The wages of sin are death for prostitutes who are being murdered by a pimp and his totally psycho helper in an effort to get the survivors to join his "stable." The women organize on their own and try to fight back, but are reluctant to go to the police because they could spend a long time in jail. But as the frequency and viciousness of the attacks increase, McGarrett establishes a tenuous pipeline to the women's leader to try to trap the enforcer. Written by
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When Caldwell's car is being driven off the road at the end after losing a tire, the driver is clearly a stunt man and not Ned Beatty
- he has a much darker complexion than Beatty and black hair, compared to Beatty's more light brown or blond hair. See more
When it comes time to list the guest actors, the first card says "Guest Stars" (plural) and gives Elaine Joyce's name -- but the next card goes to "Special Guest Star Ned Beatty." However, the final card is also in guest-star format and says "Introducing Kelly Bishop as Charlene." There are several other shows which misuse singular and plural on guest-cast lists. This is the only Five-O show to use the word "Introducing." See more