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Line of duty.

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Seen mentioned couple times.
So who watches and who is H?
Theories before Sundays finale.
I’m going for Steve Arnott!!!!!!!
He’s just been too nice all along I think.
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Yeah I was thinking Arnott plus he’s got an opiate addiction which will make him high as a kite, not think straight and make insane and dangerous decisions but somehow still maintaining focus (I should know lol)
Plus I’m suspicious of any man who has a beard and wears a waistcoat at the same time.
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To be honest I don’t like to watch what all the “Sheeple” watch so avoided it but was bored one day and starting watching it around series 3 then just couldn’t stop. It really is that good, great writing and acting.
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Plus all those emails from occupational health I think is a cover up for somebody else trying to get hold of him.
Anyway we will find out tomorrow.
I’ll be working though
Will have tv on but series recorded anyway.
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Halifax Linda wrote: 01 May 2021, 16:41 Anyway we will find out tomorrow.
As long as no-one in the cast gets accused of anything between now and then, causing the BBC to pull the final episode like ITV did yesterday with "Viewpoint". I've no idea whether Noel Clarke has done anything wrong, but to pull the final episode of a show I've been watching all week was very annoying.
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droopsnoot wrote:
Halifax Linda wrote: 01 May 2021, 16:41 Anyway we will find out tomorrow.
As long as no-one in the cast gets accused of anything between now and then, causing the BBC to pull the final episode like ITV did yesterday with "Viewpoint". I've no idea whether Noel Clarke has done anything wrong, but to pull the final episode of a show I've been watching all week was very annoying.
You can watch it on itv hub.
It might only be on a few days though.

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gjinblack wrote: 01 May 2021, 20:10 You can watch it on itv hub.
I know, I'm hoping it will be there when I've got time to watch it.
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gjinblack wrote: 01 May 2021, 20:10 You can watch it on itv hub.
It might only be on a few days though.
I just watched it, not bad really with a bit of a twist. Expires tonight at 22.59, so if anyone else wants to watch it, don't leave it long.
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A very disappointing ending, coulda been a real cracker, surprised the writer just seem to fizzle it out at the end. I read somewhere it would be a shocker and a blood bath but it was quite boring to be honest. There should have been some kind of major shoot up and they should have had all the main characters shot as a cliffhanger until next season (?) did they survive? Also the revealing of H was a serious let down. Shoulda been Arnott.
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I did enjoy it though.
Would never have guessed Buckles in a million year.
Should be a spin off. Hastings revenge!!!!
Now that could be a blood bath!!!!!
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Never watched it, who is this Clarke geezer? Lt Kudu.
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Greatkudu wrote: 04 May 2021, 08:19 Never watched it, who is this Clarke geezer? Lt Kudu.
Sorry, I confused the thread a bit. Noel Clarke was in Doctor Who and has been involved in a lot of other stuff, Kidulthood for example, and a Sky series called "Bulletproof", and was in the news last week because lots of people had accused him of sexual harassment. His TV series "Viewpoint" was showing on ITV1 last week, 9pm every day, and because of the accusations ITV dropped the showing of the final episode.

Another confusing Clarke is that the BBC are also showing their earlier "bent coppers" drama "Between the Lines" on BBC4 Sunday nights, with a main character called Tony Clarke. The good thing with "Between the Sheets" (as it was nick-named back when it was first on, if I recall correctly) is that there was no need to remember the previous episode, never mind a minor scene from four series ago.
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It’s all getting a bit Twilight Zone isn’t it?!!!!
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