The Sun breaks a major story linking Campbell with drug dealer Ricardo 'Fatface Rick' Hendrix (Troj Strickland) in a suspicious real estate deal. With the closure of the MCU, McNulty and Greggs return to homicide, Sydnor and Freamon are transferred to the impending grand jury investigation of Davis, and Dozerman is moved to tactical. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to the police, Herc has taken a job as a private investigator for Levy, and is using his contacts inside the department to feed Levy information. The closure of the MCU emboldens Marlo, who orders several murders and attempts to subvert Prop Joe and contact Vondas directly. However, in doing so, he runs into an unexpected face from the past. At The Sun, when Haynes pitches a series of articles examining the social ills of the poor in Baltimore, he is overruled by executive editor James Whiting, III (Sam Freed), who wants to focus the series on the schooling system instead, placing ambitious reporter Scott Templeton (Tom McCarthy) in...
Did You Know?
In the first scene, the recovering addict sharing her feeling in the group is Dee Dee, who was first seen in Hamsterdam, asking for an eight-ball (S03 E08) and later in the series, becomes a prostitute (S04 E08). See more
Tom McCarthy's name is listed twice as one of the actors: first, in the opening credits as one of the main cast members; second, at the end credits with guest stars and supporting actors who are outside of the main cast. See more
You know how that go, right? Gave myself all these little rules about what I wouldn't do. Like I told myself I'd do a lot of shit to get high, but I swore I wouldn't ever trick. So, after I'm tricking, I thought, "This ain't so bad. I'll do this for a while, except I'll make some more rules for myself, like I'm going to use condoms, and I'm never going to go with more than one guy at the same time". Well, let's just say that there are some things that I told myself I would never do. You know ...
Features Nancy Grace
Don't Cry Baby
Written by Saul Bernie
(uncredited), James P. Johnson
(uncredited) and Stella Unger
Performed by Etta James See more