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Season Runtime: 14 hours 00 minutes
Season Runtime: 14 hours 00 minutes
In the Season Two finale, the Detail has a setback, and needs a new cooperator, while Russell and Bunk revisit Philly, looking for evidence. Brother Mouzone talks with Stringer Bell regarding their agreement, leaving Bell to contend with a dissatisfied Avon Barksdale. Bubbles and Johnny pull another caper and McNulty and Greggs return to the Westside, where they discover new connections. Herc and Carver feel disrespected by fellow officers, while Nick tries to come to terms with the Greeks--and himself. Omar and his crew have a new target and the Feds are less trustworthy than they seem.
Runtime: 60 minutes Rating: Original Air Date: 5/8/2013
In the Season Two premiere, Det. Jimmy McNulty--exiled to police-boat duty--finds the body of a woman floating in the Baltimore harbor. Bodie drives to Philly to make a connection for the Barksdale crew and Stringer Bell takes the train to New York to feel out the crew's reticent suppliers.
Runtime: 60 minutes Rating: Original Air Date: 5/8/2013
The second season of The Wire begins with Jimmy McNulty (Dominic West) having been assigned to Baltimore's boat unit, the one place he did not want to be. McNulty finds a young woman's corpse floating in the river, and makes sure his old unit gets the case. Kima (Sonja Sohn) and Cheryl (Melanie Nicholls-King) are trying to have a baby. Prez (Jim True-Frost) meets with his father-in-law, Major Valchek (Al Brown), and tells him he wants to keep working good cases like the Barksdale case, but Valchek has other plans. Valchek is preparing a stained-glass window for his church, St. Casimir, and he's angry when he learns that the IBS dockworkers union, represented by Frank Sobotka (Chris Bauer), has out-donated him for the nave window. Sobotka has his own troubles; his son, Ziggy (James Ransone) is a worthless drunk who can't hold down a job on the docks. His nephew, Nick (Pablo Schreiber), has a stronger work ethic. Sobotka sends Nick to meet with Vondas (aka "The Greek," played by Paul Ben-Victor) to discuss stealing a certain container off the dock for the criminal. Even though Nick foolishly brings Ziggy along on the meet, the deal is made, and Vondas says he'll send his usual driver, Sergei (Chris Ashworth). But the container sits on the dock, out in the open, and when Sergei drives off without it, Sobotka gets antsy and has his crew put it out of sight. But a cop working the docks, Officer Beatrice Russell (Amy Ryan), notices the broken customs seal on the container, and makes a grisly discovery. Meanwhile, Stringer (Idris Elba) sends Bodie (J.D. Williams) to Philly to pick up some product, but finds that Avon's (Wood Harris) nervous supplier has backed out of the deal.
Runtime: 60 minutes Rating: Original Air Date: 6/1/2003
Sobotka (Chris Bauer) goes to see Vondas (Paul Ben-Victor) to express his outrage over the 14 dead prostitutes on his dock. Vondas assures him that they're as upset as he is about the deaths. McNulty (Dominic West) finds out about the girls, and connects them to the murdered girl he dragged out of the water. He goes to Officer Russell (Amy Ryan) for more information, and with the medical examiner (Eric Dellums), determines that the air pipe on the container was intentionally crushed -- the 14 girls were murdered. McNulty then goes far out of his way to make sure that his old homicide unit gets the case, despite Major Rawls' (John Doman) best efforts. Bunk (Wendell Pierce) and Freamon (Clarke Peters) aren't too happy with McNulty when Landsman (Delaney Williams) gives them the case. Valchek (Al Brown) goes to see Sobotka, and threatens to continue harassing him if the union doesn't let the police take the stained glass window in the church nave. Sobotka tells Valchek he should have come and discussed it with them in the first place, and insults the Major. So Valchek offers to support Burrell (Frankie R. Faison) for police commissioner, in exchange for Burrell letting him have a CID unit to investigate Sobotka. Valchek's son-in-law, Prez (Jim True-Frost), ends up heading the unit. Vondas and The Greek (Bill Raymond) begin their own bloody investigation into the murder of the 14 prostitutes. Meanwhile, things aren't going well for Avon's (Wood Harris) crew. Wee-Bey (Hassan Johnson) is being harassed by a guard with a personal beef, and D'Angelo (Larry Gilliard, Jr.) is using drugs and avoiding Avon.
