone for the truck.
But, well, Mr. Bates can't help.
And Mr. Barrow has vanished.
Ditto. Lord Hexham's out looking for Mr. Branson.
We'll have to do our best without them.
You're not going yourself?
Well, how else will they know what to do?
Then I'll fetch our coats.
Well, you don't have to come.
I'll just tell Mr. Bates where I've gone.
You're a good friend to me, Anna.
I hope we're good friends to each other, milady.
- This should be the last of them. - Great.
Okay, give me that, Mr. Molesley.
- Can you chuck us the rope? - Here you go.
- Tie it down, make sure it's tight. - Here we are.
-系好了 系牢了 -我们来了
- All set and ready. - Oh, Papa,
Dickie, you're so kind. But are you sure?
迪基 你们太好了 但真的没事吗
You'll be soaked to the skin and filthy.
Well, what's that to us? We're hunting men.
- Come on. - You don't need to come, my dear.
-走吧 -你就不用来了 亲爱的
We can manage it between us.
Of course I'm coming.
Cheer up, Molesley.
The villagers and guests will watch from both sides of the dais.
And there'll be seats at the front kept for the family.
- I'll join you there. - I suppose so.
We'll meet in the high street where we planned.
Don't bring anyone. Come on your own.
It's all ridiculous, of course.
It's a lot of fuss over nothing.
I thought you were here to check
I didn't do anything foolish and spoil things.
- In what way? - I don't know.
Throw eggs or wave a banner or shout.
丢鸡蛋 挥横幅 或喊话
But I'm starting to wonder about you.
I don't throw eggs.
- Have another? - Yes.
- Same again, please. - Right you are, sir.
-再来一样的 谢谢 -好的 先生
We'll bring a special chair up
for the queen after breakfast
when, hopefully, it will have stopped raining.
I shall carry it myself, milord.
- Well, what about the king? - Well, he'll be on his horse.
But suppose it's still raining?
God will make it stop.
Has he been in the pub the whole evening?
Well, the day has dawned,
and the weather proves conclusively that God is a monarchist.
Who could doubt it, milady?
Just need a minute to catch my breath.
welcome to Downton Abbey.
We're glad to be here, Lady Grantham.
You remember Lord Grantham's mother.
Hello, Lady Grantham.
Oh, can I help you?
Someone must, sir, or I... I may never rise again.
我是需要帮助 先生 否则我要起不来了
My daughter, Lady Mary Talbot.
The Marquess and Marchioness of Hexham.
Mr. Tom Branson.
Lord and Lady Merton.
This is kind of you,
- Lord Grantham. - Oh, not at all.
It is a great honor.
I'm sure you know,
but Princess Mary and Lord Lascelles
will be joining us for luncheon and the parade.
They're both coming?
As far as I'm aware.
Please forget I said that.
Said what, ma'am?
- Cousin Maud. - Violet.
Are we going to kiss?
I'm glad you want to kiss me.
It wasn't quite what you said when I last heard from you.
Wasn't quite how I felt when I wrote.
Can I help you at all?
Thanks. The others all shot off,
and I'm not sure if this is the right way.
What's your part in this circus?
I'm Lady Bagshaw's maid.
Well, then it's this door.
You just ask for Mrs. Hughes.
- She'll look after you. - Thank you.
Oh, have you tasted the water?
Only for body. Never for drinking.
This has just arrived for Lady Edith.
Lady Hexham these days, Mr. Bates, but...
是赫克瑟姆夫人了 贝茨先生 但...
Thank you, Albert. It's a relief.
谢谢 艾伯特 真松了口气
I want the milk now.
I want the egg yolks now.
I want the olive oil now.
And I want the vanilla pod now.
He wants a clip around the ear... now.
Careful, Mrs. Patmore.
Right. Who's taking this up? Mr. Molesley?
好 谁端上去 莫斯利先生
There's no need for you to meddle, Mrs. Hughes.
- We will see to it. - Meddle?
I don't believe I'm meddling in my own house, thank you.
- You take that one. - But it's not your house, is it?
-你把那个端上去 -但这不是你家 是吧
So, would you like to go and sit down?
- Now, just a minute. - Uh, you leave those.
For heaven's sake, go after them.
I really must protest. My staff are...
Keep them down here, Mr. Carson.
That goes for you, too.
Stay out of our way.
You've seen Their Majesties. Let it be enough.
- Excuse me. - Wait a minute.
What-what are you playing at?
Things seem calmer in the north.
You mean after the strike, sir?
Yes, if calmer means more resigned.
I'm not sure what the future holds.
And you, Lady Grantham.
Were you affected by the general strike?
Well, my maid was rather curt with me while it was on, sir.
罢工期间 我的女仆对我挺粗鲁的 先生
But, you know, she is a communist at heart.
So I suppose it was only to be expected.
Wasn't the princess joining us?
Lord Lacelles has been held up by something.
but they are planning to come for the parade.
I imagine the servants' bedrooms are quite pleasant here.
Why? Are you worried for your maid?
Lucy is more of a companion than a maid.
I'd hate for her to be uncomfortable.
I really have to go.
