BBC One cop drama Line of Responsibility is really hotting up in its 6th season.
As record-breaking varieties of viewers tune in to see the Air Conditioner-12 investigation of the handling of reporter Gail Vella’s murder, anybody who likes the show will be gotten ready for twists and turns aplenty before the offenders are exposed.
Sunday’s (April 11) episode on BBC One is the fourth in the series, which has six episodes in total.
We were live blogging all the best bits from 9pm – from the reaction to DI Buckells’ to Hastings’ latest Ulster utterances.
If you aren’t interested in reading Line of Responsibility spoilers, do not read this blog!
We’ll also be keeping an eye on all the latest theories and response from social networks.
Line of Task is on Sundays at 9pm on BBC One
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Looking forward to next week’s episode currently.
Who is in the image?
There have been a fair couple of shocks and surprises in this week’s episode, however we’ve ended on a concern – who is in the photo, and who are they associated to by blood?
It made Ted Hastings utter the never-ceasing lines, “holy mother of god” so it should be bad.
Previous lawyer Jimmy Lakewell has been carried out for being a rat – after he told Steve he wouldn’t speak! Never ever mess with an OCG is this week’s A/C-12 lesson.
Kate’s been told off
Kate’s not Jo’s favourite – must be due to the fact that Ryan had a word …
Ryan’s real colours
Ryan’s got some guts ansd he’s taken it to Jo – who would argue with a weapon at the back of the head?
Tones of The Bodyguard
Anybody who saw Line of Responsibility creator Jed Mercurio’s The Bodyguard will understand just how much he delighted in the shootout scenario because series.
A sniper in the window
This is a huge operation from we must presume the OCG.
Snipers and who understands what else. Can’t Steve contact an airstrike??
The good guys have guns, the bad guys have guns, the good guys might be bad people.
Bishop is doing her finest however it’s tough to see how they can all make it out of this unhurt.
They have actually been stopped, it’s all kicked off!
Steve’s back isn’t going to get better is it?
A bad feeling about this
Convoy with blues and the dodgy legal chap in custody.
Steve’s provided him an out for his co-operation – however he’s being secured by someone else. Perhaps the OCG?
Something bad is going to occur, isn’t it?
FYI, Operation Trapdoor was an investigation into the kidnapping and murder of young women in series four.
The battle is genuine
Who is Jo emailing? Is Steve being established for his painkiller dependency? Whose side is Kate on?
— Carly (@Carleee46) April 11, 2021
Ted runs out Air Conditioning-12
It’s main – he got a final warning and he’s out.
He’s ‘ended up being unable to lead his group’, according to the primary lady, and he’s been used early retirement.
Out on his ear!
AC-3, AC-9 and AC-12 are merging – manti-corruption numbers are beijng cut by 90%.
Envision all the bent coppers who’ll get their method now.
Fit up or nasty stink?
Buckells is an eejit, however were the files left by him or someone else?
It promises that he was framed by somebody with a hugher IQ than he is showing …
Buckells comes undone
He knew Pilkington – we understand it, Ted knows it, begun, Buckells – admit it!
Buckells in hot water
CHIS, our preferred acronym from the very first episode.
He’s certainly keeping something from them.
FAF, BJ, what is Buckells’ secret code?
The texts between Buckells and Ms Devereaux who he declared not to understand have dropped him in it.
Interview time! And Buckells is under care. What have they got on him? And was it planted?
‘ Nasty piece of work’
Meeting Kate in a dingy metropolitan tunnel, Ted Hastings has Ryan Pilkington’s number.
He’s anxious about Kate – doesn’t he understand she can take care of herself?
They look like they’ve made up anyway …
Did the bookmaker task have something to do with it?
Kate’s told Jo she wishes to take a look at the firearms used in the bookie task – does she know something about links?
Break-in and murder
Gail Vella’s death and the burglary of her house is still not fixed, but as Jo Davidson becomes acting superintendent, she’s gon na wish to be resolving it.
DCI Jo Davidson seems to think that Buckells is the bad apple, but what do we believe?
‘ Best episode ever’?
As if we weren’t thrilled enough, the actor who plays DI Steve Arnott tweeted about what to expect from tonight’s episode 4, hinting that it’s a corker!
Martin Compston said on Saturday: “Tomorrow’s the big one episode 4! On paper one of the best @jed_mercurio has ever composed, if we deliver what existed prospective to be a timeless. Like to give a shout out to the young team Shalom and @gregorypiper98 who give exceptional efficiencies in the midst of the madness.”
What would be your LoD A/C-12 plot dream come to life?