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A look at their tour buses on their WWW page suggests that the top of their buses normally has some kind of metal frame over the seats unlike on the showperhaps where a cover can be put if it is raining. Grover has a good suggestion that the team try to track down the location of the tourists' stolen cel phones via their GPSs, but this is seemingly never followed up. He uses the expression "kanaka maoli" in referring to the three surfing robbers, meaning "native Hawaiians. But does this mean she physically cut it off his thumb or just took a fingerprint?
A closeup of the thumb reveals it is covered with something blue which could be ink it does not look what you would expectbut what good would a mere fingerprint do her if she was trying to match it up with the thumbprint reader on Wagner's yet unrecovered phone? Here is Kono's big speech at the end. Talk about bad writing: It was waking up every day with a desire to catch a better wave than the day before.
The adrenaline you feel paddling out, knowing that at any time you could get the ride of your life. And then there's the rush of walking on water. Only gods do that. Everything they did was to preserve that life. To surf is to get up every day with a desire to battle something greater than yourself.
And those girls just wanted to ride that wave as long as they could. And now their endless summer is over. Career highlight for sure. The crime of the week was outlandish. Hit man Joseph Stegner operating under the name Gordon Bristol, played by Lee Tergesen comes to Hawaii, and, despite the fact he is kind of mild-mannered-looking, manages to overpower five law enforcement officers who detain him because he was carrying some heavy artillery in his suitcase.
He is just about to be arrested when he is shot dead by another hit man, Nick Mercer Timothy V. Both of them work for the same Detroit mob family, the Bagosas. This has Five-0 scratching their heads since they can't understand why one hit man would take out another in this fashion.
Mercer, also known as Valentine because "he has no heart," according to the mainland's Special Agent Chapman Alysia Reiner was wounded by McGarrett when he shot Stegner. He commandeers an ambulance, leading to a chase by McGarrett and Grover in the Chevy Silverado, which performs in a rather gutless manner not good P.
When finally captured, Mercer proves to be a hitman with a heart -- literally. He received a heart transplant after a car crash a while back, and suddenly had a major attitude change, finding himself unable to kill people as per orders from Albert Bagosa Carmen Argenzianoboss of the crime family.
Feeling unusually magnanimous towards his intended victims, Mercer set up an elaborate witness protection-like scheme which just happens to be located on the west side of Molokai how convenient.
All of the people he was paid to knock off are living in a LOST-like compound, far away from the prying eyes of the world. Stegner was coming to Hawaii to kill these people. Word of Mercer's second near-death experience reaches his employer Bagosa, who arrives by jet on Molokai to the tune of "Taking Care of Business.
But Five-0 and Mercer beat them to this location and mess up their plans big time with the silly help of Jerry providing electronic "diversions.
But because Mercer was really a bad guy, he is taken away at the end of the show. Maybe he will get some kind of special consideration, despite the fact that he supposedly killed at least people? The episode began with yet another "previously on Five-0," taking up a minute of time.
I don't know why they have done this for the last two shows, but rarely did it otherwise, except for premiere episodes after the previous season's cliffhanger. Did someone finally figure out that if the show is in syndication, it might be difficult to follow these soap opera-like plots? If the show hadn't already reached its quotient of preposterousness with the admittedly original crime of the week, I might have been a bit more sympathetic towards the conclusion of this Danno arc.
Danno and McGarrett fly off to Colombia to meet up with Reyes in some favela shithole I thought they were going to just meet him on Oahu. Does their "immunity and means" extend to them, two white guys, arriving at a Colombian airport carrying this cash in huge bags?
The reaction of the customs people and cops would probably be considerably greater than that of the law enforcement types who detained Stegner at the beginning of this show. Reyes takes the money and "rolls out the barrel" which supposedly contains Matt's body though we never actually see this. Predictably, this freaks Danno out and after he and McGarrett leave, there is the off-screen sound of fighting and gunshots when McGarrett and Danno?
