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Kono Kalakaua (Character)
from "Hawaii Five-0" (2010)

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Hawaii Five-0: Season 6: Episode 9 -- Five-0 goes back to school when a college professor is killed and Danny goes undercover as his replacement.

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  1. "Hawaii Five-0"
        - Ka Makau Kaa Kaua (2015) TV episode, Played by Grace Park
        - Hana Keaka (2015) TV episode, Played by Grace Park
        - Piko Pau 'iole (2015) TV episode, Played by Grace Park
        - Na Kame Hele (2015) TV episode, Played by Grace Park
        - Na Pilikua Nui (2015) TV episode, Played by Grace Park
          (122 more)
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  1. "Hawaii Five-0"
        - Ina Paha (2014) TV episode, Played by Grace Park
  2. "NCIS: Los Angeles"
    ... aka "NCIS: LA" - International (English title) (short title)
        - Touch of Death (2012) TV episode, Played by Grace Park

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From "Hawaii Five-0: Malama Ka Aina (#1.3)" (2010)
Danny 'Danno' Williams: I just got one question: What's a quarterback doing with the number fifty?
Steve McGarrett: No. It's five - oh.
Danny 'Danno' Williams: Yeah.
Steve McGarrett: NO, it's not fifty, it's five-oh. It's what my dad used to call our family because we weren't native Hawaiians. So he nicknamed us "Five-oh's." After the fiftyth state in the union, I don't know. I guess it was his way of making us feel like we belonged, I guess.
Kono Kalakaua: Hmm. I like that. Five-oh.
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