Seriously, we wish this video game really existed.
You can't actually play this "Downton Abbey" 16-bit game, but it looks and sounds exactly like s...
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Whenever Matthew protests he can't inherit money from his ex-fiancee's father because it would be "wrong," you imagine Lady Mary braining him with a vase.
What "Downton" does well is worth the price of admission, and the actors in this cast are a continual treat, yet I feel compelled to list the problems and pleasures I find in the drawing rooms and the servants' quarters.
Downtown excels at drawing the reader in, using what we writers call "bridging conflict" -- an incident or event that sets the stage for the larger story.
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A genealogical search reveals my dirty little secret life as a closet Brit!
Despite my name, I nev...
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