The Hawaiian kumu mob attempts to take over a resort-workers union, to the fury of native Hawaiians who vengefully infiltrate and smash underground activities in lawless fashion. Meanwhile, Boston ex-cop James Carew trails a mainland gangster - who is providing aid and comfort to the kumu - to Hawaii in order to get information on the murders of his wife and child.
Did You Know?
The credit for William Smith reads "With William Smith as James Carew," since he had not picked up the nickname "Kimo" yet (at the end of the show, McGarrett says "Get used to it, it's Hawaiian for James". This was the only time in the regular season that the given name was used for the character, but on The Family Channel and in syndication in the early 2000s, this card is also used in "Woe to Wo Fat," the only other 12th season show included in the package. See more
After Billy Swan is knocked out on the beach, he can be seen laying face down on the beach. His body disappears and reappears in following scenes. See more
Det. Steve McGarrett
Oh, and get used to being used to being called "Kimo." It's Hawaiian for James.