I don´t pretend I have much credit with you.
I´m not even sure, that you´re there.
But if you are and if I´ve ever done anything good, I beg you to keep him save.
Lady Mary Crawley: Haven´t you heard? I don´t have a heart. Everyone knows that.
Anna Bates: I know you have a heart, mylady.
Violet Crawley: Don´t you care about Downton?
Robert Crawley: What do you think? I gave my life to Downton. I was born here and I hope to die here. It my third parent and my fourth child.
Edith Crawley: '[About the Titanic] I thought it was supposed to be unsinkable.'
Robert Crawley: 'Every mountain is unclimbable until someone climbs it; so every ship is unsinkable until it sinks.'
I'll never love again as I love you in this moment, and I must have something to remember.LiebeserklärungenAnthony Foyle (Downton Abbey)
Mrs. Hughes: 'But the poor man's heart is breaking for not knowing.'
Anna: 'Better a broken heart than a broken neck.'
Maybe it's best if he goes. Sometimes you can spend too much time on a one-sided love.Beryl Patmore in Downton Abbey
It's not complicated. I've made a long journey to ask a short question. Will you marry me?Anthony Foyle in Downton Abbey
I'm not unhappy. I'm just not quite ready to be happy.Mary Crawley in Downton Abbey
Blake: 'I don't deserve such attention.'
Mary: 'You certainly do. You saved our bacon. Quite literally.'
Molesley: 'I thought I'd make some coffee, would you like a cup?'
Baxter: 'No thank you.'
Molesley: 'It's just a cup of coffee, you won't have to surrender any of your independence.'
I do hope I’m interrupting something.Violet Crawley in Downton Abbey
I don't dislike him, I just don't like him. Which is quite different.Violet Crawley in Downton Abbey, Staffel 2 Episode 6
I'm a woman, Mary. I can be as contrary as I choose.Violet Crawley in Downton Abbey, Staffel 2 Episode 4
What's the matter, I have plenty of friends I don't like.Violet Crawley in Downton Abbey, Staffel 1 Episode 2
Violet: 'I'm so looking forward to seeing your mother again. When I'm with her, I'm reminded of the virtues of the English.'
Matthew: 'But isn't she American?'
First electricity, now telephones. Sometimes I feel as if I’m living in an H.G. Wells novel.Violet Crawley in Downton Abbey