Sad and sudden news care of CNN: David Mills, who wrote and produced many episodes of inarguably the greatest television series of all time, "The Wire," died of a brain aneurysm yesterday at age 48. He passed while on the set of "Treme," a follow-up of sorts to "The Wire" that is premieres next month. Myself and anyone familiar with his work (including "The Corner," "Homicide," "Picket Fences," "NYPD Blue," "ER") mourns the loss of someone who's name we might not all have known, but who's words will resonate with us always. From the second episode of season four of "The Wire" - which was written by Mills:
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