Then, she will tell Bing and Darcy, and Darcy will convince his friend to throw them out as soon as they can get back in their home. In a twist, Lizzie and Jane's more conservative and innocent behavior will have put the family in a bad situation, and Lydia videotaping her almost-date with a famous married actor (the newly famous George Wickham, who will play the main role in a vampire-vs-werewolf movie) will save them, showing society as it is today, and taking a different way than the book did.
- The first part's been Jossed - Darcy discovers that she's been taping Bing without his knowledge in episode 60, Bing then finds out in Episode 81, and neither of them do anything.
- And the rest has been Jossed as of Episode 84- Lydia is the one who puts them in a bad situation, and Wickham is the cause of it.
This is why she accepts to edit her videos and tried to kiss her, and also why she looks so pessimistic: she knows Lizzie is straight, and even wants her to be happy with Darcy if she can... or as a true Magnificent Bastard, she created the vlog to alienate the Bennet sisters from boys by ridiculing them, and hijacked the vlog to make Lizzie feel more uncomfortable with Darcy's building feelings for her.Lizzie didn't remark anything because she is a terrible, Horrible Judge of Character and she is oblivious to Charlotte's love.
She was sick after the party and her momentary absence and ate a lot during the shooting of the video.
- Jossed: If she was, she would be way showing by later point in the series. She most likely was stressed eating at that time. Possibly worried about family troubles.
Like in Lost in Austen, Caroline is homosexual, but without necessarly being in love with Lizzie. She has come to terms with it and doesn't repress her personality to fulfill highly complicated social standards, thus she is a Nice Girl. Because in the modern world, she can be openly a member of LGBT.
- Jossed by Word of God. Curse you Bernie Sue, for denying us any Les Yay or friendship now that Charlotte is gone.
Like in Lovestruck in Bollywood / Bride and Prejudice, she will be saved before running off with Wickham, and everything may be fine for her.
- Sort of both confirmed and jossed at the same time. The problem she had was very dark and potentially ruining her reputation forever, but the crisis was averted. She's emotionally scarred, but her future might still turn out ok for her and unlike book Lydia, she came to realize her missteps.
Until one day he comes running into Lizzie's room (or wherever she's filming at that moment) to propose/ask her out.
- It will happen at Collins and Collins!
- Confirmed, as of episode 59!
- Someone actually imagined that the series would end with an incredibly handsome Darcy entering the screen, and opening his mouth to talk. It was alo stated that it would be out-of-character for Darcy to have his own video blog.
- At his first appearance, we won't see him completely. Lizzie and Darcy will have a violent argument and the camera angle will shoot only their bodies from neck down as the preview for episode 60 suggests.
- Jossed. We got to see Darcy in episode 60.
Darcy is going to make a video response instead of writing a letter. This will also be the first time we see him.
- Possibly, this was Jossed when the creators said he wouldn't create a video vlog. Even a one-video-long video blog would be a vlog. Except if it is a single video letter.
- Jossed, the letter is an actual handwritten letter complete with a wax seal.
- They may be doing this, since Mary seems to be: "I am clever because I have good taste and a critical mind and I show off to gain appreciation" than "I pretend to be interested in culture and I show off to gain appreciation."
- It is Jossed in the seventh Questions & Answers video.
- In the book, Lizzie visited Darcy's estate, and after talking to his servants, she realizes that he is actually an awesome guy and regrets not being able to manage the estate since she shot him down. In the Setting Update, Lizzie will visit Darcy's company as part of her independent study and talk to his staff. She'll realize that his corporation is not as soulless as she once thought and that Darcy is actually a pretty Adorkable guy.
- Jossed in Episode 82. Gigi herself drops in on Lizzie and reveals the whole truth, only asking Lizzie to edit out the excessive crying.
- Alternatively "Lizzie" is a manipulative graduate student who is conducting a psychological study to see how the Internet would react to a scripted version of Pride & Prejudice, hiring actors to play parts to create an elaborate storyline all resulting in the climax of a Cole Sprousian revelation of truth!
- Confirmed — the part with Mrs. Bennet. Mrs. Bennet's torso pops up in The Stinger of #100, asking what Charlotte and Lizzie are doing in the den. Cue the "Oops" looks on their faces. However, her face is never shown.
- Mrs. Bennet finally discovers that Lizzie has a video blog and Lizzie wants to cut down on future damage as much as possible so she stops.
- Lizzie will find herself too busy for an "indeterminate" amount of time to post anything.
- The entire internet ceases to exist.
- The part that they are doing Emma next is confirmed. Word of God says it's in the same universe as LBD (it's set in California too), and the videos are published by Pemberley Digital, but none of the original characters have appeared or been mentioned.
- Not quite the case anymore! Fancy seeing you there, Caroline!
- In episode 83, Darcy says Pemberley is the name of the place that my fathers family comes from in England. This was probably just intended as a little nod to canon, but it opens up the extremely meta possibility that its the books Pemberley i.e. that 200 years up the paternal line of William Darcys family tree, one might find Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Darcy (née Bennet).