Downton Abbey Season 6 Episode 5: "605" Quotes
Robert: If this is it, just know that I have loved you very, very much.
Cora: This isn't it, darling. Don't... We won't let this be it.
Robert: I'm afraid Mama seems to see this argument as the last battle, the last big fight of her life. If she loses, there'll be hell to pay.
Cora: Then there'll be hell to pay.
Bertie: I suppose you've guessed how much I like you.
Edith: You don't know me.
Bertie: I know you enough to think about you all the time when we're apart.
Tom: You are funny.
Mary: What do you mean?
Tom: The way you have to keep making reasons for why you'll meet. You to watch him drive cars, you to have dinner with a friend. Why can't you just say, "I'd love to spend more time with you, when can we do it?"
Henry: Oh, I'll tell you who was talking about you the other day. Evelyn Napier.
Mary: Oh, how is he?
Henry: He's well. Still single, of course, and, I suspect, still pining for you.
Mary: He will pine in vain, but I'm very fond of him.
Henry: La Belle Dame sans Merci. (The beautiful woman without mercy.)
Tom: What does that mean?
Henry: It means Lady Mary knows what she's about.
Anna: Bad harvest, bad harvest.
Bates: What does that mean?
Anna: In the old days, when the crop was good, the farmers used to shout "Bad harvest!" so the gods wouldn't grow jealous of their luck and destroy them.
Bates (shouts): Bad harvest!
Anna: That ought to do it.
Robert: You'll be in a very junior seat.
Violet: Il faut reculer pour mieux sauter. (You have to step back to jump further.)