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Walter Bishop (Character)
from "Fringe" (2008)

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"Fringe: Pilot (#1.1)" (2008)
Dr. Walter Bishop: They
Dr. Walter Bishop: they have this horrible
Dr. Walter Bishop: pudding here. Butterscotch pudding on Mondays, it's dreadful.
Agent Olivia Dunham: It's Thursday
Dr. Walter Bishop: Oh
Dr. Walter Bishop: oh, that's fantastic news.

Peter Bishop: Hello Walter
Dr. Walter Bishop: I thought you'd be fatter.
Peter Bishop: You thought I would be fatter. Excellent. First words, perfect.
Dr. Walter Bishop: No, no. As a boy you were rounder.
Peter Bishop: Yes, I was. Until the summer before high school, not that I'd expect you to remember that.

Dr. Walter Bishop: I just pissed myself.
Peter Bishop: Excellent.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Just a squirt.

Dr. Walter Bishop: The only thing better than a cow is a human! Unless you need milk. Then you really need a cow.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Excellent! Let's make some LSD!

Dr. Walter Bishop: Now... Let's go synthesize some LSD!

Dr. Walter Bishop: I'm so sorry, that I can't offer you a less dangerous solution.
Agent Olivia Dunham: What to you mean?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Didn't I mention it?
Peter Bishop: What ever you think you said, you didn't say.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Synaptic Transfer System, shared dream state.
Agent Olivia Dunham: What do you mean shared dream state?
Dr. Walter Bishop: The human brain generates a quantifiable electric field. I possited in 1976, that it is possible to synchronize two distinct minds to allow the sharing of information across the unconcious state. Like a string between two tin cans.
Peter Bishop: [in the background] You know what's great about that is that it's completely insane.
Agent Olivia Dunham: You're saying that I can talk to John in a Coma, and he can tell me what the suspect looks like?
Dr. Walter Bishop: It's not an exact science
Peter Bishop: [in the background] It's not even science
Agent Olivia Dunham: Have you done this before?
Dr. Walter Bishop: I have used this technique to extract information from a corpse once. You can do that if they haven't been dead for longer than six hours.
Peter Bishop: [in the background] Right, 'cause after six hours, that's when they're really dead.
Dr. Walter Bishop: You could access his memories, assuming there's no brain damage. Of course you'd have to have an electro magnetic probe placed in the base of your skull whilst immersed without clothing in the old tank, and you'd be heavily drugged.

"Fringe: Bound (#1.11)" (2009)
Peter Bishop: Walter, what are you doing?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Dosing a caterpillar
Peter Bishop: Dosing? As in LSD?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Well, it's a special blend.
Peter Bishop: Hey guess what just happened?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Huh?
Peter Bishop: Finding out that my father is giving drugs to bugs just became a typical moment in my life.
Dr. Walter Bishop: It's wonderful, isn't it?

Dr. Walter Bishop: [after Agent Olivia Dunham walks out] She is beautiful, isn't she?
Peter Bishop: Who?
Dr. Walter Bishop: The slug.

Dr. Walter Bishop: I was worried when you were taken, too.
Agent Olivia Dunham: Thank you, Walter.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Not as much as him, of course.
Peter Bishop: Walter.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Astral...
Astrid Farnsworth: Astrid!
Dr. Walter Bishop: ...projection.

Agent Olivia Dunham: They... They gave me a spinal tap. They put electrodes with sensors on my head. Why would they do that? What would they want? What were they doing? Who could they be?
Dr. Walter Bishop: You're like a question machine.

[regarding the parasite that's on the loose]
Dr. Walter Bishop: Things like this used to happen in the lab all the time.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Makes me nostalgic.

"Fringe: Unleashed (#1.16)" (2009)
Olivia Dunham: And what was the second thing? You said two things came to mind.
Dr. Walter Bishop: The second thing? Oh... Oh yes, the second thing! I need to tinkle. Could either of you direct me to the facilities?
Peter Bishop: The facilities? Walter, this is the sewer. You're standing knee-deep in the facilities.

Astrid Farnsworth: So this thing had the claws of a lion and the fangs of a snake?
Dr. Walter Bishop: It reminds me of a woman I once knew in Cleveland.

[larvae have appeared in the wounds in the bodies in the lab]
Dr. Walter Bishop: We must collect them. Peter, petri dish.
[the body bursts open and a flood of larvae comes out]
Dr. Walter Bishop: Make it a bucket.
Astrid Farnsworth: I'm gonna be sick.
Dr. Walter Bishop: [to Peter] *Two* buckets.