You can't embarrass Mama.
I'm sorry, but you must wait until we stand.
Lord Hexham, how is Northumberland?
As beautiful as ever, sir.
Can it spare you, do you think?
Well, that was humiliating.
Well, we might as well all go for a walk.
We cannot challenge the way
a royal visit is conducted, Mrs. Patmore.
Why don't we all meet back here after the parade?
there must be no trouble or disloyal tomfoolery of any kind.
We'll meet in the wine cellar.
Now, I'm walking to Mr. Bakewell's,
- if you've any errands. - No.
- we should get moving. - Of course, sir.
-我们该走了 -好的 先生
- Yes. - Here we go.
- Ma'am. - I'm so looking forward to this.
- Okay. - Good lunch, I thought.
What was the king saying earlier? I couldn't hear.
He's planning a tour for the Prince of Wales next March.
It'll take in most of the African colonies
- and finish in Cape Town. - And he wants you to go?
He thinks I'm a steadying influence.
How long would you be away?
About three months.
I can't believe my luck. Can you?
I think we're parked around the back.
What on earth are you doing here?
I might ask you the same question.
Go back, or you'll ruin things.
Isn't that what you're doing?
You don't know what I'm doing.
- Who's this? - This is my sister-in-law,
Lady Mary Talbot.
I told you to come alone.
- Tom! - Get the gun!
- Hold still. - Got him?
Calm down. You're not going anywhere.
- Hold still. - Are you all right, sir?
-别动 -你没事吧 先生
- High treason, that is. - Your Ladyship?
Why are you even here?
I didn't suspect him myself until last night.
How was I to know you'd given up on a free Ireland?
Isn't it free now?
Not with the bloody Crown around its neck!
- Take him away. - All right, sir.
-带他走 -好 先生
I'm not impressed you all decided
I was a royal assassin.
It was really the others.
If you'll follow us to the station.
Why didn't you tell us?
I thought he'd come to check up on me
and didn't want to drag you into it.
I assumed he'd back off
if I answered his questions and met him for a drink.
But last night at the pub,
I realized he wanted to use me to get close to the king.
We thought you'd miss it.
I was just in time.
I don't know why I bothered.
the Yorkshire Hussars are formed up, ready
and awaiting your inspection.
He's not feeling well.
Wasn't he out shooting yesterday?
- What do you want me to say? - Nothing.
You have to let me leave him.
We will not talk about it now.
Is that your maid?
That's right. Lucy.
Don't you call her by her surname?
She's been with me so long.
- He seemed so English. - And so he was.
A pillar of the establishment,
until the notion of Irish independence
took him over to the other side.
That's where I came in.
He'd heard my sympathies lay with Ireland and the republic.
Not at any cost.
I'm a law-and-order man these days.
That's what you lot have done to me.
So, will there be a great splash
all over the newspapers?
Oh, no. You'll find there isn't a whisper about this anywhere.
An establishment cover-up.
I don't believe in conspiracy theories.
- Do you... do you write? - I try.
Miss Smith. Did Mrs. Hughes sort you out?
And have you enjoyed the parade?
Do you work at the house?
I sell cars, and I help with the estate.
Lord Grantham is my father-in-law.
Oh, I do beg your pardon, sir.
Oh, no, please, let me explain.
I started here as a chauffeur.
You must be Lady Sybil's husband.
Lady Bagshaw and I followed the story.
We were so sad when she died.
How long ago was it?
Seven years, or nearly.
- My God. - I'm sorry.
- It's still painful. - Not in that way.
It doesn't hurt anymore, but it's still there.
- Can I ask you something? - Of course.
Was it hard, coming up like that?
Joining the family.
Between my old world and the new one,
sometimes I didn't know who I was.
I came to terms with it.
Quickly, everyone. Quick.
Come on. Quickly, Mr. Barrow.
Can somebody tell me what's going on? Anna?
What are we all doing down here?
Go inside. They can't hear us in there.
This is most improper.
Yes, why-why have you got us all here?
- Yeah. - I will tell you.
Mr. Bates and I...
we want to defend Downton's honor.
Would you like a repeat of how you were all treated at luncheon?
No, I bloody well would not.
Andrew, there are ladies present.
We think we should fight back.
I don't like the sound of this.
I do not like this at all.
We are going to clear the way so you cook and serve dinner
for the king and queen at Downton Abbey.
Well, oh, my God, is this a revolution?
Shall I fetch the pitchforks?
No, we're serious, Mr. Moseley.
But do you know what Mr. Courbet's brought in for tonight?
Mm, never mind that. We've got our own supplies.
And you can leave Mr. Courbet to me.
What do you want us to do?
Don't bother with the maids and valets.
We've no quarrel with them.
But we need to get rid of the royal butler for the night.
The Page of the Backstairs,
if you don't mind, Mr. Bates.
And the footmen need to be out of commission
from 7:00 until you finish serving them.
Well, what can we do about 'em?
Well, we could lock them in the attic.
Any more talk like that,
and we'll all end up in Botany Bay.
being pushed around and passed over
and told to stay down here by Mr. Wilson?
I will play no active part in this.
