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Mr. Argent (Character)
from "Teen Wolf" (2011)

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Biography:
Chris Argent is Allison Argent's father, Kate Argent's brother... See more »
Alternate Names:
Argent / Chris Argent

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  1. "Teen Wolf"
        - Smoke and Mirrors (2014) TV episode, Played by JR Bourne (as Chris Argent)
        - A Promise to the Dead (2014) TV episode, Played by JR Bourne (as Chris Argent)
        - Monstrous (2014) TV episode, Played by JR Bourne (as Chris Argent)
        - Time of Death (2014) TV episode, Played by JR Bourne (as Chris Argent)
        - Orphaned (2014) TV episode, Played by JR Bourne (as Chris Argent)
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From "Teen Wolf: Monstrous (#4.10)" (2014)
Chris Argent: I remember meeting you, but you weren't a Buddhist back then.
Satomi Ito: And you weren't protecting werewolves. You were hunting them.
Chris Argent: Three things cannot long be hidden... The sun. The moon. The truth. What exactly does that mean?
Satomi Ito: The truth cannot stay hidden.
Chris Argent: I know what the saying means. What does it mean for you?
Satomi Ito: The truth for me is that we, my kind, are violent creatures, who eventually will not be able to control their violent impulses. The mantra helps us subdue our nature.
Chris Argent: But you're still violent creatures.
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