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Year: 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2006 | 2008


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Target

2 June 2002
Baltimore Det. Jimmy McNulty finds himself in hot water with his superior Major William Rawls after a drug dealer, D'Angelo Barksdale who is charged with three murders, is acquitted. McNulty knows the judge in question and although it's not his case, he's called into chambers to explain what happened. Obviously key witnesses recanted their police statements on the stand but McNulty doesn't underplay Barksdale's role in at least 7 other murders. When the judge's raises his concerns at the senior levels of the police department, they have a new investigation on their hands. Lt. Cedric Daniels is put in charge with Kima Greggs as the lead detective. As for Barksdale, he finds himself demoted to a low-level dealer after his arrest and he obviously has to prove himself yet again.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace
Clayton LeBouef ... Wendell 'Orlando' Blocker

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl

Doug Olear ... FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Richard DeAngelis ... Maj. Raymond Foerster (as Richard De Angelis)
Wendy Grantham ... Shardene Innes

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo
Ingrid Cornell ... Nakeesha Lyles

Larry Hull ... William Gant (as Larry E. Hull)
Lucy Newman-Williams ... Asst. State's Atty. Taryn Hanson

Michael Stone Forrest ... Det. Frank Barlow

Nikki Bell ... Crack Addict

Stephen Szibler ... Narcotics Detective

Kamal Bostic-Smith ... Snot Boogie's Friend (uncredited)

Bobby J. Brown ... Off. Bobby Brown (uncredited)

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr (uncredited)
Enrique Chicas ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Chris Clanton ... Savino Bratton (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)
Aaron Moss ... Drug Dealer (uncredited)
Brandon Price ... Anton 'Stinkum' Artis (uncredited)

Ron A. Williams ... Addict (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Detail

9 June 2002
Lt. Daniels puts his team together but the extra help he's asked includes several less than stellar officers. It also includes McNulty, who is obviously in the doghouse. When one of the witnesses against D'Angelo Barksdale is found dead, McNulty and his homicide partner 'Bunk' Moreland bring him in for questioning. They have no evidence that he had anything to do with the killing but their instincts tell them otherwise. When news of the witnesses death hits the press, Major Rawls is convinced that McNulty is again responsible. Three of the newly assigned detectives, Hec, Prez and Carver decide to go to the towers and flex a little muscle only to have it turn into a major disaster.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (as Corey Parker-Robinson)
Tom Quinn ... Det. Patrick Mahon
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Richard DeAngelis ... Maj. Raymond Foerster (as Richard De Angelis)
Nat Benchley ... Det. Augustus Polk
Shamyl Brown ... Donette

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Erik Dellums ... Dr. Randall Frazier (as Erik Todd Dellums)

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy
Brandon Price ... Anton 'Stinkum' Artis
Dave Trovato ... Lt. Walter Cantrell
Walter Simpson III ... Crack Cocaine Addict (as Walt Simpson III)

Dakota Anderson ... Sniper (uncredited)
Chris Clanton ... Savino Bratton (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)

Jarvis W. George ... 'Ronnie Mo' Watkins (uncredited)

Rodney J. Hobbs ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Micaiah Jones ... Wintell 'Little Man' Royce (uncredited)
Jimmie Jelani Manners ... Kevin Johnston (uncredited)
Aaron Moss ... Drug Dealer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Buys

16 June 2002
After two weeks on the job, the team still doesn't have a photo of their principal target, Avon Barksdale. Freamon has a solution when he hears Avon was a Gold Gloves boxer. In the aftermath of the near riot at the towers, Lt. Daniels stands by his men even though he thinks the were stupid to do what they did. He's ordered to lead a raid on the low-rise units in the projects but McNulty rebels and refuses to participate in a raid that's just being put up for show. Disatisfied with the antiquated equipment they have to work with, McNulty asks his friend at the FBI to lend them listening devices. His friend also has some information for him about Lt. Daniels. D'Angelo isn't around when a gang led by someone called Omar robs his stash.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale (credit only)

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Richard DeAngelis ... Maj. Raymond Foerster (as Richard De Angelis)
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman
Nat Benchley ... Det. Augustus Polk
Tom Quinn ... Det. Patrick Mahon
Wendy Grantham ... Shardene Innes

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek

Tony D. Head ... Maj. Bobby Reed
Brandon Price ... Anton 'Stinkum' Artis

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Doug Olear ... FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh
Michael Kevin Darnall ... Brandon Wright
Lance Williams ... John Bailey
William F. Zorzi ... Bill Zorzi (as Bill Zorzi)
Enrique Chicas ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Curtis Montez ... Sterling (uncredited)
Aaron Moss ... Drug Dealer (uncredited)
Rob Stull ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Old Cases

23 June 2002
Bodie walks out of detention pretending to be a janitor but Patty is recovering in hospital and is pleased that his injuries will result in a medical pension. Avon Barksdale puts a contract out on Omar and others who robbed him. He wants to make sure everyone on the street knows he's not to be messed with. Judge Phelan keeps the pressure on and Daniels recommends to the Deputy that they need a wire. McNulty suggests they get a warrant to clone the pagers the drug runners use. Det. Fremon is one step ahead of everyone having already found D'Angelo Barksdale's pager number.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Callie Thorne ... Elena McNulty

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr
Brandon Price ... Anton 'Stinkum' Artis
Tom Quinn ... Det. Patrick Mahon
Nat Benchley ... Det. Augustus Polk
Michael Kevin Darnall ... Brandon Wright

Caroline G. Pleasant ... Bodie's Grandmother
Antonio Cordova ... Michael McNulty
Lance Williams ... John Bailey

Gbenga Akinnagbe ... Officer in courtroom (uncredited)
Philip Byron ... Juvenile Delinquent (uncredited)
Thomas Fraser ... Hospital Patient (uncredited)

Kim Tuvin ... Judge Emily Johnson (uncredited)
Jeorge Watson ... Marvin Browning (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Pager

30 June 2002
Avon Barksdale is becoming paranoid and thinks he's being watched. He's also worried his phone is being tapped. He also thinks there's a snitch in D'Angelo's crew and he's told not to pay anyone until it's sorted. D'Angelo isn't too pleased when he hears Avon has given Stinkum a new territory. Judge Phelan visits the squad to sign the warrants to clone D'Angelo Barksdale's pager. The numbers they're collecting are coded and don't make much sense. Det. Prez Pryzbylewski figures it out however. McNulty and Greggs try to get information from Omar.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls (credit only)

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (credit only) (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace
Clayton LeBouef ... Wendell 'Orlando' Blocker

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman
Nat Benchley ... Det. Augustus Polk
Shamyl Brown ... Donette

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr
Wendy Grantham ... Shardene Innes
Michael Kevin Darnall ... Brandon Wright
Curtis Montez ... Sterling
Brandon Price ... Anton 'Stinkum' Artis
Lance Williams ... John Bailey

Aaron Michael Lacey ... Waiter (uncredited)
David J. Smolar ... Piano Player in Restaurant (uncredited)

Fredro Starr ... Marquis 'Bird' Hilton (uncredited)
Angel M. Wainwright ... Tywanda (uncredited)

Keith Waters ... Head Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Wire

7 July 2002
Avon takes care of Omar's man Brandon but Wallace, who saw Brandon in the arcade, isn't too comfortable when he sees what they've done to him. Avon gives D'Angelo and Wallace a bonus for their good work. The police meanwhile get authorization to place taps for the pay phones used by D'Angelo and his crew but can only listen in when one of their suspects is using it meaning they'll have to keep the phones under constant observation. McNulty is in a tight spot when Major Rawls gives him a week to report back to his old job. When he realizes the connections McNulty's made in the various shootings, he announces he's going to arrest the Barksdales for murder and threatens to mess up the drug investigation.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)
Nat Benchley ... Det. Augustus Polk

Richard DeAngelis ... Maj. Raymond Foerster (as Richard De Angelis)
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman
Michael Kevin Darnall ... Brandon Wright
Wendy Grantham ... Shardene Innes

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy

Caroline G. Pleasant ... Bodie's Grandmother
Antonio Cordova ... Michael McNulty
Edward T. Norris ... Det. Edward Norris (as Edward Norris)
Eric G. Ryan ... Sean McNulty (as Eric Ryan)

Brian Anthony Wilson ... Det. Vernon Holley

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr
Gil Deeble ... Hucklebuck

Erik Dellums ... Dr. Randall Frazier (as Erik Todd Dellums)
Brandon Price ... Anton 'Stinkum' Artis

Bobby J. Brown ... Off. Bobby Brown (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)

Tia Latrell ... Parole Officer (uncredited)
Vito Pietanza ... FBI Agent (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: One Arrest

21 July 2002
Burrell reluctantly sides with Daniels in the disagreement with Rawls, giving the detail more time to make a case against Avon, despite his fears the operation is beginning to sprawl. McNulty and Pearlman present the detail's findings to Phelan, who signs an affidavit for a further thirty days of electronic surveillance. Using information from the wiretap on the pit phones, the detail catch a runner on his way to the pit with a re-up. However, they elect not to arrest the driver, Anton "Stinkum" Artis, so as to avoid giving up their evidence in the charging documents. Stinkum's apparent free pass from the police convinces Avon and Stringer that their operation has been penetrated, and Stringer introduces a new set of operating procedures. Rawls gives Det. Michael Santangelo a choice; acquire information that he can use against McNulty or solve some of the department's open homicides, whilst the owner of Avon's strip club, Wendell "Orlando" Blocker, has a proposal for D'Angelo. Meanwhile, Bubbles and Johnny attend an NA meeting, and Bubbles is moved by a speech given by recovering addict Waylon. Investigating the murder of the witness in D'Angelo's trial, with some help from Omar, the detail target Barksdale hitman Marquis "Bird" Hilton for arrest.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (as Corey Parker-Robinson)

