If you’ve managed to recover, here are the 37 best memes about Line of Duty last night
If anything has happened to Kate we will riot
Guys. We need to talk about Line of Duty last night because I’m having heart palpitations just thinking about it. By now, I feel as though we really should be used to Jed Mercurio leaving us on some of the biggest cliff hangers in British TV history, but last night???? How is he gonna do that to us????? And of course, straight after episode five of Line of Duty last night, everyone began to share the memes.
I need a second to come to terms with the Ryan and Kate shoot out, the return of Carmichael, Chloe having the entirity of AC-12 on her shoulders and then they just had to throw in Steve Arnott in his lil hat and uniform didn’t they? My blood pressure is not okay with it.
As always, Twitter was full to bursting with all the best and most hilarious reactions to all the drama. Here are the best memes about episode five of Line of Duty. Now we’re sucking diesel.
1. It’s the cap for me
2. I cannot REST
3. 100 per cent her vibe
4. I need 3-5 working days to come to terms with all this
5. They grow up so quick :///
6. Someone come and collect her
7. ENOUGH I LOVE THEM
8. DON’T DO THIS TO ME
9. This is the most accurate thing I’ve seen all day
10. I’m crying
11. Things you really do love to see
12. GET. HER. IN.
13. Forget Steve, Chloe must have severe back pain by now
14. He works hard x
15. We’ve come a long, long way
16. Surely not !!
17. Asking for a friend x
18. YEAH WE ARE
19. She needs to live for her one liners alone
20. I’m seriously not ok
21. I CAN’T KEEP UP OK
22. She’s all like ‘I’ll keep digging’ every five minutes and I have nothing but respect
23. BYE BITCH
24. No doubt
25. Give her a day off
26. You just wouldn’t go, would you???
27. Send help !
28. It’s all a bit tense
29. Here she comes
30. YOU’RE A LITTLE BOY RYAN
31. I’m trying my best here
32. Great script writing x
33. TELL US
34. Omg loves it x
35. Go on then 😛
36. You can’t do this to me
37. WAIT, WHAT?!
Line of Duty season six continues on Sunday on BBC One at 9pm. Previous episodes are available to catch up on, via iPlayer.