Omar Little is one of the greatest characters in modern TV history. With a loaded shotgun and a “Robin Hood” mentality, Little would whistle as he strolled to a stash house to rob drug dealers of their cache. 292 more words
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When I lived in my Small Town USA, there were certain things I just didn’t pay attention to. And just to catch you up, when I say “Small Town,” my newly old hometown had 3,000 residents, more than a thousand of whom are incarcerated in the local correctional facility and not exactly participants in the day-to-day life. 315 more words
David Simon barely flinched.
As President Barack Obama told him that he was “a huge fan of The Wire,” which he called “one of the greatest pieces of art” of the last few decades, and as he continued with a question on the drug trade, the camera turned to Simon. 400 more words
It’s a long video but watch from minute 4.30.
This scene in season two of the Wire sees Omar Little (played by Michael K. Williams), a notorious, homosexual black man who makes a living from stealing drug-dealers ‘stashes’ in a court room testifying against a well-known drug-dealer called ‘Bird’. 1,156 more words
The Death of Stringer Bell, 10 years later: A look back at the greatest episode of (probably) the greatest television show ever
The Death of Stringer Bell, 10 years later
A look back at “Middle Ground,” the greatest episode of (probably) the greatest show in television history… 2,495 more words