The governor asks Five-0 to handle a delicate investigation involving a dead prostitute, but is he really trying to cover up the case for an important political ally?

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The governor asks Five-0 to handle a delicate investigation involving a dead prostitute, but is he really trying to cover up the case for an important political ally?

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Danny Williams: I had a pretty good life in New Jersey, uh, and then... I came here. And it wasn't exactly a fit. Uh, the sun... sand - I mean, I can't even get a decent slice of pizza.
Judge: Get to your point, Detective Williams.
Danny Williams: Okay, I hate this place. Uh... I apologize, but I do. But I was willing to put up with it, because this is where my daughter is. And now her mother wants to move again, and I-I can't go through with that. Not to Vegas, not anywhere, because this... is my home. This is our... home. Your ...
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Who Can You Trust? ***
23 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The basic theme of this episode was regarding trust? Can Kono really trust her boyfriend with his cell phone always going off?

The thrust of tonight's episode was really politically intriguing. In fact, we've reached a new low with opposition candidates trying to set up their opponents with hookers, so as to drive them from the race all together.

It was just amazing what was going on here. The guy's female campaigner frequently set him up with women for shall we say a diversion. This was just a little too much to fathom.

It sure looked like a cover-up with the governor involved. He wanted 5-0 to investigate but was thwarting all their attempts along the way.


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