Line of Duty actor Martin Compston has admitted he's "on board" with a particularly wild fan theory about the iconic BBC police drama.
Martin, who plays Steve Arnott in the show, was grilled by Jonathan Ross on his chat show on Saturday night.
Jonathan confronted both Martin and his co-star Vicky McClure, who plays Kate Fleming, about several of his favourite fan theories to emerge about the series.
And Martin was definitely eager for one of them to be true.
"Steve has been in a coma since he fell down the stairs in series four and everything since then has been a dream," Jonathan suggested, while fellow guests Diversity dancer Ashley Banjo and Paralympian swimmer Ellie Simmonds watched keenly for physical tells.
"That would make you the most important person in the show!" Jonathan pointed out, as Martin chimed in: "I'm on board with that!"
Vicky also shared her opinions on a slightly more down-to-earth theory, pertaining to Patricia Carmichael tapping her pen four times while she was interviewing Jo Davidson.
"That's very interesting, yeah," she said with a raised eyebrow. "Very, very interesting."
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