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Episode 9 : Late Editions

Posted by Valentina Breitenberg

8.8

Season 5

Duration  :  

1h 00m

"Deserve got nuthin' to do with it." - Snoop A promising lead makes Freamon's hard work worthwhile, although McNulty doesn't feel like a celebration. Michael is suspicious about his latest assignment;.Haynes gets fresh eyes to help with fact-checking. Namond's debating skills make Colvin proud. Davis points a finger at Levy and the courts. And Bubbles recounts a recent temptation overcome.

Guest Stars: Michael Kenneth Williams


Genres: Drama, Crime


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Season 5 | Episode 9 : Late Editions

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Episodes
Episode 1 : More With Less
8.3
Episode 2 : Unconfirmed Reports
8.5
Episode 3 : Not for Attribution
9.0
Episode 4 : Transitions
8.9
Episode 5 : React Quotes
8.9
Episode 6 : The Dickensian Aspect
8.8
Episode 7 : Took
8.6
Episode 8 : Clarifications
8.5
Episode 10 : -30-
9.0

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