Well, suppose His Majesty sees
what's going on and is displeased.
Why? Do you think I'm not capable of cooking a decent dinner?
Oh, no, of course not. But-but I...
I'll see to the footmen.
What are you going to do?
So, does this mean we're back on duty after all?
- Me and Mr. Moseley? - And Albert as well.
You know where to find the state liveries.
- Well, come on, Daisy. - Will I pour wine
-走吧 黛西 -我能为
for the queen's sweet lips?
Any more of that, and we'll lock you in the attic.
I don't know why you're bothering.
What about that Mrs. Webb
who keeps telling us she's the housekeeper?
Don't you worry about Mrs. Webb.
I am more than a match for Mrs. Webb.
I still don't know how you're going to manage Mr. Courbet.
Well, there's, um...
I'm just going upstairs to lie down.
Can you get things ready for when I come back?
When will that be, O Mighty One?
Wake me in half an hour
if I'm not already in the kitchen.
Tell us about your maid.
Lucy is the daughter of...
David's army servant, Jack Smith.
And, like my husband, he died in the Boer Wars.
So you looked after his child?
Lucy had no mother, you see.
So I gave her a home.
That's very generous.
Generosity that has been amply returned, I can assure you.
You don't sound very glad.
I thought everyone was in the drawing room.
I've been dodging it, I'm afraid.
I suppose I ought to get back.
Can I get someone for you?
You're the widower of the youngest daughter, aren't you?
I've heard of you, Mister...
but I'm no good at that sort of thing.
Well, I suppose you can't be expected to know everyone.
Did you enjoy the parade?
I'm afraid I missed it completely.
- What a shame. - Well, to be honest,
I'm not much of a royalist.
Although I probably shouldn't say that out loud.
Certainly not to a stranger.
That seems odd, as the Crawleys
would die for the Crown if they had to.
You can love people you disagree with.
They're decent at the core.
People can be decent at the core but very difficult to live with.
And they're silly, too, and snobbish at times.
And I wouldn't give tuppence for their politics.
But I've learned to be happy with all of that.
they're my daughter's family.
And she lives here?
I nearly took her away once.
But she belongs here now.
I spent so much of my life not belonging anywhere.
That's important to me.
I suppose, in the end,
it's deciding what's important, isn't it?
You've given me a great deal to think about, Mr. Branson.
Good things, I hope.
That may be so, but...
now we must go in.
And you leave in the morning.
I wonder if we might have a talk later.
We'll find a cozy spot.
And Robert can join us.
I won't be interrogated, Violet.
Please, don't miss the chance to settle things between you.
But now I must go.
That was helpful. Thank you.
Well, I told you I wanted to help.
Well, thanks to you, we have her cornered.
There's a telephone call for you.
But, Sir Harry, they wouldn't get to London until 9:00.
但是 哈里爵士 他们9点才能到伦敦
The ball at Clarence House won't start till 10:00.
What ball at Clarence House?
The Duke of Connaught's.
What are you playing at, Wilson?
I'm not questioning you, sir,
not if it's what the Duke of Connaught wishes.
But how do I manage here?
Don't they have footmen at Downton?
Yes, there are footmen. But won't His Majesty...
His Majesty won't give a tinker's cuss!
Of course, Sir Harry. At once.
好 哈里爵士 我马上去办
Everything all right, Mr. Wilson?
I need to see my footmen
and the house footmen and the hall boy.
when is the next train to London?
I hope it's not bad news.
Very irregular, indeed.
I'll get drummed out of the regiment if they ever find out.
Well, you sounded convincing to me.
Oh, I'm very good at doing Sir Harry Barnston,
I can assure you.
What if Mr. Wilson rings back?
No one queries Sir Harry's orders.
Well, then they'd uncover the trick.
But they couldn't trace it back to me.
Right. Shall we go into York?
Sorry to miss out on the fun, in a way.
Where shall I wait for you when you're with your parents?
Did you manage to speak to someone?
I got hold of Madame Seymour's assistant.
They've sent you the wrong one.
It's similar in style but not, as you can see, in size.
款式类似 但是 如您所见 尺寸不同
Well, where's my dress now?
On its way to New York.
Well, that's that, then.
Everything's going wrong for me today.
- Milady? - Oh. Never mind.
How are things downstairs? Any better?
A bit better, yes, milady.
In fact, I ought to be getting back.
The painted glass that used to sit by my bed,
was it broken while I was away?
Leave it with me, milady.
You wouldn't mind a fitting later tonight, would you?
I don't understand. Who with?
I just had an idea.
I shouldn't think so,
not if she knows what's good for her.
I'm sorry to interrupt.
How clever of you to find me.
Well, not really. I lived here 40 years.
I assume this is your maid?
Yes, this is Lucy Smith.
Good evening, Smith.
Good evening, milady.
- Shall I go? - No, not for me. Not for me.
I'm delighted to meet you.
I've heard so much about you.
Is there something you want?
Oh, just-just to see you're comfortable
and to confirm our little chat for later.
I live my own life now, Violet.
I'm not what I was.
My father is gone. My husband is gone.
I see no reason not to do what I want.
