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LeroysBoots 12:10 Fri Apr 29
Line of Duty
Fucking superb tv series

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LeroysBoots 7:15 Thu Apr 15
Re: Line of Duty
Martin Compston ( Steve Arnott ) said we will all need a lie down after this Sunday's episode !

Romfordboy 6:30 Thu Apr 15
Re: Line of Duty
These side stories are getting boring

WHO IS H!

Jez 5:35 Thu Apr 15
Re: Line of Duty
Big reveal on episode four was that Ryan is the murderer of Gail Vella.
Everything about the way he door-stopped Davidson matched what happened to Vella, just without pulling the trigger.
Mark my words people.

PwoperNaughtyButNot 1:00 Wed Apr 14
Re: Line of Duty
Spoiler alert.... maybe

The Asian fella in the head office is actually a good guy - he has orchestrated it so Ted is out of the force so Ted can truly investigate the force. It is rotten to the top.

The reason it has taken a decade to get anywhere is because Kate Fleming has always made it close but not close enough. She is OGC and knows the bigger picture.

Donaldson is related to Corbett’s wife.

Stevethehammer 12:49 Wed Apr 14
Re: Line of Duty
I think H is the crime commissioner bloke played by the guy with the deadest of eyes ACE BHATTI

the exile 10:41 Tue Apr 13
Re: Line of Duty
My theory is that Jo Davidson's mum is Ted's boss - also one of the head honchos of the OCG.

OccupyGreenStreet 10:25 Tue Apr 13
Re: Line of Duty
Friend of mine had pretty much her first acting gig in that LoD episode - as Jonesy, the armed cop who got shot protecting Arnott. Not a bad way to start a career.

Lertie Button 9:16 Tue Apr 13
Re: Line of Duty
Seriously worried about the increasing width of Martin Compston's face. Even more disconcerting than some of the crap acting

daveyg 10:57 Mon Apr 12
Re: Line of Duty
Swiss
I'm not soe sure.
Seems a but of a farce that the Lawyer getting strangled in the cell. Bickles now on the side of Serious crime when nothing was really proved that he was involved....hmmmm

Swiss. 2:39 Mon Apr 12
Re: Line of Duty
Good episode that.

bell 1:39 Mon Apr 12
Re: Line of Duty
In your face, Swindon lot.

charleyfarley 1:36 Mon Apr 12
Re: Line of Duty
When they was playing that audio tape back
I was sure it was the voice of the actor who played Neil Godwin in The Office and it was, as he also played Jimmy in the last series of Line of Duty. Think I will take up detective work

zico 1:10 Mon Apr 12
Re: Line of Duty
I'm convinced H is either an individual hiding in plain sight of H is not an individual at all but a network which will be impossible to pin down.

AKA ERNIE 1:09 Mon Apr 12
Re: Line of Duty
This series really kicking on after slow start

happygilmore 1:08 Mon Apr 12
Re: Line of Duty
it looked like Lee Banks was the one that killed Lakewell in the prison.

Didn't Ted visit Lee Banks, off duty, in prison?

zebthecat 1:00 Mon Apr 12
Re: Line of Duty
This series is brilliant.
Jed Mercurio had really dialled it back which is a weird thing to say after an assault rifle shoot-out and a prison murder in the last episode but this show exists in its own world.
It reminds me of series 2 iin that the real bent bastards are still just shadows.

AKA ERNIE 12:54 Mon Apr 12
Re: Line of Duty
Zeb indeed

Clever how the half hidden photo at the end was Davison and we didn't get to see who HE was

zebthecat 12:51 Mon Apr 12
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AKA ERNIE 12:26 Mon Apr 12

MOTHER OF GOD!

happygilmore 12:29 Mon Apr 12
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AKA ERNIE 12:26 Mon Apr 12
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AKA ERNIE 12:26 Mon Apr 12
Re: Line of Duty
Outstanding episode tonight

PwoperNaughtyButNot 9:31 Tue Apr 6
Re: Line of Duty
Hamish Campbell
Tony Hall




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