Peter Bishop: I nearly washed my face in a sink of acid. You hooked Gene up to the solar panels and I nearly electrocuted myself.
Dr. Walter Bishop: This is a lab. You're the one who should be careful.

Peter Bishop: Are you okay? Did you take something?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Psychedelics? No, not since Thursday, no.

[about the genetics scientist]
Peter Bishop: It never even crossed your mind he might be involved?
Dr. Walter Bishop: He had a very forgettable face.

"Fringe: Bad Dreams (#1.17)" (2009)
Agent Olivia Dunham: [Olivia is feeling what Nick Lane is feeling] Oh...
Astrid Farnsworth: What's happening? Is he hurting her?
Agent Olivia Dunham: [moaning softly] Oh.
Astrid Farnsworth: Oh...
Dr. Walter Bishop: What?
Agent Olivia Dunham: [continues moaning] Oh.
Peter Bishop: Oh...
Peter Bishop: What?
Agent Olivia Dunham: [moaning with pleasure] Oh!
Dr. Walter Bishop: Oh! I see.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Astral...
Astrid Farnsworth: [slightly annoyed] Astrid!
Dr. Walter Bishop: ...projection...

Agent Charlie Francis: Suspect's name is Nick Lane... uhhh... former address is St Jude's Mental Hospital
Dr. Walter Bishop: Well, I'm not going there.

Dr. Walter Bishop: That's a curious word. So it's got nothing to do with going under water?
Astrid Farnsworth: No. UNSUB stands for unidentified subject.

Peter Bishop: Why do I get the feeling you're not telling us everything?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Because I don't know everything.

"Fringe: The Road Not Taken (#1.19)" (2009)
Dr. Walter Bishop: This typewriter's Belly's. I remember the day he purchased it. It was raining.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Myth is just an unverified fact.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Most of us experience life as a-a linear progression,
[drawing a straight line]
Dr. Walter Bishop: just like this. But this is an illusion because every day, life presents us with an array of choices. As a result, life should look more like this.
[drawing lines that are not straight]
Dr. Walter Bishop: And each choice... leads to a new path. To go to work. to stay home. And each choice we take creates a new reality.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Deja vu is simply a momentary glimpse to the other side. Almost everyone experiences it. We feel that we've been somewhere before because actually we have in another reality. It's another path. The road not taken.

"Fringe: The Same Old Story (#1.2)" (2008)
Peter Bishop: [on cell phone] Walter, I'm with a woman in her mid 20's. She is going into cardiac arrest due to an overdose of anesthesia. Her heart just stopped.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Do you have any cocaine?
Peter Bishop: Cocaine? No, I don't have any cocaine...
Dr. Walter Bishop: Oh - That's too bad. You'll have to shock her heart then.

[about a severed hand in a jar]
Peter Bishop: Friend of yours?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Oh, I certainly hope not.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Sella turcica, diaphragma sellae - the dural folds of the pituitary fossa, in which the pituitary gland sits, situated in the sphenoid bone.
Agent Olivia Dunham: Did you just say pituitary gland?
Agent Olivia Dunham: Did I?

[to Olivia and Peter]
Dr. Walter Bishop: Even condoms are not 100% effective. You two should be aware of this.

"Fringe: Inner Child (#1.15)" (2009)
Dr. Walter Bishop: Unless you have an IQ higher than mine, I'm not interested in what you think!

Nurse: You were on staff at St. Claire's Asylum?
Dr. Walter Bishop: No, no, no. I'm not a medical doctor. I was a patient.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Why didn't you tell me Agent Dunham was here?
Peter Bishop: I'm pretty sure I did.

Dr. Walter Bishop: The boy is obviously thinking, yes? Having thoughts. We just haven't been able to hear them.
Peter Bishop: And I'm sure you can do that, can't you? Hear his thoughts?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Perhaps I can.

"Fringe: Peter (#2.16)" (2010)
Dr. Walter Bishop: There's only room for one God in this lab, and it's not yours.

General Hames: You're gonna make some sort of alternate Manhattan appear?
Dr. Walter Bishop: It's already there, General Hayes. Dr. Warren. At all times. Right in front of our eyes. We just can't see it.

