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For Immediate Release Oct. 18, 2006 THE WIRE - NOV. EPISODES Episode #45: "Corner Boys" Debut date: SUNDAY, NOV. 5 (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT) HBO On Demand availability: Oct. 30-Jan. 1 Other HBO playdates: 7 (11:30 p.m.), 8 (midnight), 10 (10:00 p.m.), 11 (1:00 a.m. ET/11:50 p.m. PT) and 17 (9:00 p.m.) HBO2 playdate: Nov. 6 (9:00 p.m.) To monitor the pulse on the street, Carcetti (Aidan Gillen) makes the rounds with members of the force. With Marimow (Boris McGiver) on his case, Herc (Domenick Lombardozzi) resorts to strong-arm tactics to retrieve his pinched camera, but Marlo (Jamie Hector) isn't impressed. While Proposition Joe (Robert F. Chew) shows off his vocal range, Chris (Gbenga Akinnagbe) shows Snoop (Felicia Pearson) how to expose, and dispose of, New York infiltrators. At school, Prez (Jim True-Frost) struggles to fit a test-practice mandate into his curriculum, and Colvin (Robert Wisdom) figures out a way to involve Namond (Julito McCullum) and other "corner boys" in problem solving. Not buying into Old Face Andre's (Alfonso Christian Lover) account of a homicide, Bunk (Wendell Pierce) tries to convert Holley (Brian Anthony Wilson) and Crutchfield (Gregory L. Williams) to his way of thinking. A newly sober McNulty (Dominic West) attends an Irish cop wake - with a not-so-sober Bunk. Daniels (Lance Reddick) gains the mayor's confidence, while Rawls (John Doman) confirms Burrell's (Frankie R. Faison) suspicions of collusion. Randy (Maestro Harrell) finds himself on a short leash; Dukie (Jermaine Crawford) learns that computer skills breed popularity; and Michael (Tristan Wilds) is dismayed by the unexpected return of a missing family member. Teleplay by Richard Price; story by Ed Burns & Richard Price; directed by Agnieszka Holland. Episode #46: "Know Your Place" Debut date: SUNDAY, NOV. 12 (10:00-11:00 p.m.) HBO On Demand availability: Nov. 6-Jan. 1 Other HBO playdates: Nov. 14 (11:30 p.m.), 15 (midnight), 17 (10:00 p.m.) and 18 (1:55 a.m.) HBO2 playdate: Nov. 13 (9:00 p.m.) Poot (Trey Cheney) returns to the corner after a stint in prison - and is welcomed back by Herc and Dozerman (Rick Otto). Carcetti engages in a testy budget ballet with City Council President Campbell (Marlyne Afflack), rewards Daniels with a promotion, and hits a snag in his efforts to relieve Burrell of his duties. Bubbles (Andre Royo) fingers a witness for Herc, but the detective is slow to return the favor. While Prez is frustrated by the imposition of training for statewide tests in his curriculum, Colvin motivates his class by offering a dinner incentive to his student groups. Randy puts the math skills he's learned in class to work on the street; his success allows him to get Prez to bankroll his candy business. While Michael turns to Marlo for help with a problem, Old Face Andre turns to Proposition Joe for protection against Marlo. Teleplay by Kia Corthron; story by Ed Burns & Kia Corthron; directed by Alex Zakrzewski. Episode #47: "Misgivings" Debut date: SUNDAY, NOV. 19 (10:00-11:00 p.m.) HBO On Demand availability: Nov. 13-Jan. 1 Other HBO playdates: