LINE of Duty is the show that EVERYONE is talking about, and if they’re not talking about it, they’re tweeting about it.
Line of Duty has got everyone talking and tweetingCredit: BBC
The latest episode was the most explosive of the series so far, with Ted Hastings being forced to retire from his lifelong quest to find ‘bent coppers’, while AC-12 is set to be merged with two other police anti-corruption units too.
To top it all off, the episode ended on a cliffhanger over who DCI Jo Davidson’s secret blood relative is.
With so much drama and complex twists and turns, it’s no wonder the Internet is full of hilarious memes from viewers to illustrate how they feel about the show.
Here are some of the best ones.
BAD FOR BUCKELLS
DS Ian Buckells confessed to being corrupt – and pretty stupid – in the latest episode, and was sent to prison.
His scenes immediately led to a flurry of memes specifically about him and his actions.
DS Ian Buckells revealed his corruption and stupidity in the latest episode
Buckells’ scenes sparked lots of memes
Buckells is now in prison
DAZED AND CONFUSED
What with the endless acronyms to keep up to speed on, not to mention who could be double-crossing who, it’s no wonder viewers are confused.
However, such confusion creates funny memes about the show’s complexity and addictiveness.
Fans love the show but it still confuses them
The twists and turns lead to many memesCredit: Twitter
Viewers desperately try to figure the show out each weekCredit: Twitter
Memes sum up their confusionCredit: Twitter
Viewers are obsessed with the antics of the main AC-12 characters, Superintendent Ted Hastings, DI Steve Arnott and, until last series, DI Kate Fleming.
From Steve’s womanising to Kate’s move out of AC-12, their storylines spawn plenty of great memes.
AC-12’s antics also spawn memesCredit: Twitter
Steve’s womanising was picked up in one meme
Ted Hastings provides plenty of scope for memesCredit: Twitter
BEST OF THE REST
With so many characters to analyse, Twitter could almost crash with the amount of memes about Line of Duty.
Jo Davidson’s secret blood relative had everyone talking this week
Viewers are desperate for clues and answers
‘bent coppers’ took on a whole new meaning on TwitterCredit: Twitter
Line of Duty continues on Sunday, April 18 at 9pm on BBC One.
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