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Fringe: Our Favorite Walter Bishop Quotes
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January 24, 2013

The TV show Fringe is over, but we had a free thing that you can win to commemorate five years of freaky alternate universes, bald dudes, and crazy science.

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Two winners in this universe -- Kelley Harkins and Bek Jones got Fringe: September's Notebook, by Tara Bennett, Paul Terry, Jeff Pinkner, and JH Wyman.

The book is buyable for 29.99 ($31.50 in the US, roughly), but don't do that until you try to win it.

More about the book is right here, from publisher Titan Books.

The Quotes

"I didn't realize how much I missed swivel chairs. I also missed swiveling."

"They said I can ride in the back with the body. Can I?"

"The only thing better than a cow is a human! Unless you need milk. Then you really need a cow."

"This seat. It warms your ass. Wonderful."

"Either a green unicorn just raced across the lab, or I accidentally took some LSD."




 
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