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post #16 of 39
Season 5 is $39 @Amazon.com
http://www.amazon.com/Wire-Complete-...1538179&sr=1-1

Or seasons 1-5 for $89
http://www.funsideup.com/servlet/the...FQWlQAodK31mYg
post #17 of 39
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+ 1. String was my fave, and after he was killed, ironically, Marlo became my favorite character.

Same hear, I also like the youngin who went good and Mike.
post #18 of 39
coincidentally enough, at the recommendation of my guru, mentor, and watch supplier CTGuy, I bought this box set yesterday, as I am up in Hanoi now, meaning my evenings revolve around DVDs on my laptop. Watched about 5 episodes last night...it's very very good.
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oh no you din...s1-5 180000 dong on Nguyen Trung Truc Street
post #19 of 39
I loved the Wire. However, it has set my expectations very high and I doubt I will see another series as good for quite awhile.

My favorite characters were Stringer and Omar, fo sho.
post #20 of 39
On season 2. McNulty's ex-wife is HOT.
post #21 of 39
Well, finished the series today. Very bittersweet...but it's probably the best TV show I've ever watched. Completely sucked me in. It should still be airing.
post #22 of 39
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On season 2. McNulty's ex-wife is HOT.

Same one that plays the wife of the fire fighter that died in 9/11, and is the Denis Leary character's girlfriend, in Rescue Me.
post #23 of 39
Rawls is doing voice commercials for Home Depot now. Kind of disappointing. I'm sure he's real upset that he let me down.
post #24 of 39
Rawls is pretty cool. Since season 2, I had a sneaking suspicion that Valcheck would end up in the commissioner's chair.
post #25 of 39
I live in Baltimore and a couple of months ago I had no time for lunch and stopped in BK for a Whopper. The guy who played Prop Joe was in there arguing with the idiot manager because they had screwed up his order. I thought about saying (and regret not doing so) "Don't you know who you're messing with? He runs the whole Eastside." I did congratulate him on a great show on the way out.
post #26 of 39
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Rawls is pretty cool. Since season 2, I had a sneaking suspicion that Valcheck would end up in the commissioner's chair.
Yes, just the sort of useless prick who ends up in charge of a government agency.
post #27 of 39
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Yes, just the sort of useless prick who ends up in charge of a government agency.
You forgot to log into your other account (montecristo) before posting this. I liked McNulty, not sure why he got a lot of hate in the various Wire threads on SF. He wasn't the deepest character but IMO was likable.
post #28 of 39
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You forgot to log into your other account (montecristo) before posting this. I liked McNulty, not sure why he got a lot of hate in the various Wire threads on SF. He wasn't the deepest character but IMO was likable.
I don't get all the Montecristo hate. I agree with 85% of his posts.
post #29 of 39
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I don't get all the Montecristo hate. I agree with 85% of his posts.
Well, I agree with 95% of Ataturk's posts.
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Well, I agree with 95% of Ataturk's posts.
I'm sorry to hear that.
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