This week's episode of Downton Abbey focuses on a timeless question: Should women say what they think?
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Things got tense on "Downton Abbey" as the household faced financial strife -- though most don't know it yet. But their woes didn't stop Lord and Lady...
The real appeal of the show lies in nostalgia for a bygone era, with all its accompanying delights: the gorgeous clothing, the multi-course meals, the simple rituals of daily life. The writers, with their cheap tricks, only muddy it up.
Sir Richard Carlisle, the self-made newspaper magnate, finds himself embroiled in a phone scandal: his reporters have been calling up Buckingham Palace and asking if they have Prince Albert in a can.
The fervor around the Crawley sisters is something that calls to mind an earlier historically-themed obsession in my female friends' lives: The American Girl dolls.
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