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The Dickensian Aspect 

Mystified by Omar's disappearance, Marlo and Chris ramp up their efforts to locate their nemesis. After a sparsely attended waterfront ceremony, Carcetti fires away at a larger press event-... See full summary »

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Norman Wilson
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Acting Commissioner William A. Rawls
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Mayor Thomas 'Tommy' Carcetti
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City Editor Augustus 'Gus' Haynes
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Asst. State's Atty. Rhonda Pearlman
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Det. William 'Bunk' Moreland
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Dep. Comm. for Operations Cedric Daniels
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Reginald 'Bubbles' Cousins (credit only)
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Det. Shakima 'Kima' Greggs
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Sgt. Ellis Carver (credit only)
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Thomas 'Herc' Hauk (credit only)
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Omar Little
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Mystified by Omar's disappearance, Marlo and Chris ramp up their efforts to locate their nemesis. After a sparsely attended waterfront ceremony, Carcetti fires away at a larger press event--and recasts himself as a champion for the homeless. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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10 February 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The statue McNulty is drunkenly addressing (at around 39 mins) is of Major-General Samuel Smith who was a United States Senator and Representative from Maryland, a mayor of Baltimore, and a general in the state militia. See more »

Goofs

When Scott Templeton first walks past Terry Henning (the homeless ex-serviceman), Terry has his arms by his side. In the next shot of the same scene, Terry has his arms up above his head on the railings. See more »

Quotes

Det. Lester Freamon: McNulty, you are deserving of serious psychological study.
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Features Nancy Grace (2005) See more »

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I'm Good There
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