Steve Earle ... Walon

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr
Clayton LeBouef ... Wendell 'Orlando' Blocker
Brandon Price ... Anton 'Stinkum' Artis

Donnell Rawlings ... Damien 'Day-Day' Price
Jimmie Jelani Manners ... Kevin Johnston
Lizan Mitchell ... Shooting Witness

Robin Skye ... Madam LaRue

Fredro Starr ... Marquis 'Bird' Hilton
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)

Tony Fair ... Money Counter (uncredited)

Christopher H. Myers ... Courtroom Convict (uncredited)

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Lessons

28 July 2002
McNulty uses his children to tail Stringer after a chance encounter in a local market, with one of them getting his license plate. As the detail discuss the implications of the pit phones being disconnected, speculating the crew are going to start using phones outside their immediate area of operations, Herc and Carver prepare for the sergeant's exam. Stinkum, Wee-Bey and Savino raid Omar's pad, but he is nowhere to be found. Avon is unhappy when he learns of Orlando's proposal to D'Angelo. Meanwhile, Greggs and Carver arrest a driver picking up a large amount of cash from the towers, but are surprised to learn he is an aide to State Senator Clay Davis. Burrell is furious with this turn of events and confronts Daniels about the direction in which the case is heading, giving him one week to secure a charge on Avon and/or Stringer. Phelan, however, tells Burrell he wants the full thirty days of surveillance assigned by the court. As Wee-Bey and Stinkum attempt to take over new territory, they encounter an unanticipated problem.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls (credit only)

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins (credit only)

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (as Corey Parker-Robinson)

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels
Antonio Cordova ... Michael McNulty
Wendy Grantham ... Shardene Innes
Eric G. Ryan ... Sean McNulty (as Eric Ryan)

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr
Clayton LeBouef ... Wendell 'Orlando' Blocker
Brandon Price ... Anton 'Stinkum' Artis

Donnell Rawlings ... Damien 'Day-Day' Price
Jeffon Avin ... Market Manager (uncredited)

Jerome Ro Brooks ... Drug Dealer (uncredited)
Chris Clanton ... Savino Bratton (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)
Denise Hart ... Woman in Bar (uncredited)

Tony D. Head ... Maj. Bobby Reed (uncredited)
Micaiah Jones ... Wintell 'Little Man' Royce (uncredited)

Karen Kirschenbauer ... Hostess (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Game Day

4 August 2002
D'Angelo speaks to Wallace, who tells him he wants to go back to school and get out of the Game. However, Malik "Poot" Carr discovers Wallace has started using cocaine to help him deal with his guilt over Brandon. Freamon gets Sydnor and Prez started on the complex Barksdale money trail, including possible political connections, and they are surprised to find Avon's corporations have been buying up vacant buildings in run-down parts of the city. Greggs and Freamon approach D'Angelo's girlfriend, Shardene Ennis, who works at Orlando's, in the hopes they can turn her into a CI. After Bubbles narrowly avoids a beating whilst stealing a package that turns out to be stepped on, he decides to try to get clean. Avon and Eastside kingpin Proposition Joe Stewart stage an East vs. West basketball game, but when the detail follow Avon afterwards, they get something they never expected. Meanwhile, Omar puts into motion a plan to gain revenge for Brandon's death.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls (credit only)

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (credit only) (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland (credit only)

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Steve Earle ... Walon

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr
Wendy Grantham ... Shardene Innes (as Wendy Gratham)
Clayton LeBouef ... Wendell 'Orlando' Blocker
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo
Maurice Blanding ... Basketball player
Jefferson Breland ... Basketball coach

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart
Chris Clanton ... Savino Bratton
Perry Blackmon ... Perry (uncredited)
Stanley Boyd ... Man at Basketball Game (uncredited)

Jerome Ro Brooks ... Drug Dealer (uncredited)

Eisa Davis ... Bubbles' Sister (uncredited)
Micaiah Jones ... Wintell 'Little Man' Royce (uncredited)
Rico Whelchel ... Rico (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Cost

11 August 2002
Avon, Stringer and Wee-Bey discuss how best to deal with Omar after the attempted hit on Avon, deciding to let him think they want peace, whilst secretly planning to kill him. As such, Omar and Stringer meet for a parley, with security provided by Prop Joe. Meanwhile, Stringer insists on decreasing Avon's visibility in light of the detail's attempt to follow him after the basketball game. An irritable Phelan signs an affidavit for the new phone being used by the pit crew, and Pearlman tells McNulty that he is not up for automatic re-election, possibly because of the feathers he has ruffled due to his involvement with the Barksdale case. D'Angelo tries to understand why Shardene has left him, and after being clean for three days, Bubbles gets some advice from Waylon, before turning to Greggs for support. Meanwhile, McNulty attempts to flip Wallace, and the detail identifies Barksdale's main stash house. However, when Orlando's attempt to purchase weight gets him a lot more than he bargained for, Burrell sees an opportunity for a dangerous undercover operation.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls (credit only)

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Callie Thorne ... Elena McNulty

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk (credit only)

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Neko Parham ... State Police Undercover Troy Wiggins

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (as Corey Parker-Robinson)

Steve Earle ... Walon

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)
Wendy Grantham ... Shardene Innes
Clayton LeBouef ... Wendell 'Orlando' Blocker

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo
Chris Clanton ... Savino Bratton

Richard DeAngelis ... Maj. Raymond Foerster (as Richard de Angelis)

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman
Shamyl Brown ... Donette

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart
Edward T. Norris ... Det. Edward Norris (as Edward Norris)
Jeorge Watson ... Marvin Browning

Barry Bradford ... Stash house man
Micaiah Jones ... Wintell 'Little Man' Royce

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis (as Isiah Whitlock)
Christopher Glenn Wilson ... DEA Agent

Jerome Ro Brooks ... Drug Dealer (uncredited)

Bobby J. Brown ... Off. Bobby Brown (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)

Kosha Engler ... Kima's Friend (uncredited)
SiSi Kache ... Mother (uncredited)

Aaron Michael Lacey ... Maryland State Trooper (uncredited)

Manuel Poblete ... The Prosecutor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Hunt

18 August 2002
While Greggs' life hangs in the balance, the entire department attempts to hunt down Savino. When Wallace flips, willing to testify that Stringer, Wee-Bey and Bird killed Brandon, Daniels stashes him in his grandmother's house on the outskirts of the city, but he soon becomes restless. Stringer tells Wee-Bey he needs to get out of Baltimore until the Savino investigation cools off, whilst Avon considers his next move. When McNulty and Pearlman try to pressure Levy into giving up Savino, he proves smarter than they gave him credit for. Meanwhile, when the detail's hand is forced, and a series of city-wide raids are ordered so as to appease Burrell's desire for "dope on the table," McNulty goes to see Phelan for help, but is surprised at his reaction. Daniels decides not to raid the main Barksdale stash house, but when word of his plan gets back to Burrell, he realizes there is a snitch in the detail. Elsewhere, Bubbles finds it increasingly difficult to stay clean.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (as Corey Parker-Robinson)

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Richard DeAngelis ... Maj. Raymond Foerster (as Richard de Angelis)
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman
Chris Clanton ... Savino Bratton
Micaiah Jones ... Wintell 'Little Man' Royce
Curtis Montez ... Sterling

Tony D. Head ... Maj. Bobby Reed
Clayton LeBouef ... Wendell 'Orlando' Blocker
Edward T. Norris ... Det. Edward Norris (as Edward Norris)
Dick Stilwell ... Commissioner Warren Frazier
Katana Lazet Hall ... Savino's mother
Susan Rome ... Asst. State's Atty. Ilene Nathan

Brian Anthony Wilson ... Det. Vernon Holley
Christopher Glenn Wilson ... DEA Agent

James E. Ash ... Uniform Officer (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)
Derren Fuentes ... Lt. Torret (uncredited)
John Holt Hall ... DEA Agent In Charge (uncredited)

Julian Salazar ... Antonio (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Cleaning Up

1 September 2002
Kima slowly recovers in hospital. Stringer changes operations in the pit and the towers, rendering the wiretaps and clones useless, and prompting Burrell to begin dismantling the detail. Avon and Stringer meet Levy to discuss where their organization is vulnerable. Unbeknownst to the detail, Wallace returns to the pit to resume work. When Prez starts pulling political campaign finance reports, Pearlman is called to a meeting with a worried State's Attorney, and an angry Clay Davis confronts Daniels. Meanwhile, Stinger issues a difficult order to Bodie and Poot. With Shardene's help, the detail are able to install a camera in the strip club.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls (credit only)

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins (credit only)

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs (credit only)

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver (credit only)

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (as Corey Parker-Robinson)
Wendy Grantham ... Shardene Innes

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy
LaTonya Borsay ... Orlando's dancer (as Latonya Borsay)

Tony D. Head ... Maj. Bobby Reed
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis (as Isiah Whitlock)
Ingrid Cornell ... Nakeesha Lyles

Jarvis W. George ... 'Ronnie Mo' Watkins (as Jarvis George)

