When Officer Lori Wilson's husband is murdered by robbers just as he is about to become a Five-O team member, Lori herself joins Five-O to track down -- and possibly gun down -- the crooks.

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Lori Wilson
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Ben Dawson
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Lloyd Dawson
Frankie Stevens ...
Kevin Wilson
Robert Carson ...
Minister (as Bob Carson)
Jorie Remus ...
Maid
Carole Kai ...
Linda
Reginold F.H. Ho ...
Reed (as Reggie Ho)
Johnny Walker ...
Otis
Leeannah Roberts ...
Terry Pryor
Sandy Shirai ...
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When Officer Lori Wilson's husband is murdered by robbers just as he is about to become a Five-O team member, Lori herself joins Five-O to track down -- and possibly gun down -- the crooks.

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11 October 1979 (USA)  »

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This is the last episode for writer Robert Janes and Jack Lord as director. See more »

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Introducing Officer Wilson...1 and 2.
17 March 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode picks up immediately after the late one--with McGarrett STILL pressuring Carew (William Smith) to join Five-O. In a coincidence you only see on TV, a new member of the team, Kevin Wilson, is killed during an armed hold up--and his wife, an HPD Officer, witnessed this killing and tried to stop the gunmen. This is the coincidence I mentioned because Carew's wife and son had been murdered--now he tries to help Lori Wilson (Sharon Farrell) through her grief. But, like Carew, she doesn't want to sit back and wait--she's going to get the baddies! When McGarrett hears about this, he also tells her to stay out of the case. But, being a hot-heated widow, she's not about to do nothing.

This is a decent episode of the series, though as with Carew, you'd wonder why McGarrett would offer jobs to BOTH these cops by the end of the show. After all, they have the lone wolf mentality and haven't shown a lot in the way of teamwork. Worth seeing but not much more.


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