[about Walternate]
Dr. Walter Bishop: He's just like me. I wouldn't look back, and neither will he.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Why did you save us?
September: The boy is important. He has to live.

"Fringe: Jacksonville (#2.15)" (2010)
Dr. Walter Bishop: My theory was wrong. This wasn't a quantum event at all. We're standing in two buildings... one of which comes from the alternate universe.

Dr. Walter Bishop: The universe seeks balance. We sent a car over there so a car of equal mass came back. Now, a building from the other side appeared here. The laws of physics demand both sides of the equation balance. I calculate that a building from this side will be pulled over there... inhabitants and all... within the next... just under 35 hours.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Perception is largely an emotional response. How we feel affects the way we see the world.

[last lines]
[after Olivia realizes Peter is not from this Universe]
Dr. Walter Bishop: Olivia. Please don't tell him.

"Fringe: The Ghost Network (#1.3)" (2008)
Peter Bishop: You brought your own sweetener?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Don't be ridiculous. My medication.
Peter Bishop: You're not on any medication, Walter.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Of course I am. I've been making it myself in the lab.
Peter Bishop: Oh, I wish you were joking.

Dr. Walter Bishop: There was something important. . . Oh! I've decided on the pancakes. Blueberry.

Astrid Farnsworth: Wait, you want to rewire his brain?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Not without his permission. It would be a minor surgery.
Peter Bishop: Minor brain surgery. Emphasis not on the minor.

Dr. Walter Bishop: I believe with proper demodulation, you could receive satellite television for free.

"Fringe: Unearthed (#2.11)" (2010)
Dr. Walter Bishop: [in old film] My name is Dr. Walter Bishop, and this is test subject number 6.
Peter Bishop: [watching film] What happened to test subjects 1 through 5?
Dr. Walter Bishop: I believe the university settled with them out of court, and they probably never had to work again.

Maureen Donovan: What kind of drugs?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Benzodiazepine. It's a hypnotic, sedative, may cause a slight tingling sensation - it's actually quite pleasant. Besides, your daughter is 17. I'm sure she's sampled far worse by now.

Dr. Walter Bishop: It's possible that Rusk's energy brought some of his memories with it. And it is these memories trapped within her fighting to get out.
Priest: Are you suggesting that Lisa's... possessed?
Dr. Walter Bishop: I wasn't. But now that you mention it... I wouldn't be surprised if numerous possessions were, in fact... misdiagnosed cases of a phenomenon we are just now discovering.
Dr. Walter Bishop: I wasn't. But now that you mention it... I wouldn't be surprised if numerous possessions were, in fact... misdiagnosed cases of a phenomenon we are just now discovering.
Priest: I hardly think that's happening.
Dr. Walter Bishop: You hardly would... because the Church doesn't approve of exorcisms

Dr. Walter Bishop: Even as a scientist, sometimes I have to rely on faith.

"Fringe: The Bishop Revival (#2.14)" (2010)
[last lines]
Peter Bishop: You know there is still one thing that doesn't make any sense. If the formula for the toxin didn't come from your father's notes, how did this guy get it?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Perhaps there are mysteries that are destined to remain unsolved. Thank you for bringing this back.

Dr. Walter Bishop: A wedding is the perfect laboratory. You have your target group, the Stallers. And you have your control group, everyone else.
Olivia Dunham: You're saying you think this was a science experiment?
Dr. Walter Bishop: It's a theory. And one that I think I can prove.
Olivia Dunham: How?
Dr. Walter Bishop: A scientist always tries to recreate his results. If I'm right, this will happen again.

Dr. Walter Bishop: What color are his eyes?
Olivia Dunham: Brown.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Then I was right after all. It is a targeted toxin. They all have brown eyes. That's the common genetic trait. Check the survivors, but I'm sure I'm right.
[to Broyles]
Dr. Walter Bishop: It's a good thing you weren't here at the time, or you'd be dead too.

[last lines]
Peter Bishop: There is still one thing that doesn't make any sense. If the formula for the toxin didn't come from your father's notes... how did this guy get it?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Perhaps there's some mysteries that are destined to remain unsolved.
[about the books]
Dr. Walter Bishop: Thank you for bringing these back.

