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"Hawaii Five-O" Run, Johnny, Run (TV Episode 1970) Poster

(TV Series)

(1970)

Goofs

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Factual errors 

The term AWOL (absent without leave) is used throughout this episode. That term is generally used in the Army. Since John Mala is in the Navy, the term unauthorized absence (UA) would be used.
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Spoilers

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Plot holes 

We are told that Walt Kramer was Fred Waters' best friend, had grown up with Waters' widow (Sue), had introduced the two of them, and had served as best man at their wedding. As seen in the opening sequence Fred Waters is a Seaman Apprentice (E-2) making him relatively new to the Navy (less than 18 months) and Kramer is a Petty Officer First Class with at least six years of service. There probably was not enough time for Kramer to have introduced Sue to Fred in Hawaii as she was originally from out of state. This could have been fixed had they made Waters a more senior rank (e.g., second class petty officer).
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