M: Preeeetty sure if I had bangs they would look like O'Briens.
A: Do you have any idea how much I want this to happen? My hair is more along the line of Bates most days.
M: Oh it is NOT. Besides, Bates wold look awful as a redhead.
A: I stumbled across this while googling "Downton hair" and i cannot stop laughing:
M: OMG, that totally looks like Matthew! But minus the piercing blue eyes.
A: PEE ESS I have not finished watching the finale. If you spoil I will be full of rage.
M: OH! Oh. Good to know. We...probably shouldn't talk for the rest of the day.
A: I'm a little surprised that Twitter hasn't already wrecked it.
M: Me too, actually.
A: Most of my feed was watching that zombie show instead. I can't.
M: Lavinia is the embodiment of Derp.
A: Right? She's such a Mary Sue.
M: A lot of my FB feed was watching Celebrity Apprentice. Really, people? Really?
A: People watch that? Are they the same people who Love Raymond?
M: Total Mary Sue. I called her being the only victim of the Spanish Flu at Downton.
A: Derp derrrrrppppp. So sad. So convenient.
M: Let's not forget that Two and a Half Men was a ratings juggernaut. Most of America is probably wondering who Downtown Abby is.
A: She's Uptown Abby's goofball twin!
M: OH MY GOD:
A: I AM CRYING REAL ACTUAL TEARS.
M: I love that someone made that, and also find it more than a little creepy.
A: It is so deliciously creepy.
M: But back to O'Brien's hair. And her sideburns!
A: That actress got the the worst look ever. Even worse than the cooks. I mean, holy shit?
M: Oh, totally. All I can figure is it really helped her tap into her inner rage. Because it would for me.
A: It is remarkable what a terrible hair style will do to a girl.
M: I was just going to send you this!
M: Seriously. I get a little weirded out seeing the actors in modern clothes. I mean, this is just wrong.
A: Hee! I love that one. But yeah, it's very strange to see them all sexy and modern.
M: He's so cute! But very un-Bates-like.
A: Now, can we talk about Daisy's waist? Because it is just unfair.
M: I think Daisy had ribs removed. That's all I can figure.
A: She's also 12 years old. Or something like that.
M: I kind of want to give her a stern talking to about this dress:
A: Oh sweetie! NO.
M: She's 27! Old enough to know better.
A: Oh, dear.
M: Bless her heart.
To be continued...