Line of duty season 5 episode 2 review: The present of Line Of Duty is bigger than all of us; it’s a torrent that refuses to flow in other criminal events. Corbett became a mistery, a rogue and a covert companion for Steve in an episode to wash the bent copper scum off the sidewalks.
Episode two of six, in particular. Four have yet to go. In the course of the other criminal act, Line Of Duty has fitted four murders, two hijacks, the death of a beloved regular, 2 big turns, the armed policing raid, and a constant plot to dismantle all that is decent and fair in the country.
Ted knows everything about the OCG, but he wants to see that behind the miracles of Moffatt’s bid there’s a fair chance. After all, isn’t that what they do—search for and approach their marks for those weaknesses?
The gang claimed to be a betting firm, which helped him in the debt repayment scheme, hoodwinked Vihan Malhotra. This windfall seems to be too good to be true.
At least the blasphemous chats about Ted being deceived by the OCG will stop him from being his leading dog. In this episode, there was more maliciousness. After Kate thought about Maneet’s degree of corruption and said, “I mean, you work next to one