It's all for the best, Bingley.
Oh, leave me alone, Darcy. ...Blast! Explain to me
why I have to leave Netherfield just because I enjoy socializing
with the natives.
You went a bit too far with your socializing.
So I like Miss Jane Bennet and paid her some attention. Why
am I not allowed some pleasure with the opposite sex? I haven't
asked for her hand yet if that's what you're worried about.
I'm not sure she even likes me all that much.
That's just it, Bingley. Would you want to get attached to a
woman who was not in love with you? I think her mother is more in love
with you than she is.
Your dance with Bennet Number Two didn't go too well I gather, from
what I could make of the tone of your conversation. Is
that the real reason we're leaving Netherfield so suddenly?
Trouble with Miss Elizabeth?
Nonsense. Look, Bingley, both your sisters agree that Netherfield
was a big mistake.
The only mistake I've made is letting my sisters run my life.
You should see the type of woman that Caroline sends my way.
Vultures! Like that Margaret Bloody Blethyn.
Well, I'm fed up with everyone's interference. I have half a
mind to turn this carriage around.
Your sisters are packing their belongings and they're leaving in a few
days. You can't really run Netherfield by yourself,
Well, perhaps Miss Bennet would be willing to help me run it.
Netherfield is quite a handful, Bingley.
Well, you needn't worry about Miss Elizabeth's influence on you any
longer. I expect she's receiving a proposal of marriage from
that Mr. Collins even as we speak.
This is the rumour that I heard last night at the ball.
Mr. Collins paid a good deal of attention to her. Did
you not notice? He even danced with her before you did.
What? Turn this carriage around!
Oh, Darcy... I'm going to miss Hertfordshire dreadfully.
That odious rector? That simpering little --
Darcy, would you help me write a letter to Miss Bennet?