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This series looks at the narcotics scene in Baltimore through the eyes of law enforcers as well as the drug dealers and users. Other facets of the city that are explored in the series are the government and bureaucracy, schools and the news media. The show was created by former police reporter David Simon, who also wrote many of the episodes.

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McNulty (Dominic West) is assigned to a team of outcasts assigned to probe drug lord Avon Barksdale's (Wood Harris) operations.
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Daniels and McNulty attempt to continue the case; Freamon and Bunk try to trace a crucial call; Pearlman and McNulty celebrate a break in the case.
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McNulty and Daniels wire Barksdale's back office; Wallace returns to the projects; D'Angelo makes a run to New York.
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After a drug bust goes awry, Greggs winds up in intensive care; the police step up the hunt for Savino, Wee-Bey and Little Man.
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McNulty and Daniels try to figure out what to do with Wallace; Sydnor and Carver track down one of Barksdale's stash houses.
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Barksdale plays games with an East Side rival; Herc and Carver take cash from Wee-Bey; Omar resurfaces.
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McNulty gets Stringer's license-plate number; Omar engages in a violent street encounter.
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A tip-off prompts arrest, but Avon and Stringer grow suspicious; another witness to the Grant murder emerges.
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Rawls' demands create strange allies; Wallace and D'Angelo wrestle with their consciences; Omar turns witness.
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McNulty's detail tries breaking the code on the gang's pagers; Bell teaches D'Angelo how to train lookouts.
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Gang members arrested in the raid face arraignment; Greggs and McNulty try to turn Hardcase into an informant.
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Detectives' inquiries spark a minor riot, causing a boy to lose an eye and giving police a black eye publicity-wise.
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A witness who testified against D'Angelo is found murdered; Greggs is briefed on the Barksdale probe.
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Carcetti maps out a damage-control scenario; McNulty asks Landsman to pull police off the homeless case; Haynes' concerns about Templeton fall on deaf ears; Dukie seeks out an old mentor for a loan.
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While Freamon's hard work pays off with a promising lead, McNulty is not in the mood to celebrate; Michael is suspicious about his latest assignment; Bubbles recounts a recent temptation.
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Bunk returns a favor; Carcetti must make political deals; Haynes approaches Templeton about his sources.
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After an unexpected call, Templeton and the newspaper find themselves back in the spotlight; McNulty receives unwanted attention.
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Templeton makes headlines; Bunk follows up on old leads; McNulty takes an interest in the homeless.
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Marlo forges an alliance with a drug connect; the newspaper gives McNulty increasing attention; Elena confronts him about his behavior.
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Campbell tries to facilitate the transitions in the police department; the newspaper scrambles to confirm surprising news from City Hall; Proposition Joe prepares to make himself scarce.
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The press learns of Carcetti's plan for the police department; Marlo turns to Proposition Joe for help with a problem; McNulty shares some inside information with Gutierrez.

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