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Portia: You are Evelyn on those pages, just as much as I am Rosalinde! It’s your story, too.
Blanche: And your novel.
Portia: I did consider making Evelyn into a man. Evelyn can be a man’s name. All I would have had to do was change the pronouns.
Blanche: But we never could change the pronouns, could we?
Portia: No.

Upstairs Downstairs (2010) | 02x03 - A Perfect Specimen Of Womanhood

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Mrs Thack: We’ve all got the weight of the world on us, it’ll be raining bombs by Friday teatime.


Agnes: The British Museum on the telephone. Something about embalming jars.
Blanche: Tell them that from now on, the only embalming jars I’m interested in are those containing Hitler’s vital organs!

Upstairs Downstairs (2010) | 02x06 - Somewhere Over The Rainbow