Doug Roberts ... State's Attorney Steven Demper
Giselle Watts ... Darcia Wallace

Aaron Lee Wright ... Fighting Kid
Derren Fuentes ... Lt. Torret (uncredited)

Joe Gerety ... State Trooper (uncredited)
Justin Hinnant ... Neighborhood Kid (uncredited)

Mikel Miller ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Marcis Turner ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Sentencing

8 September 2002
The detail has enough information to arrest Avon and many of his people, but, with Wallace dead, they are unable to bring a charge against Stringer, who is left on the street. However, disgusted that Avon and Stringer had Wallace killed, D'Angelo flips on the entire organization, giving the detail more information than they ever expected. As Daniels figures out who the snitch is in the unit, Herc is shocked when he is passed over for promotion in favour of Carver, who scored lower on the sergeant's exam. In Philadelphia, Wee-Bey is arrested and gladly admits to murder after murder. Finally figuring out why Avon has been buying vacant properties in the city, Daniels, McNulty, Freamon and Pearlman take their evidence of political involvement to the FBI. Meanwhile, D'Angelo's mother, Brianna, attempts to convince him to stand with the family.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Maj. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Dep. Comm. for Operations Ervin H. Burrell (as Frankie R. Faison)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Seth Gilliam ... Det. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr
Wendy Grantham ... Shardene Innes

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace (credit only)

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl
Michael Salconi ... Det. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Jarvis W. George ... 'Ronnie Mo' Watkins (as Jarvis George)

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale
Curtis Montez ... Sterling
Edward T. Norris ... Det. Edward Norris (as Edward Norris)

Benay Berger ... FBI Supervisor Amanda Reese

Doug Olear ... FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh
Susan Rome ... Asst. State's Atty. Ilene Nathan
Stephen F. Schmidt ... Brice's attorney
Perry Blackmon ... Perry (uncredited)

Pete Burris ... Federal judge (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)

Terrence Currier ... Roy Brown (uncredited)

Richard DeAngelis ... Maj. Raymond Foerster (uncredited)
Larry Derr ... Onion (uncredited)
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson (uncredited)

Mike Lavoie ... Rookie Cop (uncredited)

Toni Lewis ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
Kirk Penberthy ... FBI Spec. Agent Arnold D. Paulette (uncredited)
Eric Ryan ... Sean McNulty (uncredited)

William Shipman ... Philadelphia Detective (uncredited)
Dave Trovato ... Maj. Walter Cantrell (uncredited)
Gary Wheeler ... Attorney (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Ebb Tide

1 June 2003
Detective Jimmy McNulty finds the body of a woman floating in the water while carrying out his new assignment of Harbor Patrol. Major Valchek has his gift to a local parish trumped by Frank Sobotka, his rival in the local stevedores union. And on the waterfront, a shipping container destined for 'The Greek' bakes in the sun with perishable cargo.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon (credit only)

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver (credit only)

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Chris Ashworth ... Sergei 'Serge' Malatov

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson
Jeffrey Fugitt ... Claude Diggins

Bill Raymond ... The Greek

Teddy Cañez ... George 'Double G' Glekas (as Ted Feldman)

Tel Monks ... Father Jerome Lewandowski
The Nighthawks ... Themselves

Elisabeth Noone ... Joan Sobotka

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa
Harold J. Abell Sr. ... Moonshot (uncredited)

Jennifer Badger ... Slavic Drowning Victim (uncredited)
Perry Blackmon ... Perry (uncredited)
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty (uncredited)

Jeffrey Coleman ... Coast Guard Officer (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto (uncredited)
J. Valenteen Gregg ... Chess (uncredited)
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson (uncredited)
Bus Howard ... Vernon 'Ott' Motley (uncredited)

Kevin Jiggetts ... Frommers (uncredited)
Doug Lory ... Big Roy (uncredited)

Amber Nelson ... Yacht Waitress (uncredited)
Jeremy Nichols ... First Mate (uncredited)
Richard Pelzman ... Little Big Roy (uncredited)

David Peters ... Diener (uncredited)
Jonathan Pope ... Sergeant (uncredited)

Jill Redding ... Delores (uncredited)
Addison Switzer ... Country (uncredited)
Rico Whelchel ... Rico (uncredited)
Jonathan D. Wray ... Tank (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Collateral Damage

8 June 2003
Major Valchek gets back at Sobotka for the church gift fiasco, and a feud begins. Avon Barksdale continues to run his empire from a prison cell. On the waterfront, Port Police Officer Beatrice Russell gets stuck investigating the contraband in the The Greek's container. McNulty lends a hand with the investigation.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs (credit only)

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk (credit only)

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale

Bill Raymond ... The Greek

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson

Erik Dellums ... Dr. Randall Frazier (as Erik Todd Dellums)

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa

Chris Ashworth ... Sergei 'Serge' Malatov
Gerard Ender ... Sam
Jeffrey Fugitt ... Claude Diggins

Brook Yeaton ... Michael 'White Mike' McArdle
Nat Benchley ... Det. Augustus Polk (uncredited)

Antonio D. Charity ... CO Dwight Tilghman (uncredited)

Jeffrey Coleman ... Coast Guard Officer (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)
Paul D'Elia ... Harbor Patrol Cop (uncredited)

Kelvin Davis ... La La (uncredited)

Leslie Elliard ... Off. Kevin Reynolds (uncredited)

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto (uncredited)
Bill Heneghan ... MPA Officer (uncredited)
Bus Howard ... Vernon 'Ott' Motley (uncredited)

David Ian McKendry ... Inmate (uncredited)
Jeremy Nichols ... First Mate (uncredited)

Jill Redding ... Delores (uncredited)

Jennifer Rouse ... Prostitute (uncredited)

Schuster Vance ... Walt Stokes (uncredited)

E. Parker Webb ... Stevedore (uncredited)

Michael Willis ... Andy Krawczyk (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Hot Shots

15 June 2003
Lt Cedric Daniels lets it be known he is going to leave the department. McNulty pursues the identity of the Jane Doe found floating in the harbor. A pair of young longshoremen, Frank Sobotka's son Ziggy and nephew Nick, heist a container and sell its contents, digital cameras, to men working for The Greek.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls (credit only)

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs (credit only)

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver (credit only)

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk (credit only)

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Kristin Proctor ... Aimee

Callie Thorne ... Elena McNulty

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty
S. Robert Morgan ... Butchie

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman
Shamyl Brown ... Donette

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson

Michael Mack ... Special Agent Marcus Lemmel

Kevin Murray ... Special Agent Kleary

Ernest Waddell ... Dante
Kelli R. Brown ... Kimmy

Edwina Findley Dickerson ... Tosha Mitchell (as Edwina Findley)
Keith Flippen ... Bruce DiBiago
Jon Garcia ... Ringo

Tel Monks ... Father Jerome Lewandowski

James E. Ash ... Uniform Officer (uncredited)
Nat Benchley ... Det. Augustus Polk (uncredited)

Eric Buarque ... Long Shoreman (uncredited)

Antonio D. Charity ... CO Dwight Tilghman (uncredited)
Enrique Chicas ... Courthouse Police Officer (uncredited)
Antonio Cordova ... Michael McNulty (uncredited)

Erik Dellums ... Dr. Randall Frazier (uncredited)
R. Andrew Doan ... Extra (uncredited)

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto (uncredited)

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl (uncredited)
Jonathan Pope ... Sergeant (uncredited)

Jill Redding ... Delores (uncredited)
Eric G. Ryan ... Sean McNulty (uncredited)

Jonathan Watkins ... Tony, City Councilman (uncredited)

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Hard Cases

22 June 2003
McNulty goes on a self-assigned moral mission to identify his floater, but his old partner, Bunk, says they have more pressing matter at hand: finding Omar to testify against a Barksdale trigger man in one of last year's murders. To placate Valchek, Burrell asks Daniels to lead the detail investigating Sobotka, and Daniels agrees.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos (credit only)

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver (credit only)

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl

Callie Thorne ... Elena McNulty

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

Robert Hogan ... Louis Sobotka

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy

Kristin Proctor ... Aimee

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Lance Irwin ... Maui

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Antonio D. Charity ... CO Dwight Tilghman (as Antonio Charity)

Teddy Cañez ... George 'Double G' Glekas (as Ted Feldman)

Elisabeth Noone ... Joan Sobotka

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa

Jennifer Badger ... Slavic Drowning Victim (uncredited)
John Bobby ... Stevedore (uncredited)
Stanley Boyd ... Cherry (uncredited)
Kelli R. Brown ... Kimmy (uncredited)

Patrick Brown ... Jury Foreman (uncredited)

Leslie Elliard ... Off. Kevin Reynolds (uncredited)

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto (uncredited)
DeLon Howell ... Inmate #1 (uncredited)

George Kardulias ... Longshoreman (uncredited)

Joseph W. Lane ... Corrections Officer Supervisor (uncredited)
Vito Pietanza ... FBI Agent (uncredited)

Jill Redding ... Delores (uncredited)

Lizz Robbins ... Pedestrian (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Undertow

29 June 2003
Weak product in the pit has Bodie getting heat. Homicide detectives hand out grand jury summonses to stevedores involved in the homicide case, and Port Police Officer Beadie Russell works the lingering affections of an old boyfriend to find out how cargo disappears from the docks.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Callie Thorne ... Elena McNulty

