I'll guarantee that Dr. Sumner, the head of the Asylum where Walter was kept the last 17 years, is our missing protagonist, William Bell !

Think about it folks ... why did he know all the background info on Peter's hidden activities? Where else could he benefit from the collection of 'mad scientists'?!

Stufisch 05:31, 21 November 2008 (UTC)StuFisch

Leonard Nimoy was brilliant as William Bell! hope he comes back even if its for a small cameo.

Hsmtruman 09:13, 24 September 2010 (GMT)

Anyone notice hpo there's been no hint of or mention of the version of Bell from the alternate universe? He spent so much time over there, but where was his alternate? 03:56, April 24, 2012 (UTC)GM

For the love of Mogg's holy family, this is a Wiki. If you have changes to make, either

  1. Make them, or
  2. Discuss them here on the Talk page, or
  3. Both.

Don't go adding snarky commentary throughout the main article, which is uncalled-for in any event. The person who wrote the article may have made a few grammatical mistakes, but for all you know, he or she might be a virtuoso bassoonist or be able to hurl a javelin the length of a football field. Rule No. 1 of Wiki edits: Don't be a dick. The Old Wolf (talk) (contribs) 21:10, November 18, 2012 (UTC)

William Bell and Walter Bishop, which universe are they from?[]

hi guys, im a newly signed up editor,i wish to contribute a lot. but there're things that i don't quite understand. which universe are Walter Bishop and William Bell from? were they from the Alternate Universe or the Prime Universe? which side's version of walter and william discovered which side? 

is the Peter Bishop from season 1 from the Prime or the Alaternate universe? all these really intrigued my curiosity and have confused me for quite a while now. i'm hoping for anyone who can provide me with some attesttations and clear these inquiries up for me. sincerely, thank you. Quantuminfringer (talk) (contribs) 08:26, December 1, 2012 (UTC)