A rich developer's wife has been kidnapped and an ecology activist has been implicated. But the activist is innocent and has been framed. McGarrett & Co. try to solve the crime and find the kidnapped woman. As the title implies, the developer's neighbor holds the key to the mystery. Written by
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The title comes from the biblical quote from Matthew, "thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself." See more
The first time that the kidnapper calls the husband of the kidnap victim, the police are unable to get any trace on the call. Shortly thereafter, however, when he and Danny Williams are discussing this in Che Fong's lab, McGarrett comments that the call was made from "a pay phone used a hundred times a day." Because the police do not get a trace on the kidnapper's call until the second time he calls - after this conversation - at the time he makes this statement, McGarrett had no way of knowing whether the kidnapper used a pay phone or a private line. See more