Well, that doesn't mean there is no reason,
merely that you cannot see it.
I think Lady Merton is right.
We'll have it out, once and for all.
But now I must go to Her Majesty.
You're not to speak. You're not to think.
Just follow my lead.
Their Majesties must not know they're being served by anyone different.
I don't want them to even notice.
We will do our best, Mr. Wilson.
I don't want your best.
I want far better than your best.
Is everything under control here, Mr. Wilson?
I gather the others caught the train.
And this is what we're left with.
Mind you don't disgrace the state livery, Albert.
Of course, Mr. Carson.
Where is Monsieur Courbet?
- I came in here to see him. - Uh, he went out.
So I thought I'd better get on with dinner.
No, you were not right. You were entirely wrong!
不 你说的不是 大错特错
I don't know h-how that happened.
Well, I shall have to go and change.
We'll sort this out when I return.
If you don't want me to, I won't.
But you've already said that you will.
Because it's a fantastic chance.
It didn't occur to me you'd mind.
I don't, exactly. Not in that way.
I wasn't going to tell you.
I wasn't going to tell anyone, but...
I might be pregnant.
My heart is bursting.
Oh, well, that's exactly what I don't want.
- It could easily go wrong. - Oh, but-but if it doesn't...
Then I'll give birth
just as you set off on your three-month colonial tour.
Why didn't you say this when I first mentioned it?
You'd agreed before I had the chance.
Secrets always muddle things.
Oh, yes, that's right, let's make it my fault.
是啊 对 说成是我的错吧
Well, I'll tell the king I can't go.
And he'll accept that, will he?
Hello. It's Miss Smith, isn't it?
你好 是史密斯小姐 是吧
We were talking about you earlier. Weren't we?
What luck. You know Miss Smith, don't you?
Has something happened?
Old Lady Grantham came in while we were dressing.
I think the stage is set for a fight later, about me.
She thinks Lady Bagshaw means to favor me,
- and she doesn't approve. - What business is it of hers?
Lady Bagshaw must have her reasons,
and that's good enough for me.
There you are, Miss Lawton.
I hope you're having a well-earned rest.
Well, there's always less for me to do when Miss Aplin arrives.
But we must be ready for the ball tomorrow.
That's what I want to talk about.
Later this evening, when I go up to help Lady Hexham,
I want you to come with me,
fit a new ball dress and sew it overnight
so it's done before you leave in the morning.
Why on earth would I do that?
The box and cupid from the drawing room.
The library paper knife.
Lady Hexham's painted glass.
Never took the glass.
Then it must have been broken, like she said.
But you took something from that room.
A patch box from the dressing table.
I'd like them all back, please.
I can't sew a dress in a night.
When would I sleep?
When you get to Harewood tomorrow.
And don't think I won't tell.
"Queen's dresser a thief."
That'll make headlines from here to Peru.
The Marquess and Marchioness of Granby.
Sir William and Lady Ingleby.
Where are the royal footmen?
They've had to go back to London.
All of them? Wasn't that rather unlucky?
Unlucky for some, milady.
The Earl and Countess of Scarborough.
Will someone help me?
I'm going on to Turton's in a minute.
I'm Chris Webster, by the way.
I'm waiting for someone.
For a very long time.
Perhaps he's found better things to do.
Why don't you come with me?
You know you want to.
Excuse me, sir. My name's Barrow.
不好意思 先生 我叫巴罗
If someone comes looking for me, could you tell him I've gone?
Shall I say where to?
- Never mind that. - Turton's.
I just cannot understand where Mr. Wilson has got to.
Never mind him. What about you?
Surely, you can't really mean to leave His Majesty unattended.
But is it for me to attend him?
Well, you've got your breeches on.
- Well, I have, but... - Mr. Carson,
-这倒是 但... -卡森先生
this is your destiny.
You know as much, and so do I.
Now, accept it proudly.
And walk into that room with your head held high.
You can do it, Mr. Carson.
Please tell me what is going on.
Mr. Courbet is missing, ditto Mr. Wilson,
and your footmen are on their way up to London.
I am still in charge here.
No, Mrs. Webb. These are my people now.
不 韦伯太太 他们可是我的人
So please, uh, go back to the servants' hall and sit down.
Or would you rather ruin the evening?
That's telling her.
Mrs. Patmore forgot to send up the sauce.
And I've got the chopped egg.
Oh, that's kind when it's not your job.
We must all pull our weight tonight for Downton's glory.
Now, are you ready, boys?
Ready as we'll ever be.
We'll be fine, Mrs. Hughes.
What about you, Mr. Molesley?
I know I'm gonna forget my lines.
You haven't got any lines.
- You're on. - Right.
Remember to breathe.
I'm glad you're here, Mr. Carson.
I must go where my king needs me.
- Hello. - All right.
Looks like we've got some new blood here.
You're a very charming young man.
Stay with me! Stay with me, Michael!
留下嘛 留下吧 迈克尔
I can't believe this.
I've never seen anything like it.
There's a first time for everything.
Here. Come dance with me.
- What'd you say? - I said, "There's your friend."
No, my friend's over there.
