A retired New York police officer helps the team figure out who killed one of his close friends, a pirate radio disc jockey.

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Tony Archer
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Bobby Raines
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Brandi Raines
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Todd Dutton
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Mr. Zhang
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Len Marks
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A retired New York police officer helps the team figure out who killed one of his close friends, a pirate radio disc jockey.

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When Danny (Scott Caan) is asking Tony (James Caan) about his relation with the victim James says that he is the Godfather of the victim's daughter referring to one of his most famous roles in "The Godfather". See more »

Goofs

When Steve and Danny are talking about Danny's visit to the hotel with Grace, Danny's words "Maybe a little too much" are heard on the sound track but Scott Caan's mouth does not move. See more »

Quotes

Steve McGarrett: [Tony has just brought out pizza flown in from New York] That's a... that's a good piece of pizza right there.
Tony Archer: No, no, no, no. See, where we come from we don't say piece. It's a slice. We call it a slice.
Danny 'Danno' Williams: [waving his hand] No, don't say that.
[pointing to Steve]
Danny 'Danno' Williams: Not domesticated. He's an animal.
[Tony chuckles]
Steve McGarrett: What do you mean, animal?
Danny 'Danno' Williams: You were born an animal.
Steve McGarrett: I'm eating pizza here. You're callin' me an animal.
Danny 'Danno' Williams: You'll be an animal the rest of your life.
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References Weekend at Bernie's (1989) See more »

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Love & Affection
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Performed by The Green
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2.18 is ***1/2
28 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In a guest role that easily could be incorporated into a regular appearing role, James Caan steals the show as a retired private investigator who helps the guys in their attempt to catch his friend's killer. The latter is a successful radio talk-show host who is blown to bits while on the air.

The elder Caan goes from an immediate suspect to a colleague in rapid time.

All sorts of suspects appear to be the obvious culprit until our detective solves the case which involved a diabolical plot.

The three guys form an immediate chemistry which could certainly be used in subsequent shows.


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