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|Profession:||Unknown||Portrayed by: |
|Family:||Walter Bishop, husband -- Peter Bishop, son (real, adopted/kidnapped)|
|Connections:||Carla Warren, Nina Sharp|
|Seen In:||2 of 100 episodes|
|Remarks:||Took her own life (allegedly)|
Elizabeth Bishop is Walter's wife in this universe.
- She is devastated (Peter) after her birth-son Peter dies. When Walter brings back Peter Bishop from the Parallel Universe to cure him of his genetic malady, she is so happy to see "her" son, that Walter realizes that he will not be able to return the child to his true father.
- Approximately six months later (Subject 13), she struggles to keep the secret from Peter. She uses Walter's explanation of Peter's treatment/illness as an alibi for Peter's confusion and remberances of the alternate world under Reiden Lake. When Peter finally accepts her as his mother, she cannot contain the guilt she feels and copes with excessive alcohol consumption.
- The Ghost Network: Olivia asked Peter the whereabouts of Mrs. Bishop, but Peter evaded the question.
- The Arrival: Walter dislikes the way she questions his judgment. In the same episode, he told Peter that she was at home, waiting at the Thanksgiving dinner when they encounter a car accident.
- Safe: Walter said that she was so worried because Peter was diagnosed with a rare form of bird flu.
- A New Day In The Old Town: Peter remembers a Greek phrase her mother say to him every night.
- Of Human Action: Bell introduces her to Walter.
- Snakehead: Peter was raised by her mother.
- The Bishop Revival: Walter expresses that he is very happy in their wedding.
- The Man From The Other Side: Peter realizes that the reason why his mother committed suicide is because she cannot bear the guilty feeling of knowing about the truth.
- Over There, Part 1: In a conversation between Peter and Elizabeth, he described her as wonderful, sad and not strong. She is a vegetarian.
- Back To Where You've Never Been: Walter vividly recounts the day she took her own life and the circumstances surrounding the suicide.
|— Plot Relevant Questions —||Address theories about questions on Elizabeth Bishop/Theories Ask minor questions on the Talk Page|
1) Do not answer the questions here.
- Knowing that her adopted Peter was close to her, why did they part ways?
- Was Peter referring to her as the one who says the Greek phrase to him every night?