Tonight's Line of Duty was a bit grim for Roz Huntley

Susannah Alexander
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From Digital Spy

Tonight's episode (April 23) of Line of Duty was only a little bit grisly for a change – with one of the main events being the latest in the saga of Roz Huntley (Thandie Newton) and her septic arm.

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Roz's infected limb finally became too much for her to bear, and it ended up leading to her passing out in her bathroom.

When she woke up and came to, she was horrified to discover that she'd had half her left arm amputated.

Understandably, viewers were pretty mystified as to how Roz got away with the state of her arm for so long:

And, remarkably, Roz discharged herself from the hospital almost immediately after regaining consciousness.

On top of that, she wasn't the only one who made a quick recovery. Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) was looking unusually well too:

But viewers knew he hadn't fully recovered, because he was missing his waistcoat:

All the while, hearts were busy breaking over Michael Farmer (Scott Reid):

All in all, it's all just a bit much for some viewers:

Line of Duty concludes its current series next Sunday (April 30) at 9pm on BBC One.

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