Nov. 21 (11:30 p.m.), 22 (midnight), 24 (10:00 p.m.) and 25 (1:15 a.m.), and Dec. 8 (8:00 p.m.) HBO2 playdate: Nov. 20 (9:00 p.m.) Acting on Clay Davis' (Isiah Whitlock) advice, Burrell seeks to burnish his reputation by ordering the department to double the number of street arrests. The mandate does not sit well with McNulty, who sets his sights instead on cracking a string of church robberies. Later, Davis shows he can play both sides of the political fence by making Carcetti an offer with long-term benefits for both. As the weather turns cold, school officials turn up the heat in Prez's classroom, and make it clear to Colvin that there are no exceptions to certain rules. After being apprehended, interrogated and released, Kevin is advised by Bodie (JD Williams) to come clean about the incident to Marlo. Betrayed again by Herc, Bubbles decides to get even with the unwitting help of a local minister. Busted by Carver (Seth Gilliam), Namond spends the night in the precinct, then is released to Colvin's home, where he proves, surprisingly, an exemplary guest. Donut's (Nathan Corbett) latest joyride ends badly; Randy is stigmatized at school; Chris takes care of Michael's problem. Teleplay by Eric Overmyer; story by Ed Burns & Eric Overmyer; directed by Ernest Dickerson. Episode #48: "A New Day" Debut date: SUNDAY, NOV. 26 (10:00-11:00 p.m.) HBO On Demand availability: Nov. 20-Jan. 1 Other HBO playdates: Nov. 28 (11:30 p.m.) and 29 (11:00 p.m.), and Dec. 1 (10:00 p.m.), 2 (12:15 a.m.) and 8 (9:00 p.m.) HBO2 playdate: Nov. 27 (9:00 p.m.) After flexing his muscles around the city, Carcetti faces his first dilemma when a group of ministers protests Herc's mistreatment of one of their own. Later, the mayor reverses Burrell's mass-arrest mandate, but Burrell still has some cards left to play. Michael and the boys enact an elaborate revenge plot on a mean cop, Officer Walker (Jonnie Louis Brown). Namond makes a leap of faith; Randy gets the cold shoulder at school; Dukie gets a bump; Colvin fights for the future of his class experiment. Pearlman (Deirdre Lovejoy) and Daniels raise the curtain on "a new day" in Homicide, to the detectives' delight. Rawls passes the ball to Daniels on the Herc situation, urging the new Colonel to "do the right thing." Later, Daniels resurrects the Major Crimes unit, and returns Freamon (Clarke Peters) to the detail room with new authority and freedom. Reunited with Sherrod (Rashid Orange), the Bubbles depot rides again, but the good times don't last. An irate Prez confronts Carver for putting Randy in danger, but learns that Herc was at fault for not delivering the boy to Bunk. Omar (Michael K. Williams) and Reynaldo (Ramon A. Rodriguez) pay a menacing visit to Proposition Joe, with their own proposition. Freamon has a revelation at a crime scene that promises to blow the lid off an unsolved mystery. Teleplay by Ed Burns; story by David Simon & Ed Burns; directed by Brad Anderson. THE WIRE was created by David Simon; executive producers, David Simon and Nina Kostroff Noble; co-executive producer, Joe Chappelle; producers, Edward Burns and Karen Thorson; consulting producer, Eric Overmyer.






