“Kā i ka ‘ino, no ka ‘ino” – When Five-0 investigates a tourist helicopter that was shot down by a missile, they trace the stolen artillery to a ghost from McGarrett’s past – Wo Fat. Also, after Adam’s ordeal in rescuing Tamiko and reconnecting with the Yakuza, he makes a bold decision about his future with Five-0, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, Dec. 13 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
(“Kā i ka ‘ino, no ka ‘ino” is Hawaiian for “To Return Evil for Evil”)
I guess this will be the last episode before the Christmas break. I hope that Adam will finally go where he really belongs, with the Yakuza. 😉
Do you remember way back in Season 3 when the team referred to Magnum as a TV show? Even back then I thought that was an odd thing to do; I mean with being a reboot of a well known TV-show itself. I thought, someday it will bite them in the ass. 😉
And now we will get the crossover Five-0/Magnum on January 3rd. Of course, some fans see that as a big problem.
Personally, I couldn’t care less about that problem. I actually think it’s laughable with all the other problems like lack of continuity and dropped characters on this show.
Magnum has really grown on me, and I enjoy it very much. I am looking forward to the cross-over.
So, how about you? Is this reference from years ago bothering you now? Or do you ignore such things?
And what would you like to forget it ever happened on the show?
Loved Steve’s handshake with Junior’s mom. About time they met, I mean, her son enjoys the hospitality of Steve, Steve’s the man who helped him, dragged him out of the shelter and gave him a job. One would think… she already said Thank You with some cookies.
But at least she raised Junior perfectly, taught him manners, empathy and how to behave as a guest and as a friend; no fake once in a while alibi pseudo concern to make himself feel better.
I was surprised by a pretty good episode. I even enjoyed the second storyline.
But what was really excellent was Alex’s portrayal of Steve, a Steve still in shock, a devastated Steve, a Steve so full of hurt and pain. His Steve was kind of ‘reduced’ for a lack of a better word, he was more quiet, had a low voice and you could feel that Steve desperately tried not to lose it. It made me feel for him so much. The continuity was so very well done by Alex! Thank you, Mr. O’Loughlin. So I thought some quotes of the man himself would be very fitting for this episode. Hope you enjoy. ~leiCa
“O ‘oe, a ‘owau, nalo ia mea” – When Adam’s girlfriend, Tamiko (Brittany Ishibashi), is kidnapped right in front of him, he shuts out Five-0 and breaks all the rules in order to get her back. Also, Five-0 investigates three seemingly unconnected homicides, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, Dec. 6(8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
(“O ‘oe, a ‘owau, nalo ia mea” is Hawaiian for “You and Me, It is Hidden”)
We, as fans of Hawaii Five-0 have a heart-felt plea for this season’s DVD set.
Please consider adding the lost (cut) scenes from Episode 10.07 to the Season 10 DVD set. Knowing so much more was written and directed by Alex O’Loughlin, we feel certain much was left on the cutting room floor. We wish you could share with the rest of us!
Maybe we can even hope for a director’s cut of this amazing episode?
Your consideration of our request would be greatly appreciated.
Sincerely and thank you,
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