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"Hawaii Five-0" Ha'i'ole (TV Episode 2011) Poster

(TV Series)

(2011)

Trivia

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Taylor Wily, Kamekona, always appeared in the end credits in Season 1. From this episode he appears in the Guest Starring section at the beginning of the episode.
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Masi Oka, Dr. Max Berman, was a guest star in Season 1. From this episode he's credited as a main character.
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Daniel Dae Kim and Terry O'Quinn starred together in Lost (2004-2010)
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When Kono is seen during the surveillance scene snapping pictures of Wo Fat and his entourage - she is using a Nikon D300 DSLR camera.
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The title of this episode means "Unbreakable".
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On the DVD audio commentary for this episode during the bathroom scene, Peter Lenkov mentions that director Steve Boyum's name appears as a graffito on the bathroom wall with the message 'For a good time, call Steve Boyum'.
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Dr. Bergman's daily driven vehicle is an early 1970s Volkswagen Type 181 sport utility vehicle, sold in the USA as The Thing between the 1973/74 model years - it was discontinued in the USA after the 1975 model year due to DOT safety regulations due to its classification as a passenger car as opposed to a Sport Utility Vehicle (the 181 is the ancestor of the Crossover Utility Vehicle using a passenger car platform e.g. a Toyota Highlander or Dodge Caliber). The VW Type 181 was produced initially for the West German military between 1969-1983 for NATO forces, with civilian sales commencing during the 1971 model year; low demand for the civilian market in the UK and USA forced VW to move production to Mexico in the early 1970s where it was sold locally - its known use is for a resort vehicle used in Mexican resorts like the Las Brisas in Acapulco.
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When Kono is taken by Wo Fat's men, he throws her laptop into the ocean. Although the logo is never shown, it was a Apple MacBook Pro. This sparks the end of any Apple computers being used in the show and the beginning of all computers being Windows based.
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