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  • (1) Las fechas de emisión y rating/ranking corresponden a Estados Unidos
  • Garak falls ill after using a implant in his brain continuously and Bashir struggles to save his life.
  • Everybody keeps telling me I need to watch The Wire, but I just don't know if I've got the time. I mean, it's a really long-ass show, and kinda hard to get ahold of without either pirating or paying for it.
  • Algorian mammoet; Arawath kolonie; Bezetting van Bajor; Cardassia prime; Cardassian gemechaniseerde infanterie; Cardassian shuttle; Cardassian unie; Cardassians; dabo; dabo meisje; Dax, Curzon; Dax, Tobin; Dukat; Galipotans; Galipotan vrachtschip; glinn; gul; Hartla; Herhalend epos; hersenimplantaat; hyperzine; hypospray; i'danian kruidenpudding; kanar; Klingon rijk; Klingon restaurant; latinum; Ledonia III; Meditations on a Crimson Shadow ; Merak II; Never Ending Sacrifice, The; nillimite; O'Brien, Keiko; Obsidian orde; Preloc; racket; Rode blad thee; Rigel IV; Romulan; Romulus; Saurian brandewijn; Stolpan; Tal Shiar; Tal Shiar Hoofdkwartier; Tarkalean thee; tennis; Terok Nor; triptacederine; zelfmoord; ziekenboeg.
  • Thanks to the fame of The Wire, a television show called Baltimore was produced by HBO, based on the various goings-on of the city. The show opened to mixed reviews, some praising the naturalistic acting while others panned it for "not being as realistic as The Wire."
  • The Wire was a game designed and hosted by Maurice based on The Wire TV Series - Season 1 only. It began on May 31st, 2011 and ended in a Indy win in N4 and a Baddie win in D5.
  • The Wire was the main antagonist of the Doctor Who episode "The Idiot's Lantern". It was an alien criminal that menaced the population of England in 1953 for a few days before and during the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. It was portrayed by Maureen Lipman.
  • Since the show's first episode in 2002, the American people have been astonished by HBO's Un-American anti-drug war propaganda. But no one could have predicted a show punctuated by such dispicable abuses of American (language) like ebonics and street drug slang could have made it through four seasons in the respectable world of premium cable television. Apparently the crass pigs at HBO have asked for one last season, let us hope the madness ends, and these rancid ideas are allowed to go back to the hell from whence they came.
  • A secret intelligence-gathering organization that was founded by Pel during the Interregnum. The Wire consisted of various minor nobles and Teckla who passed information via word of mouth, at a time when sorcery did not function, making psionic communication all but impossible for most people. Members of The Wire were sworn to secrecy about its very existence, disclosure of which would most likely result in death. Important figures within The Wire organization wore special signet rings to identify themselves to other members.
  • After capture, the Wire was sentenced to death and executed by its people. It survived, though, and preserved itself as an energy being and escaped to Earth. It concealed itself in television signals, transferring itself from set to set. It fed off the mental signals of human brains, paralysing them and sucking out their energy with electrical tendrils. This process left the victims mindless and faceless. The victim's consciousness was retained intact, as seen when the Wire showed the Doctor a sampling of its victims on the televisions in Magpie's shop. The Wire used the image of a female BBC continuity announcer to communicate with the outside world. It hoped to use this energy to manifest itself in corporeal form once more.
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  • 2011-08-23
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  • 6
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  • (1) Las fechas de emisión y rating/ranking corresponden a Estados Unidos
  • Garak falls ill after using a implant in his brain continuously and Bashir struggles to save his life.
  • Everybody keeps telling me I need to watch The Wire, but I just don't know if I've got the time. I mean, it's a really long-ass show, and kinda hard to get ahold of without either pirating or paying for it.
