TV Series | TV-MA | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
David Simon said that Avon Barksdale is a composite of various Baltimore drug dealers. He is likely based, to some extent, on at least two notorious Baltimore drug dealers: Melvin Williams (who plays the character of The Deacon) and Nathan Barksdale.
Det. William Moreland:
Boy, them Greeks and those twisted-ass names.
Det. James 'Jimmy' McNulty: Man, lay off the Greeks. They invented civilization.
Det. William Moreland: Yeah? Ass-fucking, too.
Throughout the last two seasons, Carcetti repeatedly refers to a possible gubernatorial challenge in 2008, after serving two years as Baltimore mayor. But Maryland holds gubernatorial elections in off years - 2006, 2010, etc. The new governor would have been elected the same year that Carcetti was elected mayor - 2006 - and up for re-election in four years, not two.
In every episode, after the opening credits a quote appears on the screen that will be spoken by a character in that episode.
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