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Start with the address, which doesn't exist, and move on to the crude treatment of Hawaiian culture. Cheryl Ladd's character treated every aspect of Hawaiian cuisine with disgust. Local culture was ridiculed. No one spoke pidgin, except for comic relief. When they needed to show a heiau, instead of using any one of the thousands that dot Oahu, they built one at the base of Punchbowl Overlook.
This show was an affront to everything Hawaiian, and that it was carried into syndication while Byrds of Paradise -- which embraced Hawaiian culture -- was canceled mid-season was a slap in the face to Hawaii, her people, and anyone who truly cares about the Islands.
If you enjoyed this show, for everyone's sake, stay on the mainland.
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