"Fringe: White Tulip (#2.18)" (2010)
Dr. Walter Bishop: [to Alistair Peck] I, too, attempted the unimaginable, and I succeeded. I crossed into another universe, and took a son that wasn't mine. And since then, not a day has passed without me feeling the burden of that act. I'm going to tell you something that I have never told another soul. Until I took my son from the other side, I had never believed in God. But it occurred to me... that my actions had betrayed him and that everything that had happened to me since was God punishing me. So now I'm looking for a sign of forgiveness. I've asked God for a sign of forgiveness. A specific one, a white tulip.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Grief can drive people to extraordinary lengths.

[to Peck]
Dr. Walter Bishop: I'm telling you how to do this, but I am telling you... you cannot do it.

"Fringe: In Which We Meet Mr. Jones (#1.7)" (2008)
Dr. Walter Bishop: [on the phone with Peter Bishop] Hello Peter, this is me, your father, Walter Bishop.
Peter Bishop: Thank you Walter. I know who you are.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Excellent...

Phillip Broyles: I'm hoping you can help. The man lying in that room is not just a colleague. He's a friend.
Dr. Walter Bishop: I see. Do you have any mints?

[seeing Peter helping out in the lab]
Dr. Walter Bishop: Excellent work, son. You may have found your true calling at last. Working with me.
Peter Bishop: I certainly hope not.

"Fringe: An Enemy of Fate (#5.13)" (2013)
Dr. Walter Bishop: [to Peter] You are my very favorite thing.

Dr. Walter Bishop: It's a beautiful name.
Astrid Farnsworth: What is?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Astrid.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Peter, hold on to these tight. Anti-gravity osmium bullets. Shoot Observers with these and watch them float away like balloons.
Peter Bishop: If we shoot 'em, they're dead. Why'd we want 'em to float away?
Dr. Walter Bishop: ...Because it's cool.
Peter Bishop: That makes sense Walter.

"Fringe: The Transformation (#1.13)" (2009)
Dr. Walter Bishop: [looking through the glass at the interrogation in the other room] This is wonderful, don't you agree? It's just like a good detective movie.

Agent Olivia Dunham: Cut open his hand.
Peter Bishop: What?
Agent Olivia Dunham: I want to see if there's a disc in it. Like Bowman's.
Dr. Walter Bishop: [gets on his feet] I like cutting.

Dr. Walter Bishop: This is an antidote. While I can't guarantee it'll actually work, I do have a recorded IQ of...
Astrid Farnsworth: 196.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Really?

"Fringe: What Lies Below (#2.13)" (2010)
[last lines]
Astrid Farnsworth: Walter, um, inside, upstairs, when you said I can't let Peter die again, what did you mean by that?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Some things are meant to be left alone, Agent Farnsworth.

Dr. Walter Bishop: When the Victoria, the last surviving ship, return to its harbor of departure after the first circumnavigation of the earth, only 18 of the original 237 men were on board.
Small Child: What happened to them?
Dr. Walter Bishop: They all died, young lady. Horrible and most likely painful death. You see, when you open new doors, there is a price to pay. Now imagine... tonight, you look under your bed, and, lo and behold, you find a monster! And you're immediately eaten. Now, if you hadn't looked for the monster, you wouldn't have found it and you'd still be happy in your beds, instead of being slowly digested in the stomach sack of the creature. But, with any luck, your sister or your brothers might have heard your screams, and your endeavor will serve as a valuable lesson to them.

[last lines]
Astrid Farnsworth: Inside... Upstairs... When you said, "I can't let peter die again..." What did you mean by that?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Some things are meant to be left alone.

"Fringe: Grey Matters (#2.10)" (2009)
Security Guard: And you're Dr. Walter Bishop?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Yes. And I'm perfectly sane.

Peter Bishop: Maybe some Valium would help.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Oh, I don't do Valium nearly enough. It's a good idea. I'll have 50 milligrams, please.
Dr. West: Well, that's quite a high dosage.
Dr. West: I have quite a high tolerance.

Dr. Walter Bishop: I have a terrible headache. And a sudden craving for chicken wings.

"Fringe: Alone in the World (#4.3)" (2011)
Aaron Sneddon: I don't... like doctors. They scare me.
Olivia Dunham: Oh, you'll like Walter. There's nothing scary about him.
[Walter enters wearing a blood-stained apron]
Dr. Walter Bishop: All right, young man, let's get started. Take off your shirt and hop on the table.

