Three seemingly ordinary people are recruited to make a hit on a mob boss from Chicago visiting Hawaii. The hit is done with precision. The killers are equipped with firearms with plastic coverings that prevent shell casings from being left for evidence, for example. Also, the three participants, in effect, provide alibis for each other. Five-O initially thinks this is a professional hit until its probe begins to uncover the truth. McGarrett & Co. must figure out why these three people were so desperate they could be blackmailed into performing a murder. Second, Five-O must figure out what the ultimate goal of the caper is. Written by
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The season five and later opening credit for Kam Fong as Chin Ho speaking into a walkie talkie was taken from this episode. See more
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[Looking around to ensure privacy, reveals firearms
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Instead of the title appearing all at once, "Didn't", "We", and "Meet" appear separately when each of the "participants" are visually introduced (for about 3 seconds each), interspersed with McGarrett giving out instructions to his team in the opening sequence. Then, "Didn't We Meet" is brought back with the shot of the plane (for another few seconds) before completing the title with "At A Murder?" The normal sequence of titles then play out. See more