I wish I could tell them how grateful they should be to you.
You were every bit as brave as I was.
you're talking in the wrong direction.
Don't worry about Granny.
She's getting ready to give Cousin Maud a grilling.
Mainly, I suspect, about her maid.
I think Lady Bagshaw sees her as more than just her maid.
Oh, I'm sure she does.
And that's what Granny's afraid of.
I might as well admit...
Don't let them put you off.
Tom, you're looking pleased with yourself.
He was just praising Lady Bagshaw's maid.
Well, uh, how did she contrive to make your acquaintance?
She didn't contrive anything. We met by chance.
What simpletons men are.
And I thought something else was planned.
But it is excellent.
So, a well-done to old Courbet.
- Oh, yes. - Yes, very delicious.
This wasn't Monsieur Courbet, Your Majesty.
Mrs. Patmore cooked it.
In fact, it is the Downton Abbey staff
who are serving you this evening.
I do beg your pardon, Your Majesty.
That's quite enough, Molesley.
You must give our compliments to Mrs. Patmore
Her Majesty is speaking to you.
With pleasure, Your Majesty.
That was kind of you, ma'am.
I suppose he's excited that they've had to take over
I wonder what's happened.
Whatever may have happened does not excuse his behavior.
I can assure you, Lady Grantham,
we are quite used to people behaving strangely
That's it. I've got you.
The peelers are here!
Make sure no one scarpers. Block all the exits.
- What's going on? - All right, gentlemen,
-怎么回事 -好了 先生们
that's the end of your evening. Shut that music up now!
You are all coming to the station with us.
We're just having a bit of fun, Officer.
No one's making any trouble.
That's for the judge to decide.
- Judge? - What did you think?
We're gonna slap your wrists and send you home?
I've never been here before.
You're here now. Right!
You're coming with us, you dirty perverts. Out.
跟我们出来 臭变态 出来
- Get out! Move it! - Come on, you filthy sods.
-出来 快 -快走 恶心的混蛋
- Come on, you lot. - Pack it in. Get in the van.
-快走 -上去 上车
- There we are, my dear. - Oh, thank you.
-给 亲爱的 -谢谢
There might be a moment.
She has Maud wound around her little finger.
Then we need to know why.
Well, I'll look forward to it, gentlemen.
- Thank you, Your Majesty. - Milord.
-谢谢 陛下 -大人
What is it, Hexham?
Well, Your Majesty, it's this.
I've just learned that Lady Hexham
is expecting our first child.
But that's wonderful news.
We're not telling anyone quite yet,
but I thought you'd be interested.
And so I am. Congratulations.
The-the thing is, sir,
it's due to be born around the time
the prince and I will be setting off on tour.
Please make it register with him.
Help the prince to understand what it means
to have a real family life.
You can be such an example to him.
Very well. Let's get to the point.
Robert is my nearest relation on my father's side.
But he will not be my heir.
And there we have it.
Who will be? Can you tell us?
Lucy Smith, my maid.
What? Are you out of your mind?
No. And I know what I'm doing.
On the contrary, you're-you're clearly insane.
You should be in an asylum.
How like you. A word of resistance,
and you slash with your saber.
It is lucky for Miss Smith that I do not own a saber.
So, this is truly your choice?
Lucy has taken care of me for many years.
I wish to show my gratitude.
With the family house?
With the family estate?
You belong in a straitjacket.
To treat your maid as a blood relation
is to unpick every fiber of the English way of life.
What piffle you talk.
Please, there is no need to argue.
Face it, Violet,
I'll outlive you anyway,
so it need trouble you no further.
And now... I must attend Her Majesty.
Game, set and match to Lady Bagshaw.
Not while I'm the umpire.
We had a few drinks, and Mr. Barrow thought
it'd be fun to play a trick on the queers, that's all.
He was only in there for five minutes.
Dancing the tango with another man.
Come on, Sergeant, it was a joke.
得了 警长 就是个玩笑
Turns your stomach, though.
Yeah, I'd rather be dead if I thought I was one of them.
是啊 如果我是那种人 我宁可去死
But what can I say to the earl?
The Earl of Grantham.
Mr. Barrow is his butler.
Of course, you'll want to see proof of my identity.
- Was it you who got me out? - No.
The good fairy came down on a moonbeam.
How did you know where I'd gone?
The landlord told me.
Waited outside, followed you here.
Then I showed the sergeant my card,
and that seemed to settle things.
"The royal household."
He must have loved that.
I'm afraid I've been a silly boy.
You just need to be a bit more circumspect in future, Mr. Barrow.
Could you please remove it, milady,
leaving the pins in place?
Can you really get it done before you go?
- I don't see how. - She'll finish it.
- Won't you? - I'll do my best.
I'm sure you'll manage.
By the way, I think I know what happened to the cupid
from the drawing room, milady.
Really? Was it missing?
Your dress will be ready in the morning, milady.
I don't know how you persuaded her.
She's nice, really. When you get to know her.
Is there anything else?
Only to say that you're a genius.
- Good night. - Good night.
I'm afraid I didn't get anywhere.
Just because the king
doesn't see that a man has any part to play in childbearing.
