Hawaii Five-0: Season 2, Episode 12

Alaheo Pau'ole (12 Dec. 2011)

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As the gang gets ready for Chin Ho's wedding, Five-0 discovers that a man shot in a military bunker was in Hawaii to search for his missing son, and Steve begins to suspect that Joe is hiding secrets about the investigation from him.

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With Chin's wedding nearing the team has to investigate the shooting of a man from Arizona. They learn he came to Hawaii to look for his son who went missing two years ago. They believe that a girl from the island told him his son is on the island and asked for money. But when it appeared to be a scam he went looking for her. So the team tries to find her, and that's when they cross paths with Captain Fryer who says he is investigating the girl's death. So they work together to find out what happened to them. Steve is also wondering about Joe when the son of Yakuza man he grabbed is wondering where his father is. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Lieutenant Commander Joe White: I know you took my passport.
Steve McGarrett: [handing said passport back] What are you doing in Japan?
[Joe sighs, but doesn't answer]
Steve McGarrett: You might as well tell me, 'cause I'm not gonna stop asking.
Lieutenant Commander Joe White: I was hoping you wouldn't say that.
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Haole? 'a'ole!
13 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Although I love watching the new H50, today I will rant about a few things re; the current episode. Why not have at least one token local kid in among the three? You can tell this is scripted in el lay. While the three kids were doing this, they had one of them (or two) recite the tired inane marketing commercial slogan "Let's do this" twice. Also they talk like mainlanders. No one cares, but there is a chasm size difference in lingo here as opposed to the conusa. Ugh! Sizemore is more appropriate for a New york cop show. He would not last two weeks here in Hawai'i with his behavior. He does not know anything regarding the Kapu hui. He tries to strong arm and threaten Kawika. huh! "She works at the Paradise Cove luau" "How do you know?!" Duh. THIS is why the use of mainland and haole cops, detectives, mayors, governors etc. does not work in H50 and of course why it would not happen in real life. Locals only! They will spend half their time explaining each and every minor thing to the FOBs. ANY kama'aina recognizes the lu'au shot. Costume, background... It serves no purpose but to only aggravate viewers when you have this unprofessional unrealistic fish out of water scenario. No one cares, but there is a chasm size difference in the way we do things here as opposed to the conusa.


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