What an episode! Line of Duty's season six episode three left us desperate for more as the plot begins to thicken surrounding AC-12's mission to investigate Operation Lighthouse.
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As with episodes one and two of the new season, we have broken down the biggest moments of the show in our HELLO! insider video - check it out...
In episode three's video, we discuss that jaw-dropping crash at the hands of OCG member-turned-copper Ryan Pilkington, Steve Arnott's near-miss with a drugs test and whether DCI Buckles is the 'fourth man'.
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In the episode, Steve's struggle with painkillers becomes more intense after Steph Corbett informs Superintendent Ted Hastings, who then invites routine drug testing into AC-12.
Meanwhile, new police recruit Ryan orchestrates a car crash into a lake, killing a fellow officer and attempting to murder key witness, Terry Boyle. However, his attempt on Terry's life was unsuccessful, and with DCI Kate Fleming as a witness to the crash - the suspicion surrounding Ryan begins to grow.
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Towards the end, we see DCI Ian Buckles arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice - but is he the fourth man? Or has he taken the fall for DCI Jo Davidson? We can't wait to find out more next week!
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Fans have been loving the series so far, with one writing: "What an amazing episode! I'm more confused than ever, but brilliant TV!" Another added: "Last nights episode of Line of Duty was amazing. Not afraid to say the benchmark for British television right now."
A third person tweeted: "Loving #LineOfDuty just wish I could binge watch the whole series hate having to wait another week!"
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