A honeymooner is murdered during a rigged game of poker and his brother arrives in Hawaii for revenge.

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Lorenzo Corman
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Maggie Corman
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Sam Quong
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Del Enright
Tommy Fujiwara ...
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A honeymooner is murdered during a rigged game of poker and his brother arrives in Hawaii for revenge.

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28 January 1970 (USA)  »

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Lorenzo Corman: The bullet that killed my brother will match... The one in my shoulder.
Det. Steve McGarrett: One man is dead because you decided personal revenge is more important than due process of law. Too bad you don't know as much about law and justice, as you know about guns and bullets. Let's go.
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John Calicos stars in this episode...so you know it's worth seeing.
3 January 2010 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

The show begins with a sap getting taken in a rigged poker game. Apparently, there was a truck outside monitoring the game and sending information to one of the players. When the big loser finds out, he return—only to be shot and killed. Soon afterword, the man's brother (John Calicos) comes to the island and begins a one-man vigilante investigation. This is hardly a surprise, as Calicos ALWAYS plays heavies and so you expect him to track down the murderer. So it's up to McGarrett to find out the truth and stop yet another murder.

This episode gets high marks for its great pacing and plot twists. Although Calicos is technically a bad guy, he turns out to be not quite the bad guy we thought—making it not so easy to anticipate exactly where the story is going next. That, and nice supporting characters make this one of the better ones of Season two.


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