Hawaii Five-0 (2010– )
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McGarrett and Danny work on their relationship as they stakeout a woman's apartment following a diamond robbery.

Director:

Daniel Dae Kim

Writers:

Roberto Orci (developed by), Alex Kurtzman (developed by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alex O'Loughlin ... Steve McGarrett
Scott Caan ... Danny Williams
Daniel Dae Kim ... Chin Ho Kelly
Grace Park ... Kono Kalakaua
Masi Oka ... Max Bergman (credit only)
Jorge Garcia ... Jerry Ortega
Chi McBride ... Lou Grover
Jessica Lowndes ... Emma Mills
Jon Lovitz ... Barry Burns
Max Weinberg ... Norm
Charlie Saxton ... Ricky Schiff
Taylor Wily ... Kamekona
Cloris Leachman ... Ruth Tennenbaum
Dennis Chun ... Sgt. Duke Lukela
Zoltán Hayth Zoltán Hayth ... Jacob Anders / Radomir Ivanovich
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Storyline

When a jewelry store is robbed and the security guard who's a retired cop, is killed. Steve and the team investigate. They find blood not far from the store and deduce that the thief's partner double crossed him and shot him. But the guy apparently is not dead. They eventually learn who the partner is, a girl. Steve decides to keep an eye on her and wait for her partner to show up. So Steve and Danny take the apartment across from her and keep her under surveillance. At the same time Steve and Danny were instructed by their therapist to do something which they are reluctant to do. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Action | Crime | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 February 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

O'ahu, Hawaii, USA

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

Title translates 'Stake Out' See more »

Quotes

Steve McGarrett: Tell her you need another 24 hours to get the money.
Barry Burns: I already stalled her once. If I don't give her the money, she'll shoot me in the face!
Steve McGarrett: That's a risk we're willing to take.
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Written by Buck Ram
Performed by The Platters
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Heart to Heart
1 March 2015 | by carly_hopeSee all my reviews

This was one of the best episodes of the show. It had a good flow, action, laughs, cute little subplots with Jerry and the dealer-dude, kick-ass Kono and most of all, it had Danny and Steve being friends and partners and an actual married couple.

The creators often try to pretend otherwise but the McDanno relationship is the heart of the show. You take that away you are left with a half eaten stale bagel. I'm not saying every episode should focus on them as much as this one did. But the carguments, their friendship, the antagonism, their love for each other, those are the salt or the roots the show needs to grow and to taste.

The case was interesting enough and provided little pauses from the therapy session that were Danny and Steve being cooped up in an apartment on a stake out. And those talks, all of them were just brilliant. Some were fun to watch, others were just a thing of beauty. That couch talk about why Steve is not playing guitar anymore was beautifully written, shot and acted. Kudos to Alex and Scott, and kudos to Daniel too. He really did a great job.

I loved how absolutely non-plused they were when Ruth mistaken them for a couple. Well, when I say mistaken, and then Danny suggested they "go with the gay thing to keep their cover". And everyone repeatedly called them married. It might have been just throwing a bone to fans but that is the relationship they have been writing from the start. They love each other and they are married, with the good and the bad.

I also liked Steve with the cat, the return of the therapy session more of that, please, Danny actually doing the homework, seeing Arden Cho, Kono arresting Mia and obviously the ending with the guitar and the car keys.

Episodes like this are the reason why I started to watch H50 again. I hope they keep up the good work.


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