Darcy, the battle of the sexes is joined. Darcy takes Elizabeth's refusal to acquiesce as a sign that she might have changed her mind about his proposal. But when Elizabeth meets up with the handsome and - it would seem - snobbish Mr. Bingley has rented Netherfield Park, a large house with extensive grounds. She returns home while her father and Mr.
He leaves in an apparent state of confusion and agitation. Since she considers a Bennet an unsuitable match for a Darcy, Lady Catherine demands that Elizabeth promise to refuse him. Bingley, a wealthy gentleman from London. Mr Bingley brings with him his sister and the dashing and richer but proud Mr Darcy. Jane and Bingley however only become closer and when Jane becomes ill on a visit to Netherfield, she stays there for a few days, asking Elizabeth to join her and help care for her.
She decides she could be happy with him and figures she will never see him again. Because Jane is so pleasant to everyone, Darcy is later able to convince his friend that Jane is not particularly interested in him. Collins asks Lizzie to dance with her, to her great disgust. She also meets his sister who is quite nice and finds that Darcy himself is much more agreeable than before. Elizabeth's trip is cut short by a letter from Jane announcing that Lydia has eloped with Wickham. Elizabeth goes to visit Mr.
Darcy convinces Bingley to move back to London and forget Jane, insisting that Jane does not really love him. Once Caroline realizes that Darcy is interested in Elizabeth, she insinuates that the Bennet family - especially Mrs. He also goes onto admit that he told Bingley of his mistake over Jane and convinced him to propose to Jane. Katherine Kitty , like Lydia, is a boy-crazy teenager. They both walk into town. Bingley was there; she had made Jane go to Netherfield on horseback in a driving rainstorm.
Gardiner invites Jane to stay with them in London. Darcy and Bingley return to Netherfield. Following this, Lydia returns home, oblivious to the fact that she has done anything wrong at all. Bingley to hold a dance soon, and he says that he will. She is confined to her room, where it is feared that she may have been bitten. Bennet contrives to have them fall in love.
Elizabeth assumes this to mean the marriage to Jane and is upset as to how Darcy has so much control over other men. The five Bennet sisters - including strong-willed Elizabeth and young Lydia - have been raised by their mother with one purpose in life: finding a husband. Bennet's death, the Bennet daughters will be left with very little. She tells Elizabeth that Wickham screwed over Darcy. Despite not being a close relation, Mr.
She really loves Darcy at this point. Lady Catherine, who has several scars on her body that she carefully hides as well as a black eyepatch over her left eye, wants Darcy to marry her daughter Anne, but Catherine's skill are also needed to fight off the zombies. No further distribution without written consent. The two couples are happily united in matrimony. Darcy arrives at their home with the flies to detect a zombie, but Elizabeth catches each fly with her hand and returns them to Darcy.
News soon arrives that they have been found and are to be. In the future he visits often with Fitzwilliam in tow. Wickham wants Elizabeth to join him in helping the zombies. Though his proposal is heartfelt and he mentions his deep feelings for her, Elizabeth can't help but be offended by his proposal as well. It is because of this prejudice that Elizabeth makes false assumptions about Darcy. Darcy is finally learning how to speak in a pleasing way.