  • Algorian mammoet; Arawath kolonie; Bezetting van Bajor; Cardassia prime; Cardassian gemechaniseerde infanterie; Cardassian shuttle; Cardassian unie; Cardassians; dabo; dabo meisje; Dax, Curzon; Dax, Tobin; Dukat; Galipotans; Galipotan vrachtschip; glinn; gul; Hartla; Herhalend epos; hersenimplantaat; hyperzine; hypospray; i'danian kruidenpudding; kanar; Klingon rijk; Klingon restaurant; latinum; Ledonia III; Meditations on a Crimson Shadow ; Merak II; Never Ending Sacrifice, The; nillimite; O'Brien, Keiko; Obsidian orde; Preloc; racket; Rode blad thee; Rigel IV; Romulan; Romulus; Saurian brandewijn; Stolpan; Tal Shiar; Tal Shiar Hoofdkwartier; Tarkalean thee; tennis; Terok Nor; triptacederine; zelfmoord; ziekenboeg.
  • Thanks to the fame of The Wire, a television show called Baltimore was produced by HBO, based on the various goings-on of the city. The show opened to mixed reviews, some praising the naturalistic acting while others panned it for "not being as realistic as The Wire."
  • The Wire was a game designed and hosted by Maurice based on The Wire TV Series - Season 1 only. It began on May 31st, 2011 and ended in a Indy win in N4 and a Baddie win in D5.
  • The Wire was the main antagonist of the Doctor Who episode "The Idiot's Lantern". It was an alien criminal that menaced the population of England in 1953 for a few days before and during the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. It was portrayed by Maureen Lipman.
  • After capture, the Wire was sentenced to death and executed by its people. It survived, though, and preserved itself as an energy being and escaped to Earth. It concealed itself in television signals, transferring itself from set to set. It fed off the mental signals of human brains, paralysing them and sucking out their energy with electrical tendrils. This process left the victims mindless and faceless. The victim's consciousness was retained intact, as seen when the Wire showed the Doctor a sampling of its victims on the televisions in Magpie's shop. The Wire used the image of a female BBC continuity announcer to communicate with the outside world. It hoped to use this energy to manifest itself in corporeal form once more. The Wire stole the face of Mr Magpie, who owned an electrical shop, and gave it back to him, giving him plans for then-future technologies (such as a portable television small enough to carry in one hand) and promised him freedom after the completion of its simple two-phase plan: First, have Magpie sell cheap television sets all over North London so it could feed. Second, have Magpie connect the Wire (inside the portable television) to the television transmission tower at Alexandra Palace on Queen Elizabeth II's coronation day, June 2nd, 1953. Connected to the tower, the Wire would both transmit itself to the estimated three million viewers watching in the vicinity and transmit back energy it would use to reconstitute its corporeal body. The Tenth Doctor trapped the Wire on a Betamax tape using a homemade video recorder. The Wire's victims were restored to their normal selves. The Doctor seemed confident that the Wire would remain trapped, but said that he would tape over it, just to be safe. (TV: The Idiot's Lantern)
  • Since the show's first episode in 2002, the American people have been astonished by HBO's Un-American anti-drug war propaganda. But no one could have predicted a show punctuated by such dispicable abuses of American (language) like ebonics and street drug slang could have made it through four seasons in the respectable world of premium cable television. Apparently the crass pigs at HBO have asked for one last season, let us hope the madness ends, and these rancid ideas are allowed to go back to the hell from whence they came.
  • A secret intelligence-gathering organization that was founded by Pel during the Interregnum. The Wire consisted of various minor nobles and Teckla who passed information via word of mouth, at a time when sorcery did not function, making psionic communication all but impossible for most people. Members of The Wire were sworn to secrecy about its very existence, disclosure of which would most likely result in death. Important figures within The Wire organization wore special signet rings to identify themselves to other members. The Wire, while used primarily to aid Kâna in his attempt to re-establish the Empire late in the Interregnum, was loyal to Pel personally, so that when Pel switched alliances and turned against Kâna, the usurper lost his most effective intelligence service.
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