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Josef Kostan (Character)
from "Moonlight" (2007)

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Josef Konstantin


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  1. "Moonlight"
        - Sonata (2008) TV episode, Played by Jason Dohring
        - What's Left Behind (2008) TV episode, Played by Jason Dohring
        - Click (2008) TV episode, Played by Jason Dohring
        - Fated to Pretend (2008) TV episode, Played by Jason Dohring
        - The Mortal Cure (2008) TV episode, Played by Jason Dohring
          (11 more)

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From "Moonlight: Dr. Feelgood (#1.3)" (2007)
Josef Kostan: You know, after all these years, I still don't understand you. The bad guy was caught, justice was served, and you're sitting there like someone died.
Mick St. John: Actually, four people died.
Josef Kostan: Well, it's collateral damage for a greater good. And Pollock was a danger to all of us, humans and vampires.
Mick St. John: I could have been like Pollock. If Coraline had let me go after she turned me, if she... she hadn't taught me how to survive as a vampire...
Josef Kostan: Well, don't tell me you're saying something good about the ex.
Mick St. John: No.
Josef Kostan: But you're still thinking about her. I want to tell you something I've learned in my four hundred years. Two Buddhist monks are walking down a road, and they see a woman trying to cross a stream. The first monk picks her up, carries her across, she says thanks...
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