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Kristin Proctor ... Aimee

Bill Raymond ... The Greek
Shamyl Brown ... Donette

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson

Lance Irwin ... Maui
Susan Rome ... Asst. State's Atty. Ilene Nathan

Chris Ashworth ... Sergei 'Serge' Malatov
Jeffrey Fugitt ... Claude Diggins

Method Man ... Melvin 'Cheese' Wagstaff

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa
Gary 'D. Reign' Senkus ... Frog
Michael Ahl ... Detective (uncredited)

Randall Boffman ... Bill Anderson - Port Admin. Port of Baltimore (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)
Gary D'Addario ... Grand Jury Prosecutor Gary DiPasquale (uncredited)

Kelvin Davis ... La La (uncredited)

Leslie Elliard ... Off. Kevin Reynolds (uncredited)

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto (uncredited)

Lev Gorn ... Eton Ben-Eleazer (uncredited)
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson (uncredited)

Mark Kochanowicz ... Yuppie Husband (uncredited)

Dovile Mark ... European Girl #2 (uncredited)

Kevin Murray ... Special Agent Kleary (uncredited)

Jill Redding ... Delores (uncredited)

Daniel Ross ... Drug Dealer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: All Prologue

6 July 2003
Trying to let go of police work and return to his marriage, McNulty gives up on identifying his Jane Doe. The detectives look into Sobotka and his money. For his union, Sobotka tries to play the political game. D'Angelo wants to live life outside of Barksdale's umbrella and Bell brings in outside help for the problem.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls (credit only)

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (as Larry Gilliard Jr.)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl

Callie Thorne ... Elena McNulty

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy
Susan Rome ... Asst. State's Atty. Ilene Nathan

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart
Wendy Grantham ... Shardene Innes

Lev Gorn ... Eton Ben-Eleazer (as Lev Gorens)

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa

Fredro Starr ... Marquis 'Bird' Hilton

Chris Ashworth ... Sergei 'Serge' Malatov

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson

Erik Dellums ... Dr. Randall Frazier (as Erik Todd Dellums)
Jeffrey Fugitt ... Claude Diggins

Richard Price ... Book Group Leader
Harold J. Abell Sr. ... Moonshot (uncredited)

Dakota Anderson ... Muggs (uncredited)

Jacques Derosena ... Leech (uncredited)

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan (uncredited)

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto (uncredited)
J. Valenteen Gregg ... Chess (uncredited)
Donovan Hagins ... Dancer (uncredited)
Bus Howard ... Vernon 'Ott' Motley (uncredited)
DeLon Howell ... Inmate #1 (uncredited)
Toni Hunter ... Stripper (uncredited)
Doug Lory ... Big Roy (uncredited)

Oleg Prudius ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Backwash

13 July 2003
Greggs and Prez tap into the circuit of Russian prostitutes. With two sets of evidence, the detail goes to Pearlman who tells them neither crime merits a wiretap, but a drug connection could give the case legs. Rawls can't persuade Daniels to take the murders, but new evidence does. Though discord grows in Barksdale's empire, Bell tries to hold it together.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos (credit only)

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Callie Thorne ... Elena McNulty

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Kristin Proctor ... Aimee

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels

Lance Irwin ... Maui

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman
Shamyl Brown ... Donette
Keith Flippen ... Bruce DiBiago (as Keith Flippan)
Gary 'D. Reign' Senkus ... Frog

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa
Stan Stewart ... Big Charles

Stephanie Bamberger ... Natasha

Chris Ashworth ... Sergei 'Serge' Malatov (uncredited)

Randall Boffman ... Bill Anderson - Port Admin. Port of Baltimore (uncredited)
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty (uncredited)

Kelvin Davis ... La La (uncredited)

Jacques Derosena ... Leech (uncredited)

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto (uncredited)
Donovan Hagins ... Dancer (uncredited)
Curtis McClarin ... Florist (uncredited)
Richard Pelzman ... Little Big Roy (uncredited)
Duncan Smith ... Shipping Agent (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Duck and Cover

27 July 2003
McNulty goes on a drunken binge of legendary proportions. Fellow stevedores convince Ziggy to fight Maui. Bunk, seeing McNulty's desperation, talks Daniels into asking for him. Daniels does so and Rawls, who has no choice, agrees. After some labor, the wiretap is up, just in time to catch another disappearing container.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell (credit only)

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale (credit only)

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Robert Hogan ... Louis Sobotka

Bill Raymond ... The Greek

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Chris Ashworth ... Sergei 'Serge' Malatov

Teddy Cañez ... George 'Double G' Glekas (as Ted Feldman)
Jeffrey Fugitt ... Claude Diggins

Lance Irwin ... Maui

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa

Kelvin Davis ... La La
Bus Howard ... Vernon 'Ott' Motley
Richard Pelzman ... Little Big Roy

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto
J. Valenteen Gregg ... Chess

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr (uncredited)

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson (uncredited)
Billy Finnigan ... Bernard (uncredited)
Daniel Garrett ... Gus the Bartender (uncredited)
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson (uncredited)
Bill Heneghan ... MPA Officer (uncredited)

Kevin Jiggetts ... Frommers (uncredited)

Jill Redding ... Delores (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Stray Rounds

3 August 2003
Bodie's disastrous sales efforts result in a tongue lashing from Stringer Bell. Ziggy pulls Johnny Fifty into a new caper that makes the Greeks pay big money. McNulty goes undercover in a brothel. As Valchek fumes over the change of targets and Burrell pulls the rug from beneath him, Daniels and Pearlman maintain their composure.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale (credit only)

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Tom Mardirosian ... Agent Kristos Koutris

Michael Potts ... Brother Mouzone

Bill Raymond ... The Greek

Lev Gorn ... Eton Ben-Eleazer (as Lev Gorens)

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson

Kelvin Davis ... La La

Chris Ashworth ... Sergei 'Serge' Malatov

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek

Doug Olear ... FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Teddy Cañez ... George 'Double G' Glekas (as Ted Feldman)
Bus Howard ... Vernon 'Ott' Motley
Edward T. Norris ... Det. Edward Norris (as Edward Norris)
Gloria Phillips ... Bereaved Mother

David Barroso ... Swat Team Mike Serano (uncredited)

Randall Boffman ... Bill Anderson - Port Admin. Port of Baltimore (uncredited)
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty (uncredited)

Elizabeth J. Carlisle ... Prostitute (uncredited)
Robert F. Colesberry ... Det. Ray Cole (uncredited)
Gil Deeble ... Hucklebuck (uncredited)
Derren Fuentes ... Lt. Torret (uncredited)

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto (uncredited)
Jonas Grey ... Drug Buyer (uncredited)
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson (uncredited)
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello (uncredited)
Gordana Rashovich ... Ilona Petrovich (uncredited)

Jill Redding ... Delores (uncredited)

Brook Yeaton ... Michael 'White Mike' McArdle (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Storm Warnings

10 August 2003
The detail uses satellite technology to its advantage. Bodie is unhappy that Proposition Joe's people are selling on his turf. Valchek visits the FBI in an attempt to get real results on the docks. Ziggy's deal with Double-G goes bad in a big way. Greggs considers motherhood and Prez makes a major blunder.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls (credit only)

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale (credit only)

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Method Man ... Melvin 'Cheese' Wagstaff

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl

Michael Potts ... Brother Mouzone

Bill Raymond ... The Greek

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart

Kristin Proctor ... Aimee

Merritt Wever ... Prissy

Benay Berger ... FBI Supervisor Amanda Reese

Toni Lewis ... F.B.I. Agent

Tom Mardirosian ... Agent Kristos Koutris

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Teddy Cañez ... George 'Double G' Glekas (as Ted Feldman)
Jeffrey Fugitt ... Claude Diggins

Lev Gorn ... Eton Ben-Eleazer (as Lev Gorens)

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Chris Ashworth ... Sergei 'Serge' Malatov

Kevin McKelvey ... F.B.I. Agent (as Kevin McKelvy)
S. Robert Morgan ... Butchie

Doug Olear ... FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh

William L. Thomas ... FBI Special Agent Mason
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty (uncredited)

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson (uncredited)

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto (uncredited)

Tommy Hahn ... FBI Special Agent Salmond (uncredited)
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson (uncredited)
Bus Howard ... Vernon 'Ott' Motley (uncredited)

Wes Johnson ... Security Supervisor (uncredited)
DeAndre McCullough ... Lamar (uncredited)

Oleg Prudius ... Henchman (uncredited)

Donald Rey ... Copy Shop Employee (uncredited)
Leo Rogstad ... Russian Mope (uncredited)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Bad Dreams

17 August 2003
The detail makes a desperate move. Nick's deceit is in the open, as Sobotka is overwhelmed by bad news. The Greeks confidently ease out of a brief encounter with the detail and Omar's suspicions are validated. The detail hopes to find Vonda's boss. Nick hopes to repair relations with the Greeks and Sobotka is forced to make a difficult choice.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls (credit only)

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale (credit only)

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski (credit only)

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Michael Potts ... Brother Mouzone

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Chris Ashworth ... Sergei 'Serge' Malatov

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek

Bill Raymond ... The Greek

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson

Robert Hogan ... Louis Sobotka
Bus Howard ... Vernon 'Ott' Motley
Doug Lory ... Big Roy
Richard Pelzman ... Little Big Roy