Danno returns and puts a bullet into Reyes head Does this mean Scott Caan will be leaving the show or his character will be having yet more emotional turmoil in the future? Five-0 should get to the rifle range for some practice. It's the second show in a row where they can't shoot out the tires of an escaping vehicle, instead blasting the rear window.
The closed captioning for this show was pretty funny I was watching some of it on Global TV in Canada. Important dialogue was not translated, but things like "engine roaring" were. Jerry and Kamekona are both now seen surveilling Vintage Books outside the store, kind of a dumb move since both of them are now known to the store owners, Jerry because of his previous surveillance, and Kamekona because he sold the store a book from Jerry last week.
Danno refers to Reyes as a "son of a bitch. OK production values, good stunt work with "O'Loughlin" running between cars and up on to the hood of a cop car, music was nothing special, the episode was directed by Peter Weller.
The writer for this show, Eric Guggenheim, had written a couple of mediocre episodes -- McGarrett and his ninja momma in the elevator shaft S03E23 and Catherine in Afghanistan S04E21but he also wrote the Carol Burnett show S04E09which was above average.
As the show begins, McGarrett goes to visit his father's grave on the anniversary of his murder, September 20th also the date of the pilot episode of both the old and new shows. Her father Paul was murdered years before in the Aces High bar which he owned, and the senior McGarrett William Sadlerwho is seen in numerous flashbacks, was not only in charge of investigating, but took the orphaned Ellie under his wing.
Ellie is now a deputy prosecutor in Honolulu. No one was ever charged with the murder of Ellie's father, so McGarrett reopens the cold case. Five-0 revisits people who were suspects at the time and digs up evidence. Paul Clayton's body is exhumed to get fragments of bullets which are examined by Max and Mindy Shaw as the music takes a dive with some crappy pop tune heard for a few seconds.
A homeless guy named Ned Burrows Nick Searcy leads them to the stolen cashbox from the bar which he recovered in a dumpster and later hid in a building behind Leonard's Bakery a Honolulu landmark. Amazingly, the box is still there. It turns out to be for membership in an underground gaming room called the Paradise Den where Paul Clayton was involved in gambling and where he pissed off some heavy duty dudes who hung out there, including members of SVL, a Samoan street gang.
O'Loughlin's McGarrett has a Jack Lord-like brainstorm when he realizes that Paul Clayton's murder was not because of a robbery, but a hit which was made to look like a robbery.
Lemona meth dealer who argued with Clayton before his murder, is sprung from Halawa and wired. This unorthodox move backfires, because Sykes shoots Lewis in the chest after Lewis flies off the handle recalling how his junkie mother was in debt to Sykes years before.
Fortunately, Five-0 is nearby in the Takahamo Cleaning and Restoration van and arrives quickly on the scene. Danno did not appear in the show at all. McGarrett was seen talking to him on the phone at one point, wondering "how is the family holding up," referring to the traumatic events of the previous episode.
Grover and Kono showed up briefly to help with the investigation, getting some unexpected insight from Kamekona. The team was seen helping Jerry move out of his house near the beginning of the show, and I didn't mind this scene so much, because Chin Ho gave Jerry serious shit over his illegal bugging of the bookstore. However, at the very end of the show, Jerry was confronted and captured by the store's owner, Thomas Farrow Greg Ellis. Seriously -- I really don't care where this story arc is going, as mentioned previously!
Despite the episode's minor issues, Alex O'Loughlin did a very good acting job. So did Daniel Dae Kim. Aside from the obnoxious "cute" underscore during the move at Jerry's and the above-mentioned outburst during the exhumation, the music was also very good.
Next week, however, is the annual Hallowe'en exercise which in earlier years has not turned out well. Ellie was a keener in school. The recovered cash box from her father's bar contains a report card of hers where she got "A"s in all of her subjects. Her address at the time was Mokae Avenue, Honolulu Her ID wasthe school district wasand her school, Momi Academy, was number The license number is FCSthe actual license number of the car.
When Chin Ho is driving in his classic Mustang, he appears to be actually on an Oahu street, not with the usual projected backgrounds.