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  • Oct. 22, 2006, 1:18 a.m. CST

    If you want to know what happens this season

    by asleeplessmind

    ... Just watch it, the whole thing leaked and has been out for download out there for awhile now. At the end Freamon gets command of the Major Case Squad, which McNulty wants to be apart. Bodie gets shot in the damn head when he decides to turn on Marlo, Omar steals Marlo's whole drug shipment and sells it back to him. Uh, some other stuff happens too.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 3:05 a.m. CST

    HOT DAMN this show is the best

    by topaz4206

    Yeah I finished the season as well. Such a glimmer of optimism running throughout the season, with a mayor that actually seemed to want to make positive changes. You could just sense that it was all going to come tumbling down. The finale was so heartbreaking, and unfortunately didn't have even the tiniest victory for the good guys, like the first three seasons had. I feel like I've just been punched in the stomach. Still, easily the best writing on television. This show is a work of art.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 4 a.m. CST

    HUGE SPOILER WARNING FOR "asleeplessmind's" post

    by Cod Profundity

    Heh, don't want those without teh torrent to have it ruined for them. Greatest show in history, probably it's best season and a beautiful yet terrible end.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 5:46 a.m. CST

    best season yet !!!

    by giger167

    Yes this season has set the bar high. The kids have really added to a cast that was already probably the best ensemble on tv at the moment. Some of the scenes in later eps are quite brutally emotional, and one particular scene (which I wont spoil) almost defies belief in its intencity (you'll know it when you see it lol) Just watched the first three season again on dvd before I started watching this season and as a whole think this show could stand head to head with any show ever televised, it really is that good.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 6:02 a.m. CST

    Can someone please delete asleeplessmind's post

    by ChorleyFM

    Luckily I have downloaded the whole series, but for those who haven't it is really out of order.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 11:27 a.m. CST

    I wouldn't say there were enigmatic...

    by Cod Profundity

    well with the exception of the amazing Marlo Stanfield, the tactiturn, enigmatic and ruthless drugs kingpin. However what the show has over those you mentioned Ashok0 is blistering performances from every cast member, every character is drawn so skillfully and realistically they make Jack Bauer look like cardboard. It also speaks about the state of the US today without ever once being preaching or PC or propagandist. The most striking thing about it though is that it simultaneously disects an incredibly specific time and location while examining nationwide institutions and problem with an insiders eye.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 11:34 a.m. CST

    Great season.

    by CatVutt

    It's really amazing, particularly watching the whole season over the span of a week or two, as so many of us have, it would appear. And the finale is certainly a gut punch. What makes the writing and execution so damn sharp is that even though you KNOW, logically, how certain events will have to go down and resolve, when they do, you still feel it all and buy into it completely. And I loved the arc of the 'ring'. Fucking beautiful touch. Best writing on TV? Absolutely.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 12:11 p.m. CST

    I don't know where your chair went...

    by California Split

    ...make that your first case.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 12:23 p.m. CST

    RE: Omar

    by topaz4206

    Also, Omar might be the one of the top 5 coolest characters in the history of television.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 12:55 p.m. CST

    Best Show Ever

    by NeotheLessar

    Watch it!

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 1:02 p.m. CST

    From the 2nd season

    by Neil McCauleys Crew

    The Greek's people have some nerve to show back up in Baltimore after what they did to Sobotka. Maybe season 5 will end somehow with that org getting its due even if it ends up being Marlo who does them in.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 1:10 p.m. CST

    The Wire rules!

    by R.C. the "Wise"

    Nuff said!

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 2:28 p.m. CST

    Someone Ban Salami Sam

    by topaz4206

    TWO spams in ONE talkback? Go fuck yourself

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 3:29 p.m. CST

    Ashok0

    by Red Ned Lynch

    The Wire is the best show on television right now. It is possibly the best drama series in the history of television. Now I love the dark opera that's BSG, and I love the most suspenseful, most exciting, longest action movie to ever be a tv series that's 24, and I even like, though mostly for the characters the semi-supernatural soap that is Lost. But there's just no comparison. There are so many true moments in The Wire, moments of recognition that will touch on your life. The characters are flawlessly consistent, even when another show might take a pass to help out the plot, even when you're screaming for someone to do the smart thing, not the thing that, damn them, they would do. The story lines don't just circle and interconnect, they stalk each other like hungry predators. And a great many of the performances are so good that it would be hard to watch the actors in another part without it being suffused with echoes of their roles in this. The Wire is just superlative, a great long novel in television form. But be warned. With The Wire you have to be patient. I've known plenty of people who stopped watching The Wire after one or two episodes. But I have never met anyone who stopped watching after four. But here's the bottom line. I love BSG and 24, think they're both at the top of their particular games, but I can point to plenty of things in each I think could and should have been done better. There were some things I think could have been executed better on Deadwood, which was probably my second favorite show before it was murdered. But I can't think of a single thing, the three seasons and running, of The Wire, that failed either the plot or the characters. It really is simply the most flawless show on television. It will break your heart and make you giddy with triumph and it will often do those things in back to back scenes. Watch it from the beginning and you will be rewarded as no other show out there can reward you. And I envy you if you do, because the only thing better than watching The Wire again would be watching it again for the first time.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 5:09 p.m. CST

    to clarify

    by Holodigm

    the show took last week off, right?

