Pride and Prejudice – Episode 3
The fun keeps going because look and YIPPEE It’s episode three!
Keep up the spirit of Love and fill up on these Pride and Prejudice episodes before, during and after good ole’ Valentines Day!!
If you missed episode 1 click HERE and episode 2 is HERE. If you are feeling wacky and want to skip ahead HERE is episode 4, HERE is episode 5 and HERE is episode 6. THIS is where you can find a list of all episodes and a synopsis on the entire Pride and Prejudice series.
Hope you enjoy episode 3!!
Here is a short snippet of Episode three from Wikipedia:
Episode 3 – Elizabeth is stunned and appalled when she learns that Charlotte Lucas has accepted a proposal from Mr Collins. When the Netherfield party departs for London in autumn, Jane stays with her modest London relatives, the Gardiners, but she soon notices that the Bingleys ignore her. After befriending Mr Wickham, Elizabeth departs for the Collinses’ home in Kent in the spring. They live near Rosings, the estate of the formidable Lady Catherine de Bourgh, and as Lady Catherine is Darcy’s aunt, Elizabeth meets Darcy several times. Shortly after Elizabeth learns of Darcy’s direct responsibility for Jane and Bingley’s separation, Darcy unexpectedly proposes to her, expressing his ardent admiration and love despite Elizabeth’s inferior family connections. Elizabeth flatly rejects him, noting his arrogant, disagreeable, and proud character, and his involvement in her sister’s failed romance and Mr Wickham’s misfortune.
Even though Wickham turns out bad – I still love that man. Even if it is a love hate sort of thing. Here is a little bio on that guy (also courtesy of Wikipedia):
George Wickham has been acquainted with Mr Darcy since childhood, being the son of Mr Darcy’s father’s steward. An officer in the militia, he is superficially charming and rapidly forms an attachment with Elizabeth Bennet. He spreads tales about the wrongs Mr Darcy has done him, adding to the local society’s prejudice, but eventually he is found to have been the wrongdoer himself. He elopes with Lydia, with no intention of marrying her, which would have resulted in her complete disgrace, but for Darcy’s intervention to force Wickham to marry her.