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Downton Abbey, why is Thomas Ill?

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Everyone says he looks ill, but why, what has he been doing to himself?

What was that big boil he had and what's with the needles, is he on opium?

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he went to London for therapy to cure his homosexuality:loopy: and part of this therapy involved injecting himself with I think saltwater ,which poisoned his body . I think at the start the writer wanted viewers to believe he was an opium addict

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And what is wrong with the dog Isis ?

Why is she being written out of the story ?

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2810009/The-ISIS-effect-Downton-s-dog-faces-axe-Belgian-chocolatiers-change-name.html

Just found this.

 

Well the show's timeline has covered a period of over ten years, even if the characters haven't changed one jot or one wrinkle! That is probably the average life of a dog.

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he went to London for therapy to cure his homosexuality:loopy: and part of this therapy involved injecting himself with I think saltwater ,which poisoned his body . I think at the start the writer wanted viewers to believe he was an opium addict

 

It did look that way at first.

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he went to London for therapy to cure his homosexuality:loopy: and part of this therapy involved injecting himself with I think saltwater ,which poisoned his body . I think at the start the writer wanted viewers to believe he was an opium addict

 

and here's me just thinking he was a closet diabetic.

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