McGarrett's father's toolbox is stolen, and his sister is kidnapped for investigating their mother's death. McGarrett soon discovers that his father was investigating a suspected Yakuza leader before his death.



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Al Harrington ...
William Maeda ...
Koji Ishikawa (as Bill Maeda)
Michael Hsia ...
Augie Tulba ...


Dad McGarrett's toolbox, which Steve kept their old and new evidence concerning his murder and its antecedents in, is stolen. His sister Mary made photographs and even came up with some original ways to approach the case, but she's kidnapped. Evidence leads Five-0 to local business tycoon Hiro Noshimuri who is not only a friend and major campaign contributor of the governor, but also the Hawaian Yakuza branch's chief. Even his own brother Koji, a cop, is sacrificed to counter Steve and Danny closing in, but that can't stop them. In their shadow lurks Wo Fat, who also was behind Chin's set-up. Written by KGF Vissers

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3 January 2011 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The part of Mamo Ihike which Al Harrington (Ben Kokua from the classic Five-O) portrayed originally was written for James MacArthur prior to his death on October 28, 2010. See more »


When McGarrett is seen reading the "Dancing Men" story, the book is entitled "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes". In fact, the story appears in a later volume entitled "The Return of Sherlock Holmes". See more »


Governor Pat Jameson: If what you say is true, and you're gonna go after someone as powerful and as connected as Hiro Noshimuri, you better be damn certain you've got rock solid evidence and proceed with extreme caution.
Steve McGarrett: Duly noted.
Governor Pat Jameson: Because if you don't, I don't think I'm going to be able to protect you.
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Hawaii Five-0 Main Title Theme
Written by Morton Stevens
Performed by Brian Tyler
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The Best New Hawaii 5-0 Episode
3 January 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the penultimate episode of the first season. It is the intersect between classic Hawaii Five-0 and the new Hawaii 5-0, where McGarrett, Danno, the Governor, and the legendary Five- 0 villain Wo Fat reach a crossroads, where none can turn away from a collision course.

In this fast paced and well-scripted juggernaut teleplay, it is impossible to take your eyes off of the action and foreboding realization that a central story line will conclude and herald the start of the colossal battle between McGarrett and Wo Fat. I was so engrossed that I watched the episode only a couple commercials behind, where normally, I would have watched it after it had been fully recorded.

I highly recommend this episode for anyone who wants to know whether the new Hawaii Five-0 is worth watching.

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