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In one of Fringe's episodes, (I think in the 2nd or 3rd season), Walter states:

I once went into the wrong house by mistake and slept there for three days.

  1. Which one was this?
  2. Give a basic outline of what led up to this.
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    To add to Colin's answer, Fringepedia is a pretty good resource. It has the full transcript of most episodes, in case you want search for a quote. – Andres F. Sep 30 '13 at 14:18
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Season 3, Episode 8 (Entrada)

"It's perfectly understandable, son. In the 'Seventies', I innocently wandered into the wrong home and it was three days before I realized my mistake. And unlike Olivia, the woman with whom I was sharing a bed didn't look like my wife at all." - (to Peter, consoling him on the embarassing deception levied by Bolivia)

http://fringepedia.net/wiki/Walter_Bishop

  • A funny remark by a great character. I miss Dr Bishop :( – Andres F. Sep 30 '13 at 14:13
  • ...and an awesome episode of Fringe as well. – Andres F. Sep 30 '13 at 14:14
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The Episode which you are talking about is Season 3, Episode 8; "Entrada".

"It's perfectly understandable, son. In the 'Seventies', I innocently wandered into the wrong home and it was three days before I realized my mistake. And unlike Olivia, the woman with whom I was sharing a bed didn't look like my wife at all." - (to Peter, consoling him on the embarassing deception levied by Bolivia)

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    Welcome to the site, and thanks for the effort, but you're not adding anything to the accepted answer on a six-month old question. – ike Apr 18 '14 at 22:06
  • @ike - That's true, but still not a reason to downvote. If the other answer is removed (for whatever reason), this one should still stand. – Valorum Apr 18 '14 at 22:21
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    @Richard It's literally a copy and paste of the other answer with one sentence (and link) removed. – ike Apr 18 '14 at 22:40
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    @Richard The original answer cannot be deleted except by mods, because it was accepted. This answer isn't useful, because it doesn't add anything. – Izkata Apr 18 '14 at 23:07

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