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I started watching Downton Abbey a couple of days ago and now I've almost finished season two and am entirely okay with that (except for that season two finished in November and now I have to wait until next year for more). It's a fantastic, character driven show with magnificent characters and some of the greatest writing I have seen in a while.

And that is that.
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Eldr-Fire's avatar
Great style that really matches her!
HimeGabi's avatar
Looks much like her
michellicopter's avatar
Aw dude I saw a thing for that when I was looking for season 2 of Sherlock. I suppose I should get on that some time since your suggestions are always ace.

but oh hey if you didn't notice I'm loving this liney-texture thing you got going on lately. It s very old timey but designy at the same time.
Woman-King's avatar
It's very well written! If you like a really upbeat strongly plotted show (like Sherlock), however, I'm not sure you would enjoy it as much as I did. It's fabulously acted and wonderfully written, but moves quite slowly as it's much more about the characters than any real plot.
But it's so gooooood.

And aw man, thanks! I don't know where this fascination with lines came from, but I think it will be staying for a while yet.
michellicopter's avatar
Oooh, I quite like character-driven stories. They're trickier to pull off, I think.

I approve of this.
Woman-King's avatar
And also, Maggie Smith is all up in this shit. And that automatically makes it perfect.
Woman-King's avatar
I entirely agree! It's much more difficult to create anything based entirely on character than on plot.
ReatGethsAle's avatar
:iconiloveitplz: i LOVE the use of lines and simple palette. It's so classy
Woman-King's avatar
Thank you do much!
ReatGethsAle's avatar
you're welcome so much
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