Dr. Walter Bishop: Don't want to be recommitted. I can't go back there. Please don't send me back.
Olivia Dunham: What are you talking about?
Dr. Walter Bishop: I'm going insane. I've been having hallucinations, and no matter what I do, they won't stop.
Olivia Dunham: What kind of hallucinations, Walter?
Dr. Walter Bishop: For weeks now. I was afraid to tell anybody.
Olivia Dunham: What are you seeing?
Dr. Walter Bishop: It doesn't matter.
Olivia Dunham: Just tell me.
Dr. Walter Bishop: A person. A young man. His... his voice is in my head, saying peculiar things.
Olivia Dunham: [unfolding a drawing] Does he look like this?

Dr. Walter Bishop: A shared vision like this, he must be real. And if he's real, we have to find him.

"Fringe: Johari Window (#2.12)" (2010)
Dr. Walter Bishop: A friend of mine once said that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.

Dr. Walter Bishop: The man and the moth don't change at all. What changes is our perception of them.

"Fringe: The Dreamscape (#1.9)" (2008)
Dr. Walter Bishop: In case you haven't noticed, I can be quite obsessive.
Astrid Farnsworth: Really?

Dr. Walter Bishop: There is little that makes me happier than taking drugs.

"Fringe: 6:02 AM EST (#3.20)" (2011)
Dr. Walter Bishop: Our world is breaking down around us.
Peter Bishop: Well, let's not jump to conclusions.
Dr. Walter Bishop: I'm not.

Dr. Walter Bishop: I was never good at letting you go.
Peter Bishop: This time you have to.

"Fringe: Dream Logic (#2.5)" (2009)
Astrid Farnsworth: [referring to experimenting on a drugged FBI agent] Walter, I do not think this is a very good idea.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Don't be such a grinch. I told you - science should be fun!

Astrid Farnsworth: Walter, what's wrong?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Either a green unicorn just raced across the lab, or I accidentally took some LSD.

"Fringe: Snakehead (#2.9)" (2009)
Astrid Farnsworth: Walter, what a... what a coincidence.
Dr. Walter Bishop: It's not a coincidence at all. You were following me.

Dr. Walter Bishop: My name is Walter. The Number 5 bus hasn't stopped here for over two hours. Not that it matters. I used up all my bus fare to dial seven wrong numbers. I can't remember Peter's number. I know it's got three fives, a one, a zero, and two sevens... but for the life of me, I can't remember the correct sequence.

"Fringe: The Bullet That Saved the World (#5.4)" (2012)
Henrietta Bishop: [about a complex physics formula retrieved from a secret location] Will you be able to figure it out?
Dr. Walter Bishop: [Frustrated] Don't you understand, this is Greek to me! Except I read Greek. This is Aramaic to me! Not the western dialect, I do speak that.

Dr. Walter Bishop: There was a time when we solved Fringe cases. Now I think it's time we created a few of our own.

"Fringe: There's More Than One of Everything (#1.20)" (2009)
Agent Olivia Dunham: What are you doing here?
Dr. Walter Bishop: We're trying to plug a hole in the universe... What are *you* doing here?
Agent Olivia Dunham: Apparently the same thing.

Peter Bishop: What else aren't you telling me, Walter?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Lots, I'm sure. But none of it's relevant.

"Fringe: Night of Desirable Objects (#2.2)" (2009)
Peter Bishop: How's it going, Walter?
Dr. Walter Bishop: I plan to urinate in 23 minutes.
Peter Bishop: Good to know.
Dr. Walter Bishop: I'm telling you because I'm going to need help unzipping my fly.

Dr. Walter Bishop: We're all mutants. What's more remarkable is how many of us appear to be normal.

"Fringe: Power Hungry (#1.5)" (2008)
[Walter is cheering]
Astrid Farnsworth: Are you sure this is gonna work?
Dr. Walter Bishop: Of course not.

Agent Olivia Dunham: He'll go away. Is that what you're saying?
Dr. Walter Bishop: I don't know. Do you really want him to?

"Fringe: Of Human Action (#2.7)" (2009)
Walter Bishop: Once you are given the order to put on the headphones, do not remove them under any circumstances. If you do, you may die a gruesome and horrible death. Thank you for your attention and have a nice day.

"Fringe: Concentrate and Ask Again (#3.12)" (2011)
Dr. Walter Bishop: Why would anyone kill a scientist? What did we ever do?

"Fringe: Over There: Part 2 (#2.23)" (2010)
Dr. Walter Bishop: Hello, William.
William Bell: Walter.
Dr. Walter Bishop: I see you've aged.
William Bell: It appears I'm not the only one!

