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Additional Scenes in the PBS Airings of Downton Abbey

FAQ on deleted scenes is here. Please read before sending me an ask.

Bracketed lines are in the UK version and are there for context. 

FYI: This is probably the last of the added scenes for S5. They don’t normally add them to the longer episodes (Ep 8 and the CS).

Season 5, Episode 7 (PBS and UK Episode Numbers Match for S5)

- Additional line in the scene with the family, Rosamund, et al. in the library
- Additional lines with Rosamund and Violet and Cora in her bedroom
- Additional line between Mary and Violet at dinner
- Additional lines between Mabel and Tony in the drawing room
- Additional lines between Mary and Blake in the drawing room
- Additional lines/rearrangement of lines in the conversation between Mary and Blake on the telephone
- Additional lines in the scene with Edith, Cora, and Rosamund at the tearoom
- Additional lines/rearrangement of lines in the scene with Anna and Mrs. Hughes talking about Edith

My transcriptions after the cut:

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Additional Scenes in the PBS Airings of Downton Abbey

FAQ on deleted scenes is here. Please read before sending me an ask.

Bracketed lines are in the UK version and are there for context. 

Season 5, Episode 3 (PBS and UK Episode Numbers Match for S5)

- Additional lines in the opening scene with Mary and Tony
- Additional lines and sequence as Mary and Tony leave the hotel
- Added scene with Sarah Bunting meeting Tom in his office and talking about Daisy
- Added scene with Rose heading to the church to help the Russian refugees (no lines)
- Added scene with Rose talking to Kuragin and Rustov
- Additional lines between Mrs. Hughes and Carson during the servants’ dinner
- Additional line in the Baxter and Cora scene at the Abbey
- Additional lines of Carson greeting Robert when he and Cora he arrive back at the Abbey
- Added scene with Baxter and Carson about Thomas
- Additional lines with Anna and Mrs. Hughes after Edith runs past them
- Additional lines with Anna and Mrs. Hughes after the Russian tea

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