The folks at Funny or Die decided to release Tuesday morning a musical parody of the critically acclaimed HBO series The Wire.
The very surprising video features some of the show’s iconic starts playing their character’s roles while singing in a carefree light heartedness that is a complete contrast of the gritty and dangerous nature of The Wire. From Michael Kenneth Williams displaying a jovial side to his drug dealing, tough-guy character Omar to Andre Royo giving his drug addicted Bubbles some deep baritone tuning, it is quite the colorful display.
No word yet on whether there will be a musical of The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, or Game of Thrones.
WATCH: Video from Funny or Die, from June 5, 2012.
Trump campaign delayed rally to avoid ’embarrassment’ — not because of New Hampshire’s weather: Ex-RNC head
President Donald Trump postponed his New Hampshire rally due to weather concerns, former Republican National Committee chair Michael Steele thinks that's a bogus excuse.
Saturday's rally at a Portsmouth airport will be rescheduled for later after forecasts called for storms early in the day, with a 20 percent chance of rain by evening, but new reporting suggests the Trump campaign was concerned about attendance.
"Carol Lee and her team are reporting that some White House officials are saying, 'We don't need another Tulsa,'" said MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell.
Trump’s New Hampshire rally is an act of ‘biological warfare’: Portsmouth police commissioner
President Donald Trump's planned rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire has been postponed -- and one public official in the city says that holding it would have been an act of "biological warfare."
Appearing on CNN with host Kate Bolduan, Portsmouth Police Commissioner Stefany Shaheen outlined her concerns about having a large crowd of rowdy Trump supporters gathered into a tight space this weekend.
"I definitely took notice when you called the rally that is set for tomorrow as 'biological warfare,'" Bolduan said. "What is your biggest concern with the president holding a rally in your city tomorrow?"
‘I didn’t accuse him!’ Jeff Sessions tries to walk back calling Black Harvard professor ‘some criminal’
Former Trump attorney general and current Republican Alabama Senate hopeful Jeff Sessions on Friday attempted to walk back an earlier description of a Black Harvard professor as "some criminal."
In an interview with Siraj Hashmi of the Washington Examiner, Sessions was asked about an interview that he'd conducted with the New York Times recently in which he railed against former President Barack Obama for inviting Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. over to the White House to have a "beer summit" with Cambridge Police Sgt. Joe Crowley, the police officer who arrested him for supposedly trying to break into his own house.