Carcetti sees off the gubernatorial challenge, but is forced to make promises to both Davis and Campbell, and give up half his school board funding to Prince George's County. Having been turned down by the FBI, Freamon reveals to Davis the evidence he is sitting on, and bluffs that he is prepared to take the case federal, leading to Davis offering him some advice on where to follow the money. With Omar dead, Marlo breathes a sigh of relief. However, with the extra manpower from Carver's people on the case, Sydnor is able to break Marlo's code, and the police intercept a major re-supply. As Marlo, Chris and Cheese discuss who could have informed on them, suspicions fall on Michael. When Marlo learns Chris kept it from him that Omar was belittling his reputation and calling for a street confrontation, he is livid. Despite his ruse getting him exactly what he wanted, McNulty is far from happy. Meanwhile, Haynes launches a more thorough investigation into Templeton's fabrications, Whiting...
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At the Baltimore Sun, when CE Gus Haynes asks ME Steven Luxenberg to help him to contact The Walter Reed Medical Center, Steven mentions the articles published by The Washington Post in 2007. It refers to a series of allegations of unsatisfactory conditions, treatment of patients, and management at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC) in Washington, D.C. See more
In the scene where Michael drops Bug off at their aunt's house out in the sticks, he opens a box containing a lot of money. The bundle of money on top says "Motion Pictures" on the backside. See more
Duquan 'Dukie' Weems
You remember that one day, summer past? When we threw them piss balloons at them Terrace boys? You remember, just before school started up again? You know, I took a beatdown from them boys. I don't even throw a shadow on it. That was a day. Y'all bought me ice cream off the truck. You remember, Mike?
When this episode premiered on HBO On Demand on February 25, 2007, O-Dog's line "Does this mean I still gotta take that charge for y'all?" was overlapped with Michael saying "Yo!". Later that day, Michael's "Yo!" was blanked out and replaced with a sigh. See more
Referenced in Generation Kill: Stay Frosty
Way Down In The Hole
Written by Tom Waits
Performed by Steve Earle See more