Marina opens up to a curious Penelope. Daphne and Simon finally made it down the aisle in “The Duke and I,” episode 5 of Bridgerton.But the road to their wedding was not a smooth one, and misunderstandings almost mar their wedding … After the Rain is the eighth episode and first season finale ofBridgerton. Two episodes later, we finally got the full-on view we wanted to see of the ring, when Daphne is pounding away on the piano after the couple’s first marital issue arises. With Kelsey Grammer, Jane Leeves, David Hyde Pierce, Peri Gilpin. Obviously Simon’s reluctance to share the whole truth is part of the deeply embedded trauma of his childhood. This episode reveals the true reason why Simon and Daphne’s wedding happened midseason: to provide ample time for all the sex. And that bad comes in episode 6's "Swish." Daphne patiently tells him that all he needs to do is to stay and work this out with her day by day. The next day, Daphne solves the pig issue for the farmers, but she’s still upset about Simon’s secret. Duomo's cover of this song, off T.Swift's 2014 album 1989, is featured in the sixth episode of the season. The Wedding Night (Season 1 Episode 5) BRIDGERTON (L to R) REGÉ-JEAN PAGE as SIMON BASSET and PHOEBE DYNEVOR as DAPHNE BRIDGERTON in episode 108 of BRIDGERTON Cr. This is played at the ball, when Simon becomes jealous when another gent asks Daphne to dance. Simon is not the problem, Daphne is a bad female role model In Bridgerton Episode 2 “Shock and Delight,” Daphne and Simon dance to Vitamin ... a wedding.) Daphne imitates sex with Simon, but this time she uses her newfound sex skills to get on top to trap him into e*****g inside her. Episode 3 “bad guy,” by ... this one isn’t a cover, but it plays during Daphne and the Duke’s wedding scene and is perfect. Did you recognize Celeste’s “Strange”? Shock and Delight is the second episode ofBridgerton. Daphne’s mother tells her about her love for Daphne’s father; (repeats) Daphne talks to Simon in the rain. There is no rape scene. The costume designer and stylist, 71, whose illustrious career in Hollywood includes designing for films like Fatal Attraction, Wall Street and The Greatest Showman, reveals secrets about the Bridgerton wedding between (spoiler alert) bride Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor) and groom Simon Basset (Regé-Jean Page). 1 Synopsis 2 Full Summary 3 Cast 3.1 Main Cast 3.2 Guest Stars 4 Music 5 Notes and Trivia 6 Gallery 6.1 Episode Stills 6.2 Behind the Scenes 7 Quotes 8 See Also Simon's apparent courtship of Daphne angers her brother Anthony and threatens to ruin the arrangements he made. However, he agrees to visit the Bridgerton family home, where he charms Daphne’s young siblings. BRIDGERTON (L to R) REG -JEAN PAGE as SIMON BASSET and PHOEBE DYNEVOR as DAPHNE BRIDGERTON in episode 105 of BRIDGERTON Cr. Some may associate this particular episode with Daphne (played by Phoebe Dynevor) and Simon's shameless romps on every surface of Hastings House. Simon is the one who has done something wrong in Daphne’s eyes. The couple argues, each assuming the other resents them. But it's the controversial sex scene towards the end of the 57-minute mark that has people talking. Daphne and Simon struggle throughout the season with being honest with each other about their feelings. Van Dusen, nor the show's writers, have identified nor confirmed the meaning behind the statue, however. Later in the evening, Simon invites Daphne to bed. We next see the beautifully shot and edited pandemic-friendly small wedding of Daphne and Simon. In one of the first season’s most intimate moments, Dynevor’s character Daphne Bridgerton takes the advice of the dishy Duke of Hastings, Simon Basset (played by Regé-Jean Page). After that, it is never again treated as a rape scene. Download on Amazon - Love is A Choice Play on Apple Music - Love is A Choice Download on iTunes - Love is A Choice Play on Spotify - Love is A Choice Play on YouTube - Love is A Choice Daphne has just found out that Simon, someone she trusts to give her the ins and outs of something society or her mother had never taught her, has been lying to her about sex. While the show is debaucherous from Episode 1, Daphne and Simon don’t sleep together until Episode 5, on their wedding night, as in the book. Daphne and Simon’s wedding contains a clue for their future in ‘Bridgerton’ Indeed, one dance floor, in particular, contains a reference to a previous point in Daphne and Simon’s relationship. The end of the episode features the narrator’s voice, who asks the audience whether or not the ends justify the means. The marital rape scene has sparked controversy since the series' premiere. Tension continues as Simon sticks to his promise. Directed by David Lee. In Bridgerton season 1, episode 6, "Swish," Simon is neither drunk nor asleep and Daphne’s decision seems more premeditated, but Bridgerton mostly glosses over Daphne's horrific act and pretends that Simon and Daphne are equally at fault for the state of their marriage following that night. Bridgerton Episode 6 … Daphne’s happiness ends abruptly when Simon informs her they will be spending their wedding night at an inn instead of his home in the county. They finally reconcile and the duke is able to get passed his vow to his father. When Daphne's mother arrives, everyone soon learns why Daphne holds her in such low regard, but it is Roz who faces the most problems what with being seated next to an ex-boyfriend and having to go to the wedding with Simon as she couldn't get anyone else. In a session with her therapist, Daphne recalls (through flashbacks) a series of unfortunate events following the surprise shower that her fiancé, Donny, threw for her. In episode five, Daphne and Simon are seen standing on and a black-and-white checkerboard floor during their wedding ceremony. Niles and Daphne flee Daphne's wedding in Martin's Winnebago, but only reach the end of the road before turning back to confront the situation. Similarly, Daphne tries to trap Simon into giving her a child in episode six, despite his desires never to sire an heir. The Duke and new Duchess of Hastings are enthusiastically banging all over Clyvedon Castle, but Simon and Daphne’s marriage bed won’t remain happy for long. Shawn Mendes’ “In My Blood” — Near the end of the second episode, this cover is what Daphne and Simon dance to while enacting their ruse as a couple. Daphne tries it on top. Simon is completely sober and gives enthusiastic consent when they start having sex. Now, the Bridgerton season one version of Daphne and Simon is another story. Later, Lady Danbury, Simon’s honorary godmother, criticises his pride, while Daphne persuades him of her unconditional love in a romantic, rainy scene – and Simon has a change of heart. And also the other Bridgertons’ developing storylines. Right: Simon and Daphne dance alongside other couples in their courtyard. The final episode finds the happy-unhappy-happy-unhappy couple reconciling. As this is only episode five of eight, the wedding scene is filled with questions and tension. Within the first few episodes, the beautiful and innocent Bridgerton daughter, Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor), falls for the dashing and mysterious duke, Simon Bassett (Regé-Jean Page). This cover by Kris Bowers features Hillary Smith. Months later we see Daphne is giving birth with Violet and Simon by her side to a baby boy whose name will begin with a letter “A.” Family traditions after all. In the aftermath, Donny sues Daphne for breach of contract, adding Frasier to the suit when he discovers Frasier's involvement in making Daphne and Niles aware of their feelings for each other. You hear this in Episode 5, “The Duke and I.” It is the music played during Daphne and Simon’s wedding night.