'Downton Abbey' Returns To U.S. TV

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'Downton Abbey' Returns To U.S. TV

The third season of the popular British period drama Downton Abbey made its U.S. premiere last night on PBS, prompting many fans to throw early-1900s-themed viewing parties. What do you think?

  • “My party went all-out: elaborate hats, British accents, and absolutely no TV.”

    Leo Nagle
    Galvanometer Assembler
  • “It’s great! I hear this is going to be the driest, subtlest season yet!”

    Mickey Bartus
    Systems Analyst
  • “I watch the show for Laura Linney’s intro, and that’s it.”

    Laurie Steele
    Cremator
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