The Wire: Season 4, Episode 12

That's Got His Own (3 Dec. 2006)

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On the trail of missing bodies, Freamon turns to a higher authority after being rebuked by Landsman. Carcetti finds his promises of prosperity undermined by the school debt, forcing him to ... See full summary »



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On the trail of missing bodies, Freamon turns to a higher authority after being rebuked by Landsman. Carcetti finds his promises of prosperity undermined by the school debt, forcing him to contemplate groveling before the Governor in Annapolis. Written by Anonymous

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The outgoing Republican governor of Maryland, Robert Ehrlich, plays the security guard who tells Carcetti, "The governor will see you now." According to the show's writers, Carcetti is in turn largely based off of Martin O'Malley, the former Baltimore councilman and then-Mayor of Baltimore who defeated Ehrlich to become Governor of Maryland. See more »


Delonda Brice: What you mean, Kenard took the stash? And he still walking around?
Namond Brice: I'm gonna talk to him, Ma. Make sure this never happen again.
Delonda Brice: Look at me, boy. Kenard got to feel some pain for what he did. He got to.
Namond Brice: I don't...
Delonda Brice: You don't what, motherfucker? This how you pay me back for all the love I showed? Shit, I been kept you in Nikes since you were in diapers!
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Emotionally-Affecting like nothing other on TV...
2 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

4.12 is yet another excellent episode of the fourth season. Here we have many story lines coming full circle...

Bubbles for a while now has really affected me... his storyline I mean. This episode just will drive him to the edge for sure. Also, the boys' performances have not been better than here. What the writers do so well is they are able to really take their time, so when blows like this happen, they don't come out of nowhere. Suspense is unbearable at times. A simple scene of Dookie at school or Randy at his house are enough to make us stand at the edge of our seat, and that is pretty magnificent in itself.

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