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The Wire: All Due Respect -- television at its finest

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Uploaded on Dec 31, 2006

"That small, wrinkled-ass paper bag allowed the corner boys to have their drink in peace, and gave us permission to go. and do. police work...the kind of police work that's actually worth the effort. That's worth actually taking a bullet...

There's never been a paper bag for drugs. Until now."

Arguably one of the greatest moments in the history of American television, this speech by Major Colvin ("Bunny") of Baltimore's Western District is a stellar example of how The Wire puts 99% of television to shame.

The summary of this episode can be found at
http://www.hbo.com/thewire/episode/se...
and a summary of the Colvin's character, played by Robert Wisdom, is at
http://www.hbo.com/thewire/cast/chara...

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