"The creator of the beloved and critically acclaimed HBO series The Wire offered Eric Holder a counter-offer in response to the U.S. Attorney General's casual plea for another season of the show: I'll do it if you end the war on drugs. "I want to speak directly to [Co-creator Ed] Burns and Mr. Simon: Do another season of The Wire," Holder said at a recent drug policy event in the nation's capital. "I want another season or I want a movie. I have a lot of power Mr. Burns and Mr. Simon."
In an email to Digital Spy, Wire creator David Simon responded: "The Attorney-General's kind remarks are noted and appreciated. I've spoken to Ed Burns and we are prepared to go to work on season six of The Wire if the Department of Justice is equally ready to reconsider and address its continuing prosecution of our misguided, destructive and dehumanising drug prohibition."
The odds that Attorney General Holden will take up Burns and Simon's offer for another season of the critically acclaimed HBO series are the same odds of me marrying Idris Elba and moving to a small country villa on the outskirts of England. However in the slim chance that it does happen - one either account - I think they (Burns and Simon) should focus on the women (i.e. mothers, sisters, daughter, etc...) of Baltimore, which were left out of that whole narrative. I always thought their absence and lack of depth to be a major flaw of the show.
Plus, Elba and I being about to blaze an El legally while watching the show would be a nice addition too.