Fantastic man Mark Radulich joins the Man Cave to continue our look back at The Wire. In this episode we’ll review season 3, which wraps up everything you enjoyed about season 1 of the series. We’ll talk about Hamsterdam and the legalization of drugs, the political aspect of the show, McNulty’s realizing that the job isn’t everything, and the conflict between Stringer and Avon. Once again, if you love the show, this is a great way to relive its greatness.
Great man Mark Radulich joins the Man Cave to continue our trek through The Wire. This episode we’ll go through season 2 and discussion everything that went wrong with the detail, the Sobotka’s, the Barksdale’s, and pretty much everyone who wasn’t Greek. Even though this was a transitional season, there is still plenty to talk about as a lot of what happens in season 2 sets up the rest of the series.
All-around personality Mark Radulich joins the Man Cave to look back at one of the greatest TV shows in history, The Wire. Unlike in previous TV show review podcasts though, we couldn’t fit all the details of The Wire series into one podcast, so we’re looking back season by season. In this episode we’ll go through season one and give our thoughts on all the main plots including Jimmy McNulty’s quest for greatness, Stringer Bell’s quest for legitimate success, D’Angelo Barksdale’s quest to understand the game, Omar’s quest for revenge, and so much more. We’ll go into as many details as we can about the season and tell you why you should watch the show if you love smart television.