The Wire: Season 3, Episode 10

Reformation (28 Nov. 2004)

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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 ... See full summary »

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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. Written by Anonymous

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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 »

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Russell 'Stringer' Bell: You know, Avon, you gotta think about what we got in this game for, man. Huh? Was it the rep? Was it so our names could ring out on some fucking ghetto streetcorners, man? Naw, man. There's games beyond the fucking game.
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Wow Guess who is gay?
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The Deputy can be spotted at the Gay club right after Bow-tie's boy leaves insearch of Omar. He walks into the club insearch of Omar and ends up being offered beer. He rejects the beer and asks for Omar without knowing that Omars partner is at the counter right beside him. Im still laughing till today because when the guy is on his way out of the gay bar the camera stops for a few seconds on the deputy surprisingly giggling with another individual. loll i don't know if the deputy is now a homosexual or if he is just interested in the people at the scene lol. it is very funny because i never expected someone like him play such a role.


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