Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

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Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby Polishgirl » 06 Apr 2017, 12:23

Ooofff..... it's 'good, isn't it?

What are people making of it so far? Enjoying it as more of a stand alone storyline? Any early bets on whodunit?
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby K » 21 Apr 2017, 07:45

I'm keeping my powder dry in this. It's been great again, And I dont agree with the commentators who think it's not as good as S3. I think the next episode will be explosive (I've seen eps 1 - 4)
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby Rayge » 21 Apr 2017, 08:27

Thang and I are realy enjoying htis but we can't join in because for various reasons we're always an ep behind. Once we've seen four and five this weekend, I'm sure we'll be back
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby fire and fueryIre » 21 Apr 2017, 09:08

K wrote:I'm keeping my powder dry in this. It's been great again, And I dont agree with the commentators who think it's not as good as S3. I think the next episode will be explosive (I've seen eps 1 - 4)


Have resisted the temptation to watch this in weekly bursts in favour of a 6-episode splurge of the whole thing next weekend
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Postby Polishgirl » 21 Apr 2017, 12:10

fueryIre wrote:
K wrote:I'm keeping my powder dry in this. It's been great again, And I dont agree with the commentators who think it's not as good as S3. I think the next episode will be explosive (I've seen eps 1 - 4)


Have resisted the temptation to watch this in weekly bursts in favour of a 6-episode splurge of the whole thing next weekend


In which case, I would be delighted to save you 6 hours of your life, and bring you bang up to date with everything that's happened.
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby fire and fueryIre » 21 Apr 2017, 18:42

Polishgirl wrote:
fueryIre wrote:
K wrote:I'm keeping my powder dry in this. It's been great again, And I dont agree with the commentators who think it's not as good as S3. I think the next episode will be explosive (I've seen eps 1 - 4)


Have resisted the temptation to watch this in weekly bursts in favour of a 6-episode splurge of the whole thing next weekend


In which case, I would be delighted to save you 6 hours of your life, and bring you bang up to date with everything that's happened.


Know that this is effectively a standalone series as the Craig Parkinson character's storyline pretty much reached its conclusion at the end of S3, but it's been getting pretty good reviews. Are you not really enjoying it, Pippa?
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby K » 21 Apr 2017, 19:47

fueryIre wrote:
Polishgirl wrote:
fueryIre wrote:
Have resisted the temptation to watch this in weekly bursts in favour of a 6-episode splurge of the whole thing next weekend


In which case, I would be delighted to save you 6 hours of your life, and bring you bang up to date with everything that's happened.


Know that this is effectively a standalone series as the Craig Parkinson character's storyline pretty much reached its conclusion at the end of S3, but it's been getting pretty good reviews. Are you not really enjoying it, Pippa?

This is not a spoiler but I heard that the Radio Times suggested viewers look back to S3 in preparation for the next episode (ep5). What the hell could be going on?
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Postby Samoan » 21 Apr 2017, 21:01

There's something hinky about Jodie, the apple polisher.
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby Polishgirl » 21 Apr 2017, 23:05

Oh God; I'm absolutely hooked by it! There are very few series that have grabbed me like LoD has. A couple of the blokes at work are watching it as well, and our Monday morning conversation is all about it. I'm so impatient for each episode.

But we can't talk about it because some slack types aren't up to date with it.....
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby Thang-y » 23 Apr 2017, 09:10

Polishgirl wrote:But we can't talk about it because some slack types aren't up to date with it.....


*cough* Gimme a break, I was in Paris.

Seen it now - it's bloody cracking stuff. Very well-written. And didn't she score a blinder in her interview? So glad she didn't shag creepy paws. But what is he up to??

I think I know who balaclava man is. Could be completely wrong but I've told Rayge who - we'll see.
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby fire and fueryIre » 23 Apr 2017, 15:44

Thang-y wrote:
Polishgirl wrote:But we can't talk about it because some slack types aren't up to date with it.....


*cough* Gimme a break, I was in Paris.

Seen it now - it's bloody cracking stuff. Very well-written. And didn't she score a blinder in her interview? So glad she didn't shag creepy paws. But what is he up to??

I think I know who balaclava man is. Could be completely wrong but I've told Rayge who - we'll see.


As I'm sure i'm not the only LOD fan who's holding back on watching S4 while still visiting this thread occasionally, any chance you could use the spoiler feature to conceal major plot giveaways?

Cheers in advance for doing so
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby Thang-y » 23 Apr 2017, 16:30

Oops. Sorry.

The first thing .. yeah, fair point. I'm sorry. It's not part of the big plot but yeah, fair point. I'm sorry.

The second thing you blacked out is there from the very first programme and I've given nothing away.

Get watchin!!!!!
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby fire and fueryIre » 23 Apr 2017, 16:41

Thang-y wrote:Oops. Sorry.

The first thing .. yeah, fair point. I'm sorry. It's not part of the big plot but yeah, fair point. I'm sorry.

The second thing you blacked out is there from the very first programme and I've given nothing away.

Get watchin!!!!!


No worries.

Episode 6 next Sun so will be sitting down to two eps a night from Friday on.

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(Bodies?) Well worth watching if you like LOD.
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby Samoan » 23 Apr 2017, 17:27

Ack, my freedom of expression is being stifled.

This never happened when BCB, and the nation were entranced by Forbrydelsen (The Killing).
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby K » 23 Apr 2017, 17:31

Samoan wrote:Ack, my freedom of expression is being stifled.

This never happened when BCB, and the nation were entranced by Forbrydelsen (The Killing).


Just go here
https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radi ... screws-roz
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby Samoan » 23 Apr 2017, 17:36

I read that earlier in the week.
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby K » 23 Apr 2017, 17:38

Good to post and not worry about snowflakes being hit with spoilers. ;)
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby Samoan » 23 Apr 2017, 17:45

Let the snowflakes melt on this fine spring day.
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby Samoan » 23 Apr 2017, 20:38

fueryIre wrote:
Did you ever see the thing Jed Mercurio did about Doctors six or seven years back
(Bodies?) Well worth watching if you like LOD.

Yes, I did quite recently. Then I threw it in the bin, as one of the discs had cracked but I'd have given it away anyway as I'd never want to watch it again. Way too dark. Super heavy Obstetric/Neo-natal stuff like that really happens.
Fantastic acting however, particularly Allen and Baladi.
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Re: Let's talk about "Line of Duty"

Postby K » 24 Apr 2017, 22:07

Just rewatched S1 - interesting to see how all the plotlines seem to be coming together - Jackie Laverty,
Dot, Buckle, Hilton. I expect a few surprises in the last episode.
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