Downton Abbey Season 3 Spoilers: Finale, Branson To Be Left Behind By Family?

Last Sunday, PBS aired back-to-back episodes of the British-American drama Downton Abbey, which leaves just one remaining installment left for Season three - the finale.  Moving forward, details on the upcoming episode are now being revealed.

One year ahead in time, baby Sybil is now 1-year-old while Mary is eight months pregnant.  Although Branson is left behind, the family ends up taking a trek to Shrimpie's place at Duneagle Castle in Scotland, according to Wet Paint.

However, there also appears to be tension between Shrimpie and his wife, Susan.  Meanwhile, Shrimpie's daughter, Rose, is under close watch to stay out of trouble from her wild ways.

Rose ends up paying off a favor to Anna by showing her how to dance the Scottish reel prior to the upcoming ball. 

Although Shrimpie's family is planning a move to India , it's already been decided that Rose will be staying put in Downton when they depart.  Hence, it appears as though Downton may have a new permanent resident.

Edith's editor, Michael Gregson is also in Scotland and invited for dinner, and reveals his reason for being present, which is his love for Edith. However, unbeknownst to her family, Michael is still a married man, but eventually informs Matthew of this.

Also, the new deliveryman in town will be flirting with Mrs. Patmore, who seemingly wants a cook to take care of him. 

New maid, Edna, fancies Branson and becomes extremely forward by kissing him.  Later on, Carson tells Mrs. Hughes to terminate Edna.

Thomas will get beaten up for James, who gets intoxicated and attacked by thugs.  However, James informs Thomas that they can never be romantic with one another, but can surely have a friendship.

The Downton Abbey Season three finale is set to air in the U.S. on Sunday, Feb. 17 on the PBS network at 9 p.m. EST.

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