Danny's ex-partner from the Honolulu P.D. is found dead in a luau barbecue pit. Danny demands the team must take his word that the man was incorruptible, although evidence piles up that he ... See full summary »

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Danny's ex-partner from the Honolulu P.D. is found dead in a luau barbecue pit. Danny demands the team must take his word that the man was incorruptible, although evidence piles up that he was involved in corruption surrounding the Mexican Ochoa cocaine cartel. Internal Affairs Sergeant Cage, who damaged Chin's reputation, is on the case but fails to shield it as HPD Detective Ahuna discretely joins the Five-O investigation. The deeper they dig, the dirtier everyone looks. Jailed human trafficker Sang Min holds a trump card, so Danny bids on it. Written by KGF Vissers

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Action | Crime | Drama

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In the sequence where Bronson Pinchot's character is strapped to the bonnet of the Chevrolet and driven around, Pinchot himself performed the stunt. See more »

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Danny 'Danno' Williams: I can give you a minute to talk to them if you want.
Sang Min: ...No.
[Sniffles]
Sang Min: I've caused my wife and son enough pain. But thank you, for keeping your word.
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Hawaii 5-0 Theme
Written by Morton Stevens
Performed by Brian Tyler
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Bad Episode, Good Premise
1 September 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As someone with an officer in the family, this episode hits home. The reality of the situation we live in nowadays is one where both communities and authorities are corrupt, and it's hard to find someone who is corrupt in neither way. However, this reality doesn't change the fact that this episode was sloppily done (to the point of hilarity at times) and seemed overall rushed.


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