Now It’s pretty much clear that Fellowes needs to ruin other characters in order to make people like Robert (after he destroyed him with his own hands)… It’s not that I don’t like him,
well not much lately, but now you have the shining hero who saves his silly wife from… a creep.
It wasn’t meant to be like this
That last scene should have been Cora and Bricker’s delicate farewell, there was no need to get Robert in the way, of course Cora would have turned him down in the end, but tenderly, with a sort of “what if…” as she watched him leave. And Bricker would have understood immediately and let her go
after kissing her forehead.
But then it would have been far to difficult for Robert to win his wife’s love again, instead now SHE IS THE ONE FEELING GUILTY! That’s ridiculous!
And the thing that drove me crazy is that Fellowes is very capable of writing such things without being pathetic, I’m referring to Robert and Jane’s scene in series two, which was very emotional, the problem is that he thought Cora wasn’t worthy of it.
Anonymous said: Call the Midwife
Patrick and Shelagh, because they loved in silence. Because she made it through her wilderness and chose love despite her fears. Because she is living proof that a housewife and secretary can be just as strong, just as real, and just as smart as a nurse/midwife and nun. Because he waited without hope, and never demanded but simply asked. Because they trust each other implicitly, because they can admit their flaws and come through it stronger in the end. Because they built something beautiful out of something broken, and did it more quietly and more believably than any other pairing I’ve ever seen on television.
And because they are the OTP that came true, and I will never, ever forget how that felt.
Jane and her Reverend, because they are the shy broken ones who found happiness in each other.
Jenny and Alec, because he made her smile - and made me truly like her.
Beautiful description of the Turnadette relationship
I figured out I ship Cora with everyone this series
There is only one thing I would like. And that I would like passionately. It is to see you leave this house and never come back!
Bricker’s face is gold!