The team works to rescue a computer expert who has been kidnapped by Serbian mobsters.

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Berit Kawaguchi ...
Elevator Mother
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Girl with Dreads
Joshua Stankovits ...
Elevator Son
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Elevator Father (as Paul Klink)
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Storyline

NSA-contracted encryption expert Roland Lowry is kidnapped while talking to motherless pre-teen son Evan on the way to general Tom Nathanson of the Pacific command. ICT expert Adam 'Toast' Charles helps the duo realize how spectacularly dangerous the 'skeleton key' Roland completed can be, and that it's being used. Kono meanwhile guards Evan, but the team realizes too late Roland's girlfriend Natalie Reed is on the fiends' side, being an alias of Nadia Lukovic. Written by KGF Vissers

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Action | Crime | Drama

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Trivia

"Ohana" is Hawaiian for Family ( Dvd ) See more »

Goofs

Whenever they are seen inside Dano's Camaro the door locks are shown in the up position. They automatically lock into the down position when the car reaches 10 mph, and could only be up if someone manually pressed the unlock button located in the center console (between the air handling knobs) while the car is in motion already. See more »

Quotes

[after Danno walks into his house unannounced]
Det. Steve McGarrett: What is it with you and walking into people's houses?
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Connections

References The Matrix (1999) See more »

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We're All Gonna Die
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Performed by Slash feat. Iggy Pop
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Attention to detail, great directing and a fun script.
18 November 2014 | by (Honolulu, Hawaii, United States) – See all my reviews

I had no idea what attention to detail went on the set of Hawaii Five-0 until I was selected as a costar on this episode. Seeing the set dressers, stylists, etc. go to incredible lengths for authenticity and believability!

The director Brad is a people person who made all of us comfortable even the Child, Joshua, in the elevator scene where I am as the Father. Brad's patience and true empathy for the actors makes him credible and easy to work with.

The scrip is both interesting, exciting and FUN...having received the whole script and reading it all the way through for a sense of context for my role, I can share that not only was it written well, it was written with FUN and excitement for audiences to be captivated and unable to peel their eyes off the screen.

I'm honored and humbled to be selected from thousands of men who tried to get this role and what a pleasure it was working with the actors and actresses of Hawaii Five-0 and now being an alumni costar. Mahalo!


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