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
When Five-O find the van owned by kidnapping suspect Ben Tanaka, Danny Williams finds a headband with a large turquoise stone in it. He calls McGarrett, who is with the husband of the kidnap victim, and tells him to ask Mr. Wingfield if his wife owned "an Indian-type headband." McGarrett turns to Mr. Wingfield and asks if his wife owned "a turquoise headband." The description "Indian headband" was much too general to let McGarrett know even if it was an American Indian headband, yet he somehow knew - correctly - that it had a turquoise stone, even though Danny did not tell him this. See more