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William Bell (Character)
from "Fringe" (2008)

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Dr. William Bell


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  1. "Fringe"
        - Brave New World: Part 2 (2012) TV episode, Played by Leonard Nimoy (as Dr. William Bell)
        - Brave New World: Part 1 (2012) TV episode, Played by Leonard Nimoy (as Dr. William Bell)
        - Letters of Transit (2012) TV episode, Played by Leonard Nimoy (as Dr. William Bell)
        - Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (2011) TV episode, Played by Anna Torv / Leonard Nimoy (as Dr. William Bell)
        - Stowaway (2011) TV episode, Played by Anna Torv
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From "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.
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