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Omar Little (Character)
from "The Wire" (2002)

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Omar Devon Little is a renowned stick-up man who lives... See more »

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  1. "The Wire"
        - -30- (2008) TV episode, Played by Michael Kenneth Williams
        - Late Editions (2008) TV episode, Played by Michael Kenneth Williams
        - Clarifications (2008) TV episode, Played by Michael Kenneth Williams
        - Took (2008) TV episode, Played by Michael Kenneth Williams
        - The Dickensian Aspect (2008) TV episode, Played by Michael Kenneth Williams
          (46 more)

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From "The Wire: Slapstick (#3.9)" (2004)
Omar Little: I damn near got that woman killed, yo. Y'all should've seen me in Sinai Hospital while they stitching her up, lying about why somebody wanna shoot me down the street. That woman think I work in a cafeteria.
Kimmy: Cafeteria?
Omar Little: At the airport, yeah.
Kimmy: The airport? Why the airport?
Omar Little: 'Cause I know she ain't gonna never go down there to go dining, that's why! Hey, yo, Kimmy, this ain't funny, yo! That woman raised me! And for as long as I been grown, once a month I been with her on a church Sunday, telling myself ain't no need to worry, 'cause ain't nobody in this city that lowdown to disrespect a Sunday morning!
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