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. Written by
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The book on Lester Freamon's desk during the "thirteen years and four months" conversation with McNulty is "Victorian and Edwardian Fashion: A Photographic Survey" by Alison Gernsheim (1963, Dover Publications). See more
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