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It may seem strange to add a love interest to the main character 5 episodes into a show... and I would agree with you. But that's what Five-0 did when they defined Steve McGarrett's girlfriend for good with this part of the series by starting the primary segment of the episode (not including the introduction, that is) by creating intimacy between Steve and his girlfriend, Catherine Rollins, in the form showing them waking up together. Other then the intimate interactions between the two of them, nothing really happens much in this episode. The cinematography, acting, and progression were all decent enough, and the characters were easy to sympathize with and understandable at face value. Overall, better then the 3 episodes that came before it, but still nothing special.
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Seeing the partner that cheated him out of the money during a bank
heist, sets an imprisoned convict off. He kills guards and others as he
breaks out of jail. The killing spree continues as he attempts to find
the guy and his girlfriend. The latter does not know anything about
this but takes a bullet as well.
In a secondary plot, McGarrett's troubled sister shows up. The last time they saw each other was at the funeral for their mother. She is crafty and am wondering if when introduced to Danno, subsequent romance will follow later. Who knows?
This episode was well paced and a pleasure watching. Even down to the exciting helicopter chase at the end, there is non-stop action.
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