Benay Berger ... FBI Supervisor Amanda Reese

Toni Lewis ... F.B.I. Agent

Kevin McKelvey ... F.B.I. Agent (as Kevin McKelvy)

Doug Olear ... FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh

William L. Thomas ... F.B.I. Agent
Kelli R. Brown ... Kimmy

Edwina Findley Dickerson ... Tosha Mitchell (as Edwina Findley)

Tom Mardirosian ... Agent Kristos Koutris
Gordana Rashovich ... Ilona Petrovich

Brook Yeaton ... Michael 'White Mike' McArdle
Keith Flippen ... Bruce DiBiago
Aphrodite Georgelakos ... Unknown
Clifton Gross ... Stevedore
Steve Lukiewski ... Phil the Dispatcher
Jackie Sawiris ... Unknown
Paul G. Sepczynski ... Stevedore

James E. Ash ... SWAT Team Officer (uncredited)

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto (uncredited)

Lev Gorn ... Eton Ben-Eleazer (uncredited)

Tommy Hahn ... FBI Special Agent Salmond (uncredited)
DeAndre McCullough ... Lamar (uncredited)

Elisabeth Noone ... Joan Sobotka (uncredited)

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa (uncredited)

David Simon ... Reporter (uncredited)

Eric Trosman ... Dmitri (uncredited)

Merritt Wever ... Prissy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Port in a Storm

24 August 2003
The detail has a setback. Russell and Bunk revisit Philly, looking for evidence. Brother Mouzone talks with Stringer Bell regarding their agreement, leaving Bell to contend with Avon Barksdale. McNulty and Greggs return to the Westside, where they discover new connections. Herc and Carver feel disrespected by fellow officers. Nick tries to come to terms with the Greeks, and himself.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka

Paul Ben-Victor ... Spiros 'Vondas' Vondopoulos

John Doman ... Col. William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski (credit only)

James Ransone ... Chester 'Ziggy' Sobotka

Pablo Schreiber ... Nick Sobotka

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl

Michael Potts ... Brother Mouzone

Bill Raymond ... The Greek

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart

Kristin Proctor ... Aimee

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Robert Hogan ... Louis Sobotka
Michael Salconi ... Off. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Charley Scalies ... Thomas 'Horseface' Pakusa

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Chris Ashworth ... Sergei 'Serge' Malatov
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks
Jeffrey Fugitt ... Claude Diggins
S. Robert Morgan ... Butchie

Luray Cooper ... Nathaniel 'Nat' Coxson

Kelvin Davis ... La La
Bus Howard ... Vernon 'Ott' Motley

Lance Irwin ... Maui

Jeffrey Pratt Gordon ... John 'Johnny Fifty' Spamanto

Benay Berger ... FBI Supervisor Amanda Reese

Tommy Hahn ... FBI Special Agent Salmond

Kevin McKelvey ... F.B.I. Agent (as Kevin McKelvy)

Doug Olear ... FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh

William L. Thomas ... F.B.I. Agent

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis
Paul D'Elia ... Harbor Patrol Cop (uncredited)
Jon Garcia ... Ringo (uncredited)

Lev Gorn ... Eton Ben-Eleazer (uncredited)
J. Valenteen Gregg ... Chess (uncredited)
Christopher Haley ... Tech #2 (uncredited)
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson (uncredited)
Doug Lory ... Big Roy (uncredited)

Paul Majors ... Off. MacGaul (uncredited)
DeAndre McCullough ... Lamar (uncredited)
Richard Pelzman ... Little Big Roy (uncredited)

Oleg Prudius ... Henchman (uncredited)
Gary 'D. Reign' Senkus ... Frog (uncredited)

Eric Trosman ... Dmitri (uncredited)

Schuster Vance ... Walt Stokes (uncredited)

Michael Willis ... Andy Krawczyk (uncredited)

Brian Anthony Wilson ... Det. Vernon Holley (uncredited)

Brook Yeaton ... Michael 'White Mike' McArdle (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Time After Time

19 September 2004
After the notorious Franklin Terrace public housing towers are razed, the Barksdale drug crew searches for a new home on the streets of West Baltimore. McNulty and the detail look to make a case against Stringer Bell with a wiretap on a drug ring run by his ally, Proposition Joe. Daniels' promotion is derailed by City Hall due to his estranged wife's political ambitions.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (credit only) (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Glynn Turman ... Mayor Clarence V. Royce

Callie Thorne ... Elena McNulty

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Jamie Hector ... Marlo Stanfield

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Hassan Johnson ... Roland 'Wee-Bey' Brice

Method Man ... Melvin 'Cheese' Wagstaff

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels
Joilet Harris ... Off. Caroline Massey (as Joilet F. Harris)

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello
Edward T. Norris ... Det. Edward Norris (as Ed Norris)
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Brandon Fobbs ... Fruit

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson
DeJuan Anderson ... Little Bunk
Antonio Cordova ... Michael McNulty (as Tony Cordova)
Eric G. Ryan ... Sean McNulty (as Eric Ryan)

Tony D. Head ... Maj. Bobby Reed

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio

Christopher Mann ... Councilman Anthony 'Tony' Gray

Frederick Strother ... State Delegate Odell Watkins
Cleo Reginald Pizana ... Chief of Staff Coleman Parker

Andrew Aninsman ... Aggravated Sergeant (uncredited)
Justin Burley ... Justin (uncredited)
Vicki Jean Clark ... Reporter (uncredited)

Lee E. Cox ... Off. Aaron Castor (uncredited)

Richard DeAngelis ... Col. Raymond Foerster (uncredited)

Nakia Dillard ... Off. Lambert (uncredited)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (archive footage) (uncredited)

Mustafa Harris ... Lavell Mann (uncredited)
Derek Horton ... Off. Brian Baker (uncredited)

Tamara Johnson ... Lieut. Cindy Lowry (uncredited)

Michael B. Jordan ... Wallace (archive footage) (uncredited)
Barnett Milton Lloyd ... Maj. Marvin Taylor (uncredited)
Robert Neal Marshall ... Comstat Police Major (uncredited)

Keith Moyer ... Junk Man (uncredited)

Rick Otto ... Off. Kenneth Dozerman (uncredited)
Melvin T. Russell ... Jamal (uncredited)

Ryan Sands ... Off. Lloyd 'Truck' Garrick (uncredited)
Rico Sterling ... Tyrell (uncredited)
Thomas W. Stewart ... Reporter (uncredited)
Addison Switzer ... Country (uncredited)
Esley Tate ... Boo (uncredited)

David Von Roehm ... Detective at Base (uncredited)
Rico Whelchel ... Rico (uncredited)
Jonathan D. Wray ... Tank (uncredited)
Stephen Zaleski ... Coroner (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: All Due Respect

27 September 2004
Omar continues his bold strikes on the heavily guarded Barksdale stash houses. McNulty launches his own investigation into last year's prison suicide of D'Angelo Barksdale. On the streets the bloodbath continues, prompting Burrell and Rawls to jack up the heat on their district commanders. The street violence also presents Daniels with a tough decision. A beleaguered Cutty tries to get his life back on track.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins (credit only)

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (credit only)

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Jamie Hector ... Marlo Stanfield

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek

Method Man ... Melvin 'Cheese' Wagstaff

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl (as Melanie Nichols-King)
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles
Kelli R. Brown ... Kimmy

Edwina Findley Dickerson ... Tosha Mitchell (as Edwina Findley)

Ernest Waddell ... Dante

Brandon Fobbs ... Fruit
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson
Addison Switzer ... Country
Shamyl Brown ... Donette

Erik Dellums ... Dr. Randall Frazier (as Erik Todd Dellums)
Joilet Harris ... Off. Caroline Massey (as Joilet F. Harris)
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello

Richard DeAngelis ... Col. Raymond Foerster
Edward T. Norris ... Det. Edward Norris (as Ed Norris)

Rick Otto ... Off. Kenneth Dozerman
Melvin Williams ... Deacon

James E. Ash ... Burman (uncredited)
Lloyd Booker ... mayoral aide (uncredited)

Krystal Browning ... Lesbian in Bar (uncredited)
Justin Burley ... Justin (uncredited)

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio (uncredited)

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart (uncredited)
Vicki Jean Clark ... Bar Attendant (uncredited)

Lee E. Cox ... Off. Aaron Castor (uncredited)
Norris Davis ... Vinson (uncredited)

Nakia Dillard ... Off. Lambert (uncredited)
Lorilyn Huckstep ... Wealthy Homeowner (uncredited)

Tamara Johnson ... Lieut. Cindy Lowry (uncredited)
Eugene R. Little ... Cutty's Boss (uncredited)
Robert Neal Marshall ... Comstat Police Major (uncredited)
Rashad Orange ... Sherrod (uncredited)
Carolyn Rawleigh ... Bystander (uncredited)

Donald Rey ... Copy Shop Employee (uncredited)

Lizz Robbins ... Pretty Lesbian (uncredited)

Daniel Ross ... Movie Patron (uncredited)
Melvin T. Russell ... Jamal (uncredited)

Jameel Saleem ... Parolee (uncredited)

Ryan Sands ... Off. Lloyd 'Truck' Garrick (uncredited)
Chris Slone ... Off. Berman (uncredited)
Thomas W. Stewart ... Bartender (uncredited)
Esley Tate ... Boo (uncredited)

Jerry Walsh ... Mr. Lake (uncredited)

Brian Anthony Wilson ... Det. Vernon Holley (uncredited)
Jonathan D. Wray ... Tank (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Dead Soldiers