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Or the projected background technology has improved majorly. After McGarrett is seen spiffing himself up for the visit to his father's resting place, he is seen driving in what looks like the countryside. This is followed by shots of the Honolulu freeways and finally the Punchbowl cemetery. The scenery seems to have the color green totally hyped up during the country part of this ride.
McGarrett's house is actually The Bayer Estate located between Diamond Head and Hanauma Bay in real life, but in the next show seems to be located on the eastern side of Oahu.
In a season one show, it is identified as being at Pi'ikoi Street, which is not located on the beach. This time the flashback was to the story arc of Jerry's investigation of Vintage Books as a front for counterfeiting or as cartermatt. At the end of last week's show, Jerry was kidnapped by Thomas Farrow, the owner of the bookstore. At the beginning of this show, Farrow is in his house and dressed in a leather apron for some inexplicable reason, maybe to scare the tied-up Jerry into thinking he is going to dismember bodies like someone from a horror movie.
Farrow chooses a dumb time to deal with Jerry and Helms his tall bald associate, identified in the credits of earlier shows as Browser, who is also tied upsince there are tons of kids outside on the streets for Hallowe'en.
To scare the crap out of Jerry, Farrow has seemingly beaten up Helms, who he says didn't do his job keeping tabs on Jerry very well, and then seemingly shoots him dead. But, as we learn later, Helms really isn't dead -- it's all a scam. In addition to all his other talents, Farrow must be a special effects guy using squibs to simulate where the bullet enters Helms' body and a makeup artist corn syrup and food coloring for the blood where he has beaten Helms.
When Jerry returns home after he is released by Farrow, he discovers that everything has been removed from his basement by the bookstore owner, and I mean everything: You have to wonder -- how does Jerry get back into the swing of things investigating for the rest of the show? Near the end of the episode, Jerry is seen with a small computer like a netbook -- is that sufficient? You also have to wonder how Farrow or Helms or some other "associate" had the time to remove all the junk from the basement and either put it somewhere or destroy it.
In an unusual move, McGarrett tries to get a warrant to search Farrow's place because of Jerry's illegal investigation, calling on his deputy prosecutor pal Ellie Clayton from the previous episode.
When she doesn't have any luck because of a lack of recent, and more importantly, reliable information, McGarrett does the usual heavy-handed Five-0 number, arriving at Farrow's place and threatening him.
This totally flops, as does any later attempt to find evidence that can be used to arrest him. It eventually turns out Farrow is not who he seems to be. Instead of a guy who knows a lot about books based on the experience with Kamekona and the rare book, he is actually a British operative named Major William Corrigan. When his true identity is uncovered by Five-0, he is bitter about the fact that he was court martialled or " court marshalled ," as Entertainment Weekly reported for killing a family of a mother and four children while serving in Iraq about 10 years before.
Jerry gets information that Helms, who Five-0 previously determined is very much alive, is Lieutenant Colin Helms, a guy with ties to a "radical IRA splinter group. McGarrett and Danno go after the money when Jerry tells them about "a freighter anchored four miles offshore" in other words, not in international waters -- The money is not on the freighter right now, though. It is on what looks more like a large tug.
There are very vague similarities here to the original show's tenth season show Up the Rebels, where explosives for Ireland were being transported on a large tug all the way from Hawaii to Ireland. But I think most apologists for the new show would suggest that this tug is just going to the freighter. Seemingly under the auspices of the Coast Guard, McGarrett and Danno fly to this tug by helicopter and then rappel down to its decks. The bad guys, including Helms, just sit there until the Five-0 duo have both landed on the decks, rather than shoot at them when they are descending.
The crime of the week had some potential, but was let down by the usual mediocre writing. Two men have been murdered, one with his tongue removed, the second with his eyes gouged out. The geeky Max recognizes this "plot" as one from a horror flick called Jack Knife. There is one more victim to come who will lose an ear. Five-0 manages to make a connection between the first two victims -- Henry Chung and Mark Lerner -- with Kamekona's implausible help; he remembers them from school thirty years before as being members of a bullying gang "equal opportunity haters".
