(new) Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

the new Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Hawaii Five-0, This Is Us, The Flashand Gotham!

Inhumans medusa louise1 | As entertainingly mismatched as Inhumans‘ Medusa and Louise are, is the obvious Thelma and Louise homage a bit too on the nose, down to the convertible they’re tooling around in?

2 | Isn’t it long past time that Jane the Virgin retired the Sin Rosetro storyline?

3 | TVLine reader Priscilla asks: “Is this CBS’ idea of empowering women? On MacGyver, Jack’s naked backside is exposed as humorous to the entire team and Matty (Jack’s superior) slaps it. Would Steve McGarrett or Frank Reagan do the same to a female who worked for them? I think not.”

4 | Was it bittersweet that Halt and Catch Fire‘s excellent Season 4 got buried on Saturday nights? Or was it a welcome, all-too-rare piece of prestige TV on the quiet night? And since co-creator Christopher Cantwell told us that “there are hints scattered throughout that diner,” we have to ask: What do you think Donna’s big idea was at the end of the series finale? (Did seeing the jukebox give her the idea for MP3s? Did having to pay the check at the register have her contemplating mobile transactions?)

Star Trek: Discovery5 | Regardless of how you feel about Star Trek: Discovery‘s F-bombs: Would the word “f—k” really still be taboo two centuries from now? And when this duo (at right) argue, are you typically Team Saru or Team Burnham?

6 | Are Madam Secretary‘s Stevie and Dmitri the potential romantic pairing you didn’t realize you always wanted?

7 | Is the new Curb Your Enthusiasm — with Elizabeth Banks, Salman Rushdie and Damon Wayans Jr. this week — getting a little too star-studded?

8 | How did Supergirl explain away the giant hole in the CatCo elevator after Kara flew out of there in a panic?The Big Bang Theory

9 | Can Big Bang Theory please send some of their impressive green-screen technology over to Grey’s Anatomy for use in those painfully fake rooftop helipad scenes?

10 | On Kevin Can Wait, did Kevin filling in as Vanessa’s date at the wedding, followed by Vanessa’s father telling her she “picked a good one,” feel like the show not-so-subtly planting the seeds for an inevitable relationship?

Law & Order True Crime11 | Is Josh Charles’ wig the truest crime?

12 | Why did The Flash‘s speed-binge include Jon Snow’s June 2015 death (and his May 2016 revival) if Barry had only been gone for six months? During the closing skirmish, why did Wally just stand there while Kilg%re went about hacking Barry’s speed suit? If Central City is located a good 600 miles from Star City, why would its own newspaper’s front page refer simply to “Mayor Queen”? Could the opening scene with the Realtor have disguised Arrow‘s loft just a bit more? Finally (whew!), which was the most ridiculous instance of physics: a pulley system briskly shaking an elevator like a Yahtzee cup, or Barry disassembling a speeding car?

This Is Us13 | Does This Is Us‘ pregnancy reveal seem rather extraneous amid all that’s currently going on? Doesn’t it threaten to make Kate’s awaited career-focused, non-weight loss storyline once again about her body?And did they have to employ such an unsubtle red herring in the form of that pharmacy sign flagrantly broadcasting “weight loss”? Finally, should the show have better degraded the Pearsons’ crisp, letter-boxed (!) football game video from 20 years ago?

Brooklyn Nine-Nine14 | Brooklyn Nine-Nine fans, were you completely blindsided by Jake’s marriage proposal to Amy? And who had worse meet-cute hair?

15 | Will SVU‘s Noah/grandmother storyline be worth it if it brings Rollins and Benson closer, like in that sweet scene this week?

16 | What are the odds that South Park and Riverdale, two shows produced in the year 2017, would both do remixed covers of Kelis’ 14-year-old “Milkshake” on the very same evening?

Megyn Kelly Today17 | Only a few weeks in, and Megyn Kelly Today is already stealing Ellen’s signature moves (and doing it really badly)?

18 | Which anthropomorphic vagina was more entertaining: Will & Grace‘s “dead” “snooch,” or Mellie’s “murder house” “ladybits” on last week’s Scandal?

19 | Unless Will & Grace is airing out of order, they almost certainly went back and inserted that “Head’s up, Puerto Rico!” paper towel toss, right?

20 | Since Superstore‘s revenge-seeking employee Carol wasn’t otherwise seen this week, safe to assume she was the hooded creeper waiting at Sandra’s bus stop at the end of the episode?Supernatural Spoilers

21 | Dear Supernatural: Did the apocalypse destroy color?

22 | On Arrow, did it strike you as odd that Oliver would — spoiler alert! — ask Dig, who’s also a father, to put himself in harm’s way by taking on the mantle of Green Arrow? And why does William’s bedroom have concrete slab walls?

23 | Is Solomon Grundy (“…born on a Monday”) the very best thing to happen to Gotham‘s Butch in four seasons? Also, have we talked yet about how darrrrrrrrk it was for Ra’s al Ghul to slash that little boy’s throat?

