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TV Recap: The Wire - React Quotes
This ep had me asking myself ... Whoís worse? McNulty or Templeton? The two biggest b.s. artists on The Wire formed an unofficial alliance that finally got McNulty's bogus serial killer a front page headline and Templeton a so-called story with legs.
TV Recap: The Wire - Transitions
Omar's back and Prop. Joe's dead. Cold-blooded Marlo is making big, bloody waves, and with the backing of the Greeks and an unflinching crew, it looks he might rule the streets by the time The Wire shuts down for business. Still, it's hard to shake the feeling that Omar might get the chance to aim that sawed-off shotgun at his skinny rival's head.
TV Recap: The Wire - Uncomfirmed Reports
McNulty's drinking all day, staying out all night, screwing around on Beadie and strangling dead bodies. Still, who can blame him? City Hall pulls the plug on the Marlo investigation and more bodies start to pile up. The FBI refuses to bankroll the case and it looks like a year's worth of intel on Marlo's deadly crew will go to waste.
TV Recap: The Wire - More With Less
The Wire has always focused on Baltimore's crooks and cops, giving both equal screen time, but most seasons add a new setting (the port, city hall, the classroom) that is directly affected by the action on the streets. With the first ep of the fifth and final season, Simon, who scripted the ep, begins to draw parallels between the Baltimore Police Department's overall downslide and that of The Baltimore Sun newsroom.
2008 Winter TV Preview: The Wire
Everything Iíve ever heard or read about The Wire has been good. People who like this show rave about it incessantly. Iím sure it deserves at least some of the hype itís gotten but for whatever reason, I just havenít gotten around to watching it. I am kind of curious to see if the show really is as good as people say it is.