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 6:32 p.m. CST

    Wire aint all that

    by graycove

    Yeah, I like it, but too many characters. I really wouldn't care if any one of them died or got demoted or fired or busted, just kinda lays there. It's well done, I"m just not engaged by it.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 6:41 p.m. CST

    6 Stars. A Pitchfork 10.1

    by Cameron1

    It's that simple, show is so good it has to be rated on a different scale. It's the TV equivalent of Michelangelo's David, Hamlet etc etc.

  • Oct. 22, 2006, 11:09 p.m. CST

    the wire is dogme 95

    by bipple

    as a show

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 1:47 a.m. CST

    Anyone who thinks Battlestar G. is the best show on tv

    by My Ass Smells

    hasn't seen THE WIRE. Science fiction is for losers!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 4:34 a.m. CST

    Wire v BSG v The Sopranos

    by Rasputin77

    Reading these boards you would think there is only room for one good television program and all others must be stricken from our lives. People, there is room for differences in taste! I love the Sopranos and Battlestar G for different reasons and don't feel the need to compare them. They inhabit their own worlds. This current surge in love for The Wire has also picqued my interest and I will definitely try to track the show down. I hope it lives up to the hype. I wish people didn't need to shoot down other shows to express their love for "their show". Taste is such a relative thing. You've got to let this "best show of all time" crap go. Having said that, I throw my vote at I, Claudius. I just love those tacky BBC sets!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 4:37 a.m. CST

    The Wire v BSG v The Sopranos

    by Rasputin77

    Reading these boards you would think there is only room for one good television program and all others must be stricken from our lives. People, there is room for differences in taste! I love the Sopranos and Battlestar G for different reasons and don't feel the need to compare them. They inhabit their own worlds. This current surge in love for The Wire has also picqued my interest and I will definitely try to track the show down. I hope it lives up to the hype. I wish people didn't need to shoot down other shows to express their love for "their show". Taste is such a relative thing. You've got to let this "best show of all time" crap go. Having said that, I throw my vote at I, Claudius. I just love those tacky BBC sets!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 11:54 a.m. CST

    Courtesy, People

    by Boxcutter

    Asleeplessmind - you are a cad and a bounder, sir/madam, for posting without a spoiler warning. So you have bit-torrent: how big and clever. Anyway, now that's out of my system...Us mere mortals with cable are only halfway through this season. For once, what we have here is a piece of work that outstrips and transcends all the superlatives applied to it. When the fifth and final season is done, we're going to be left with an epic vision of the neglect of urban America. No praise is high enough for the quality, passion and commitment that drive this show: from writing to casting to direction, it's just magnificent. 24 and Lost are terrific fun and entertaining as all hell, but The Wire is special, and we'e lucky.

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 12:50 p.m. CST

    The Best Show Period

    by gandalftheblack

    Just finished watching Season 4 (a leaked screener). Needless to say: There isn't a better show on TV!! This show draws you more and more into it every episode! Don't wanna spoil it for everyone, but the conclusion is sadly satisfying. You get to see the different paths these kids are headed on. I hope they are back for season 5 cause I NEED to see how Dukie and Randy end up, it wasn't that pretty. 24 and Lost are great, but they don't exist in reality the way The Wire does. If you know this environment you know a Bubbles, a Marlo, an Omar (one of the baddest mofos TV has to offer- only tougher SOBs are Jack Bauer and Vic Mackey). This shows give you 100% raw reality in a compelling and interesting way. I'm gonna see in on TV to give it the ratings, but it's the truth!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 12:53 p.m. CST

    The Best Show Period

    by gandalftheblack

    Just finished watching Season 4 (a leaked screener). Needless to say: There isn't a better show on TV!! This show draws you more and more into it every episode! Don't wanna spoil it for everyone, but the conclusion is sadly satisfying. You get to see the different paths these kids are headed on. I hope they are back for season 5 cause I NEED to see how Dukie and Randy end up, it wasn't that pretty. 24 and Lost are great, but they don't exist in reality the way The Wire does. If you know this environment you know a Bubbles, a Marlo, an Omar (one of the baddest mofos TV has to offer- only tougher SOBs are Jack Bauer and Vic Mackey). This shows give you 100% raw reality in a compelling and interesting way. I'm gonna see in on TV to give it the ratings, but it's the truth!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 12:53 p.m. CST

