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Downton Abbey season 4, episode 6 will premiere tonight, February 9 at 9 p.m. eastern/pacific on PBS. See a preview now!

We’re slowly but surely approaching the end of this fourth season of Downton Abbey. Episode 6 will introduce a couple of surprise moments centered around Mary, Violet, Robert, and Edith.

The synopsis for Downton Abbey season 4, episode 6 reads, “Mary and Mr. Blake get their hands dirty in caring for the newly arrived pigs, which earns them mutual respect. Lady Rose continues to charm singer Jack. Tom Branson takes again some interest in politics, where he makes a new acquaintance. Edith struggles with life-changing decisions. While Robert and valet Thomas are in New York, Mary finds herself wooed by several suitors. Lord Gillingham spends some more time at Downton, accompanied by his unpleasant valet Mr. Green. Anna therefore feels under pressure and finally confides in Lady Mary.”

Four stills from the episode depict Jack and Rose’s river date, and the new woman Tom will meet who’s referenced above as a “new acquaintance”:

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Watch ‘Downton Abbey’ online

New episodes of Downton Abbey can be watched online for free via PBS’ website in the United States. Each new episode is typically posted on the Monday following its television debut.

We’ll have a recap of Downton Abbey season 4, episode 6 immediately after its airs.

Following this episode, there is one more regular episode of Downton Abbey remaining. The season 4 finale is technically the show’s “Christmas Special” which was separated by weeks from the rest of the season for U.K. viewers. Luckily, Americans will only have to wait a week between episode 7 and 8.

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