After Weiss loses his ear but survives, he tells Five-0 the killer is Sam Cole, who they horribly abused years ago. Cole is suspected for taking revenge on the three bullies, but when Five-0 gets to his house, it turns out that his son Aaron is the killer, inspired by the cult film.
Just in case we can't get this connection, Kono finds reference on a Facebook-like social network page on Aaron's computer at his house with a picture of an invitation to a screening of Jack Knife organized by Collector Maniacs memorabilia shop two weeks before. Aaron also attempted to kill his father, who Chin finds tied up outside. Aaron denounces his father as weak and responsible for the fact that he -- Aaron -- was destined never to get anywhere in life.
There are plenty of questions about the Jerry counterfeiting investigation arc. For example, why did Jerry take an interest in the bookstore and its fishy activities in the first place?
But why would Jerry take an interest in this? Even though Jerry is someone obsessed by conspiracies, there is a limit as to how many conspiracies and bad things in the world a person can be interested in. This counterfeiting business hardly seems like a "big deal" in the world of conspiracy freaks. This leads to further questions like where did they melt down the money, how did they convert it to sheets of new paper and print all the currency? At the end of the show, we see the finished product and there is a lot of cash.
This would require printing plates, a printing press, ink, and other things like chemicals. You have to wonder why Five-0 couldn't have looked into who was ordering supplies of ink and so forth that could be used to print this money, or where a press could be located that was capable of making so much cash.
Danno has a few good zingers during the show as does Grover who acts as the "voice of reason" with regard to Max's stupid Hallowe'en costume, among other things. First, Duran Duran isn't an Irish band, they are English. They had albums in the s and s and all the way up to It had a cease fire in and really ended in The term "serial killer," connected to the crime of the week in the PR for the show, traditionally refers to someone who kills three people, not two, though this is a matter of some dispute among FBI bigshots, who will accept two as sufficient to qualify.
His home address is Purcell Street, Honolulu When the nerdy employee of the memorabilia shop prints out 1, e-mail addresses of people who were invited to see Jack Knife at a screening two weeks before Hallowe'en the exact location of this is not revealedit takes him only 56 seconds from the time he leaves Kono and Grover until he returns.
This employee refers to a Dolby Digital 5. Why does McGarrett get all moralistic about the fact that when Farrow was in Iraq, he killed members of a family which resulted in Farrow's court-martial? Is this consistent with McGarrett's personality?
Terrible things like this happen in war, and there doesn't seem to be any evidence that Farrow targeted these people intentionally, but was responding to what he thought was an imminent attack on him and his men. McGarrett then accuses Farrow of being a "coward" for killing Helms, which we know did not happen, because he is still alive in Hawaii!
But McGarrett does not know this yet. This leads to a bitter rant by Farrow, saying "the cowards are the politicians who send us into battle and second-guess every decision we make. The voice mail shows HPD's phone number as But why would HPD know Weiss's cel phone number? Jerry comes up with the quote "As far as extractions go, he's [Farrow's] right up there with Hans and Simon Gruber," two villains from the Die Hard movies. Ellie says part of the difficulty in getting a warrant against Farrow is the fact that the bookstore owner had "donated money to half of the judges on the island" and "worked on the governor's campaign" despite the fact that he was only in Hawaii for two years?
Football great Eric Dickerson makes a cameo appearance near the end of the show for no logical reason, other than allowing McGarrett to snap a selfie with him to piss off Danno. This reminded me of the Ed Sullivan show another CBS product where Sullivan would get famous people to stand up in the audience and take a bow.
McGarrett tells Dickerson that "A. The selfie which McGarrett takes has him holding the phone in portrait mode, whereas the resulting picture is in landscape mode. I would have thought that the sight of the barrel would have at least produced some kind of traumatic reaction in Danno.
Chin Ho's classic Mustang, which I thought his personal car, has police lights on the front. Corrigan's service number with the British Special Forces was Ellie, who is seen fishing with McGarrett at the end of the show, no doubt leading to speculation about romance between the two, tells him her father used to take her to their native Australia for their holidays, specifically Port Phillip Bay, where she learned her fishing skills.