    The Best Show Period

    by gandalftheblack

    Just finished watching Season 4 (a leaked screener). Needless to say: There isn't a better show on TV!! This show draws you more and more into it every episode! Don't wanna spoil it for everyone, but the conclusion is sadly satisfying. You get to see the different paths these kids are headed on. I hope they are back for season 5 cause I NEED to see how Dukie and Randy end up, it wasn't that pretty. 24 and Lost are great, but they don't exist in reality the way The Wire does. If you know this environment you know a Bubbles, a Marlo, an Omar (one of the baddest mofos TV has to offer- only tougher SOBs are Jack Bauer and Vic Mackey). This shows give you 100% raw reality in a compelling and interesting way. I'm gonna see in on TV to give it the ratings, but it's the truth!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 12:54 p.m. CST

    The Best Show Period

    by gandalftheblack

    Just finished watching Season 4 (a leaked screener). Needless to say: There isn't a better show on TV!! This show draws you more and more into it every episode! Don't wanna spoil it for everyone, but the conclusion is sadly satisfying. You get to see the different paths these kids are headed on. I hope they are back for season 5 cause I NEED to see how Dukie and Randy end up, it wasn't that pretty. 24 and Lost are great, but they don't exist in reality the way The Wire does. If you know this environment you know a Bubbles, a Marlo, an Omar (one of the baddest mofos TV has to offer- only tougher SOBs are Jack Bauer and Vic Mackey). This shows give you 100% raw reality in a compelling and interesting way. I'm gonna see in on TV to give it the ratings, but it's the truth!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 12:57 p.m. CST

    The Best Show Period

    by gandalftheblack

    Just finished watching Season 4 (a leaked screener). Needless to say: There isn't a better show on TV!! This show draws you more and more into it every episode! Don't wanna spoil it for everyone, but the conclusion is sadly satisfying. You get to see the different paths these kids are headed on. I hope they are back for season 5 cause I NEED to see how Dukie and Randy end up, it wasn't that pretty. 24 and Lost are great, but they don't exist in reality the way The Wire does. If you know this environment you know a Bubbles, a Marlo, an Omar (one of the baddest mofos TV has to offer- only tougher SOBs are Jack Bauer and Vic Mackey). This shows give you 100% raw reality in a compelling and interesting way. I'm gonna see in on TV to give it the ratings, but it's the truth!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 12:58 p.m. CST

    The Best Show Period

    by gandalftheblack

    Just finished watching Season 4 (a leaked screener). Needless to say: There isn't a better show on TV!! This show draws you more and more into it every episode! Don't wanna spoil it for everyone, but the conclusion is sadly satisfying. You get to see the different paths these kids are headed on. I hope they are back for season 5 cause I NEED to see how Dukie and Randy end up, it wasn't that pretty. 24 and Lost are great, but they don't exist in reality the way The Wire does. If you know this environment you know a Bubbles, a Marlo, an Omar (one of the baddest mofos TV has to offer- only tougher SOBs are Jack Bauer and Vic Mackey). This shows give you 100% raw reality in a compelling and interesting way. I'm gonna see in on TV to give it the ratings, but it's the truth!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 1:41 p.m. CST

    Best Show Ever

    by gandalftheblack

    Just finished watching Season 4 (a leaked screener). Needless to say: There isn't a better show on TV!! This show draws you more and more into it every episode! Don't wanna spoil it for everyone, but the conclusion is sadly satisfying. You get to see the different paths these kids are headed on. I hope they are back for season 5 cause I NEED to see how Dukie and Randy end up, it wasn't that pretty. 24 and Lost are great, but they don't exist in reality the way The Wire does. If you know this environment you know a Bubbles, a Marlo, an Omar (one of the baddest mofos TV has to offer- only tougher SOBs are Jack Bauer and Vic Mackey). This shows give you 100% raw reality in a compelling and interesting way. I'm gonna see in on TV to give it the ratings, but it's the truth!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 1:49 p.m. CST

    Best Show Ever

    by gandalftheblack

    Just finished watching Season 4 (a leaked screener). Needless to say: There isn't a better show on TV!! This show draws you more and more into it every episode! Don't wanna spoil it for everyone, but the conclusion is sadly satisfying. You get to see the different paths these kids are headed on. I hope they are back for season 5 cause I NEED to see how Dukie and Randy end up, it wasn't that pretty. 24 and Lost are great, but they don't exist in reality the way The Wire does. If you know this environment you know a Bubbles, a Marlo, an Omar (one of the baddest mofos TV has to offer- only tougher SOBs are Jack Bauer and Vic Mackey). This shows give you 100% raw reality in a compelling and interesting way. I'm gonna see in on TV to give it the ratings, but it's the truth!

