The Intro Of Season 4 Of 'The Wire Vs. Haim's 'The Wire

"Mr. Prezbo." This is somewhat mesmerizing. I don't know if one could create a more glaring juxtaposition than that of the lauded show and the breakup anthem. It's pretty good. Of course this isn't the actual introduction. The real intros didn't have the characters' faces prominently displayed. But adding the kids in this one really makes it look like something that would have been on T.G.I.F. on ABC, and not some show where people get shot in the head after you learn to love them. "Fuck Mr. Prezbo."

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I could listen to these guys talk for six hours... Do you like The Wire? Of course you do! What a silly question that was! Because you like (love?) The Wire, you're going to be extremely interested in this hour-and-twenty-minute video that features a reunion of some of the biggest names on the show, both actors and producers. Normally, we wouldn't be satisfied with just "some" of the biggest names, but The Wire had dozens and dozens and dozens of compelling characters, so we'll give them a pass for just getting a handful onstage. Anyway, it's really great to see the cast together again, and it's also great to see the actors as themselves, rather than their characters. If only because a reunion of The Wire CHARACTERS would be a terrifying thing. (A.V. Club)


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