Season 2 – Episode 11 – 15
Here you go; the next 5 episodes for your consideration.
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Season 2 – Episode 11 – December 5, 2011
Joe White has to appear in front of a board of inquiry to defend his actions as an active member of the Navy in North Korea.
Meanwhile a busload of school children is kidnapped. Soon Five-0 learns that they are held hostage because of their big drug bust a few days ago. The kidnappers want to pressure the Governor into giving back their drugs, confiscated by Five-0.
To make matters more complicated Joe White gets in trouble with a kidnapping of his own.
Season 2 – Episode 12 – December 12, 2011
The team gets ready for Chin Ho’s wedding, but their preparations are interrupted by the investigation into a man left for dead in an old WW2 bunker. They team up with Captain Fryer who is searching for the killer of a young woman and it seems their cases are connected. Steve starts to suspect Joe keeping things from him and lying about his knowledge of Shelburne.
Season 2 – Episode 13 – January 2, 2012
Ka Ho’ Oponopono
While Five-0 tries to figure out who smothered a high school girl in her bed, the Yakuza targets Joe because they believe he killed their leader.
In this episode we get Ninja-Steve, and for the first time he acknowledges that he was tortured in North Korea. I was hoping we would see more of his coping with that, but I guess that would have taken too much time out of a 44 minute episode. Time restriction is always a big issue with every TV-show. Which is often a shame.
I think this is the episode that even the last person realized that something was terribly wrong with Alex O’Loughlin. It was very obvious that he was really sick. It’s a tragedy that he had to keep going for many more weeks until he could finally take a break. Thank God he came out of that time healthy and happy. I debated to address this or not, but I must admit watching these episodes again, it was a real shock. AOL looks very different now, not just healthy, but really happy, and seeing the episodes from season two does make me sad. Knowing the struggle, the pain from the injury and the illness behind those scenes takes the carefree joy out of the season.
Season 2 – Episode 14 – January 16, 2012
Ka Ho’ Oponopono
Five-0 investigates the hijacking of a delivery truck in which the driver is killed, and Danny’s ex-wife goes into labor. Danny spends most of the episode next to Rachel, while Steve and the Yakuza put pressure on Joe to come clean with what happened to Hiro Noshimuri.
I guess we all remember Kamekona’s ‘Five-0, Five-0, what you gonna do, when they come for you’. Bad Boys indeed.
Season 2 – Episode 15 – February 6, 2012
Mai Ka Wa Kahiko
An enemy from Danny’s past comes to the islands for revenge, and the life of Danny’s daughter could hang in the balance.