Whereas the previous show's photography had several very green moments, this show seemed to emphasize the color blue more. When Five-0 stops Farrow from leaving the country with his store all boxed up for shipment on a cargo plane, they once again uncover no connection to the funny money. Farrow protests he is being harassed, but McGarrett says they are holding him for failure to fill out "Form ," which authorizes the exportation of commercial goods. This is a Homeland Security document, but it is for the importation of commercial goods.
Someone being motivated to kill by what's happening in a video has vague similarities to the original show's sixth season episode Draw Me A Killer where a deranged individual murders several people because of his reactions to a comic strip in the daily paper.
I managed to avoid most of this publicity, as I have been trying to do for all the episodes this year so far. The show had "vague similarities" to an episode of the classic series, the two-hour season nine premiere Nine Dragons, where Wo Fat kidnapped McGarrett in Hong Kong and held him prisoner, applying "behavior modification through stress" to turn McGarrett into a near-robot denouncing his country. There are further references to Wo to Woe Fat, the original series' finale, where Wo exposes prisoners to "compliance ration," some kind of gas which overcomes their "will to resist.
With the help of a black female assistant Eris Tracy IfeachorWo subjects McGarrett to "behavioral engineering," including water boarding, taser-like electrical stimulation and injection of various chemicals including truth serum.
The torture the new McGarrett is subjected to was very nasty twenty-first century torture. The show began with a "previously on Five-0" of sorts, with a flashback to the beginning of the pilot episode, except McGarrett's father did not die. This deviation from the original script and much of what followed was obviously hallucinations McGarrett was experiencing thanks to Wo Fat's drugs.
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Most of it was pretty funny: Danno driving his own car, loving Hawaii and his wife, wearing an aloha shirt and using McGarrett-like interrogation techniques; Kamekona a big time convict; Chin Ho on his way to becoming chief of HPD; Grover a tourist annoyed that his golf clubs had been stolen; and Kono a champion surfer and model doing commercials for lip balm.
Other people in the show who had appeared in the past included Jenna Kaye and Victor Hesse. Duke Lukela was still Duke Lukela.
Jerry appeared as a babbling homeless conspiracy freak. Sang Min also appeared once again, this time to help Five-0 take down Johnny Moreau Gavin Rossdalewho had taken over Sang's business enterprises, including drug trafficking, prostitution and kidnapping. Sang also provided information about who could have helped Wo Fat kidnap McGarrett.
This was conveniently confirmed by Adam Noshimuri, whose family had connections to the sale of the dry cleaning plant to Wo, using the alias of Anthony Shu. Despite the major unpleasantness of the torture scenes, Alex O'Loughlin did an exceptional acting job throughout, and Scott Caan's character's reversal showed that he can play something other than his usual one-note persona.
The big reveal in this episode was that Wo Fat had been raised by Doris McGarrett after she killed Wo's mother during her assassination attempt on Wo's father years before. She continued to do this until her superiors at the CIA forced her to abandon the kid. However, all this produces some serious questions: McGarrett's father's birth date was March 15, So Steve was born when his father was 34 years old.
His mother died on April 19, when he was There was not one, but two fight sequences in the show, perhaps the most intense fights seen on the show yet. The previously mentioned song at the end accompanied a montage of "greatest scenes from the show so far.
Most of the musical score was the typical noise, though there were a few nice sequences reminiscent of Lost as were several of the scenes during McGarrett's torture. When Five-0 arrived on the scene where McGarrett had been abducted, the Mercury Marquis Brougham owned by O'Loughlin's McGarrett and driven by Jack Lord on the original series was showing serious damage to the driver's side window.
The car was also really dirty and dusty outside which makes me think this is not the original car, despite it having the same license plate.
When Five-0 brought Sang Min to Moreau's place, why didn't Moreau bother to check outside to see if there was some kind of setup? Sang's disappearance after he gave Moreau an envelope full of blank paper in the form of dollar bills was far too quick, as was the appearance of Kono and Chin Ho inside the building.
