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Line Of Duty writer Jed Mercurio dropped Ian Buckells 'H' hint back in series one

Line Of Duty all the time.The show's climax drew an audience of nearly 13 million on Sunday and we discovered exactly who the mastermind criminal was.But the first clue was dropped in the very early days of the BBC cop drama, the show's writer has confessed.He told the Obsessed with… Line of Duty podcast that it was "always really important to me" that the person behind the 'Fourth Man' was a part of the show from the very start.Jed explained how he offered a sign the officer, played by Nigel Boyle, was bent way back in 2012.Buckells allowed the caddy Dot Cottan to speak with Tommy Hunter alone in the back of a van – but even when re-watching for clues, very few stumbled across it.He said: "It was always really important to me that it was.

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