Hawaii Five-0

  • Title: Hawaii Five-0 – Pa’a Ka ‘ipuka I Ka ‘Upena Nananana
  • Title: Hawaii Five-0 – O Ke Ali’i Wale No Ka’u Makemake
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Hawaii Five-0 - O Ke Ali'i Wale No Ka'u Makemake

Hawaii Five-0 ends its Sixth Season with a two-part season finale. Both offer tense episodes with membres of Five-0 in grave danger, although it appears the whole team will make it back for another season (now that the show has been officially renewed by CBS). “Pa’a Ka ‘ipuka I Ka ‘Upena Nananana” wraps up the Gabriel Waincroft (Christopher Sean) storyline as the would-be super-villain gets himself shot by a scared junkie and hunted by the agents of Michelle Shioma (Michelle Krusiec). Despite putting their lives between Waincroft and the Yakuza assassins, Five-0 is ultimately unable to save the life of their enemy.

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Hawaii Five-0 – Pilina Koko

by Alan Rapp on May 9, 2016

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  • Title: Hawaii Five-0 – Pilina Koko
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Hawaii Five-0 - Pilina Koko

A few familiar faces return, and a new important supporting character is introduced, in an episode that sets up storylines well beyond next week’s two-part season finale. “Pilina Koko” hits close to home for one member of Five-0 when a woman is found murdered in her own home. While cleaning up the crime scene Hirsch (Willie Garson) is attacked by the sole witness to the crime, a thief who saw a targeted execution of the woman who was once Gabriel Waincroft‘s (Christopher Sean) girlfriend. Leaving behind a young daughter, Chin (Daniel Dae Kim) discovers he has a niece he never knew about.

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Hawaii Five-0 – I’ike Ke Ao

by Alan Rapp on May 2, 2016

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  • Title: Hawaii Five-0 – I’ike Ke Ao
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Hawaii Five-0 - I'ike Ke Ao

Five-0 is called in when a babysitter (Cassi Thomson) is abducted by a vigilante targeting those who have gotten away with crimes. Given the abductor’s technical expertise, Five-0 calls in their own part-time computer genius allowing Martin Starr to return to the show as Toast, who McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) sadly rips away from his all-too-brief encounter with the alluring Ciara Hanna.

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  • Title: Hawaii Five-0 – Ka Pono Ku’oko’a
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Hawaii Five-0 - Ka Pono Ku'oko'a

Adam‘s (Ian Anthony Dale) prison stay gets a bit more interesting with news of Gabriel Waincroft‘s (Christopher Sean) visit to the prison reaches not only Five-0 but also the new head (Michelle Krusiec) of the Yakuza in Hawaii who goes to great lengths to makes sure Adam turns up dead before working for her competition. When arranging a situation where the prison would have to evacuated and then hitting the bus Adam is on with an IED doesn’t end up killing the target, Yakuza hitmen are sent into the jungle after Adam and five other fleeing convicts.

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Hawaii Five-0 – Kanaka Hahai

by Alan Rapp on April 4, 2016

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  • Title: Hawaii Five-0 – Kanaka Hahai
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Hawaii Five-0 - Kanaka Hahai

When two men turn up in the ocean, one of who was officially executed years ago, both tied to a ship officially in dry dock for the last decade, Five-0 uncovers the ugly truth behind a slave ship which only one of men was able to escape alive. Despite coming clean about working undercover to take down Five-0, Abby (Julie Benz) is offered a spot on the team when she tossed away her career in San Fransisco by refusing to continue the witch hunt any longer. Deciding to stick around, she joins the investigation to find the slave ship which Five-0 discovers is connected to their old friend Graham Clark.

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