But you'd think he'd know that one likes to be around.
You can't just tell him no?
Darling, I'm one of the senior peers in the land.
What do you think that means?
What do you think I'm sworn to?
could I have a word before you ring for your maid?
Does Lucy know that you're her mother?
For years, I said I was her godmother,
but I told her the truth on her 18th birthday.
How old was she when Jack died?
She'd lived with Jack and his mother until then.
But I took her into the house,
and she went to the village school
until, eventually, she became my maid.
I suppose if she'd been your ward,
people would have guessed.
Who takes notice of a servant?
I hid her in plain sight.
Did you love Jack Smith?
Everyone should know a total love at least once.
My husband was very dull, you know?
He wasn't a bad man, but...
but he wasn't a clever one, either.
Then he died, and Jack came to see me,
and it began from there.
I know it sounds reckless,
but I was 39 when I got pregnant.
I thought I was barren.
Of course, I knew I couldn't tell my father, so...
I went to America.
They must have thought that wild.
Well, little did they know how wild it really was.
But you were happy with Jack?
We had ten years together before he died.
I'd have married him if I'd had the courage.
But you never knew my father.
I suppose royal service kept you silent on the subject.
But it was cowardice, really.
Now, by making Lucy my heir,
I will have taken the first step.
You must tell Violet at once.
- I couldn't. - You're wrong.
As soon as she knows the truth, she'll fathom your plans
and cease to fight you.
The servants seem to be enjoying themselves tonight.
What happened to the royal team?
It's a long story, milady.
But you're right. We did have fun.
Well, I'm glad it's gone well for everyone.
But I don't think I could face doing it again.
You're not finished yet.
You've still got the ball at Harewood.
Yes, but it won't be our fault if anything goes wrong.
是啊 但如果出了事 可就不再怪我们了
That's not very cheerful.
The last few days have made me think.
Should we really go on with it?
We're running the house with too few people as it is,
and half of those here now will leave soon.
What are you saying, milady?
Isn't it time to chuck in the towel?
Lots of people have.
You mean... leave Downton?
We could sell it for a school
or an old people's home or something.
And buy a manor house with a modest estate
and live a normal life.
Is that what you want?
I want everything to stop being such a struggle.
Will the staff stay? Will the farms pay?
What are we going to do about the roof?
When I was putting up the chairs in the rain,
I kept thinking, "What am I doing?"
I'll tell you what you're doing, milady.
You're making a center for the people who work here.
Downton Abbey is the heart of this community,
and you're keeping it beating.
So you think we should battle on?
While there's blood in your veins.
Is she settled for the night?
She's more rattled than settled.
There was an argument. It was about me.
I hear from Lord Grantham
she's planning to alter your life for the better.
He says Old Lady Grantham was up in arms.
Are you entitled to your good luck?
Do you know why she's doing it?
And I think it's fair.
Go forward in health, and use your luck wisely.
I have such a feeling that you can understand
what's going on inside my head when no one else does
I'll miss our talks.
Would you like to write to me?
I could always provide a shoulder.
I should be pleased and flattered if you would.
And now I think it's time to say good night, Mr. Branson.
Good night, Miss Smith.
Here's to the triumph of Downton
and my beautiful wife.
Oh, here's to all of you who brought it off.
Here's to Mr. Carson for swallowing his principles.
Well, I shan't sleep a wink tonight.
And here's to Her Majesty for taking pity on Mr. Molesley.
For a moment there, I thought I was headed for the Tower.
You're not coming round to 'em, are you?
It was decent of her, Daisy,
when she could have let it spoil things.
Not everyone's like Robespierre.
Let's hear it for the king and queen.
The king and queen.
I've got to tell you something, Daisy.
It was me that broke the pump.
I don't know what I was doing.
I was just in a jealous rage.
- Why? - It was that plumber you made eyes at.
And then when I realized I'd brought him back to the house,
I went nearly mad.
I did not make eyes.
I liked him, but there was nothing more to it.
Well, I feel a fool now.
You tried to wreck the visit of the King of England.
You risked being sacked,
you risked ruin...
...just for the love of me?
I just... my feelings took over.
That's all I can say.
Can you forgive me?
Oh, Andy, I'd have done it myself if I'd had the nerve.
安迪 如果我有这胆子 我也会那么做的
Don't you see what it means?
We're alike, you and I.
Full of passion for what matters.
I thought you were easily satisfied,
but I see now you're not.
So we can fight our way to a better world together.
I'm not sure I've shown enough gratitude for what you did.
We have to stick together, men like us.
I don't know any men like I am.
I've never just talked to someone like me.
Well, we're talking now.
Just to be two blokes, having a chat,
not trying to fit in for once.
Well, we all have to do what we must to get by.
But yeah. Feels good to be two ordinary blokes.
Will they ever see it our way?
50 years ago, who'd have thought man could fly?
Well, here's the dress.
We can try it before you leave.
No need. It'll fit.
Those are the things you wanted.
Why do you do it, Miss Lawton?
Doesn't it ever worry you
that on each table in this house,
there's an ornament that you couldn't buy
with a year's wages?
