Who does everyone think Crichton should have ended the play with? Lady Mary or Tweeny? I believe, it should have been Tweeny. Not only is she of the right social class, but he would have been much more happy with her than with Lady Mary. Lady Mary did not even look twice at him until he was above her socially speaking What does everyone else think?
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