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He then told Cheese that the next bullet in the gun was a copper jacketed hollow point bullet, a most definitely lethal shot.
Cheese, intimidated, leaves alongside his fellow dealers. Bodie , impressed, remarked of Mouzone's power to keep Proposition Joe's men at bay while merely reading his magazines, "That's real muscle.
While Brother Mouzone quickly achieved Avon's goal of keeping the towers his and his alone, it brought a halt to Stringer Bell and Prop Joe's covert plan to divide the business there between their organizations.
Prop Joe, aware and fearful of Brother Mouzone's reputation, could see no way to restore it, saying of Mouzone that he had more deaths to his name "than a Chinese cemetery.
Stringer was right, and not long after planting the lie in Omar's mind, Omar confronted Mouzone and shot him in the abdomen, severely wounding him.
However, Brother Mouzone's calm in the face of death made Omar realize that Stringer manipulated him and called an ambulance for Brother Mouzone himself.
Visiting Brother Mouzone in the hospital and unaware that Omar had discovered the truth, which in turn caused the Brother to realize Stringer had set him up, Stringer was unprepared for the Brother's announcement that their agreement was "absolved", and that he would be returning to New York.
Mouzone returned to Baltimore to search for Omar. He located Omar's current boyfriend Dante at a local gay club with advice from Vinson.
Mouzone and Lamar beats Dante until he revealed Omar's whereabouts. After he tracked Omar down he suggested that they team up to kill Stringer Bell.
Omar calls an ambulance for Mouzone and departs. While recovering in hospital Mouzone informs Stringer that their agreement is "absolved" and later returns to New York.
In season 3, Mouzone returns to Baltimore. He locates Omar's boyfriend Dante after seeking advice from Baltimore local Vinson.
Mouzone beats Dante until he reveals Omar's whereabouts. Rather than exact vengeance on Omar for shooting him, Mouzone suggests that they find and kill Stringer Bell together.
Avon, whose relationship with Stringer has become strained, after they repeatedly clash on strategy and Stringer reveals that he was responsible for D'Angelo Barksdale 's death, reluctantly gives Mouzone a time and a place to find Stringer after Mouzone threatens the Barksdale organization's connection to New York.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved The Wire. Episodes season 1 2 3 4 5. Colvin was forced to retire because of his actions and the deacon found him a new job working with a sociologist in studying the prevention of repeat violent offender behavior.
In his youth, Melvin Williams, the actor who plays the Deacon, was a real-life drug kingpin who was arrested by series writer Ed Burns in when the latter was a Baltimore city police officer.
Dee-Dee is a drug addict. In Season Three she shows up in the Hamsterdam area buying an eight-ball of cocaine from a car. She is played by Genevieve Hudson-Price, the daughter of author Richard Price , who writes for the show.
Hucklebuck is a drug addict and friend to Bubbles and Johnny. He often assists them on their "capers" to make money for drugs.
He is a part of Johnny's copper house robbery scam in season 1. Hucklebuck continues to live on the street when Bubbles is in recovery in season 5.
Lamar is the assistant and inept bodyguard of New York mercenary Brother Mouzone. He has accompanied Mouzone on both his visits to Baltimore.
On their first trip they worked at the Franklin Terrace high rises for Avon Barksdale — guarding his territory against East Side drug dealers.
Lamar failed to protect his charge against Omar Little on this trip. He was distracted by a dog and knocked unconscious by Omar while guarding a motel room door.
His failure allowed Omar to enter the room and shoot Brother Mouzone. Brother Mouzone recovered and returned to Baltimore for revenge.
He had Lamar seek out Omar in various gay bars, having learned that he was homosexual. Lamar resented the task and his visceral homophobia made him confrontational with those he came across while searching for Omar.
Raylene Lee is Michael Lee and "Bug"'s mother. She is a drug addict. Devar Manigault is Raylene Lee's partner and father to her younger son "Bug".
Devar is feared by Michael and it is implied that Michael suffered sexual abuse by Devar. Shortly after Devar is released from prison he is savagely beaten to death by Chris Partlow at Michael's behest.
Chris spits on him at the crime scene, leaving his DNA, leading to his arrest for murder. Squeak is the girlfriend of Bernard , a low level member of the Barksdale organization.
Bernard was responsible for supplying the organization with disposable mobile phones and was told to buy no more than two phones at any one outlet and provide receipts for his purchases.
