The Hawaiian kumu mob attempts to take over a resort-workers union, to the fury of native Hawaiians who vengefully infiltrate and smash underground activities in lawless fashion. Meanwhile, Boston ex-cop James Carew trails a mainland gangster - who is providing aid and comfort to the kumu - to Hawaii in order to get information on the murders of his wife and child. Written by
Did You Know?
After nearly two years away from Five-O (and a year away from television after "Police Woman" ended its run), Morton Stevens returns to compose the musical score for this show and several others in the 12th season. He also orchestrated a new version of the opening theme which features a tympani drum going down the scale in the key of C to to lead into the trumpet music. This theme (minus four seconds of drumming) is used as the closing theme for this show only. See more
After Billy Swan is knocked out on the beach, he can be seen laying face down on the beach. His body disappears and reappears in following scenes. See more
James 'Kimo' Carew
The message, Mister Alika, is that I am not McGarrett. And you and me are going to have a whole different kind of relationship!