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The public is begging for more of the intriguingly stodgy character, who was introduced in season one as Matthew Crawley’s valet. Molesley is a captivating fan favorite known for his quiet dissatisfaction at the misfortunes of his life of service.
Featured more than ever (although still less than other characters), Molesley was seemingly around every corner this season, which some have called “The Molesley Show”—befuddled, frazzled, and due to his ineffectual floundering, humiliated at each turn.
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“He’s so quiet and unassuming,” says Eliot Shuford, leader of the Molesley Fan Club in New Hampshire. “He even sips his tea more quietly than the other characters.”
Fans say now is the time to take this mysterious dark horse character and catapult him to the fame he so clearly deserves.