It's summer 1928 and Georgina continues her carefree life of parties and all-night outings. She's on a scavenger hunt disrupting the household when they take Lord Bellamy's car, over the objections of Edward the chauffeur, and set off for a spin in the country. The rather inexperienced Georgina is at the wheel when a cyclist suddenly darts in front of her car. One member of the group Lord Robert Stockbridge, son of the Duke of Buckminster, was following them in his own car and saw all that had happened. When the man dies, an inquest is called and Georgina learns that several of her so-called friends have opted not to appear and one, an American, has suddenly remembered he needed to return home. When Sir Geoffrey Dillon advises them that Lord Stockbridge will not be called as a witness, it's apparent that the Duke has intervened on his son's behalf and it all looks rather bleak for Georgina. Robert proves to be made of sterner stuff however. Below stairs, Edward is upset at having been...
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This episode takes place during the summer of 1928. See more
Why - why did you follow us, Robert?
Lord Robert Stockbridge
I was... worried about you.
I'm glad you were.
What Are We Going to Do with Uncle Edward?
Music by Alexander Faris
Lyrics by Alfred Shaughnessy
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