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Where are the boys, then, Joany?
I don't know.
This were definitely the place.
Well, maybe they were having us on.
They'll be around here somewhere.
别这样 琼 我们快回去吧
Oh, come on, Joan. Let's go back.
What if we're caught?
Come on. Don't be such a baby!
I'll wait here for you!
Come back, Master Fitzwilliam!
Master Fitzwilliam! Will you...
Good dya, Master Fitzwilliam.
Oh, I'm going to be in so much trouble for this.
抱歉 夫人 菲茨威廉姆少爷...溜开了
I'm sorry, madam. Master Fitzwilliam just... slipped away,
and you so busy with the ball...
It's no trouble at all.
Main dining room, quickly.
Bidwell, you'll have time for the silver?
一定仔细擦好 夫人 一叉不漏
It will be polished to perfection, madam, down to the last fork.
And the fires in the bedrooms, Mrs Reynolds?
They're being prepared as we speak.
How many guests do we have staying?
Well, we shall have need of all of our rooms.
The six-hour candles, madam.
All of them the best wax.
Ah, the chaperones' chairs.
Yes, we ran short last year, Mrs Reynolds.
I've ordered extra, madam.
Serve the brandy slowly, Stoughton,
we don't want the good ladies unable to walk
to their carriages at the end of the evening -
our bedrooms are all spoken for.
Madam, the food for tomorrow night.
We have white soup.
There will be some orange sauce prepared to go with that.
杏仁排 千层酥 五香饼干
Almond faggots. Millefeuille. Spiced biscuits,
Prince of Wales biscuits,
Duke of Clarence biscuits and Duchess of York biscuits.
Mrs Reilly's ghost! In the woods!
What on earth..?!
I saw her, ma'am.
Mrs Reilly's ghost!
Vicious-looking, she was.
Real as you standing there!
What utter nonsense!
What will Mrs Darcy think of you pair?
Edith, can you take these two into the pantry?
Give them a thimble-full of brandy each.
I'll deal with you in a minute.
I must apologise, madam.
They're very silly girls.
Who's Mrs Reilly?
It's an old wives' tale, madam.
Well, I'm sure a dose of your good sense will do the trick, Mrs Reynolds.
Thank you all.
-当然 夫人 -谢谢
- Of course, madam. - Thank you.
- Expecting someone? - No.
Excuse me, madam.
Oh, dear God!
How can a man think with such a racket going on?
Could you please ask them to stop?
That wouldn't be helpful, Fitzwilliam, dearest...
It is a fine Pemberley traditionfor the master of the house
to be irritable on the eve of the ball.
And for the lady to do everything in her power to assuage him.
- Quite. - Perhaps some traditions need updating.
They've worked perfectly well so far.
How dreary that all good things must come to an end.
Shall I disappear from your sight?
A few hours would be perfect.
- Mr Darcy? - Yes?
Not a moment longer.
I shouldn't bear it.
You are only human.
I shall take the little imp with me.
*A-hunting we will go A-hunting we will go...*
At least let me saddle the horses for you, sir.
I'm sure Wilkinson can manage.
Although you did have a fall last week, sir.
Yes. That wasn't his fault.
Look, you've trained him incredibly well, Bidwell,
but it is time to, um...hand over the reins, as it were.
I'd have preferred my own son for the job.
Yes, yes, I know.
A Bidwell's always been head coachman at Pemberley.
Good Lord hadn't seen fit.
How is Will?
Mrs Darcy's planning on visiting the cottage later, to see him.
However, in the meantime, she does have a great need of you today.
You're a good man, Bidwell.
Foxes the length and breadth of Derbyshire will be quaking
in their dens at the mere sight of you on this little fellow.
No-one's ever spoken to my brother as freely as you do.
You've brought such laughter to Pemberley, Elizabeth.
I want that kind of ease for myself.
Do you have someone in mind?
Well, I'd never marry without my brother's approval,
Darcy wants only for your happiness, Georgiana.
We both do.
Even if my choice were a surprising one?
Ah, Colonel Fitzwilliam.
Were you expecting someone else?
I should go and greet my cousin.
I believe so...
You must be looking forward to the ball.
Yes. Yes, we all are.
I'm not much of a man for dancing.
These are beautiful. Very beautiful this year.