3 October 2004
The brutality at police headquarters continues over the perceived failure of department commanders to rein in the city's crime stats. Another hit by Omar on the Barksdale stash houses goes horribly wrong. Proposition Joe summons Stringer Bell to a meeting and tells him that the cops have screwed up. Daniels reassigns his detail after the wire on Stringer Bell goes dead.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale (credit only)

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Glynn Turman ... Mayor Clarence V. Royce

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Jamie Hector ... Marlo Stanfield

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello
Kelli R. Brown ... Kimmy

Edwina Findley Dickerson ... Tosha Mitchell (as Edwina Findley)

Ernest Waddell ... Dante
Shamyl Brown ... Donette

Richard DeAngelis ... Col. Raymond Foerster
Dravon James ... Grace Sampson

Brian Anthony Wilson ... Det. Vernon Holley

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio
Joilet Harris ... Off. Caroline Massey (as Joilet F. Harris)
Barnett Milton Lloyd ... Maj. Marvin Taylor (as Barnett Lloyd)
Edward T. Norris ... Det. Edward Norris (as Ed Norris)
Megan Anderson ... Jen Carcetti

R. Emery Bright ... Community Relations Sgt.

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles
Jonathan D. Wray ... Tank
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson

Christopher Mann ... Councilman Anthony 'Tony' Gray
Cleo Reginald Pizana ... Chief of Staff Coleman Parker

Frederick Strother ... State Delegate Odell Watkins
Robert Albrecht ... Rookie Cop (uncredited)

Stephen Alexander ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

James E. Ash ... Uniform Officer (uncredited)
Mayo Best ... Gerard (uncredited)
Perry Blackmon ... Perry (uncredited)
Justin Burley ... Justin (uncredited)
Enrique Chicas ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Vicki Jean Clark ... Woman in Park (uncredited)
Joseph DeBona ... State Trooper #2 (uncredited)

Thuliso Dingwall ... Kenard (uncredited)

Brandon Fobbs ... Fruit (uncredited)

Tony D. Head ... Maj. Bobby Reed (uncredited)

Tamara Johnson ... Lieut. Cindy Lowry (uncredited)
Robert Neal Marshall ... Comstat Police Major (uncredited)
Chris McMullin ... Disgruntled Roll Call Sgt. (uncredited)
Josh Adam Meyers ... Dope Fiend (uncredited)

Doug Roberts ... State's Attorney Steven Demper (uncredited)

Adam Michael Rose ... Funeral Attendant (uncredited)
Melvin T. Russell ... Jamal (uncredited)
Michael Salconi ... Off. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo (uncredited)
Todd Scofield ... Jeff Price (uncredited)

Lawrence Cameron Steele ... Police Lieutenant (uncredited)
Thomas W. Stewart ... Man In Park (uncredited)

Brandan T. Tate ... Sapper (uncredited)
Esley Tate ... Boo (uncredited)
Rico Whelchel ... Rico (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Hamsterdam

10 October 2004
Greggs and McNulty recruit Bubbles to gather street intelligence on the Barksdale gang. Cutty seeks out the Barksdale gang after he loses his taste for the straight life. Bunk feels the pressure to find Dozerman's gun. Daniels worries that Avon Barksdale, having cut a prison deal, will be paroled. Stringer Bell tries to make amends with Donette.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls (credit only)

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell (credit only)

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (credit only) (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (credit only)

Callie Thorne ... Elena McNulty

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Brandon Fobbs ... Fruit

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles
Mayo Best ... Gerard

R. Emery Bright ... Community Relations Sgt.

Clarence Clemons ... Roman (as Clarence Clemens)

Brandan T. Tate ... Sapper

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels
Shamyl Brown ... Donette

Brandy Burre ... Theresa D'Agostino
Vera Holley ... The Principal

Muna Otaru ... Student in Registrar's Office
Antonio Cordova ... Michael McNulty (as Tony Cordova)

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy
Eugene R. Little ... Cutty's Boss (as Eugene Little)

Michael Willis ... Andy Krawczyk

Brian Anthony Wilson ... Det. Vernon Holley

James E. Ash ... Uniform Officer (uncredited)
Justin Burley ... Justin (uncredited)
Vicki Jean Clark ... Wife (uncredited)
Sal Darigo ... Harry (uncredited)
Kahil Dotay ... Undercover Detective (uncredited)
Edward Green ... Spider (uncredited)
Joilet Harris ... Off. Caroline Massey (uncredited)
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson (uncredited)
Marc Krinsky ... Angelo Martin (uncredited)

Kay Lawal ... Meeting Woman (uncredited)

Christopher Mann ... Councilman Anthony 'Tony' Gray (uncredited)
Josh Adam Meyers ... Dope Fiend (uncredited)

Ty Robinson ... Street Dealer (uncredited)

Scott Ross ... College Student #1 (uncredited)

Justin Ruff ... Marlos crew (uncredited)
Melvin T. Russell ... Jamal (uncredited)

Ryan Sands ... Off. Lloyd 'Truck' Garrick (uncredited)

Kenny Shapiro ... Prison Guard (uncredited)
Rico Sterling ... Tyrell (uncredited)
Thomas W. Stewart ... Husband (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: Straight and True

17 October 2004
Johnny pressures Bubbles to stop snitching for the detail. Cutty lies to his grandmother about going straight. McNulty realizes pursuing Barksdale and Bell is a losing cause, so he turns his attention to nailing Kintel Williamson. Colvin's free drug dealing zone, now known in the streets as Hamsterdam, scores a small victory. Avon Barksdale emerges from prison to a warm welcome from Stringer Bell.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (credit only)

Callie Thorne ... Elena McNulty

Glynn Turman ... Mayor Clarence V. Royce

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Jamie Hector ... Marlo Stanfield

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman
Kelli R. Brown ... Kimmy

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello

Ernest Waddell ... Dante
Mayo Best ... Gerard
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles
Addison Switzer ... Country

Brandan T. Tate ... Sapper

Brandy Burre ... Theresa D'Agostino

Richard DeAngelis ... Col. Raymond Foerster

Christopher Mann ... Councilman Anthony 'Tony' Gray
Cleo Reginald Pizana ... Chief of Staff Coleman Parker
Michael Salconi ... Off. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo
Antonio Cordova ... Michael McNulty (as Tony Cordova)

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy
Melvin Williams ... Deacon

Michael Willis ... Andy Krawczyk
Eric G. Ryan ... Sean McNulty (as Eric Ryan)

Gbenga Akinnagbe ... Chris Partlow (uncredited)
Mike D. Anderson ... Ghost (uncredited)

Ken Arnold ... Car Theft Reporting Lt. (uncredited)

R. Emery Bright ... Community Relations Sgt. (uncredited)
Enrique Chicas ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Vicki Jean Clark ... Business Woman (uncredited)
Christopher Haley ... Math Teacher (uncredited)

Eli Harris ... Lieutenant (uncredited)

Tamara Johnson ... Lieut. Cindy Lowry (uncredited)
Robert Neal Marshall ... Comstat Police Major (uncredited)

Felicia Pearson ... Felicia 'Snoop' Pearson (uncredited)
Vito Pietanza ... FBI Agent (uncredited)

Lawrence Cameron Steele ... Police Lieutenant (uncredited)
Thomas W. Stewart ... Businessman (uncredited)

Troj Strickland ... Ricardo 'Fat Face Rick' Hendrix (uncredited)
Chester West ... Shift Lt. Dent (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Homecoming

31 October 2004
Major Colvin instructs his men to use brute force to get the message out to street dealers about his free zone. Avon Barksdale and Stringer Bell discover that real estate development has its own pitfalls. McNulty and Greggs ask Daniels to let them renew the Bell and Barksdale investigation. On Barksdale's orders, Cutty plans to take back corners from Marlo's crew.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon (credit only)

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski (credit only)

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (credit only)

Glynn Turman ... Mayor Clarence V. Royce

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Jamie Hector ... Marlo Stanfield

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Brandy Burre ... Theresa D'Agostino

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello
Megan Anderson ... Jen Carcetti
Shamyl Brown ... Donette
Verna Day ... Resident (as Verna Lee Day)

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles
Kelli R. Brown ... Kimmy

Richard DeAngelis ... Col. Raymond Foerster

Nina Hodoruk ... State's Atty. Kendall Remnick
Michael Salconi ... Off. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Ernest Waddell ... Dante
Mayo Best ... Gerard
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty
Norris Davis ... Vinson

Brandon Fobbs ... Fruit
Addison Switzer ... Country

Gbenga Akinnagbe ... Chris Partlow

Christopher Mann ... Councilman Anthony 'Tony' Gray
Cleo Reginald Pizana ... Chief of Staff Coleman Parker

Frederick Strother ... State Delegate Odell Watkins

Michael Willis ... Andy Krawczyk
Demetria Bailey ... Tonia's Sister (uncredited)

R. Emery Bright ... Community Relations Sgt. (uncredited)
Vicki Jean Clark ... Parent (uncredited)

Brian Edwards ... Undercover Police Officer (uncredited)
Edward Green ... Spider (uncredited)
Rae Haskins ... Drug Dealer (uncredited)

Walter Wiz Nichols ... Street Guy (uncredited)

Felicia Pearson ... Felicia 'Snoop' Pearson (uncredited)
Vito Pietanza ... FBI Agent (uncredited)

