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. Written by
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The Baltimore Sun reporter who first comes to "Hamsterdam" to investigate identifies himself as "Banisky." Banisky is named for former Sun editor Sandy Banisky, who is considered a legend at the paper, and is now a journalism professor at the University of Maryland. According to her, creator David Simon called her one day and asked if it was all right to use her name in the show. She, of course, agreed. See more
[Omar and Brother Mouzone have Stringer cornered, their guns turned on him
I ain't strapped. I ain't involved, yo. I ain't involved in none of that gangster bullshit.
[both gunmen are silent, Stringer is breathing hard from running
What y'all niggers want, man? Huh? Money?
[however, he just gets more silence
IS THAT IT? Cause if it is, I can be a better friend to y'all alive.
You still don't get it, do you? This ain't about your money, bro. Your boy gave you up. That's right. And we ain't had ...
References The Day of the Jackal
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