A tsunami warning is broadcast and all of Oahu is evacuated. However, the chief of the Tsunami Warning Center is missing and McGarrett and Five-0 investigate. However, several things don't add up and soon the team realizes that the warning is a hoax and is being used to cover up a robbery at the police vault. Unfortunately, it could mean the end of Five-0 due to the fact that the target of the thieves is the $28 million that McGarrett "borrowed" $10 million of to save Chin's life. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
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The mystery of the $28 million stashed in an HPD asset forfeiture locker has another revelation - the case that Chin Ho worked on prior to his termination from HPD involved the U.S. Coast Guard. A rogue Coast Guard officer is the mastermind. See more
Near the end, right after a commercial, we see a brief shot of a deserted beach, deserted since everyone was forced to evacuate because of the tsunami warning. But none of the beach chairs got knocked over, all the towels are still reasonably positioned. It looks like everyone just calmly walked away. See more
Just do what they say, Mamo, okay? There's a tsunami coming. It's not safe to be on the beach.
Steve, I was here in '60, '64 and '75. I've seen 'em all. There's no tsunami today.
Okay, I hear you, but you gotta get out of there just in case, all right?
Okay, brah, but I'm telling you. Someone's blowing smoke up somebody's o'hole.
References Captain America
Written by Lykke Li
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