The Wire - best tv show ever.  As one of my TV snob friends said back in the day, "If you have HBO and you're not watching The Wire, you're just foolish."

The Wire - best tv show ever. As one of my TV snob friends said back in the day, "If you have HBO and you're not watching The Wire, you're just foolish."

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if you walk through the garden, you'd better watch your back!

if you walk through the garden, you'd better watch your back!

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Best TV show ever - The Wire.

Two of the World's Most Famous Philosophers Weigh in on The Wire

My favorite TV show of all time is unquestionably The Wire. Great writing, acting, and a multi-layered story that gets deeper with every season.

Russell Bell

My favorite TV show of all time is unquestionably The Wire. Great writing, acting, and a multi-layered story that gets deeper with every season.

The Wire (2002–2008) ~ Minimal TV Series Poster by Ryan Trapp #amusementphile

The Wire (2002–2008) ~ Minimal TV Series Poster by Ryan Trapp #amusementphile

Lester Freamon: "A life, Jimmy. You know what that is? It's the shit that happens while you're waiting for moments that never come." (Played by Clarke Peters.)

Lester Freamon: "A life, Jimmy. You know what that is? It's the shit that happens while you're waiting for moments that never come." (Played by Clarke Peters.)

Women Who Kick Ass on TV Kima Greggs, ‘The Wire’ HBO’s The Wire broke down a number of barriers for TV drama and is often cited as among the greatest shows ever produced. As a black, lesbian cop in a system as crooked as the streets she is fighting to save, the street-smart detective stands out as a complex character who, much like her peers, transcends black and white morality.

Women Who Kick Ass on TV Kima Greggs, ‘The Wire’ HBO’s The Wire broke down a number of barriers for TV drama and is often cited as among the greatest shows ever produced. As a black, lesbian cop in a system as crooked as the streets she is fighting to save, the street-smart detective stands out as a complex character who, much like her peers, transcends black and white morality.

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