While investigating the murder of a professional photographer, Five-0 discovers a connection to a local bookie. Meanwhile, Chin Ho covers for his uncle and claims that he has the stolen police money.



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Renny Sinclair
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Collector #1 (as Joseph Bucaro III)


It's the worst kind of overexposure when world-renowned photographer Renny Sinclair is murdered while on assignment in Hawaii shooting the annual swimsuit edition of a top sports magazine. Danny, who has to interview each of the shell-shocked models, thinks this might be Five-0's best case ever. Written by CBS Publicity

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2 May 2011 (USA)  »

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"Ho'ohi Na'au " is Hawaiian for Close To Heart See more »


As Kono and Charlie are collecting gas samples from 12 stations, they are supposed to be collecting "87 octane" the lowest octane unleaded gas sold in the US. During one stop, Charlie finishes pumping gas into the gas can and hangs up the spigot in the middle position on the pump, which in the next closeup shot is revealed to be "Plus" grade gas. Unleaded gas is sold as regular (87, what they were after), some version of the word "Plus" (89), and then usually a brand-specific name for high grade which is 91 octane. Charlie was not pumping from regular unleaded, which is what they wanted to collect. See more »


Steve McGarrett: Look Chin, listen this is gonna clear your name.
Chin Ho Kelly: Yeah, it will. But at what cost? My uncle was a righteous cop, Steve. In his 25 years, he put away hundreds of criminals. Guys that deserved to be off the streets. And if he's found guilty, they'll enact judicial review. All of his past convictions will be called into question. Guilty men will walk straight out of prison.
Steve McGarrett: Let me call the Governor.
Chin Ho Kelly: No. This is my problem. I'll handle it.
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This Episode: Overplay Part- ***
3 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The part with the uncle stealing money is getting to be a little too much. Everyone seems to be covering for everyone else.

The lead story which should have been the entire hour concerned itself with a male fashion photographer who meets a ghastly end. You would think that Danno would be extremely excited to be interviewing all of those models.

As is the case with a lot of these type of shows, suspicion always seems to fall on someone else as we all say how obvious this is and then a complete turn around occurs.

Grace Park seems to have found a new guy, someone she kissed during spin the bottle at age 10. Daniel Day Kim seems to reach a new low in seeking out the low-life for a $200,000+ loan to cover the stolen loot that his uncle took. Even though auntie was dying of kidney disease, that doesn't justify stealing the money, especially when you're a police officer for over 25 years.

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