It's made by people who are from Baltimore, who do love Baltimore and do care about it. You don't have to only show the positive things about a city. O'Malley was trying to turn the city around and get people to come to the harbor, and probably the last thing people on those kind of committees want is the wider viewing audience to think it's all murder, guns and drugs. It was a big, complex story. I don't think it was purely negative at all. After Season 1, O'Malley asked them could they move the show someplace else. They said, 'We could move the show to Philadelphia, but we're going to say it's Baltimore.' I don't think it was a negative portrayal myself. I can see why he would. There was a certain aspect of Baltimore in there, but it's made by people who want better for Baltimore. It doesn't have to be all sunshine, because that's unrealistic and people aren't going to believe that.