I am surprised how much information these episodes contain, it is almost overwhelming. I like the 'french letters' and the feminine hygiene products. Reminds me of the stories of how my dear mum grew up. Thank god for modern products.
I like how the countess did the risque dinner, serving herself as an appertizer with her chaperone's approval.
I sometimes do have problems telling the ladies apart, I think it is the lack of makeup, the same clothes and hair, it is really hard to tell who is who, that and the lack of color in the clothes. I felt a little sorry for Victoria Hampton, the heiress in that 3 way triangle. Reminds me of high school. He likes her, she likes someone else and the someone else is backing off.
It was really nice to see Mr. Foxsmith go to all the effort of doing science week and seeing the results. I wonder if he and Miss Davenport will continue their relationship???
What was surprising was the 'colored' plantation heiress. This is a side of history that is never explored in school and it was nice to see. It's funnier how the world does not change that much. Money equals social exceptence and exception muscial talent or physical prowess (boxing) can gain you fame and fortune and social status. Not much has changed since Roman times.
Well on to the last episode.