Runtime: 60 minutes Rating: Original Air Date: 6/8/2003
Omar (Michael K. Williams) is back in Baltimore, and plotting to rip off another drug dealer. His plans are thwarted by two resourceful young women who get the same idea and act sooner. Omar and his partner team up with the girls. Bunk (Wendell Pierce) and Freamon (Clarke Peters) go to Philly and interview the crew of the ship that brought in the dead women, but the multiethnic crewmembers all claim they don't speak English, so the frustrated cops let the ship go. McNulty (Dominic West) drops by the station to share his thoughts on the case, but Bunk, Freamon, and Russell (Amy Ryan) have already figured out that the women were prostitutes, that one of them was murdered, and that the others were witnesses, so they were suffocated in the shipping container. Avon (Wood Harris) and Stringer (Idris Elba) plot against a drug-dealing prison guard, Tilghman (Antonio D. Charity), who has a beef with their crew. Avon makes D'Angelo (Larry Gilliard Jr.) promise to give up drugs for a few days. Nick (Pablo Schreiber) isn't getting much work, so he and Ziggy (James Ransone) decide to steal a shipment of digital cameras off the docks and sell them to an associate of Vondas (Paul Ben-Victor). Prez (Jim True-Frost) tells Valchek (Al Brown) that the CID unit Burrell (Frankie R. Faison) set up to nail Sobotka (Chris Bauer) is getting nowhere. Valchek checks out the team himself and gets angry. He tells Burrell he wants results, or he'll start talking about how Burrell quashed the Barksdale case. Having heard about Daniels' (Lance Reddick) work from Prez, Valchek tells Burrell he wants Daniels to head the unit, but the lieutenant has recently put in for retirement.
Runtime: 60 minutes Rating: Original Air Date: 6/15/2003
Sobotka (Chris Bauer) finds out about Nick (Pablo Schreiber) and Ziggy (James Ransone)'s thievery on the docks, and gets very angry. Nick decides they won't steal anymore, but his connection promises to make it worth their while if they can deliver certain chemicals. Despite Nick's pleas, Ziggy flashes his cash around, and pisses off a suspicious co-worker. Five inmates are dead and another eight hospitalized after ingesting spiked drugs distributed by Tilghman (Antonio D. Charity). It's all part of Avon's (Wood Harris) plan to shorten his prison term. D'Angelo (Larry Gilliard Jr.) has his suspicions about what Avon's done, and he wants nothing to do with it. Burrell (Frankie R. Faison) offers Daniels (Lance Reddick) a clean slate if he'll postpone his retirement to head the Sobotka detail for Valchek (Al Brown). Daniels agrees to do it if he can choose his own people, and if Burrell will make the detail permanent if they make a case. Rawls (John Doman) has to vet Daniels' list, and he approves everyone except McNulty (Dominic West). The only way McNulty will get off the boat is if "he quits or he drowns," Rawls tells Daniels. Daniels doesn't have too hard a time convincing Greggs (Sonja Sohn) to join the unit, but they agree to break the news to each others' "wives." McNulty gets Bubbles (Andre Royo) to help him track down Omar (Michael K. Williams) so he can testify in a murder trial. McNulty still wants to get back together with Elena (Callie Thorne), but he signs a separation agreement. Bunk (Wendell Pierce), Freamon (Clarke Peters), and Russell (Amy Ryan) start interrogating dock workers. Nobody in the IBS wants to talk, but Sobotka is stunned to learn that the dead girls in the container were murdered.
Runtime: 60 minutes Rating: Original Air Date: 6/22/2003
Ziggy's (James Ransone) skills as a drug dealer come into question again as he screws up, bringing down the wrath of Cheese (rapper Method Man), who supplied him. Cheese takes Ziggy's prized Camaro, and threatens to kill him if he doesn't pay what he's owed, plus interest. Ziggy goes to Nick (Pablo Schreiber) for help. Nick asks Cheese for the car back so Ziggy can sell it and pay him, but Cheese has other plans. Freamon (Clarke Peters) finds out he's been added to Daniels' (Lance Reddick) detail, leaving Bunk (Wendell Pierce) to deal with the 14 murders. Daniels also adds Carver (Seth Gilliam) to the team, reasoning that Carver wouldn't dare betray him again. Carver and Greggs (Sonja Sohn) take photos as Herc (Dominick Lombardozzi) goes undercover to buy drugs from the white boys who sell to the dock workers. Bunk and Russell (Amy Ryan) go back to the docks with grand jury summonses, but Sobotka (Chris Bauer) angrily denies being involved in the girls' deaths, and lets them know that none of his guys will talk. Russell finds an informant, a stevedore who tells her where to look for evidence of the missing container -- the computers. McNulty (Dominic West) takes time out from trying to identify "his" dead girl to bring in Omar (Michael K. Williams), so he can prepare to testify in the Gant murder case. Sobotka tells Vondas (Paul Ben-Victor) that he doesn't want to do business with them anymore, but The Greek (Bill Raymond) won't take no for an answer. Stringer (Idris Elba) gets advice from a professor on how to turn his business around, and gives advice to Avon (Wood Harris) about how to deal with D'Angelo (Larry Gilliard, Jr.)
