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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

From TARDIS Index File, the free Doctor Who reference.

Detective Inspector Bishop
Also known as:
Race: Human
Home Planet: Earth
Home Era: 20th century
Appearances: DW: The Idiot's Lantern
Actor: Sam Cox

Detective Inspector Bishop was a police working in London in 1953. Together with Crabtree he investigated the mystery with faceless humans. (DW: The Idiot's Lantern)

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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For other meanings of "Bishop", see: Bishop (disambiguation).

B6 Blue (aka Bishop) was a female Nasat scientist and Starfleet officer in the 23rd century.

In 2249 B6 Blue held the rank of lieutenant, and was assigned to the Vulcan Science Academy on planet Vulcan, where she participated in a project involving artificial gravity. There she met Sarek, at that time an astrophysicist at the Academy, and his son Spock. It was Spock's interactions with B6 Blue that inspired him to join Starfleet.

During this period, B6 Blue managed to disprove Occita's theorem. This scientific breakthrough led to more comfortable interstellar travel.

In 2268, B6 Blue held the rank of commodore, and was commanding officer of "The Yard", a top secret Federation research base. That year, she tried to recruit Spock to join her team, though Spock opted to stay aboard the USS Enterprise. (TOS short story: "Devices and Desires")

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From EQ2i, the EverQuest II wiki

A prefix title awarded to clerics who complete their strength AA line.

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From The Vault


leader(s): John Bishop
headquarters: Shark Club
locations: Shark Club
Mercenary Raiders cave
Leslie Anne Bishop
Angela Bishop
Angel Eyes
Bishop Child
Thomas Moore

The Bishops, headed by the ruthless John Bishop, are a power-hungry family that inhabits the Shark Club casino. The second most powerful family in New Reno, they seek to end New Reno's mob-based anarchy and bring it into an alliance with NCR and Vault City, working within the NCR's congressional system to legalize prostitution and gambling within the republic.

Whereas most family's missions involve the local intrigues of New Reno's politics, the Bishops are focused more on the politics of the outside world, delivering messages and occassionally poisons to political figures and spies outside New Reno.

John Bishop is a neglectful husband. He is indifferent to the fidelity of his wife, Leslie Anne Bishop, and himself cheats whenever it suits him. He has also provided little guidance for his daughter, Angela Bishop, who is also promiscuous and a jet addict to boot. NCR hired the Bishops as middlemen, who in turn hired the raiders who harass Vault City, in the hopes that Vault City will turn to NCR for protection.


The Bishops appear only in Fallout 2.

New Reno

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

The Bishop is a recurring Job class from Ivalice. It is exclusive to the Bangaa race and is their only magic-based Job. Bishops learn a variety of offensive and defensive magic, so one could say they are a variant of Red Mage. Due to their religious namesake, Bishops are the only Job class in their respective games that can cast the spell Holy.


Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Main article: Bishop (Final Fantasy Tactics Advance)

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Main article: Bishop (Final Fantasy Tactics A2)

To open the Bishop Job, you need to master two White Monk abilities.

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

“The Street’s Disciple” Bishop Williams
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Real name
Ring Names {{{names}}}
Height 6'7"
Weight 275 lbs.
Date of birth June 21, 1976
Place of birth Detroit, Michigan
Date of death
Place of death
Resides Detriot, Michigan
Billed from Detriot, Michigan
Trainer Akira Mishima
WFC (World Federation of Champions)
Handled by
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Debut April 5, 2000
Retired {{{retired}}}

Bishop is a wrestler currently under contract for the WrestleView Wrestling Federation (WVWF) and the Global Wrestling Coalition (GWC).


Non Wrestling History

Bishop was a huge wrestling fan when he was growing up and he got his cousin, Xavier Williams into the wrestling business. When he turned 18, he moved down to Atlanta and lived with Xavier, as they both trained in the Underground a wrestling headed, by teacher and mentor to both Xavier and Bishop, Akira Mishima.

Major Wrestling History

WFC (World Federation of Champions

When Bishop made it to the WFC he was blessed to make it this far. After some trial matches he was finally given a contract, by the GM, Jigen he was thrown into a feud with Jigen’s personal bodyguard Bob Wire. After a lengthy feud they settled the match in a Texas Deathmatch, in which the only way to win, is to pin your opponent. And keep him down for a 10 count. He was defeated after being blasted in the skull with a barbed wire baseball bat. As he recovered, his cousin Xavier, debuted and he captured the WFC Intercontinental Title. As an idea for a money feud, Bishop returned and he cost Xavier a match. As a result they faced each other in a Street fight, after Bishop gave Xavier a nasty Tombstone Piledriver off the hood of a limo, he was crowned the “Street Disciple” and named his move the “Street’s Respect” he was forced to leaves the WFC after his wife was going into the labor and he left to go raise his first daughter, Erica.


