I get where Margaret was coming from, but, if she hadn't interfered, the Pinchers plus Emily would have been out of her girls' hair.
When Lydia was watching Charlotte die, so many emotions played across her face. Love and hate and horror and regret, and maybe even true sorrow.
Ms. Harvey was feeling Mr. North! As things stand now, I would not be opposed to Mr. North being felt.
When Margaret's current husband started talking to Mr. North , the tension was ridiculous! The ever increasing tension as more characters were added to the Fitz ballroom was masterful.
Oh, Fredo. Sigh. Discretion. Loved Lucy sussing out what was happening and intervening.
Gah! I guess when post coital bliss Charlotte was all walking out in nature basking in the sun and savoring blue skies in delightful cherry red and white stripes, we should have known that she would not be long for this world. I was spoiled here before I watched, so that scene felt extra poignant.
Ms. May is so gross, and Ms. Harvey learned: #BitchBetterHaveHerMoney.
Loved Nancy and Margaret's conversation about married life.
Mr. North's boxing protege is gonna cause trouble for Harriet. He's cute, but he's naive about the ways of this world.
The new husband is handsome, and seems decent. Margaret is gonna break his heart.