Part Seven
Sunday, February 16, 2014
9 â“ 10pm ET on MASTERPIECE on PBS
Robert and Thomas return from America. Bates disappears for a day. Edith prepares to go abroad. Suitors flock to Mary. And Rose makes her move.

Shown: Hugh Bonneville as Lord Grantham

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Part Seven Sunday, February 16, 2014 9 â“ 10pm ET on MASTERPIECE on PBS Robert and Thomas return from America. Bates disappears for a day. Edith prepares to go abroad. Suitors flock to Mary. And Rose makes her move. Shown: Hugh Bonneville as Lord Grantham (C) Nick Briggs/Carnival Film & Television Limited 2013 for MASTERPIECE This image may be used only in the direct promotion of MASTERPIECE CLASSIC. No other rights are granted. All rights are reserved. Editorial use only. USE ON THIRD PARTY SITES SUCH AS FACEBOOK AND TWITTER IS NOT ALLOWED.
Part Seven Sunday, February 16, 2014 9 â“ 10pm ET on MASTERPIECE on PBS Robert and Thomas return from America. Bates disappears for a day. Edith prepares to go abroad. Suitors flock to Mary. And Rose makes her move. Shown: Hugh Bonneville as Lord Grantham (C) Nick Briggs/Carnival Film & Television Limited 2013 for MASTERPIECE This image may be used only in the direct promotion of MASTERPIECE CLASSIC. No other rights are granted. All rights are reserved. Editorial use only. USE ON THIRD PARTY SITES SUCH AS FACEBOOK AND TWITTER IS NOT ALLOWED.

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