唐顿庄园第一季第六集_8

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唐顿庄园第一季第六集_8

[INT. DOWNTON - EVENING
[Mary exits the drawing room where Branson and Gwen are waiting.] 
GWEN 
I've fetched a coat
[Gwen helps Mary into the coat.] 
LADY MARY 
Why? What do I need a coat for?
BRANSON 
I've come to fetch you, my lady. We've taken Lady Sybil to Crawley House in the village
LADY MARY 
What's happened
BRANSON 
I took her to Ripon for the count. She got injured in a fight
[Mary touches Branson's hand and covers her mouth in fear.] 
LADY MARY 
Take me there at once
[Branson and Mary rush off.]  

[INT. CRAWLEY HOUSE - EVENING
[Isobel rings out the blood into a bowl as she treats Sybil's head wound. Sybil lies on a couch, regaining consciousness. Mary enters.] 
LADY MARY 
My God. Oh, my darling... 
MATTHEW CRAWLEY 
I didn't know what to do, so I had Branson bring her here
LADY MARY 
Quite right. Mama would have fainted if she'd seen her like this. As for Papa... 
ISOBEL CRAWLEY 
This will sting a bit, but it's stopped bleeding. Did you know she was planning this
MATTHEW CRAWLEY 
Of course not
ISOBEL CRAWLEY 
Well, what were you doing there? I was working late. I'd forgotten it was election night or I wouldn't have stayed
LADY SYBIL 
I'm so grateful you did.

LADY MARY 
I could ring Branson's neck
MATTHEW CRAWLEY 
What was he thinking? I'm afraid it'll cost him his job
LADY SYBIL 
No. I told him he was taking me to a committee meeting. When he realised what it was, he wanted to come straight back
LADY MARY 
You'll have to stick up for him, because Papa will skin him alive
MATTHEW CRAWLEY 
Are you feeling strong enough to go home
LADY SYBIL 
I think so, if you'll take me
[Matthew smiles and offers her a hand to help her up.] 
LADY MARY 
Here, wear my coat to cover the blood. You'll look more normal
[Mary takes it off and puts it around Sybil's shoulders.] 

MATTHEW CRAWLEY 
Lean on me
[Isobel regards Mary as Mary watches Matthew lead Sybil out. Mary turns to her.] 
LADY MARY 
Thank you so much for this
[Mary turns to leave, but stops.] 
LADY MARY 
By the way, what happened to William's mother
ISOBEL CRAWLEY 
Not good, I'm afraid. She's home, but she's still very weak. Another attack should finish her
LADY MARY 
And he still doesn't know?
ISOBEL CRAWLEY 
She's adamant. I've tried to explain how hard it'll be on him, but she won't have him disturbed. To hear her talk, you'd think he was a cabinet minister
[Mary smiles.] 
LADY MARY 
He's made her proud. There are plenty of children in grander circumstances who'd love to say the same
[Mary leaves and Isobel is surprised by her words.] 

[INT. MR CARSON'S OFFICE - EVENING
[Mr Carson locks storage cupboard doors.] 
MRS HUGHES 
I wish you'd tell me what's troubling you. If it's this business with Mr Bates... 
MR CARSON 
Oh, it's not that. I'll get to the bottom of that
MRS HUGHES 
Well, I hope you'll do it soon. If there's one thing I hate, it's an \"atmosphere,\" and we've got a real atmosphere going now. It's an unfair rumour which needs to be scotched
MR CARSON 
It's very hard to hear the names of people you love dragged in the mud. You feel so powerless
MRS HUGHES 
Well, I respect Mr Bates, but I'm not sure that I love him
MR CARSON 
I wasn't thinking of Mr Bates
[Daisy knocks at the open door and enters.] 

DAISY 
Mr Carson, have you got a minute
MRS HUGHES 
What is it, Daisy? Mr Carson's a very busy man.
DAISY 
I know he is, but I think he'll want to hear this. I told you something that wasn't true
MR CARSON 
Why would you do that
DAISY 
I did it as a favour for a friend, but I know now he was wrong to ask if of me
[Carson and Mrs Hughes exchange a significant look.] 

[EXT. DOWNTON, FRONT WALK - NIGHT
[Matthew helps Sybil out of the car. Mary follows them towards the house, but Branson takes off his hat and addresses her.]
BRANSON 
She's not badly hurt, is she
LADY MARY 
I don't think so, no
BRANSON 
Thank God
LADY MARY 
Better be prepared. I'm afraid Lord Grantham will hit the roof
[Branson nods.] 
BRANSON 
I never would have taken her there. I may be a socialist, but I'm not a lunatic
LADY MARY 
I'm not sure Papa knows the difference
[Branson nods.] 
BRANSON 
You'll let me know how she gets on
[Mary is surprised.] 
BRANSON
Please
LADY MARY (nods
If you wish
[Mary enters the house.] 




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