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Episode 9.17

I really liked 9.17. Kurt Jones and Alex O’Loughlin always do something different with the show. Different angles, different perspectives. And I always liked these time jumps, one reason 2.16 is still one of my favorites. Alex is doing so well in front AND behind the camera with the action, the drama and the emotions. Very well done this time too! His spirit of “Do Less More” does the actors good.

And how awesome was the ‘bullet scene’?

Now have fun, it’s shorter this time, but we didn’t have that much of Steve.



Heart of the show takeover #3.

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Episode 9.14

We all have our different opinions. We all have our different visions of life. And that is good. Diversity is good.

But there are moments in life, situations, relations, beliefs, times, you’re either on the right side or on the wrong side of history.

Thank you Hawaii 5-0.

We shall overcome.



Because sometimes we all need McHug.

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Episode 9.11

Good episode. But not as awesome as episode 9.10.

Alex was indeed awesome, though. His Steve was portrayed extremely well and realistic, there was this wall up in his eyes and a wall that surrounded him. His only emotions sadness, grief, anger and guilt fueled his determination, his focus on getting revenge. His friends have been there, but it felt like Steve was elsewhere, his main attention, his concentration was on avenging Joe’s death.

And the flashback Steves have been totally different. So well done!


When life gives you lemons, squirt someone in the eye.

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Episode 9.09

I think this was a lame episode. The handling of the whole Adam/Tani story was embarrassing. Does Steve know? Does he not know? What the heck? If I hadn’t already I would have to write something about this stupidity. And am I the only one flinching every time I see Adam wearing a weapon and a badge? This is so ridiculous.

But I love Jerry, always have. He has become a valuable member of 5-0.

And Linty Williams’ superpower is indeed dannoying people to death. But he is also The Invisible. Not that I’m complaining. So no, Mini D, your Dad is no superhero at all.

I wish we had the real deal at the chopper at the end and not the comic version of Steve. Because that is exactly something he would have done. Boom! Poof! Bang! Smack!

Let’s have a look at Hawaii’s human, vulnerable, trained, unselfish, altruistic BatMan.

SEAL sign’s up in the sky!



Never had a bad hairy chest day.

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