Lucy swoons when she discovers that her father, Dr. Manette, still lives. (0:07)
Lawyer Sidney explains to aristocratic Charles why people drink: "So that they can stand their fellow men better." (0:40)
Sidney tells his partner Stryver, "Drives me mad." (0:55)
Aristocrats sniff snuff. (1:00)
Dr. Manette, traumatized by the death sentence of his son-in-law, reverts to failure to recognize his own daughter and preoccupation with activities he pursued during his imprisonment. Dissociation? (1:40)
Sidney renderers Charles unconscious with an unidentified volatile substance. Diethyl ether? (1:48)
Spy Barsad tells the prison guard, "He's fainted." (1:51)
Did Sidney commit altruistic suicide?