A Talmudic look.
A Talmudic look.
Plus: Exclusive photos of the final night of The Wire.
For starters, what's in Daniels's file?
There we go, giving a fuck when it ain't our turn to give a fuck.
"Boy, David Chase should feel like a chump."
We guess this must be the triumph before the fall, because as this week's episode opens, Freamon sees his months of hard work and investigative misconduct pay off.
Vulture takes a look at ten other characters whose ignoble deaths made us shake our heads and think, He deserved better.
"The subject has problems with lasting relationships and is possibly a high-functioning alcoholic."
Plus: What the Bunk told Omar on the phone last weekend.
Yeah, that's right, Nick Denton, we're talkin' to you!
Maybe he'll ride off into the sunset with Omar!
"Goodnight stars / Goodnight po-pos / Goodnight fiends."
And what's that clicking sound?
Plus: Method Man, why did Cheese have to do Prop Joe like that?
Omar is the homicidal, trench-coat-wearing, shotgun-wielding, black, gay Spider-Man.
"How do you get from here to the rest of the world?"
"He was in the glee club. Stone stupid."
"You cross me, I'm a snake. But on a straight-up proposition, with a handshake? My word is my bond."
Plus: Sam Mendes to shoot Dave Eggers's and Vendela Vida's comedy.
Great Mencken's ghost, these purple barroom orations!
Of course, some Baltimoreans are working harder than ever.
Marlo, Partlow, and Snoop — if you are reading this, please help us get our money back.
The sight of our beloved McNutty taking a swig from a flask, crossing himself, and strangling a corpse was a little hard to bear.
Seith Mann's intense, touching, and very well-made 2003 NYU short five deep breaths helped get both Mann a stint directing on the show and its lead, Jamie Hector, the chance to play young drug lord Marlo Stanfield.