Squeak's nagging convinced Bernard to start breaking these rules. Squeak was an old acquaintance of Bubbles and their association allowed the police to use her as an inroad to the Barksdale organization.
Bubbles put Squeak and Bernard in touch with Lester Freamon who was a posing as a conman who could provide them with phones at lower price.
With Squeak's encouragement, Bernard accepted Freamon's offer and began buying solely from him on the condition that he provide him with receipts.
Freamon gave Bernard pre-wiretapped phones that eventually brought down the Barksdale organization. When the investigation was closed with the arrest of Avon Barksdale , Bernard and Squeak were also brought in.
Bernard joked that he could not wait to go to jail to get away from Squeak. Sherrod is a young homeless boy who is befriended by Bubbles.
He has been living on the streets since his mother succumbed to drug addiction. He last regularly attended school in the fifth grade at Steuart Hill elementary, though Bubbles tried to get him to go back at some point between the third and fourth seasons.
As the fourth season starts, Bubbles is selling small items from a shopping cart to get by, and is trying to train Sherrod to run his own business.
Sherrod's basic math skills prove to be extremely poor, and Bubbles insists that he return to school.
Bubbles visits Edward Tilghman middle school with Sherrod and convinces the Assistant Principal, Marcia Donnelly , to take him in, even though he has been missing from the school system for years.
Sherrod only attends class once, when Bubbles forces him to, cutting class instead to go on the corner and deal drugs for "Jojo".
He tries to fake doing homework by bringing books from school back to the squat he shares with Bubbles. It is thus revealed that Sherrod is illiterate as well as innumerate , as he does not know that the two books he is trying to pass off to Bubbles as a textbook and its associated workbook are actually an algebra textbook and a dictionary; Sherrod is completely unaware of his blunder, as he cannot read the titles on the covers.
Bubbles, who can read, immediately notices Sherrod's lie and shows disappointment. When Bubbles finds Sherrod dealing on a school day, he tries to talk to him and is attacked by an addict who needs money.
Bubbles then tells Sherrod that he cannot stay with him any more unless he returns to school. Sherrod continues to deal drugs and is involved in an assault on Namond Brice when they vie for territory.
He also becomes a drug addict. Eventually, he returns to Bubbles, saying he wants to get away but he owes Jojo money. Bubbles offers Sherrod the chance to return home and says he will help with the debt.
Bubbles, however, had previously prepared a lethal "hot shot" of narcotics he intended to use to kill another addict who had repeatedly harassed and assaulted Bubbles.
Sherrod finds the vial Bubbles has prepared and takes it himself, dying soon afterwards. Walon is an HIV-positive recovering drug addict.
He first appears in season one when Bubbles and Johnny see him speaking at a Narcotics Anonymous meeting.
Bubbles is moved by the strength Walon conveys in his speech. They see Walon again in the projects looking after his drug addicted nephew.
Bubbles' conversations with Walon help him realise that he wants to get clean. When he makes a serious attempt, Walon gives him advice on keeping clean, which Bubbles is unable to stick with.
Years later, when Bubbles is locked in a medical rehab facility, Walon visits him to again help him with his sobriety and grief.
In season five he acts as Bubbles' sponsor, pushing him to be more open about his struggles and the death of Sherrod. In season one Johnny is Bubbles ' best friend and a drug addict with notoriously bad luck.
He is naive and enthusiastic for "the game", allowing Bubbles to play the role of teacher. In the pilot episode he is badly beaten by Bodie Broadus , Poot Carr and Wallace after trying to pass counterfeit money to D'Angelo Barksdale 's operation.
This spurs Bubbles to become a police informant but Johnny disapproves and takes no part in it except when arrested by police.
While in the hospital for that beating, Johnny discovers he is HIV positive; he also undergoes a colostomy operation. Unlike Bubbles he shows no interest in giving up his addiction and continues thievery and various other scams with Bubbles, despite carrying a colostomy bag.
In the season three finale he dies from an overdose and his body is discovered in a vacant house in the "Hamsterdam" free zone that Major Colvin had set up.
Johnny is based on a young white homeless addict that David Simon met while researching The Corner. This man would follow Simon's subject, drug addict Gary McCullough, around.
After getting out of prison he joins back up with the Barksdale crew as muscle, but cannot complete a task he was assigned.
Instead, he leaves the criminal world and starts up a boxing center in an attempt to reach out to local street youths.
He is later wounded trying to talk Michael Lee out of a life of crime. He reappears in Season 5 to briefly train Dukie as well as to give him advice on how to deal with people that give him trouble.