"This is the new dawn, the new age of government. No one wants to start it with a murder of a bunch of young girls." Really, Branson, you're so naÃ¯ve. This is the Communists you're talking about. The murder of a "bunch of young girls" is just the perfect way to start a whole era of atrocities. I lol'd when it turned out that he was turned down by the Army, and his grand plan of speaking out against it was foiled. And thank God for Anna and Mr. Carson, who managed to stop him before he caused more embarrassment. All in all, a great episode. Loved how Robert put Isobel in her place. He definitely is his mother's son. Nice to see O'Brien showing some remorse for what she's done to Cora, even though it's in a rather strange way. I really don't know what to think about Lady Edith and her character development... The scene with the ping pong ball made me laugh. Poor Robert... And the preview! WTF, Lady Sibyl, you can't be seriously considering eloping with that dirty bolshevik!