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 3:33 p.m. CST

    believe the hype

    by turketron

    Yep, The Wire is as good as everyone says it is. But if you haven't seen it do yourself a favor and watch it from the beginning, as you should with any good television show. Season 2 wasn't that great (and I'm sure ppl will disagree, but fuk em), but 1, 3, and 4(what we've seen so far) have been EXCELLENT.

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 4:57 p.m. CST

    The final three episodes of this season...

    by muckfire

    Though I have HBO, the lure of the season being available online was too strong. I finished the season last night. The last three episodes are the best of the entire series... The sense of dread and hopelessness just continues to build to a crescendo. It's unbelievable how more people don't watch this show- I can only think of a handful of movies that are better directed, scripted, or acted.

  • Oct. 23, 2006, 6:28 p.m. CST

    !!!Nothing Better!!!

    by gandalftheblack

    Just finished watching Season 4 (a leaked screener). Needless to say: THERE ISN'T A BETTER SHOW ON TV!!! This show draws you in more and more every episode! Don't wanna spoil it for everyone, but the conclusion is "sadly satisfying" You get to see the different paths these 4 kids are headed on. I hope they are back for Season 5 (there HAS to be a Season 5) cause I NEED to see how Dukie (sp) and Randy end up, it wasn't that pretty for either if them. 24 and Lost are great shows, but they don't exist in reality and eren't told as flawlessly as was done this season of The Wire (and I'm the biggest 24/Lost geek). If you know the environment of The Wire, you know a Bubbles, you know a Marlo, you know an Omar (one of the baddest mofos TV has to offer. The only toughert SOBs on TV are Jack Bauer and Vic Mackey, and Omar might have one up on them). This show gives you 100% raw reality in a coimpelling and interesting way. I'm still gonna watch the episodes when they air to give this show the ratings it deserves cause it's the truth!!!!!

  • Oct. 24, 2006, 6:38 a.m. CST

    24?!?!

    by elab49

    Look - no offence. It is OK - superbly skilled pacing with some decent performances. But if the conceit fails with you you have to appreciate the script is a load of ridiculous tosh and you sit watching it wondering what is wrong with all the fans taking in this absurd dialogue. It simply isn't in the same league as a piece like The Wire and it is possible that if you are suckered into superficial stuff like 24, which is all glib no substance then you might not like The Wire. Which is, simply, one of the greatest shows ever made. Lost - ridiculous comparison. Dumb show. BSG - not so bad in respect of the fact that it is excellently written and brimming with ideas. And deals with religion in a fascinating manner. But The Wire still rules.

  • Oct. 24, 2006, 6:44 p.m. CST

    this IS my favorite drama of all time

    by Buzzsawlenny

    i have love for many shows and many genres, but i can honestly say i look forward to the WIRE more than any other. Lost comes close but i KNOW its gonna leave me with more questions than answers. The reason this show struggles to find a audience is because in america people don't wanna have to track all these different characters and plotlines they think its WORK..and alot of people don't know that this show is a spin off from the miniseries THE CORNER which was also a award winning newspaper article series from the producer..btw i thought season 2 was probably the best and deepest

  • Oct. 24, 2006, 8:09 p.m. CST

    sorry for the quadruple

    by gandalftheblack

    sorry for the quadruple post- my internet kepts messin up

  • Nov. 2, 2006, 5:54 p.m. CST

    x nothing to see here x

    by jccalhoun

    nothing <br>to <br> see <br> here. <p>just trying to figure out how some people have been able to comment</p><p>with line breaks</p>