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While visiting from Dublin, Sybil's husband, former chauffeur Tom Branson (Allen Leech, who really comes in to his own), clashes with most everyone until a tragedy helps to heal the political and religious divides, allowing him to more fully integrate into their world, a theme that runs throughout the year. Other conflicts revolve around Edith's fiancé, Sir Anthony (Robert Bathurst), and the new footman, Alfred (Matt Milne), who strikes Thomas (Rob James-Collier) as a threat to his hegemony. Though Daisy (Sophie McShera) finds him appealing, Alfred prefers her kitchen colleague, Ivy (Cara Theobold), but she only has eyes for Jimmy (Ed Speleers), whom Mrs. Hughes (Phyllis Logan) aptly describes as "vain and silly." In its third go-round, some storylines meander unnecessarily, like the saga of the fallen woman trying to reenter respectable society, but the multiple plotlines are always easy to follow, and Downton remains gloriously addictive. Abundant extra features examine every aspect of the production, including the tragic event that concludes the finale. Kathleen C. Fennessy
I love this show and can't wait for the next season to start, I'll be watching every episode!
The characters are so believable, and I've learned so much about the history and culture of the English aristocratic life during this time period.
We find the characters compelling and a story line with enough plot twists and humor to keep the series truly entertaining.
I watched the very first episode expecting to not like and be able to dismiss it. What actually happened is that I cant get enough. Its like a reality show but not stupid. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Joey Shiver
Brilliant acting, story lines, location, costuming.... addictive. Can't wait to see the next episode.Published 2 days ago by Glenda
Great period piece, always incorporating the changing environment.Published 2 days ago by Louise Beyer
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The DVD set is Season 3. However there are a few more minutes shown on PBS than are included in the DVD episodes.
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Hi Judy, I don't believe it does. I have been looking for season 3 with the Christmas special 2012 but no luck. It seems they sell the season 3 then they sell the Christmas Special 2012 as a stand alone Dvd. I have even checked the Uk site and it's the same as a stand alone. Hope that helps.
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