Hawaii Five-O (1968–1980)
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Thanks for the Honeymoon 

McGarrett is called in to talk to Toni, a tough-talking young woman who has recently been busted along with her boyfriend. Toni is going to prison and can live with that, but she wants to ... See full summary »

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Ben
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Toni
Larry Kert ...
Marty
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Margo
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Manola
Glenn Cannon ...
Manicote
Richard Collier ...
Vincent
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George Herman ...
Dr. Harlow
Norman Wright ...
Minister
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George
Kenneth Ing ...
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McGarrett is called in to talk to Toni, a tough-talking young woman who has recently been busted along with her boyfriend. Toni is going to prison and can live with that, but she wants to get married (she's pregnant) before then in an elaborate ceremony. In return, she will testify against a mobster who has always beaten the rap -- "How about murder one? ... With his own two hands?" McGarrett counters that the mobster will use all of his many resources to knock off the couple, but Toni is adamant and McGarrett goes to work with the help of the reporter he's dating. Written by Peter Harris

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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9 January 1973 (USA)  »

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The title is from the song "Thanks for the Memory" composed by Ralph Rainger, with lyrics by Leo Robin and was introduced in The Big Broadcast of 1938 (1938) by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross eventually becoming Bob Hope's theme song. See more »

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Pretty good despite a bit of over-acting...and under-acting.
2 January 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

The show begins with a prisoner (Patty Duke) making a deal with the District Attorney to testify against a mob boss (wow--Hawaii seems to have a never-ending supply of them). In exchange, this wacky lady wants the police to provide a church wedding and honeymoon for her! McGarrett thinks the lady just wants to milk the state but the DA gives his approval for this weird bargain. The problem is that now it's up to McGarrett to try to somehow keep this idiot alive!

This is a pretty good episode of "Hawaii Five-O" although some of the acting left a bit to be desired. First, Patty Duke occasionally over-emoted in a few scenes and reminded me of her performance in "Valley of the Dolls". Second, this was one of the few episodes that explored McGarrett's love life--and he appeared extremely awkward and stiff (in a bad way) in these scenes. Still, despite this, it's pretty interesting and featured an unusual plot.


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