And what's your answer?
Because everyone can't have them,
- no one should have them? - No.
My answer is, "Why can't I have them?
Don't worry, they won't miss what I take.
I doubt there's more than one in 100
would even notice they're gone.
But they're not yours, Miss Lawton.
And they never will be.
I'd give it up if I were you.
What if people were to think Her Majesty was light-fingered
if things go missing from every house she stays in?
Keep your advice for someone who's interested, Mrs. Bates.
Those doors play up something dreadful.
They jam and stick for no reason.
It's happened to everyone.
Why didn't any of you look for me?
I thought I'd seen you go out, Mr. Wilson.
I'm afraid I was mistaken.
Just as you were mistaken in not waking Monsieur Courbet.
We thought he'd gone out and all.
Thank you, Mrs. Hughes.
A little more marmalade, if you please.
The footmen have telephoned this morning.
It seems it was a hoax that took them up to London.
- But who would do that? - Who, indeed?
We can investigate when we get to Harewood.
I should be careful, Monsieur Courbet,
unless you enjoy ridicule.
- What? - I'd say the dinner was a success.
They sent down their compliments,
so I think it must have been.
Well, then, why call attention to it?
Would you show to advantage in this story, do you think?
But what do we say if we're asked?
There was a confusion in London.
Monsieur Courbet was ill.
If I were you, I wouldn't mention it.
Not unless they bring it up.
I've been looking everywhere.
What's the matter, darling?
Is it something I can help with?
Judging by last night, I doubt it.
I just want to own my own life.
I want to say things that I think and do what I like.
- Don't you now? - No.
I spend my time entertaining people who bore me to death
because they're entitled to sit at our table.
I attend committees that I haven't chosen
because they've chosen me.
I used to have a job that I loved, but not anymore.
And now my husband won't be there when I have a baby.
The woman in the lodge is entitled to that, but I'm not.
Their Majesties are getting ready to leave.
Darling, what's the matter?
Nothing you can help with.
Oh, uh, we should go up.
Their Majesties are on their way.
So, you're off to London?
They'll drop me at the station.
Well, I hope we can keep in touch.
I feel I've finally found a friend.
Is that what you found, Mr. Barrow?
- Their Majesties are going. - Thanks.
I want you to have this.
It's not much, but I've had it for years.
It'll remind you of me.
That's the point, isn't it?
So you can think of me till we meet again?
I hope you enjoy your time at Harewood, sir.
Yes. I hope so, too.
It isn't really goodbye
when we'll see you all this evening.
We're looking forward to the ball.
Harewood is such a wonderful house.
Well, let's mount up, shall we?
- We'll see you later, Grantham. - Your Majesty.
-回头见了 格兰瑟姆 -是 陛下
Well done, everyone. Shall we head back in?
好样的 各位 我们回去吧
Mary, what are you wearing to the ball?
Carson, what happened to the royal servants last night?
Hard to say, milord.
They sort of gave up the ghost.
Well, you managed splendidly.
Although I could have done without Molesley's aria.
But please thank the staff for saving the day.
- Excuse me. - Can I ask you something?
What did you give Monsieur Courbet?
A double dose of a sleeping draught
from Mr. Bakewell's... in his tea.
I'm afraid I made rather a fool of myself last night.
You could never be a fool to me.
Do you mean that, really?
And I think you know how much.
You're right, Mrs. Patmore.
It's time I started to plan my wedding.
Well, I don't know what took you so long.
I wasn't sure before, but I am now.
Well, that's good to hear.
I'm happy, Mrs. Patmore.
I don't often say that, but I am.
Are you very shocked by it all?
I should be. Interfering with the palace staff on a royal visit--
and me part of it, to boot.
I don't know what came over me.
They had it coming to them, Elsie.
Let's face it, they had it coming in spades.
Welcome back, Mr. Talbot.
Hello, Carson. Mrs. Hughes.
你们好 卡森 休斯太太
Do you know where I'll find Lady Mary?
After everything that's gone on,
I should think she'll be lying down, sir.
That's nice that he's back in time for the ball.
And thank the Lord we don't have to organize it.
Oh, darling, you don't know what we've lived though.
I'm sorry I couldn't get here sooner.
It was the first ship after the last meeting, I promise.
Oh, never mind. You're here now.
And I don't have to go to the ball alone
like a sad little wallflower.
Well, I'll only come if you promise to dance with me nonstop.
- Good evening. - Your Majesty.
I suppose Maud has brought
that scheming little minx with her.
If you continue in this vein,
you will only make yourself look stupid.
- What-what do you mean? - What I say.
Are you keeping something from me?
Why aren't you happy?
I thought you'd be delirious.
Well, we are happy, if you mean it. Very.
But how will you manage Henry?
By altering the way we manage each other.
And it may not be easy,
but I've decided that I'm staying with him.
I just don't understand what changed your mind.
It was something Mr. Branson said
about deciding what matters.
For me, the Crown matters more than any of us.
I can make it work.
Branson? The Irish republican?
Oh, you're well-informed.
I'm better informed than you know.
So, he persuaded you to do this?
Oh, we were talking after the parade.
