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Chat with us While Watching the Second Episode of Downton Abbey Season 4

By Rosemary Jean-LouisPosted January 10, 2014 1:00pm (EST)
Chat with us While Watching the Second Episode of Downton Abbey Season 4

You’re cordially invited to chat with us while watching the second episode of Downton Abbey season four. We’ll gather on this page at 8:45 p.m. Just scroll down, type in your name and comment and started chatting away with like minded, smart and funny people. Sunday’s episode is expected to be a doozy with the introduction of hunky suitor Lord Gillingham, an opera performer and a tragedy I definitely won’t spoil for you. Trust me, you’ll definitely want to chat with other people during this episode.

Last Sunday, we had a great time chatting together while watching the premiere of Downton Abbey season four. Judging from the comments, it was an “emotional experience.” (Even Dan Stevens who watched from home described it as such. Watch his TODAY show interview.)

If you haven't seen the first episode or want to watch it again, watch here.

I asked for photos from your Downton soirees and you definitely didn’t disappoint. We got photos from Rachel Buchman, Bonnie Phillips and Jessica Jones. Check out the slideshow.

Here is how they describe their menu: "Our menu was Signature Chicken Pot Pie, (instead of kidney pie), Whole Wheat Raspberry Scones, (made by Mrs. Patmore), Berries with whipped cream, and tiny shaped sandwiches. Strong, English tea with milk and sugar kept us warm and alert for the late finish of the evening."

Keep the photos coming and I will post them here and give you a shout out too. You can send them to newmedia@gpb.org. Put Downton Abbey Soiree in the subject line. Talk to you on Sunday night.

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