A emergency landing in Hawaii of an Asian dictator causes major problems for Five-O and McGarrett.
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This episode's writer Palmer Thompson passed away not long after its first airing. See more
This episode has a plethora of aircraft errors. The airplane is supposed to be flying to Geneva from a fictional "Asian" country. It would be flying the wrong way to be flying near Hawaii. The aircraft itself is a twin engined Convair turboprop, but is also shown as a piston driven model. Neither aircraft would have the range to fly over about 1,000 miles. The Captain fakes a problem with the "air brakes" by flipping a switch on the radio and then the aircraft is shown with an engine feathered. Finally, the airplane is supposed to be the personal aircraft of an Asian dictator, but has an American registration number. See more
Professor Akbar Savang
Well, Jhakal's theft has been exposed, and the money is safe. We accomplished what we set out to do... as you did. No apologies, Mr. McGarrett. No regrets.
Thank you for your help.
Det. Steve McGarrett
Don't thank me. You're both under arrest. Book 'em.