Why is Carson conducting? Did he learn that from his Cheerful Charlie days?
THANK YOU. I thought nobody else was talking about Carson conducting the orchestra at a fancy ball!?!?!
Maybe this is the scandal that threatens to take down the royal family and the Crawleys—the conductor runs off with a member of the family. Then Carson steps in and saves the day, and as at last reconciled with his musical past.
Well, Rose does seem to have a thing for musicians…
Or perhaps the scandal is the revelation of Carson’s past? Forget Pamuk, the Cheerful Charlies are where it’s all at!