Hawaii Five-0 (2010– )
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Aloha Ke Kahi I Ke Kahi 

Before McGarrett can get answers about his mother from Wo Fat, terrorists break into the prison and also take hostages at Five-0 headquarters.

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Before McGarrett can get answers about his mother from Wo Fat, terrorists break into the prison and also take hostages at Five-0 headquarters.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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Hawaii Five-0 has been know for its cameos and actors from the hit show 'LOST' (2004) in this episode, Henry Ian Cusick plays the main terroist. He is popular for play the character of 'Desmond' on 'LOST'. See more »

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When the hostage takers are speaking Spanish, one asks "como Esta?" The subtitle shows "where are you?". I know enough Spanish to know that "como Esta?" is "how are you?" and "donde Esta?" is where are you?. See more »

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Hawaii 5-0 Theme
Written by Morton Stevens
Performed by Brian Tyler
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Good season opener
27 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are so many things in this season opener that it is hard to start. They open up many story lines, while not completing previous ones. Charlie Fong is never heard of again, and it takes a few episodes to know what happens to McGarrett's mom. However, with the many story lines that are presented in this, this leaves a gaggle of possibilities for the next season, which is good and is what a season opener should be; leaving story lines open to completion to be filled in at the rest of the season.

The premise of this episode (their really isn't much of a case involved) is amazing. The combat is good and McGarrett does something amazing yet again.

This episode does have the what I like to call "watch two times trait". Basically you have to watch this episode two times to get all the story lines or how the case works, but after the second time of watching, you understand it all it you probably won't re watch it again for a very long time. This happens with almost all episodes in Hawaii five-0, but this happening to the second season opener in a row is rather disheartening.


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