Five-O and District Attorney John Manicote think they have an ironclad case against a mobster on trial. But the jury keeps coming back with news that they have not reached a verdict. The ... See full summary »

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Al Harrington ...
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Ray Buktenica ...
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Mills
Glenn Cannon ...
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Harry Endo ...
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Robert Sandla ...
Lew Foss
Bill Bigelow ...
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Five-O and District Attorney John Manicote think they have an ironclad case against a mobster on trial. But the jury keeps coming back with news that they have not reached a verdict. The judge refuses to reveal the vote, but McGarrett correctly suspects that one person is holding out for an acquittal. But who - and why? Five-O obtains a jury list and starts checking out all of them to see who could have been bought, blackmailed or threatened. Written by Peter Harris

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13 March 1973 (USA)  »

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Exceptionally written...
31 January 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best episodes of the fifth season of "Hawaii Five-O"--making it an excellent wrap-up for the year. The best aspect of the show is its writing--it's intelligent and very creative.

The show begins with McGarrett testifying at a murder trial. Following his testimony, an alcoholic stoolie approaches him in the parking lot--he has something BIG to pass on to McGarrett. It turns out that there is a rumor that this particular case WILL end up with a hung jury, as one of the jurors will vote for acquittal no matter how compelling the evidence is. Also, apparently this juror is a man--eliminating seven in the pool. While the truthfulness of this rumor is strongly in doubt, through the course of the show it becomes more and more likely that the guy is right--especially when he ends up in the morgue. There is a lot more to the story than this--and the most compelling aspect is WHY the juror is willing to do this.

Clever and very well done.


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