"Fringe: A New Day in the Old Town (#2.1)" (2009)
Dr. Walter Bishop: We need to celebrate. And make sure that Agent Dunham can attend. I want to see her face when she eats my pudding.
Peter Bishop: That's disturbing.

"Fringe: And Those We Left Behind (#4.6)" (2011)
Dr. Walter Bishop: Astrid! I need a computer battery - and a spool of copper wire! And a climbing harness! And-and-and some rubber cement. I'b... ib... I think it's in my Spiderman fanny pack.

"Fringe: Stowaway (#3.17)" (2011)
William Bell: You know, it's best to try not to be reductive. I mean, after all, every living thing is simply bundled energy, and perhaps Ms. Gray has... has found a way to capture some vital portion of another person's essential energy and, therefore, has extended her own life.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Extending her own life...
William Bell: Yes.
Lincoln Lee: A soul... vampire.
William Bell: As it were.
Peter Bishop: It says in the file that each one of victims tried to commit suicide previously.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Perhaps simple compassion, Belly.
William Bell: Yes, that's brilliant. She only wants to take the souls of those people that are already prepared to surrender their own.
Lincoln Lee: A compassionate... soul... vampire.
William Bell, Dr. Walter Bishop: Yes.
Lincoln Lee: Oh, boy. Um, who are your guys?

"Fringe: Olivia. In the Lab. With the Revolver (#2.17)" (2010)
Dr. Walter Bishop: When you open your mind to the impossible, sometimes you find the truth.

"Fringe: Letters of Transit (#4.19)" (2012)
Dr. Walter Bishop: I am not a number. I am a free man.

"Fringe: Os (#3.16)" (2011)
Dr. Walter Bishop: "They glanced up and saw Icarus float through the sky, and taking him for a god, They stood still in wonder."

"Fringe: 6955 kHz (#3.6)" (2010)
Dr. Walter Bishop: May I borrow that?
Astrid Farnsworth: Mm-hm.
Dr. Walter Bishop: I feel a bowel movement coming on.

"Fringe: Over There: Part 1 (#2.22)" (2010)
Senator Walter "Walternate" Bishop: They may look like us, but don't be fooled, Olivia. They are monsters in our skin.

"Fringe: The Box (#3.2)" (2010)
Dr. Walter Bishop: Kent Street. I frequented a massage parlor just around the corner. I used to get off right here.
Peter Bishop: Sure hope you're talking about the station, Walter.

"Fringe: Momentum Deferred (#2.4)" (2009)
Dr. Walter Bishop: [turning to see Charlie behind him] Agent Francis, hello. You alright? You look pale.
Agent Charlie Francis: Yeah. Haven't got much sleep last night.
Dr. Walter Bishop: Oh. I may be able to help you. A little cannabis before bedtime does wonders.

"Fringe: Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (#3.19)" (2011)
Dr. Walter Bishop: Oh, damn. I'm back.

"Fringe: The Equation (#1.8)" (2008)
Dr. Walter Bishop: Curious minds often converge on the same idea. Newton and Leibnitz independently... without knowing each other, invented calculus.

"Fringe: Northwest Passage (#2.21)" (2010)
Dr. Walter Bishop: The hadron super collider is less complicated than that infernal dishwater.

"Fringe: Earthling (#2.6)" (2009)
Dr. Walter Bishop: Titanium tetrachloride... you sly temptress.

"Fringe: Five-Twenty-Ten (#5.7)" (2012)
Dr. Walter Bishop: Fire up the laser, Agnus. Let's get that hand out of amber.

"Fringe: The Firefly (#3.10)" (2011)
Peter Bishop: Walter, are you all right?
Dr. Walter Bishop: If "all right" means despondent, yes.

"Fringe: Midnight (#1.18)" (2009)
Dr. Walter Bishop: I am forming a hypothesis. Would you like to hear it?
Peter Bishop: That depends. Would I ever be able to sleep at night again?
Dr. Walter Bishop: That depends.
Peter Bishop: Depends on what?
Dr. Walter Bishop: On whether the light is on or not.

"Fringe: The Cure (#1.6)" (2008)
Dr. Walter Bishop: To understand what happened at the diner, we use Mr. Papaya.
[he places the papaya in the container and steps back]
Dr. Walter Bishop: This is upsetting because he is the friendliest of fruits.