So, you, like the rest of America, are sad about the dramatic and tragic end of Downton Abbey (think about Britain, they've been this sad since CHRISTMAS). It's almost like you lost your wife in childbirth and now you are getting extra pretty maids fired because you look so good shirtless, but you don't have a Mrs. Hughes to hold your hand in the library and now you are crying and it's making it hard to work.
You know what? We want to be your Mrs. Hughes. Let us guide you through this time of hardship with these 4 ways to deal with your sadness.
1. Understand you are not alone.
We feel your pain. Even here at KQED, this cartoon is the most popular email of the week. We have also received sad phone messages, emails and tweets from our fans who really wish we could turn back time.