Say something nice. Please.
I have to say, it's been very quiet without you.
I wish we had spoken more while we were at Downton Abbey.
- Do you, sir? - Certainly.
-是吗 先生 -是的
I believe I have more than one reason to be grateful to you.
What was that all about?
I'll tell you when we're alone.
Why more than one?
That's Princess Mary.
She was at Downton for the parade yesterday.
Didn't you see her?
Not at the parade.
But I saw her afterwards at the tea.
So, you see, she has Brompton blood,
albeit from an unusual angle.
Why did you not say this long ago?
It seemed too great a leap for you.
Well, who do you think I am?
Some maiden aunt who's never left the village?
Well, don't think I approve, because I don't.
But at least I understand.
Does Miss Smith know the truth?
When I get home, I will hire another maid,
and Lucy can be my companion.
Well, that's much more suitable.
And I'm afraid you'll dislike it,
but she says that she and Tom Branson
have agreed to correspond.
I will lick the stamps myself.
You are amazing, Violet.
You haven't won, you know.
I don't believe in defeat.
But we can hammer this out
when you come back to stay, you and Lucy,
when you've finished your tour of duty.
You mean I am once more a member of this family?
She's right, you know. Brompton is gone.
And you must all learn to live with it.
I think we can get it back.
For Tom, at least.
That's why we need the girl back here.
After all these years, you still astonish me.
I'm glad I'm a revelation and not a disappointment.
- It's very important. - Quite right.
- Oh, there they are now. Do ask. - Ah, yes.
-他们来了 问问吧 -好
There you are, Hexham.
I'm sad you can't be part of the prince's tour,
but we'll find something else for you to do.
- What? - Sir, I-I didn't, um...
-什么 -先生 我不...
I understood why not, uh,
as soon as Her Majesty had explained it to me.
Congratulations to you both.
You're looking very sunny tonight.
I'm happy. Why? Does it bother you?
我很幸福 怎么 让你不爽吗
No. But tell me, what are you playing at
没有 但告诉我 你对汤姆
with Tom and Cousin Maud's famous maid?
I heard you at dinner last night.
What are you up to?
You know she'll inherit the Brompton estate.
- Well, so Mama told me. - Well, then,
wouldn't you like Tom to have a proper establishment?
Oh, you devious cat.
Will they be happy? Do you think they will?
Oh, I just want a word with Granny.
How long were you planning to wait
before you told us why you really went up to London on Wednesday?
Since you ask, I haven't decided.
So, if I tell you now,
will you promise to keep it to yourself?
I had some medical tests a few weeks ago,
and I went up to London to hear the results.
- Yes? - And, uh,
I may not have long to live.
It won't be too quick.
you can never get a London doctor to be precise.
- Oh, Granny. - No.
My dear, save your tears for something sad.
Th-There's nothing sad here.
I have lived a privileged and an interesting life,
I'm leaving the family
and the place that I treasure
in talented hands.
- Well, I know Papa will be... - Oh, no, no.
No, I don't mean your father.
I... No, I-I love him dearly.
No, I... I mean you.
You are the future of Downton.
But I have such doubts, Granny.
Are we right to keep it all going
when the world it was built for
is fading with every day that passes?
Will George and Caroline still be living that life?
- Are we living it now? - No, no.
Our ancestors lived different lives from us,
and our descendants will live differently again,
but Downton Abbey will be part of them.
Won't be the same without you.
You'll take over from where I left off.
You'll be the frightening old lady
keeping everyone up to the mark.
Thank you very much.
You will, my darling.
And you'll do it wonderfully.
You're the best of me that will live on.
Oh, Granny, I love you so much.
But should you be here tonight?
Won't you be worn out?
Oh, Mary, I can't spend the rest of my life
in a shower of "How are you feeling?"
and "Are you quite well?" Oh, no.
The point is... I'll be fine until I'm not.
总之 我没事 直到我有事
That's all there is to it.
The dancing's starting.
You mustn't miss it.
You know, you'll always be with us, Granny.
Staring from every picture,
talking from every book,
as long as the house stands.
Sounds very exhausting.
Do you know, I think...
I should prefer to rest in peace.
What is it you want?
We have things in common.
The boys, horses, racing.
孩子 骑马 比赛
And there must be more if we look for it.
I want us to be friends.
Well, we'll have to see.
We'll have to change.
How did that happen?
Was it you, Mama?
How did you do it?
Bertie asked the king.
I asked the queen.
I do love our adventures.
But isn't it fun when they're over?
What are you doing here?
I wanted to see the dancing,
so I thought I'd pretend I was bringing Lady Bagshaw a handkerchief.
I can give it to her, if you'd like.
I wish you could dance with me.
I've got a question for you.
You'd never want to leave Downton
and start up somewhere else, would you?
And tell me truthfully.
What brought this on?
I think we're stuck with it, aren't we?
Yes, I believe we are.
We shouldn't come out this way.
Oh, they won't mind.
Well, they've gone, and Downton is still standing.
Elsie, a hundred years from now,
Downton will still be standing.
And the Crawleys will still be here.
And that is a promise.
We'll see, Charlie.