Hawaii Five-0 (2010– )
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The team works to rescue a computer expert who has been kidnapped by Serbian mobsters.

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Roland Lowry
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Natalie Reed / Nadia Lukovic
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Evan Lowry
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Drago Zankovic
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Berit Kawaguchi ...
Elevator Mother
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Girl with Dreads
Joshua Stankovits ...
Elevator Son
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General Tom Nathanson
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Elevator Father (as Paul Klink)
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Grace Williams
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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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27 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Kono (Grace Park) first refers to McGarrett as "Boss" in this episode and continues throughout series. Kono on the original series often called McGarrett "Boss." See more »

Goofs

The combination cap that McGarrett is holding at the end at the Five-0 headquarters is the wrong one according to his rank in the United States Navy - he is a Lieutenant Commander in the Naval Reserves and the cap is for a full Commander [indicated by the gold oak leaves and acorns on the visor] See more »

Quotes

Det. Steve McGarrett: No one in Hawaii wears a tie.
Det. Danny Williams: Oh, I'm sorry. I like to look like a professional.
Det. Steve McGarrett: Professional what?
Det. Danny Williams: Okay, this is my favorite tie. Grace gave me this tie for Father's Day. Oh, and also, just so you know, back in Jersey and every normal city in this country, this is what a detective looks like.
Det. Steve McGarrett: Really?
Det. Danny Williams: Yeah, really.
Det. Steve McGarrett: Yeah. Shirt, tie, doughnut crumbs. You missed a spot.
[Danny brushes crumbs off his shirt]
Det. Steve McGarrett: You're never gonna fit in here looking like you're from the mainland.
Det. Danny Williams: Who says I want to fit...
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References The Matrix (1999) See more »

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Another Longshot
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Performed by Rico Rodriguez
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Attention to detail, great directing and a fun script.

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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