24 | Why did it take so long for How to Get Away With Murder‘s Michaela to enlist Oliver as her Caplan & Gold hacker? Isn’t that kind of his thing?

25 | Did Jennifer Aniston forget to take out her retainer while recording the voiceover for the new Smart Water ads?

Hit the comments with your answers – and any other Qs you care to share!

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Please give a warm welcome to our new contributor, leiCa. We’re sure you will enjoy her witty humor.

Episode 3(2)

So, I am trying something new here. Some fun with our favorite Commander.


Too hot.


The Eye Roof. Can we make roofing a thing now?


Yep. I’m legend.


Hey Danny, it’s me. The Legend.


Let me introduce you to Steve’s Firefly-Stalker. He is been there for years and refuses to leave. Can you spot him? Over the years he lost a little bit of power, or he uses an energy saving lamp now. Steve calls him ‘Marty’. Because McFly. You know, Marty McFly. Say hello!


Just because. The reasons are endless. And powerful.


Help! Just help! My dog sat in a glass of strawberry jam!


You want to cuddle him?


The awkward moment you’re asking yourself if it is okay to tell your best friend that floral patterns are so 80s.


No flowers, Lou. But I’ve got neither the time nor the colored pencils to explain it to you.


1.. 2.. 3.. *cough* doremifasoladi…


*I’m blue da ba dee da ba daa
Da ba dee da ba daa, da ba dee da ba daa, da ba dee da ba daa
Da ba dee da ba daa, da ba dee da ba daa, da ba dee da ba daa*


Eddie: “Ok, Steve. Just stop asking this stupid question. Just tell me already: Who is a good boy? Who? I am losing my patience here!”


Puppy Dog Eyes.


The moment you’re asking yourself who on earth is mopping the floor under your bed.


Oh Eddie. There’s no need for diapers when you’re outside.


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The moment you fail being nonchalant about your human petting another dog.

(Screens by Kasi/Alex-o-Loughlin.net)

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“Kāu pahi, ko’u kua. Kāu pū, ko’u po’o.” – Five-0 enlists the help of an old friend when the boss of a major crime family is murdered, triggering revenge killings across the island. Also, MacGarrett and Danny begin sorting out particulars in their new restaurant venture, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, Oct. 6 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CBS translated Kāu pahi, ko’u kua. Kāu pū, ko’u po’o. to Your Knife, My Back. My Gun, Your Head.

The episode surely felt out of order. But I guess sometimes things like that are unavoidable, so let’s not dwell on that.

I was really looking forward to seeing Harry again, and I was not disappointed by his appearance on the show. You hear a but coming, right?

Yeah, well, let’s just say that the episode was less than satisfying. Even though I didn’t think Danno was back to his annoying self just yet, I found the whole restaurant stuff utterly ridiculous and stupid, and a complete waste of time. McDanno’s? Please have mercy and stop this crap of catering a fantasy. Either make it real or stop it. And since there has never been any hints that these two were interested in each other or any other men, just stop catering to one part of the fandom that will never get what they wish for. And I for one would not want to have one of those ridiculous tee shirts.

It seems that my question from last week was pretty legit to ask how in the world would they pay for it. Guess they don’t, or at least Danny doesn’t do his share.

I did enjoy watching an amused Harry tagging along. He would make a great partner for Steve. These two are good together. Mature, serious, professional, and still having fun doing what they are doing. I loved watching them.


Well, I did not enjoy the crime of the week. Simply because it was ridiculous to see Walcott transform into this terrorist. And no, he was not one bit better than the crime guys. It is not OK to murder bad guys; no matter how much you want to.

Unfortunately, I don’t have time to get into detail about this show, even though I’d really love to. This was an episode to give you guys a normal review. I hope to give you a real review for all episodes when I get home.

I loved Harry and McG, but the rest of the show was just barely OK.


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Of all the things to love about fall — and there are many — our personal favorite is the abundance of memorable zingers that the new TV season delivers.

In our latest Quotes of the Week, we’ve got a moment of self-awareness from Family Guy‘s patriarch, a disconcerting piece of news on The Middle, an understandable spelling clarification on Gotham and Seth Meyers’ shout-out to a short-lived NBC comedy.

Also featured in this week’s roundup: double doses of The Last Ship, Hawaii Five-0, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Halt and Catch Fire‘s swan song.

Check out the attached gallery — or click here for direct access — then hit the comments and tell us if we missed any of your faves!

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So, we finally watched the episode. I really liked it. I loved Eddie, but was a bit disappointed about the amount of screen-time. I hope we’ll see a lot more of him.

Looking forward to the integration of Junior, I think he will be an interesting and likeable character.

Loved Steve and Grover, a great pairing.

The case was way too predictable to be interesting.

The highlights surely were Steve and Eddie. Such an adorable pair. 😉 Their scenes were the best parts of the episode.

All in all, I have nothing much to complain about. It was, for me, a very enjoyable episode.
(By the way, this was Sam’s POV)


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