Hawaii Five-O (1968–1980)
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Bomb, Bomb, Who's Got the Bomb? 

A bomb blows up a state senator's car and kills his secretary. At the end of the day, the killer appears to be the intended victim.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Al Harrington ...
Kam Fong ...
Harlan Henderson
Melody Patterson ...
Linda Ryan ...
Dr. Patrick (as Linda Ann Ryan)
Harry Endo ...
Winston Char ...
Dr. Leonard (as Winston C.S. Char)
Danny Kamekona ...
Nick (as Daniel Kamekona)
Norman Dupont ...
Roger Henderson (as Norman E. Dupont)
Seth Sakai ...
Seth Sakai
Lynne Ellen Hollinger ...
Electra Gailas ...
Woman In Elevator (as Electra Gailas Fair)


A series of bomb threats against a state senator culminate in a car-bomb blast that kills his secretary. But Five-O realizes that the only tie-in to the threats and explosions is the senator himself. Five-O calls in a psychologist who determines that the senator has multiple-personality disorder -- one side of him is threatening the other, when the senator, as a young boy, fatally shot his own father in a rage, the guilt over the incident gradually caused the senator to lose his mind, making him two people, one normal and one consumed with destroying the other. The "bad" senator rigs up another bomb for the "good" senator to pick up and carry in an outdoor elevator, figuring the blast will annihilate him and much of the hotel where he's staying. McGarrett must get to the senator and get the bomb away from him before the senator -- and McGarrett himself -- go out in a blaze of glory. Written by Peter Harris

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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8 October 1974 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The car that the senator's secretary is killed in is a 1974 Lincoln. When Five-o arrives and is going over the crime scene, the burned out car is shown as a 1968 Lincoln. (suicide doors). See more »

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Thrilling, with Sensitivity to People
30 March 2015 | by (.) – See all my reviews

Firstly, I probably should be reviewing " reviewers" or at least get paid for writing quality reviews.

This is a good episode, which moves briskly, and with excitement.

It shows compassion and understanding to those with conditions,such as what afflicted the senator.

All notions about minor flaws, aren't necessary, and most people don't notice it anyway.

One thing, almost all of the great police and spy classic shows, provide great stories, but fail to provide a fulfilling ending, and do not contain an epilogue, a summary.

This is true of this episode, and is a need to be addressed.

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