With a bounty on him, Omar calls in a favor to Bunk. The election over, Royce and Carcetti make peace and contemplate their futures. At school, Prez tricks his students into learning math. Finally, Greggs uses 'soft eyes' at a crime scene.

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With a bounty on him, Omar calls in a favor to Bunk. The election over, Royce and Carcetti make peace and contemplate their futures. At school, Prez tricks his students into learning math. Finally, Greggs uses 'soft eyes' at a crime scene.

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The book Omar Little is reading in the opening scene is Ghettoheat by Hickson. See more »

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(at around 13 mins) When Omar is talking with Bunk, he says "I'll be seeing God long before I swear to him on the stand," but the DVD subtitles read, "Obviously a guy's alone before I swear to them on the stand." This has been corrected for the Blu-ray. See more »

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Roland 'Prezbo' Pryzbylewski: Trick 'em into thinking they aren't learning, and they do.
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Dance My Pain Away
Performed by Rod Lee
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Unto Others
23 October 2015 | by (India) – See all my reviews

"Unto Others" is the seventh episode of the fourth season of the HBO original series The Wire. Written by William F. Zorzi from a story by Ed Burns & William F. Zorzi, and directed by Anthony Hemingway, it originally aired on October 29, 2006.

Omar Little reads in his cell. The two men that Butchie assigned to protect him arrive and strap thick books around his torso, under his shirt. In the cafeteria line an inmate attempts to stab Omar. Omar disarms him and stabs him with his own blade up his rectum as a warning to the others who might try to kill him. Omar leaves the scene of the incident before the guards arrive. Butchie's men tell Omar that the bounty on his head was placed by Marlo Stanfield. Omar gets a cell phone when he asks if they can help him make a call. He tells his bodyguards that he is phoning the police because he is owed a favor.

Detectives Ed Norris and Kima Greggs bring in a jailhouse informant who has offered them information on the Braddock murder case. Sergeant Jay Landsman observes the informant's arrival and when he remarks on their progress Greggs angrily reminds him that their investigation has been slowed by political interference. Lester Freamon makes miniature furniture at his desk and Landsman is impressed with the money he makes from his hobby.


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