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Summary Answer: Idea of America being land of the free and people being allowed to do what they want. Idea of never-ending "game" that everyone on the street must play, regardless of if they like it/want to. Idea of "us" v "them" mentality between the streets (sticking together) and others. Detailed Answer: Firstly, for the benefit of others, I'll ...


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I think Sydnor is, in a way, supposed to represent the viewer. Over the course of five seasons, we learn nothing about his past, his personal life, or his ambitions. He is both figuratively and often times literally a passenger in the vehicle driven by Lester, McNulty and the rest of the police crew, just as we, the audience, are. What's interesting is ...


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Sydnor, as you see in the final episode, turns into McNulty. Sydnor was meant to be seen as Jimmy McNulty. Remember the final episode showed the "origin". Michael -> The new Omar Dukwon -> The new Bubbles Sydnor -> The new McNulty Carver -> Any middle management (Burell etc...) Kima -> the new Daniels (I'm not totally sure about this, but ...



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