Ryan Sands ... Off. Lloyd 'Truck' Garrick (uncredited)
Thomas W. Stewart ... Parent (uncredited)
Esley Tate ... Boo (uncredited)
Shaun Woodland ... Dealer #2 (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Back Burners

7 November 2004
Daniels goes ballistic when the detail gets reassigned to the Western District. Stringer Bell learns from Donette that Brianna is thinking about talking to McNulty. Bunk receives a gift wrapped surprise. A single cell phone allows Freamon to begin mapping out a communications network for the Barksdale organization. Marlo dispatches a drive-by on a Barksdale drug corner.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Glynn Turman ... Mayor Clarence V. Royce

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Jamie Hector ... Marlo Stanfield

Brandy Burre ... Theresa D'Agostino

Melanie Nicholls-King ... Cheryl

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks
S. Robert Morgan ... Butchie
Melvin Williams ... Deacon
Megan Anderson ... Jen Carcetti
Shamyl Brown ... Donette
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio
Mia Arnice Chambers ... Squeak

Melvin Jackson Jr. ... Bernard

Ryan Sands ... Off. Lloyd 'Truck' Garrick
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy

Felicia Pearson ... Felicia 'Snoop' Pearson
Rico Whelchel ... Rico

Gbenga Akinnagbe ... Chris Partlow

R. Emery Bright ... Community Relations Sgt.
Eugene R. Little ... Cutty's Boss (as Eugene Little)
Cleo Reginald Pizana ... Chief of Staff Coleman Parker
Vicki Jean Clark ... Woman in Street (uncredited)

Richard DeAngelis ... Col. Raymond Foerster (uncredited)

Robert X. Golphin ... Crackhead (uncredited)
Joilet Harris ... Off. Caroline Massey (uncredited)

Tamara Johnson ... Lieut. Cindy Lowry (uncredited)

James Lewis ... Politician (uncredited)

Rick Otto ... Off. Kenneth Dozerman (uncredited)
Thomas W. Stewart ... Man In Street (uncredited)
Gregory L. Williams ... Det. Michael Crutchfield (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Moral Midgetry

14 November 2004
Prez impresses the detail with what he's found out from Bodie's cell phone, information that sends McNulty and Greggs on a road trip. Colvin sees the benefits of his plan working. Carcetti confronts a hurdle he must clear if he wants to run for higher office, while Marlo appears to take the bait set by the Barksdale crew.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman (credit only)

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland (credit only)

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins (credit only)

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (credit only) (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor (credit only)

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Jamie Hector ... Marlo Stanfield

Brandy Burre ... Theresa D'Agostino

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale
Melvin Williams ... Deacon
Megan Anderson ... Jen Carcetti

Clarence Clemons ... Roman (as Clarence Clemens)

Doug Olear ... FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh

Gbenga Akinnagbe ... Chris Partlow

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio

Ryan Sands ... Off. Lloyd 'Truck' Garrick

Michael Willis ... Andy Krawczyk
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles
Jonathan Orcutt ... Sheriff Robert Spore
William Zielinski ... Gene
Mayo Best ... Gerard
Kelli R. Brown ... Kimmy

Christopher Mann ... Councilman Anthony 'Tony' Gray

Brandan T. Tate ... Sapper

Ernest Waddell ... Dante
Perry Blackmon ... Perry
Fran Boyd ... Needle Exchange Worker
Tiara Harris ... Devonne (as Tiana Harris)

Genevieve Hudson-Price ... Dee Dee

Felicia Pearson ... Felicia 'Snoop' Pearson
Ian Bonds ... Drug Buyer in Car (uncredited)

R. Emery Bright ... Community Relations Sgt. (uncredited)
MaConnia Chesser ... Trina (uncredited)

Lee E. Cox ... Off. Aaron Castor (uncredited)
Anthony Fedd ... Tucky (uncredited)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (archive footage) (uncredited)
Edward Green ... Spider (uncredited)

Tamara Johnson ... Lieut. Cindy Lowry (uncredited)
Nehal Joshi ... Baba Jani (uncredited)
Karl Otter ... District Commander (uncredited)
Jay Sefton ... Political Analyst (uncredited)
Rico Whelchel ... Rico (uncredited)

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman (voice) (uncredited)
Gregory L. Williams ... Det. Michael Crutchfield (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Slapstick

21 November 2004
Responding to an officer's call for help, McNulty and Prez turn up the wrong alley with unanticipated results. Cutty is surprised to find help from within Baltimore's power structure for his proposed boxing gym. Omar decides to go it alone against Avon Barksdale and Stringer Bell. Bubbles is wired up and sent into Amsterdam

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell (credit only)

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland (credit only)

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... State Sen. R. Clayton 'Clay' Davis

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels

Brandy Burre ... Theresa D'Agostino

Delaney Williams ... Sgt. Jay Landsman

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart

Doug Olear ... FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh
Melvin Williams ... Deacon

Christopher Mann ... Councilman Anthony 'Tony' Gray

Ryan Sands ... Off. Lloyd 'Truck' Garrick

Brandan T. Tate ... Sapper

Brian Anthony Wilson ... Det. Vernon Holley
Mayo Best ... Gerard
Kim Bogues ... Woman
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles
Kelli R. Brown ... Kimmy
Mia Arnice Chambers ... Squeak

Melvin Jackson Jr. ... Bernard

Felix Stevenson ... Rev. Frank Reid

Ernest Waddell ... Dante

Al Brown ... Maj. Stanislaus Valchek
Norris Davis ... Vinson

Richard DeAngelis ... Col. Raymond Foerster

Frederick Strother ... State Delegate Odell Watkins
Gregory L. Williams ... Det. Michael Crutchfield

Benay Berger ... FBI Supervisor Amanda Reese
Antonio Cordova ... Michael McNulty (as Tony Cordova)
Eric G. Ryan ... Sean McNulty (as Eric Ryan)
Michael Salconi ... Off. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo

Troj Strickland ... Ricardo 'Fat Face Rick' Hendrix (as Troj. Marquis Strickland)
Mike D. Anderson ... Ghost (uncredited)

James E. Ash ... Uniform Officer (uncredited)

Akim Black ... Off. Tope (uncredited)

Sho Brown ... Phil Boy (uncredited)

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio (uncredited)
Kimberly S. Fairbanks ... Patrolwoman (uncredited)

Keith Johnson ... Desk Sergeant (uncredited)

Jim Klock ... Off. Gillan (uncredited)

Marcus LaRon ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Tommy Lee Taylor Jr. ... Lester Sanders (uncredited)
Shaun Woodland ... Dealer #2 (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Reformation

28 November 2004
Brother Mouzone returns to Baltimore on a mission of revenge and casts a wide net in his search for Omar. Colvin manages to put off a Sun reporter inquiring about Amsterdam. Pearlman and Daniels plead their case for a new kind of wiretap. Stringer Bell falls out of the loop with Avon Barksdale, while Marlo raises the stakes against the Barksdale gang.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland (credit only)

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski (credit only)

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (voice) (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Glynn Turman ... Mayor Clarence V. Royce

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Jamie Hector ... Marlo Stanfield

Brandy Burre ... Theresa D'Agostino

Michael Potts ... Brother Mouzone
Melvin Williams ... Deacon

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles
DeAndre McCullough ... Lamar (as De'Andre McCullough)
S. Robert Morgan ... Butchie

Gbenga Akinnagbe ... Chris Partlow
Megan Anderson ... Jen Carcetti

R. Emery Bright ... Community Relations Sgt.
Norris Davis ... Vinson
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello

Sho Brown ... Phil Boy (as Sho 'Swordsman' Brown)

Tony D. Head ... Maj. Bobby Reed

Marty Lodge ... Banisky

Felicia Pearson ... Felicia 'Snoop' Pearson
Cleo Reginald Pizana ... Chief of Staff Coleman Parker
Mia Arnice Chambers ... Squeak
Tiara Harris ... Devonne (as Tianna Harris)

Melvin Jackson Jr. ... Bernard

Troj Strickland ... Ricardo 'Fat Face Rick' Hendrix (as Troj. Marquis Strickland)

Brian Anthony Wilson ... Det. Vernon Holley
Justin Burley ... Justin (uncredited)
Bruce Allen Dawson ... Bar Patron (uncredited)

Nakia Dillard ... Off. Lambert (uncredited)
Kahil Dotay ... Undercover Street Cop (uncredited)

Brandon Fobbs ... Fruit (uncredited)
Edward Green ... Spider (uncredited)
Joilet Harris ... Off. Caroline Massey (uncredited)
Marc Krinsky ... Angelo Martin (uncredited)

Raw Leiba ... Stringer's Bodyguard (uncredited)
Karl Otter ... District Commander (uncredited)
Vito Pietanza ... FBI Agent (uncredited)
Melvin T. Russell ... Jamal (uncredited)

Ryan Sands ... Off. Lloyd 'Truck' Garrick (uncredited)
Rico Sterling ... Tyrell (uncredited)

Ernest Waddell ... Dante (uncredited)
John Wooten ... Off. Terry Garner (uncredited)
Lee Zagari ... Juan (uncredited)
Stephen Zaleski ... Coroner (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: Middle Ground

12 December 2004
The wire begins to yield information about the Barksdale organization. Stringer and Avon reminisce on how far they have come. McNulty finds the way to a key piece of the puzzle in an unlikely place. Awaiting his fate, Colvin works behind the scenes to shape the outcome of Amsterdam, while protecting his men from possible repercussions. Bubbles considers a new partner.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland (credit only)

