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We Own This City

  • 2022
  • Season 1
  • 6 episodes
  • Drama
  • Crime/detective
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Episode 4: Part Four

Summary

Maurice Ward recounts how Jenkins remained unscathed despite a series of illegal incidents. Baltimore is rocked by the Freddie Gray protests. Crime drama, starring Jon Bernthal

Review

Episode four features the moment when the show’s title is spoken out loud, and there are no prizes for guessing who gets the honour. Yes, the line comes from the lips of the deplorable Wayne Jenkins, whose priorities are now blatantly out of whack. Actual law enforcement is criminally far down his list, while at the top is his all-consuming desire to cream off wads of cash. This he steals from drug dealers, strippers, even his bosses, as he files outrageously high overtime forms for hours he’s not even worked. Misconduct is evident in every action and utterance, and actor Jon Bernthal remains horribly compelling as his volatile alter-ego struts his way through this ever-more damning exposé of Baltimore police culture.

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  • Summary

    Maurice Ward recounts how Jenkins remained unscathed despite a series of illegal incidents. Baltimore is rocked by the Freddie Gray protests. Crime drama, starring Jon Bernthal

    Review

    Episode four features the moment when the show’s title is spoken out loud, and there are no prizes for guessing who gets the honour. Yes, the line comes from the lips of the deplorable Wayne Jenkins, whose priorities are now blatantly out of whack. Actual law enforcement is criminally far down his list, while at the top is his all-consuming desire to cream off wads of cash. This he steals from drug dealers, strippers, even his bosses, as he files outrageously high overtime forms for hours he’s not even worked. Misconduct is evident in every action and utterance, and actor Jon Bernthal remains horribly compelling as his volatile alter-ego struts his way through this ever-more damning exposé of Baltimore police culture.

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