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I am not, in general, a fan of "cop" shows. I decided to give Hawaii a shot, however, and it has proved worth my while. I have watched from episode one, and the show consistently earns my respect with plots and development of the characters in each episode. It does not waste any time explaining who each character is in every episode and assumes the intelligence of it's audience to be able to keep up with the quick pace of the show. I hope NBC continues to nurture this show and give it time to find it's niche and audience. It is well worth the time, and I and my family devote ours to watching it every week. It is excellent as is, and can only get better with time.
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