His return to wrestling was big as he landed in the company, WVWF. He was in a feud with then star, Ash Clack but after defeating him numerous times, he was begging for a real challenge. Soon the WVWF Television Championship was created and Bishop won the 10 man battle royal. Bishop would hold the title for a month, before losing it to Colton Barnett after failing to retain the title in a 3-Way Street Fight in which ended in a triple KO Bishop has yet to be seen in competition. Bishop was recently in the a rumble to win the right to face Dark Prophet at Vendetta. But after making a strong entrance, he was eliminated by Shawn Tyler

Global Wrestling Coalition

Bishop just recently inked a deal with the GWC and although he is yet to make an offical in ring appearance, he is signed under the Mayhem brand, his debut will be under the Assualt brand. In Bishop's debut match with JW McCammon and Rudy Mancino he was defeated as JW pinned Rudy. Bishop was also in the Battle Royal but was eliminated.



  • Street Respect (OuakenDriver II)
  • BLKOUT (Rear Naked Choke)
  • Rebellion (Flapjack lift/Diving DDT Combo) Done with Xavier Williams

Signature Moves

  • Decapitation Lariat (Strong Running Lariat)
  • Hollow Point (Superkick to chest or head)
  • Last Gasp (Backcracker)
  • Snitch Killa(Shining Enziguri Kick)
  • Bow Down (Torture Rack)
  • Limb Damage (Heel Hook Ankle Lock)
  • Michigan Cutter(Fast Ace Crusher)

Other Moves

  • Various Suplexes
    • Belly-to-belly
    • Exploder (Overhead Throw) Suplex
    • T-Bone
    • Taz-Plex
    • Rolling German Suplex; "Choas Theory"
    • German
    • Butterfly
    • High Angle Belly to back suplex; "Backdrop Driver"
    • Regal Plex
    • Fisherman's Release Suplex
  • Hesitaion Dropkick in the Tree of Woe
  • Missle Dropkick
  • Axe Kick
  • Dragon Whip
  • Split Legged Moonsault
  • Texas Cloverleaf
  • Gutwrench Powerbomb
  • 450 Splash (Rare)

Career Highlights

  • Wrestling Federation of Champions World Champion (2)
  • Wrestling Federation of Champions Intercontinental Champion (3)
  • WVWF Television Champion(1)

Championship Succession

WVWF Television Championship
Preceded by:
Succeeded by:
Colton Barnett


The Underground Gym

Bishop is a part owner of this gym which is ran by his mentor, Akira "The Dragon" Mishima. Since Bishop is on a lighter work load than his cousin Xavier Williams he is at the gym more often to teach classes, although X has been known to drop in time to time. Bishop's main lesson is submission wrestling as he teaches new student how to apply submission hold and how to use targeted attacks against oppoenets.


  • Back
  • A tattoo of his daughter surrounded by a sun design with various Egyptian words underneath.
  • Two Ankhs on the shoulder blades and the Kanji for "War" on the back of his neck
  • Chest
  • The word "DETROIT" written in cursive on his chest and a picture of a skull on his left pectorial muscle.
  • Arms
  • A tribal forearm design on both arms.
  • He has a Coy Fish on his right arm which is leaping out of a pond over a yin-yang sun and the water droplets coming off the fish have the Kanji for "Luck", "Pride", and "Happiness"
  • He has the name "Erica" on his palm which is the name of his daughter. And the name "Anna" on the back of his fist.

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A traditional northern European drink, similar to mulled wine, consists of wine or port that is heated with spices and orange peel and served hot.

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See for the canon Star Trek wiki.

For the Mirak rank, see Bishop (Mirak).

Bishop was an android created by the X.S. Tech corporation and served as the Chief Surgeon of the Interplanetary Convention Center. (Star Trek: Voyager - Dark Realm)



Bishop was named after noted human cybernetics researcher Professor Tom Bishop of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, one of the first humans to make contact with X.S. Tech. The Bishop android encountered by the Voyager away team was modeled on his creator and took his creator's name. As such he was the first such type of android produced by the X.S. Tech corporation.

Bishop stated that his type of androids were to appear as human as possible with the purpose of putting humanoid patients at ease. And he would say that no two Bishop-type androids were identical in appearance. This was demanded by Dr. Bishop, his creator, and carried out by the X.S. Tech production line.

According to scans performed by William Telfer, the Bishop android appeared to be more advanced than the Soong-type andoid. The synthetic flesh alone was years ahead of the similar covering for Lieutenant Commander Data.

When the Voyager away team encountered Bishop, he stated that his class of android was only recently coming into production with only one hundred and forty-seven units presently active throughout the galaxy. (Star Trek: Voyager - Dark Realm)

Encountering the Voyager away team

Bishop would first encounter the United Federation of Planets when a stranded away team, in company with Doctor Emmett Brown, Clara Clayton, and Marty McFly landed at the Interplanetary Convention Center. The group had two injured personnel, with one in critical condition.

Bishop would treat a severely wounded Celes Tal after she had been shot by 3D and successfully remove a 9mm slug from Celes with minimal impact. (Star Trek: Voyager - Dark Realm)


The Bishop android's reflexes and average physical strength were greater than those of most humanoids.

He was programmed with inhibitions against harming any lifeform as well as with detailed files on the biologies of at least one hundred and seventy-eight humanoid species. His CPU was also capable of learning.

He could download files via a wireless uplink from most computer interfaces, to include Federation tricorders and could remotely control any medical robots in his infirmary. He could remotely control up to twenty-seven medical robots. (Star Trek: Voyager - Dark Realm)

Behind the scenes

Bishop was named as a nod to Lance Henrikson's character in the motion pictures Aliens and Alien 3.

External links

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