Hawaii Five-0: Season 1, Episode 22

Ho'ohuli Na'au (2 May 2011)

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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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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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Two of the bikini models (Angela Lindvall and Serinda Swan) are professional models in real life. Lindvall was a featured model in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Winter Edition newsstand special in 2004 and previously modeled for Victoria's Secret. See more »

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Kamekona: [to the phone] This is Kame - oh yeah. Forgot. 3-2-4-4. Yeah.
[Danny hands him a note. Kamekona reads the note]
Kamekona: "If you want the money that I owe you. You're going to have to come down here and take it from me because I am not paying."
[Kamekona hangs up the phone]
Kamekona: That's it. Lesson learned. If I live through this, I'm *never* gambling again!
Danny 'Danno' Williams: Yeah, right.
Kamekona: How much you like bet?
Danny 'Danno' Williams: Mmm?
Kamekona: [Realizes what he just said] Oh.
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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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