Hawaii Five-0 (2010– )
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Oia'i'o 

After one of governor Jameson's assistants is killed, McGarrett discovers that the governor may have been working with Wo Fat and may have been the target of his father's investigation.

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Wo Fat
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Chief of Police Mahaka
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Grace Williams
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Detective Ahuna
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When Five-0 gets too close to the truth about Wo Fat and his associates, the criminal mastermind retaliates by trying to destroy the team. They've always played by their own rules, but when the Governor can no longer protect them, it's time for Five-0 to pay the consequences of their action. Written by CBS Publicity

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Action | Crime | Drama

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TV-14
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16 May 2011 (USA)  »

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" Oia'i'o " is Hawaiian for Trust See more »

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Rachel calls Danny and says that they have to meet urgently. They agree to meet in an hour, yet at the time of the call it is broad daylight and when they meet it is pitch dark. See more »

Quotes

Danny 'Danno' Williams: We didn't have a choice, okay? It was a ransom demand. If we didn't do it, they were gonna kill Chin. So McGarret and Kono used the sewer tunnel to break into the locker.
Jenna Kaye: That's crazy.
Danny 'Danno' Williams: Welcome to my world.
Jenna Kaye: I like it!
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Girls Got Rhythm
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Written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young, and Bon Scott
Performed by AC/DC
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