I’m interested in one thing and one thing only: These 19 Line of Duty memes
Memes? We’ll give you memes
Line of Duty really took it up a notch last night. The slow-burn series six is starting to really catch fire, with an unbelievably tense interrogation scene, the AC-12 cavalry charge being faced down by wily DCI Davidson, and Kate’s double (or perhaps triple) game.
But it wasn’t just high drama – there were also iconic moments, with PC Pilkington trying to hide at every opportunity, and Hastings dropping one of his best “bent coppers” yet.
And with an episode like that, it’s simply natural that the memes are pure fire.
surely they’re not allowed to say “bent coppers” and “line of duty” in the same episode
— Imogen West-Knights (@ImogenWK) March 28, 2021
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