Someone breaks into Five-O's temporary offices at the Territorial Building and, for the most part, manages to avoid the burglar alarms. When the alarm is triggered, the guard who responds is decoyed by a small music-playing souvenir doll long enough for the burglar to escape. The next day, however, Five-O's staff can find nothing missing, even though there is evidence that the lock to one of the cabinets was picked. What was taken they only learn later -- a single sheet official requisition form that is used to steal about $14,000 in state money -- the first step in an elaborate scheme by a check forger whom McGarrett once helped put in jail. Written by
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Forger Hunter R. Hickey (Kevin McCarthy) has a small boy ask McGarrett to autograph his picture on a magazine cover to get a sample for forgery. The signature as McGarrett is writing it on the cover, however, is quite different from the version shown later when Hickey tries to copy it - for example, the "G" in "McGarrett" is written on his left shoulder as he is shown writing it, whereas the later version has his entire signature fitting neatly within the lighter area of his suit, and the ink on the later version of the signature is also much darker. See more