The Wire - The Detectives

These portraits of the personalities of McNulty and Freamon show how both of them prefer ideas to facts. McNulty's image shows he's more outgoing and logical, while Freamon's portrait shows he's a bit more emotional than Jimmy.

Meanwhile, Bunk's portrait shows he's more emtional and pragmatic than McNulty, while Landsman's image shows he has strong tendencies for being logical, decisive, and realistic — qualities his bosses show, all the way up the chain of command to the mayor.

Jimmy McNulty

Officer in the Baltimore Police Department

The Blue in Jimmy McNulty's spiritual portrait shows he is open to new ideas, and the Green shows is rational. Click on the image to learn more! .... [More] [Less]

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Bunk Moreland

Detective in the Baltimore Police Department

The Yellow in Bunk Moreland's spiritual portrait shows he is open to new experiences, and the Red shows he is friendly. Click on the image to learn more! .... [More] [Less]

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Lester Freamon

Detective in the Baltimore Police Department

The Blue in Lester Freamon's spiritual portrait shows he is more comfortable with ideas than facts, and the Red shows he can be warm and friendly. Click on the image to learn more! .... [More] [Less]

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Jay Landsman

Sergeant in the Baltimore Police Department

The Green in Jay Landsman's spiritual portrait shows he is very rational, and the Yellow shows he is down-to-earth and realistic. Click on the image to learn more! .... [More] [Less]

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