Hawaii Five-O: Season 2, Episode 3

Forty Feet High and It Kills! (8 Oct. 1969)

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Wo Fat returns. His men break into a center and send out a false tsunami warning. This provides cover so other of his operatives can kidnap a scientist. However, it turns out the scientist ... See full summary »

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Professor Harold Lochner
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Victoria Lochner
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Wo Fat returns. His men break into a center and send out a false tsunami warning. This provides cover so other of his operatives can kidnap a scientist. However, it turns out the scientist is a diabetic who requires insulin shots. This complicates Wo Fat's plans to remove the scientist from Hawaii. Five-O races to prevent Wo Fat from succeeding. Written by Bill Koenig

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The villa where the scientists meet was the Robin Mastrs estate in Magnum P.I. it was also Quon Li's estate in the episode "Sweet Terror". See more »

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Victoria Lochner: [Explaining genetics to McGarrett] I can tell you this though... That it's the science of expediting the process of evolution by stepping up the favorable mutations.
Det. Steve McGarrett: In other words, they wanna mess around with our genes so that our children will be geniuses.
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Trivia Note!
10 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

For all of you Magnum PI fans out there, it's interesting to note that the second scene in this episode was shot at the mansion known as "Robin's Nest" in the Magnum series. This scene was taped in the mansion's front yard area, and filmed about 11 years prior to Magnum PI debuting on American television. I also found another interesting coincidence in this scene. When McGarrett first meets an acquaintance at the mansion, the acquaintance mentions that McGarrett was a retired naval intelligence officer turned cop. Thomas Magnum was a retired naval intelligence officer turned private investigator! I wonder if this really is a coincidence or an ode to Hawaii Five-O!


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