A deadly strain of heroin hits the island.

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Nancy Wilson ...
Eadie Jordan
Milton Selzer ...
Ron
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Mike Martin
Robert Gibbons ...
Rags
David Burton ...
Harry Partch (as Dave Burton)
Remi Abellira ...
Boy
Harry Endo ...
Morton Stevens ...
Hank
Hal Lewis ...
Kiley
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A deadly strain of heroin hits the island.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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23 September 1970 (USA)  »

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Morton Stevens, who plays Eadie Jordan's drummer (and a heroin addict) in this episode, was the series' main composer. Among the many compositions that Stevens wrote for the series was its legendary main theme music. See more »

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Det. Steve McGarrett: [Steve thinks Mike is using heroin] Eadie, talk some sense into Mike... Tell him to help us nail Partch... Because if you don't, one way or the other, you're gonna end up needing a new piano player.
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Trouble in Mind
Words and Music by Richard M. Jones
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Drugs in the Spotlight
29 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Nancy Wilson gets a spot in this episode which I judged to be just okay.

McGarret has trouble on his hands as he needs to stop a deadly strain of heroin on the island. Wilson's character, along with her piano player played by Harry Guardino, dominate the scenes as they attempt to evade McGarret and his crew while trying to find a "fix".

Pretty shallow plot involving very little action, however, we get to see the typical tough Steve McGarret trying to set things straight and bring some semblance of order to the scene. He does so in great fashion (as usual) and even gains some unusual camaraderie with Guardino's character while trying to serve a greater good.


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