Similarly, why didn't Wo Fat, who left the subterranean torture room, hear all the noise during the fight with Eris? The film showing McGarrett and his sister as kids at the beginning of the film, probably made in the late s, had sound. But according to Wikipedia, "few [8mm] cameras were made that could record the sound directly onto the film.
The scar on Wo's face seemed less serious than previously; perhaps he had been visiting the Honolulu Dermabrasion Clinic. Incredulously, some fan sites had people thinking that this was the last episode of the series or that it had been cancelled! McGarrett's Aunt Deb Carol Burnett returned, still cancer-stricken but now undergoing chemotherapy, which presumably accounted for the ghastly makeup the actress had when we first saw her.
She's come to Hawaii to get married to Leonard Cassano Frank Valli of The Four Seasonsa guy with near-perfect teeth who she met in a cancer support group. He has stage four leukemia.
Cassano is a mob lawyer who may have tampered with evidence to get one of his clients off. Conspiracy," is assigned to investigate this, as if the Supercomputer is broken. When McGarrett, thinking of his aunt, confronts Cassano, her husband-to-be gives McGarrett an unopened package containing this evidence -- which Cassano has brought with him, expecting problems with McGarrett.
McGarrett, again thinking of his aunt, decides rather than turning this over to the the district attorney in Cassano's jurisdiction of New York, he instead will put this package on ice, anticipating that Leonard will soon kick the bucket. Aunt Deb seems to have been brought back to the show to give her nephew an opportunity to reflect on his life.
She tells him that although she was a flop as far as her singing career and having children was concerned, she has finally found love with Leonard. McGarrett flashes back to Catherine in Afghanistan, who seems now to have been gone a really long time, coming to grips with the fact that she is really, really not coming back.
He tells Deb that Catherine found her friend's kid but now wants to stay and protect him and the other kids in the village from the Taliban really. McGarrett says "She's found her place. At the beginning of the show, David Kealoha, an investment banker and financial advisor who was under investigation by the SEC for inappropriate use of his clients' funds, is found brutally shotgunned to death along with his wife Kate. Travis becomes very suspicious when he flees from a polygraph examination and is trailed in a really obvious way reminiscent of the old Five-O by Chin and Kono to a motel where he meets with Patti Gable Josie Davisthe MILFish mother of his best friend Tai who, up to this point, has been Travis's alibi for the time period when his parents were killed.
Patti, described by McGarrett as a "hot mess" and Grover as "Mrs. Robinson," isn't a murderer and neither is Travis, however -- they were just "doing it" and were thinking of fessing up to Travis's parents soon.
But the computer doesn't seem to show exactly who paid out this money, because it later turns out it was not Goodman, but Kate. At Barber's place, after he is knocked off, Grover suddenly finds a laptop which has e-mails from Kate to Barber with pictures of their house.
Grover can figure this all out in a matter of seconds. How Kate knew about or contacted the hitman is a big mystery, especially since he was an "old client of Goodman" and seemingly had no connection to her at all. The bottom line, according to Five-0, is: I am not making this up! Talk about stupid writing! This is not as stupid as the revelation during the big final scene about how Five-0 did a blood test on the Kealoha's dog Riley to determine that it was out of commission while the murder was going on, having been doped up by some of Kate's sleeping pills.
Considering there was no reason for Kate to have both herself and her husband killed, inasmuch as the insurance policy was just on David, a more plausible explanation, which the writer did not consider, would be she hired the hitman to just kill David, but when Barber found the two of them together, he decided to knock her off as well because she was a witness who could finger him for the crime.
But, overriding this logical explanation, this still leaves the question: Why would she, in effect, use the hitman to commit suicide?
According to Patti, Kate did try to commit suicide previously when she found out about her husband's financial dealings, but there is a big difference between swallowing some pills and having someone blast you with a shotgun. In addition to the usual "twittering" about Catherine on fan forums after her appearance in this show's flashback, and not exclusively by people who have no idea who she is, the following incredible comment was posted on IMDb: It's been awhile since I saw his character that way.
