唐顿庄园第一季第二集_3

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2013-4-18 11:06

唐顿庄园第一季第二集_3

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唐顿庄园第一季第二集_3

[INT. MR CARSON'S OFFICE - DAY]
[William knocks on the open door.]
WILLIAM
This was at the back door.
[William hands Carson a letter.]
MR CARSON
Thank you, William.
[Mr Carson opens and reads it and his expression shifts from surprise to concern.]
[EXT. THE VILLAGE - DAY]
[Bates strolls through the village and sees Carson hurrying into The Dog and Duck, checking that no one sees him entering, but missing Bates as he walks past the hospital.]

[INT. DOWNTON COTTAGE HOSPITAL, WARD - DAY]
DR CLARKSON
It's kind of you to take an interest.
ISOBEL CRAWLEY
I'm afraid it's a case of the war horse in the drought. You know my late husband was a doctor.
DR CLARKSON
I do. I'm familiar with Dr Crawley's work on the symptoms of infection in children.
ISOBEL CRAWLEY
Ah. Even I studied nursing during the South African war.
DR CLARKSON
Really?
[A nurse escorts a weeping woman out of the ward.]
DR CLARKSON
Very distressing. A young farmer, John Drake, a tenant of Lord Grantham's, came in today. It's dropsy, I'm afraid.
ISOBEL CRAWLEY
May I see him?
DR CLARKSON
Yeah. By all means.

[Isobel walks around the screen to find the man, his legs swollen and full of sores.]
ISOBEL CRAWLEY
Is the dropsy of the liver or the heart?
DR CLARKSON
Everything points to the heart.
[The man seems to be having trouble breathing. He begins to cough and blood comes out as he brings a cloth to his mouth. Dr Clarkson goes to him.]
DR CLARKSON
All right, Mr Drake, you're in safe hands now.
[Dr Clarkson escorts Isobel past the hospital gate.]
ISOBEL CRAWLEY
What will happen to his wife?
DR CLARKSON
She may try to keep the farm on. Grantham is not a harsh landlord, but her children are young.
ISOBEL CRAWLEY
What can I do to help?
[Dr Clarkson is surprised.]
ISOBEL CRAWLEY
If I'm to live in this village, I must have an occupation. Please, let me be useful.

[INT. CRAWLEY HOUSE, MATTHEW CRAWLEY'S BEDROOM - DAY]
MR MOLESLEY
He chooses his clothes himself. He puts them out at night and hangs the ones he's worn. I get to take the linen down to the laundry, but that's about all.
MR BATES
That's all?
MR MOLESLEY
\"I'll do this,\" he says. \"I'll take the other. I'll tie that.\" I'm just stood there like a chump, watching a man get dressed. To be honest, Mr Bates, I don't see the point of it.

[EXT. DOWNTON ABBEY, GROUNDS - DAY]
ROBERT, EARL OF GRANTHAM
I thought you didn't like him?
VIOLET, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Well, so what? I have plenty of friends I don't like.
ROBERT, EARL OF GRANTHAM
Would you want Mary to marry one of them?
VIOLET, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Why do you always have to pretend to be nicer than the rest of us?
ROBERT, EARL OF GRANTHAM
Perhaps I am.
VIOLET, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Then pity your wife whose fortune must go to this odd young man who talks about weekends and jobs. If Mary were to marry him, then all would be resolved.
[Robert and Violet pass Thomas as they enter the library.]

[INT. HOUSEMAIDS' BEDROOM - NIGHT]
[Gwen puts away a paper she's reading when Anna enters.]
ANNA
What have you got there?
GWEN
Nothing.
ANNA
What kind of nothing? You haven't got an admirer?
GWEN
I might have. And why shouldn't I?
ANNA
Don't tell Mrs Hughes. She'll bring the vicar 'round till you're exorcised.
GWEN
How are we supposed to find husbands if we're never allowed to see any men?
ANNA
Perhaps she thinks the stork brings them.
[The get into their beds.]
ANNA
Hey. Lady Mary's in for a surprise. Thomas was in the library when old Violet came in from the garden. Seems they want to fix her up with Mr Crawley.
GWEN
Well, it makes sense. She was going to marry Mr Patrick.
ANNA
Would she have, though? When it came to it? That's the question.

[INT. CRAWLEY HOUSE - DAY]
ISOBEL CRAWLEY
Ah, there you are, dear. I was hoping you'd be home in time.
[Matthew shrugs off his own coat, and Molesley's assistance.]
MATTHEW CRAWLEY
In time for what?
ISOBEL CRAWLEY
I've been paid the compliment of a visit.
[They enter the living room where Cora and Violet are sitting.]
MATTHEW CRAWLEY
Hello.
CORA, COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Good afternoon, Cousin Matthew.
VIOLET, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Afternoon.
CORA, COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
We were just saying how charming this room is now.
VIOLET, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Mm. It always seemed rather dark when my mother in law lived here. But then she made everything rather dark.

[Violet chuckles. Molesley offers Matthew a tray of tea cakes.]
MATTHEW CRAWLEY
No, thank you.
MR MOLESLEY
Cup--cup of tea, sir?
MATTHEW CRAWLEY
It's all right, I'll help myself.
[The ladies can see how uncomfortable Matthew's stubborn self-sufficiency is making Molesley.]
VIOLET, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
So, Molesley, how do you find being home again? Your father must be glad you're back.
MR MOLESLEY
He is, Your Ladyship.
[Matthew takes one of the teacakes from the tray Molesley is holding and Violet watches painfully.]
VIOLET, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Might I give you this cup?
MR MOLESLEY
Ma'am.
[Molesley takes the teacup.]
VIOLET, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
I'm afraid we must be going.
[The ladies rise.]
VIOLET, DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
Thank you.
CORA, COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM
You'll think about it?
[Isobel nods.]

[INT. KITCHENS - DAY]
[Anna washes something alone. She hears someone stumble on the stair and hurt himself. She finds Carson scrambling to pick up some fallen food from his bag in the pantry.]
MR CARSON
Oh, I thought no one was here.
ANNA
Can I help, Mr Carson?
MR CARSON
Er...no. No, thank you, Anna.
[Mr Carson walks out with the bag full of food.]