Joseph Molesley
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Joseph Molesley (Character)
from "Downton Abbey" (2010)

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"Downton Abbey: Episode #4.8" (2013)
Joseph Molesley: [referring to Thomas' New York trip] How was it?
Thomas Barrow: Interesting. Very modern and very interesting. How's it been here?
Jimmy Kent: Not very interesting and not very modern.


"Downton Abbey: Episode #1.4" (2010)
Joseph Molesley: I've got Erysipelas, Your Ladyship.
Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham: Ooh... oh, I am sorry.
Dr. Clarkson: Mrs. Crawley tells me she's recommended nitrate of silver and tincture of steel.
Violet, Dowager Countess of Grantham: Well, is she making a suit of armor?


"Downton Abbey: Episode #6.3" (2015)
Mr. Carson: [when questioned re momentarily impending wedding plans] *Ushers* ? I haven't any ushers!
Joseph Molesley: Well, maybe you should, Mr. Carson.


"Downton Abbey: Episode #5.2" (2014)
Joseph Molesley: Now that Jimmy, uh, James, has gone, do I take it that I am new first footman.
Charles Carson: Since you are the only one, you are first, second, third, and last. Make what you will of it.


"Downton Abbey: Episode #6.8" (2015)
Mr. Carson: And what makes you think you'll be any good?
Joseph Molesley: I don't know exactly. Perhaps because I want it so much.
Mr. Carson: There are plenty of little boys who want to be famous cricketers. It's not enough to make them champions.
Joseph Molesley: I just want to try, Mr Carson.
Mrs. Hughes: And so you shall.


"Downton Abbey: Episode #2.2" (2011)
Anna: Ethel said you wanted me.
Molesley: [diffidently] No, no. I just need a word with you.
Anna: If it's about that book, I'm afraid...
Molesley: No, no, it's not about the book.
Anna: What is it then?
Molesley: I understand that Mr Bates has gone... for good.
Anna: Yes, I believe that's true.
Molesley: So I was hoping... we might be able to see a little more of each other.
Anna: Mr Molesley, I take this as a real compliment...
Molesley: But it's not going to happen?
Anna: No. You see, if you had a child, and that child was taken from you, if the child was sent to the moon, there'd never be one day when they were out of your thoughts, nor one moment when you weren't praying for their welfare, even if you knew you'd never see them again.
Molesley: That's you and Mr Bates?
Anna: That's me and Mr Bates. But thank you.