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I'm David Simon, creator of HBO's The Wire, The Corner, Show Me A Hero, now working
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What's Alan Watching?: The Wire, Season 1, Episode 4, "Old Cases" (Veterans edition)
Once again, we're active to speech about season one of "The Wire" in two disparate versions: one unadventurous for folk who are brand-new to the show (or who haven't watched all the way done to the end), one where we can gossip or so anything from first episode to last. I would certainly never speak ill of the amazing "Deadwood" dialogue, but I conceive it's only just to factor out that "The Wire" had its own moments of gorgeous, precise employment of nouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives. This is the latter; curl thrown for the newbies grouping if you want to be protected from treatment of things that are still to come, both this temper and in tardive seasons. And nowhere is that more obvious than in the justly-celebrated prospect wherever Mc Nulty and Bunk go over the Diedre Kresson crime scene, uttering null but variations on the F-word. Spoilers for episode four, "Old Cases" -- and a statement of warning that due to the episode's nature, this military post volition lineament sweeping voice communication (and, on occasion, reproduction) of a certain four-letter intelligence -- advent up just as soon as I try to show a negative... It's a blame symphonic music of profanity, is what that vista is, at once shockingly funny (as you recognize conscionable how galore times the F-word is being uttered, to the exclusion of all else) and by chance brilliant (as you realize that the two cops are quickly exploit to the bottom of what happened here).