The Wire: Season 2


# Air Date Title
1 Jun 01

Ebb Tide

“Ain’t never gonna be what it was.” — Little Big Roy

McNulty makes sure to pay back Rawls for reassigning him to the marine unit by sticking Ci…

2 Jun 08

Collateral Damage

“They can chew you up, but they gotta spit you out.” — McNulty

After the case gets dumped back in Russell’s lap, McNulty offers to help, ensuri…

3 Jun 15

Hot Shots

“What they need is a union.” — Russell

The non-English-speaking crew of the Atlantic Light proves no help in the investigation, but the first mate un…

4 Jun 22

Hard Cases

“If I hear the music, I’m gonna dance.” — Greggs

The medical examiner determines that the bad package which killed five inmates and hospitalize…

5 Jun 29


“They used to make steel there, no?” — Spiros Vondas

Ziggy’s inability to move a package costs him the Camaro and nearly his life, until Nick i…

6 Jul 06

All Prologue

“It don’t matter that some fool say he different…” — D’Angelo

The detail continues to look for the source of the union’s mone…

7 Jul 13


“Don’t worry, kid. You’re still on the clock.” — Horseface

Russell goes back in the bag for a day to con Sobotka’s crew into thinki…

8 Jul 27

Duck and Cover

“How come they don’t fly away?” — Ziggy

Sobotka and Nick visit the diner to meet with The Greek. Vondas tries to persuade them to meet with him…

9 Aug 03

Stray Rounds

“The world is a smaller place now.” — The Greek

On the new drug corner they commandeered from their rivals, Bodie and crew sell their repackaged dope…

10 Aug 10

Storm Warnings

“It pays to go with the union card every time.” — Ziggy

The detail uses satellite technology to its advantage. Bodie is unhappy that Proposition Joe…

11 Aug 17

Bad Dreams

“I need to get clean” — Sobotka

FBI agent Fitzhugh’s report detailing Sobotka’s plan to flip the next morning i…

12 Aug 24

Port in a Storm

“Business. Always business.” — The Greek

The detail has a setback. Russell and Bunk revisit Philly, looking for evidence. Brother Mouzone talks with…

About The Wire

Unlike most television crime dramas, which neatly introduce and then solve a case all in the space of one hour, HBO’s THE WIRE follows one single drug and homicide investigation throughout the length of an entire season. Centered on the drug culture of inner-city Baltimore, the series’ storyline unfolds from the points of view of both the criminals lording the streets and the police officers determined to bring them down.