Or it could be also that he's happy for his aunt? He'd be more smiling than crying though,no? Or really missing Catherine and the wedding is reminding him of a love, lost? What do you think? I'm hoping it's the PTSD starting. There is a major goof: The two sons' drivers licenses were issued on the days they were born: The license number of Travis, the older brother, is H He is 5'11", weighs lb and has brown eyes and hair. Jake's driver's license is number T He is 5'10", weighs lb and also has brown hair and eyes.
Their home address is Alinalina Place, Honolulu There seems to be more than 1" difference in the height of the two boys in the show. When the dog runs in front of the car at the beginning of the show, it looks very phony, since it is likely a front-projected backdrop. Hitman Barber, played by an uncredited actor, lives on Oahu, and is tracked down by Five-0 who engage in the usual firefight.
But after McGarrett drops through the skylight in Barber's apartment, he has no choice but to shoot him, thus again eliminating a prime suspect, at least for a few minutes. The sound mix for this show was terrible in a few spots, and not because the dialogue was overpowered by the music, as is the usual complaint.
When Chin and Kono are tailing Travis to the motel, they are actually photographed in a car driving down a Honolulu street. There is an interesting stunt when McGarrett runs across the top of several parked food trucks when he, Grover and Chin are pursuing Tai. David Kealoha worked for a company called Bordinay Investments. McGarrett uses the term "son of a bitch" when referring to Leonard after Jerry brings him up to date on Cassano's past.
It began on the slopes of Mauna Loa where a Mars Rover-like device was cruising around the mountain while a guy in an astronaut suit tended to it in the midst of the barren Mars-like landscape. This is connected to a real research project. A cowboy, Keone Maka Christopher Huffine suddenly showed up and dropped dead, beginning the crime of the week. With complications including cowboys, horses and a rodeo, much of the crime of the week was interesting, more so to me than the original show's low-key ninth-season rodeo episode Requiem for a Saddle Bronc Rider.
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Investigating Maka's death, Five-0 talk to Al Mokuau Ron Yuanboss of the local rodeo, who suggests that Maka had trouble with Luke Pakele Cody Easterbrooka bull rider who was doping animals with steroids. They track down Pakele, who lives in the bizarre Kalapana Gardens where houses are constructed on a lava flow field.
He is the red herring suspect who says that he was "pissed" at getting fired from the rodeo, but did not kill Maka. Maka's place has been trashed, and a vial of what turns out to be horse blood is found in a milk carton in the refrigerator. Maka made numerous phone calls to Jeff Harrison Frank Ashmorea trainer connected with Urban Myth, a Kentucky Derby horse which mysteriously disappeared on the mainland some time ago.
Chin determines that Harrison is on the island, but when Danno and Kono arrive at his motel, Harrison collapses, foaming at the mouth. At the motel, Max and local medical examiner Sanjeet Dhawan Ravi Patel find a bottle which contains traces of liquid nicotine. The blood sample from Maka's fridge is also analyzed and determined to belong to Urban Myth.
Five-0 figures that after the horse was stolen, it was taken to a stud farm on the island, and one of the 3 stud farms there happens to belong to Mokuau, the rodeo boss. Through Mokuau's financials, McGarrett discovers that a backhoe is to be delivered to a property Mokuau owns near Waimea, suggesting that he intends to kill the race horse and bury it.
Quickly arriving at this location, Mokuau is put out of action and the case is closed. Jerry was nowhere to be seen yay! Chin Ho held down the fort in the Five-0 offices. On the negative side, the show was far too Max-centric.
The show's resident geek became overly conflicted mere seconds after he stepped off the helicopter because of his previous relationship with Dhawan, who he had encountered at medical school. At one point, Max raised his voice louder than I ever recall hearing on the show, including the expression "son of a bitch" directed at Dhawan. Abrams to Write and Direct Star Wars: Obviously not dial up friendly, since they are the full episodes, but I guess it should do. This recap contains spoilers for the first episode of the Pick Up Artist 2 Well, Wow, this season is full of surprises already.
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