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How a Flawed Jimmy McNulty Used His Addictions to Fuel His Desire to Be Good Police in ‘The Wire’

The film and television analysis platform ScreenPrism, who offered excellent analysis of Game of Thrones, turned their sights to another HBO show, the superb 2005 series The Wire. Their first episode focuses on the deeply flawed but well intentioned character of Jimmy McNulty, a police detective whose thirst for justice is just as strong as...
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