All Due Respect
Episode 2 of 12 within Season Three. Item 27 of 60 overall.
Production number 302.
Richard Price - Story
David Simon - Story
Richard Price - Teleplay
Steve Shill - Director
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Colvin Omar continues his bold strikes on Barksdale stash houses, now heavily guarded. Under orders from Stringer Bell, Bodie faces a critical test against Marlo, a fierce young dealer with lucrative corners near the now-toppled Franklin Terrace towers. As the wire on East Baltimore's Proposition Joe continues to yield little, a restless McNulty launches his own reinvestigation of last year's prison suicide of D'Angelo Barksdale.

Greggs is also restless at work, but on the home front, she's chaffing at the domesticity that a partner and infant demands. On the street, bodies continue to drop, prompting Burrell and Rawls to jack up the heat on their district commanders. Burrell himself is feeling heat from Councilman Carcetti and reaches an uneasy peace with the legislator. The street violence also presents Daniels with the difficult decision of whether to help end a drug war in the Eastern -- at the cost of giving up a months-long wiretap.

original airdate--September 26,2004

network--HBO

music--Opening theme--"Way Down in the Hole" by The Neville Brothers

  1. "Atomic Dog" by George Clinton
  2. "Stand Up" by Ludacris & Shawnna

 

 

Epigraph--"There's never been a paper bag". - Colvin

Colvin makes this statement in his speech comparing the drug and alcohol prohibitions.

 

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