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

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Deanooooo 12:09 Tue May 7
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Thought the final episode was a bit of a let down to be honest, certainly not the action packed finale I thought we had in store. Far too much time in the interview room; got a little boring.

Still least its nailed on for another season.

w4hammer 11:57 Tue May 7
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White Pony 11:47 Mon May 6
Re: Line of Duty
I'm not sure why everyone raves about Maxwell-Martin. The way she played that role was very much like a hackneyed panto villain.

The morse code bit was laughable.

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same here. So many plot holes and implausibles however its always been like that and so we should just sit back and enjoy ;-()

daveyg 11:09 Tue May 7
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Kaiser Zoso,

I thought in episode 3 (not sure ) Ted was seen on some adult site then shaking his head at what he was doing and closed down the laptop. When he went to the shop to dispose of it he looked releaved that he wouldn't be surfng porn agan. But we knew that it would come back to haunt him.

medwayhammer1 2:00 Tue May 7
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Enjoyed it and love a bit of Polly Walker...could corrupt me any day of the week!

gph 1:23 Tue May 7
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ted should've stuck to the weather.

The weather's more Frintony

Nurse Ratched 1:20 Tue May 7
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Up until which point he was so skint the bloke on the desk was badgering him about the late payment of his bill.

This 'H' character has been running throughout 5 series now, and Ted has always had money worries. I doubt the role of H is a voluntary one. Whoever H is is rolling in dough. Otherwise, why arrange all those Brinks Mat style heists? Who's getting a cut of the drugs and whores money if it isn't H?

zebthecat 1:14 Tue May 7
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Well he did have 100 grand turn up out of the blue.
Probably didn't make up for the broken toilet though.

Nurse Ratched 12:57 Tue May 7
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If Ted is/has been 'H' then why is he skint and in debt all the time?

Surely there would be financial rewards coming with all those H shenanigans?

zebthecat 9:47 Mon May 6
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Sven Roeder 9:42 Mon May 6

Depends if she actually knows - they could be using a cell system.
Alternatively I could be overthinking this.

mashed in maryland 9:44 Mon May 6
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Is it technically information that's traded for immunity or testimony?

Big difference I'd have thought.

Fantastic end to the series anyway

Sven Roeder 9:42 Mon May 6
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If Gill was the third one the only information I would have accepted from her was the identity of the fourth one

Iron Duke 9:36 Mon May 6
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Good point exile. The same with Lisa McQueen. What information did she have that they didn’t already know?

the exile 9:34 Mon May 6
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What I didn't get was how Gill Bigellow got away without going to jail. If she provided information in exchange for indemnity, what information?

Northern Sold 6:53 Mon May 6
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Wasn't bad but felt so OTT with some of the shit going on.... 7/10 for me...

Babelman 5:37 Mon May 6
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did nothing for me,crap

twoleftfeet 4:09 Mon May 6
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Sounds like a load of old shit, glad I avoided it.

Now Endeavour is different class 👍

Chi-townHammer 3:45 Mon May 6
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They've lifted the whole Morse code thing, and gangsters entering the Police academy scenario from Internal Affairs/The Departed.

Hasans Fish Bar RIP 12:07 Mon May 6
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Ah, ok im a thicko Thanks for explaining

Hasans Fish Bar RIP 12:04 Mon May 6
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Nicey

Yeah but surely it was a proceed of 'crime' I know it was part of some property deal at somepoint, but that was dodgy wasnt it?

Nicey 12:04 Mon May 6
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That’s my point Duke - he is setting her up or compromising her. That money, as shown in Ted’s interview, was awash with forensics that link it to all the bent coppers and the OCG.

Ted is running something deep deep undercover. He knows that the powers that be will never allow institutional corruption to be uncovered so he has gone dark for some time. He is H and has managed to assume that role as there wasn’t an actual head of all the corruption.

Ted is head of anti corruption and is now head of corruption in order to bring it all down.

He has nothing left to lose now apart from his one true calling in life - to nail bent coppers

DukeofDevo 11:51 Mon May 6
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He gave the other £50k to Corbetts widow. He had it under his arm at the cemetery as he was walking towards her.

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