"all in the game..." -- Traditional West Baltimore. Thirteen episodes in, I have to say, it's getting easier to hate some of the players.
At the Towers, anonymous suspects are being led into paddywagons as Herc updates someone on the other end of his phone: the cops have located everyone on their list except some "CCO" we've never heard of. Carver rolls up just as Herc confirms that they even got the infamous Ronnie Moe, D'Angelo's usurper. Carver wryly tells Herc, "Fished our limit. Let's go home." "'Sir,'" Herc reminds him, douchily. Carver's like, "...Seriously?" Herc whines that he's a "soon-to-be-made sergeant," so when they're "around the troops," Carver's "gotta get used to showing the proper respect." Carver stares at him in...not just disbelief, but what may be a little sadness, for Herc, that he actually thinks this power play might fly. My prediction: it will not.
Detail office. Prez hits the board to update it with the latest arrests. He reports to Daniels that they've arrested twelve: "Seven are on the wing." We get a close-up of the board to remind us that one of the Barksdalies still breathing fresh air is Stringer.