Runtime: 60 minutes Rating: Original Air Date: 6/29/2003
Omar (Michael K. Williams) makes a compelling witness against Bird (Sticky Fingaz). The special detail discovers that destitute IBS has paid a lot of money to political action committees. Shardene (Wendy Grantham) helps the cops find strippers from Eastern Europe. Another dancer tells them that those girls are always under heavy guard. On the docks, the cops learn that the container full of dead girls was never entered into the computer system by a checker. Further investigation reveals that the same checker was responsible for several cans that disappeared in the same manner. They decide their best bet is to clone the dock's computers and watch what's going on in real time. Bunk (Wendell Pierce) and Freamon (Clarke Peters) try to convince Daniels (Lance Reddick) to fold the murder investigation into his detail on Sobotka (Chris Bauer), but Daniels is worried that the murders won't get solved. Nick (Pablo Schreiber) goes to Vondas (Paul Ben-Victor) for help with Ziggy's (James Ransone) problems with Cheese (Method Man). Sergei (Chris Ashworth) gets Proposition Joe's (Robert F. Chew) help to lean on the dealer. McNulty (Dominic West) convinces his estranged wife, Elena (Callie Thorne), to go out to dinner with him, and tells her he's planning to retire. D'Angelo (Larry Gilliard, Jr.) makes it clear that he wants to serve his time in peace, and wants nothing further to do with Avon (Wood Harris) and his dirty dealings.
Runtime: 60 minutes Rating: Original Air Date: 7/6/2003
Stringer (Idris Elba) attends D'Angelo's funeral, where he runs into Proposition Joe (Robert F. Chew), who offers him a deal. If Avon (Wood Harris) gives up some of his prime real estate, Prop Joe will give them access to his better product. Stringer visits Avon in prison to present the idea. Avon, distraught over D's death but still unaware of Stringer's involvement, rejects Prop Joe's offer. Daniels' (Lance Reddick) unit goes to work, convincing Sobotka (Chris Bauer) that they've given up on the murder case. Then they tap into the dock computers and watch as one of Horseface's (Charley Scalies) containers "disappears." They then trail the container to a warehouse. While Greggs (Sonja Sohn) is doing surveillance, she sees Prop Joe pull up to the warehouse, thus providing a pivotal link between the prostitution ring, the murdered girls on the docks, and Baltimore's drug trade. With this new information, Daniels tells Major Rawls (John Doman) that he's willing to take on the murders, but only if Rawls agrees to provide him with whatever his unit needs. Meanwhile, Herc (Domenick Lombardozzi) and Carver (Seth Gilliam) borrow a high tech bug for their surveillance work, leaving a large deposit on Carver's credit card. They learn that Nick (Pablo Schreiber) is supplying a local dealer, Frog (Gary "D.Reign" Senkus), with narcotics, but they lose their expensive listening device.
Runtime: 60 minutes Rating: Original Air Date: 7/13/2003
McNulty (Dominic West) has a wild, drunken night and wrecks his car. The cops on the detail show Rhonda Pearlman (Deirdre Lovejoy) the connection between the docks and a warehouse used by local drug dealers, and she approves a wiretap on the warehouse phone and on Sergei's (Chris Ashworth) cell phone. Bunk (Wendell Pierce) and Freamon (Clarke Peters) convince Daniels (Lance Reddick) to go back to Rawls (John Doman) and insist that McNulty be added to the detail. Rawls reluctantly agrees. McNulty gets to work, preparing to pose as a john and use the service that provides the smuggled Eastern European girls. He also takes Russell (Amy Ryan) out for a drink, but it doesn't go much further. Sobotka (Chris Bauer) learns that his cell phone account has been flagged, and is not to be disconnected for nonpayment. He grows more suspicious when he finds out that Russell has been assigned to a city detail. Sobotka has Horseface (Charley Scalies) check through The Greek's (Bill Raymond) current container of contraband and stack it on the docks while sending a clean container to The Greek in case Sergei gets stopped by the police. He arranges a meeting with Vondas (Paul Ben-Victor) and The Greek to tell them of his suspicions. The Greek suggests they lose a few more clean cans to throw off the cops. Meanwhile, the detail, through the tap on Sergei's phone, get Vondas' phone number. Ziggy (James Ransone) gets upset with Nick (Pablo Schreiber) over Nick's refusal to involve him more in the drug business. Meanwhile, Bodie (J.D. Williams) and Poot (Tray Chaney) have to use muscle to hold onto their turf, despite the fact that they have no decent product.
Runtime: 60 minutes Rating: Original Air Date: 7/27/2003