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski (credit only)

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver (credit only)

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk (credit only)

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Glynn Turman ... Mayor Clarence V. Royce

Peter Gerety ... Judge Daniel Phelan

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles

Brandy Burre ... Theresa D'Agostino

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

Michael Potts ... Brother Mouzone
Justin Burley ... Justin

Robert F. Chew ... Joseph 'Proposition Joe' Stewart

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy
Cleo Reginald Pizana ... Chief of Staff Coleman Parker
Kurt L. Schmoke ... Health Commissioner

Frederick Strother ... State Delegate Odell Watkins
William Zielinski ... Gene

R. Emery Bright ... Community Relations Sgt.

Tony D. Head ... Maj. Bobby Reed

Kay Lawal ... Meeting Woman

Doug Olear ... FBI Spec. Agent Terrance 'Fitz' Fitzhugh

Michael Willis ... Andy Krawczyk
Derren Fuentes ... Lt. Torret (as Derren M. Fuentes)
Edward Green ... Spider
Joilet Harris ... Off. Caroline Massey (as Joilet F. Harris)

Dennis Lehane ... Off. Sullivan
Dameion Leslie ... Man

Bobby J. Brown ... Off. Bobby Brown (uncredited)
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty (uncredited)

Alana Campbelle ... Mayor's Secretary (uncredited)
Vicki Jean Clark ... Courthouse Clerk (uncredited)
Gil Deeble ... Hucklebuck (uncredited)
Kahil Dotay ... Undercover Street Cop (uncredited)
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello (uncredited)

Raw Leiba ... Stringer's Bodyguard (uncredited)

Marty Lodge ... Banisky (uncredited)

Michael Noel ... Computer Technician (uncredited)
Thomas W. Stewart ... Courthouse Clerk (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Mission Accomplished

19 December 2004
Avon readies his troops for a seemingly endless war against Marlo. The detail works towards the top rungs of the Barksdale organization with the information garnered from the wire. While Royce continues to grapple with Amsterdam, Burrell offers a deal to minimize the fallout. Carcetti's political plans become obvious to his friend and fellow councilman Tony Gray. Bubbles offers his view of the world. McNulty changes tack.

Dominic West ... Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls

Idris Elba ... Russell 'Stringer' Bell

Frankie Faison ... Acting Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Wood Harris ... Avon Barksdale

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Lt. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Det. Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Maj. Howard 'Bunny' Colvin

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Glynn Turman ... Mayor Clarence V. Royce

Amy Ryan ... Off. Beatrice 'Beadie' Russell

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise

Jamie Hector ... Marlo Stanfield

Leo Fitzpatrick ... Johnny Weeks

Michael Hyatt ... Brianna Barksdale

Michael Potts ... Brother Mouzone

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles

Christopher Mann ... Councilman Anthony 'Tony' Gray
Cleo Reginald Pizana ... Chief of Staff Coleman Parker

Frederick Strother ... State Delegate Odell Watkins

Maria Broom ... Marla Daniels
Shamyl Brown ... Donette

Brandy Burre ... Theresa D'Agostino
Richard Burton ... Sean 'Shamrock' McGinty
Dravon James ... Grace Sampson

Michael Willis ... Andy Krawczyk
Justin Burley ... Justin

Brandon Fobbs ... Fruit
DeAndre McCullough ... Lamar

Felicia Pearson ... Felicia 'Snoop' Pearson

Ernest Waddell ... Dante

Brian Anthony Wilson ... Det. Vernon Holley

Gbenga Akinnagbe ... Chris Partlow
Mia Arnice Chambers ... Squeak
Norris Davis ... Vinson

Melvin Jackson Jr. ... Bernard
Melvin T. Russell ... Jamal
William Zielinski ... Gene
Edward Green ... Spider

Michael Kostroff ... Maurice 'Maury' Levy
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello

Marty Lodge ... Banisky

Ryan Sands ... Off. Lloyd 'Truck' Garrick
Gregory L. Williams ... Det. Michael Crutchfield
Megan Anderson ... Jen Carcetti

Tray Chaney ... Malik 'Poot' Carr

Richard DeAngelis ... Col. Raymond Foerster
Derren Fuentes ... Lt. Torret (as Derren M. Fuentes)

Tony D. Head ... Maj. Bobby Reed
Reid Sasser ... Director of National Drug Control Policy
Michael Ahl ... Narcotics Detective (uncredited)

Muhammad Ali ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Chris Bauer ... Frank Sobotka (archive footage) (uncredited)
Mayo Best ... Gerard (uncredited)
Perry Blackmon ... Perry (uncredited)

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio (uncredited)

Alana Campbelle ... Mayor's Secretary (uncredited)
Enrique Chicas ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Kahil Dotay ... Undercover Street Cop (uncredited)

Aaron Fiore ... Uniformed Cop With Beer (uncredited)

Lawrence Gilliard Jr. ... D'Angelo Barksdale (archive footage) (uncredited)

Cleve Gray ... Crime Scene Technician (uncredited)
De'Rodd Hearns ... Herbert De'Rodd 'Puddin' Johnson (uncredited)
Sheila Hennessey ... TV Reporter (uncredited)

Raw Leiba ... Stringer's Bodyguard (uncredited)

Collin Leonard ... Dennis Harper (uncredited)

Paul Majors ... Off. MacGaul (uncredited)

Aaron Marcus ... State's Attorney (uncredited)
Kerry Meushaw ... TV Reporter - Blue Van (uncredited)
Manny Oliverez ... News Cameraman (uncredited)
Karl Otter ... District Commander (uncredited)
Floyd Patterson ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Dirk Pratt ... Narcotics Detective (uncredited)

Doug Roberts ... State's Attorney Steven Demper (uncredited)

Daniel Ross ... Camera Assistant Channel 11 News (uncredited)

Jennifer Rouse ... Carcetti Campaign Office Staff (uncredited)
Michael Salconi ... Off. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo (uncredited)
Kurt L. Schmoke ... Health Commissioner (uncredited)

William Shipman ... Detective Western District (uncredited)

Darrell M. Smith ... Off. Turner (uncredited)
David J. Smolar ... Newspaperman #2 (uncredited)
Rico Sterling ... Tyrell (uncredited)

Brandan T. Tate ... Sapper (uncredited)

Jerry Walsh ... Mr. Lake (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Boys of Summer

10 September 2006
In the Season Four premiere, four boys from West Baltimore play out their summer vacation in the streets. Meanwhile, Marlo has solved the problem that baffled Stringer Bell: how to maintain discipline--read: murders--without getting police attention.

Dominic West ... Off. James 'Jimmy' McNulty

John Doman ... Dep. Comm. for Operations William A. Rawls (credit only)

Frankie Faison ... Commissioner Ervin H. Burrell (credit only)

Aidan Gillen ... Councilman Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti

Deirdre Lovejoy ... Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman

Clarke Peters ... Det. Lester Freamon

Wendell Pierce ... Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland

Lance Reddick ... Maj. Cedric Daniels

Andre Royo ... Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins (credit only)

Sonja Sohn ... Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs

Jim True-Frost ... Roland 'Prez' Pryzbylewski

Robert Wisdom ... Howard 'Bunny' Colvin (credit only)

Seth Gilliam ... Sgt. Ellis Carver

Domenick Lombardozzi ... Det. Thomas 'Herc' Hauk

Reg E. Cathey ... Norman Wilson

Chad L. Coleman ... Dennis 'Cutty' Wise (credit only)

Jamie Hector ... Marlo Stanfield

Glynn Turman ... Mayor Clarence V. Royce

J.D. Williams ... Preston 'Bodie' Broadus (as JD Williams)

Michael Kenneth Williams ... Omar Little (credit only) (as Michael K. Williams)

Corey Parker Robinson ... Det. Leander Sydnor

Jermaine Crawford ... Duquan 'Dukie' Weems

Maestro Harrell ... Randy Wagstaff

Julito McCullum ... Namond Brice

Tristan Mack Wilds ... Michael Lee (as Tristan Wilds)

Gbenga Akinnagbe ... Chris Partlow

Susan Duvall ... Assistant Principal Marcia Donnelly (as Tootsie Duvall)
Henri Edmonds ... School Lecturer
Richard Hidlebird ... Principal Claudell Withers

Christopher Mann ... Councilman Anthony 'Tony' Gray
Megan Anderson ... Jen Carcetti

Brandy Burre ... Theresa D'Agostino

Sam Coppola ... Former Mayor 'Young Tony'
Joilet Harris ... Off. Caroline Massey (as Joliet F. Harris)

Brandon Fobbs ... Fruit

Anwan Glover ... Slim Charles
Norman Jackson ... Lex
Cleo Reginald Pizana ... Chief of Staff Coleman Parker
Tyrell Baker ... Little Kevin

Nathan Corbett ... Donut

Felicia Pearson ... Felicia 'Snoop' Pearson

Karen Vicks ... Gerry
Cynthia Webb ... Teacher #2 (as Cynthia Webb-Manly)

Benjamin Busch ... Off. Anthony Colicchio
Jay Landsman ... Lt. Dennis Mello
Edward T. Norris ... Det. Edward Norris (as Ed Norris)
Jason Parker ... Off. Reggie Leddett
Michael Salconi ... Off. Michael 'Sanny' Santangelo
Tyreeka Freamon ... School Receptionist