(new) Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

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The husband and I are very frustrated with their having Mayor Hamilton a villain on NCIS New Orleans. He’s always Brian of Wings to us, and we do not enjoy these episodes. We enjoy loving laughs with our Wings reruns, then we have to see this lousy characterization on NCIS. Please, make him an undercover something or other.

Titled "Wehe 'ana (Prelude)," the show's 23rd episode will give fans a glimpse of Danny's life before Five-0. According to the official synopsis, a coma patient, who also served as a key witness from Danny's previous case, begins to show signs of waking. While protecting the witness from any danger, Danny recalls his last HPD case before he crossed paths with Steve (Alex O'Loughlin) and became a member of Five-0.

Danny and Steve's close friendship is one of the highlights of the series, but fans still have not seen how the two characters met. In the upcoming episode, the CBS procedural will finally reveal how the legendary bromance between Danny and Steve started. It will also showcase how their connection with each other goes even deeper than fans initially thought. It turns out Danny was having a difficult time dealing with his new life in Hawaii in the weeks before he was introduced to Steve. Additionally, the installment will explore what could have happened if Danny had not joined Five-0.

Showrunner Peter Lenkov recently caught up with TV Guide and he shared a few insights about the said episode about Steve and Danny. "McGarrett coming into his life, despite what Danny will ever say, was the best thing that ever could have happened and came at the right moment," he said.

Lenkov further explained why the two officers need each other, especially back when they first met. "Danny was floundering a little bit as a cop. ... McGarrett was his lifeline. You realize how much they need each other and how important they are in each other's lives."

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The seventh season of "Hawaii Five-0" airs every Friday night at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 won't be back until the last week of April but the police procedural drama series has some pretty exciting stuff in store for fans. Spoilers for the upcoming episode reveal that a fan-favorite star from another hit show will make an appearance in episode 23, and she's going to have something to do with Danny (Scott Caan).

Titled "Wehe 'ana" which means "Prelude," episode 23 will feature "Orange Is the New Black" actress Lori Petty as a nurse with some prior connection to Danny, who is going to enter his biggest storyline in the show thus far.

The past several episodes of the season had some great stuff for several other characters on the show but not Danny, so knowing that he's going to be the focus of the episode sounds exciting.

The synopsis for the upcoming episode reads, "Danny protects a coma patient showing signs of waking who was the key witness from his last HPD case before he met Steve (Alex O'Loughlin) and joined Five-0."

Petty guest stars as Nurse Jenny Kitson while Michael Paul Chan will make an appearance as Danny's former HPD captain, Tanaka.

Meanwhile, the previous episode got enticing as the Five-0 task force faced some of their biggest challenges ever. Episode 22 saw the team being taken as hostages by dangerous people after tracking down an opponent on the Island of Lanai. The episode also featured a different scene where the members of the team handled another investigation which dealt with a mysterious murder case.

In the last episode, Steve dealt with a case that took place in U.S.S. Arizona. As he worked on the investigation, he unexpectedly uncovered the role of his grandfather in Pearl Harbor back in the 1940s.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 episode 23 airs on Friday, April 28 at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 won't be back until the last week of April but the police procedural drama series has some pretty exciting stuff in store for fans. Spoilers for the upcoming episode reveal that a fan-favorite star from another hit show will make an appearance in episode 23, and she's going to have something to do with Danny (Scott Caan).

Titled "Wehe 'ana" which means "Prelude," episode 23 will feature "Orange Is the New Black" actress Lori Petty as a nurse with some prior connection to Danny, who is going to enter his biggest storyline in the show thus far.

The past several episodes of the season had some great stuff for several other characters on the show but not Danny, so knowing that he's going to be the focus of the episode sounds exciting.

The synopsis for the upcoming episode reads, "Danny protects a coma patient showing signs of waking who was the key witness from his last HPD case before he met Steve (Alex O'Loughlin) and joined Five-0."

Petty guest stars as Nurse Jenny Kitson while Michael Paul Chan will make an appearance as Danny's former HPD captain, Tanaka.

Meanwhile, the previous episode got enticing as the Five-0 task force faced some of their biggest challenges ever. Episode 22 saw the team being taken as hostages by dangerous people after tracking down an opponent on the Island of Lanai. The episode also featured a different scene where the members of the team handled another investigation which dealt with a mysterious murder case.

In the last episode, Steve dealt with a case that took place in U.S.S. Arizona. As he worked on the investigation, he unexpectedly uncovered the role of his grandfather in Pearl Harbor back in the 1940s.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 episode 23 airs on Friday, April 28 at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 won't be back until the last week of April but the police procedural drama series has some pretty exciting stuff in store for fans. Spoilers for the upcoming episode reveal that a fan-favorite star from another hit show will make an appearance in episode 23, and she's going to have something to do with Danny (Scott Caan).

Titled "Wehe 'ana" which means "Prelude," episode 23 will feature "Orange Is the New Black" actress Lori Petty as a nurse with some prior connection to Danny, who is going to enter his biggest storyline in the show thus far.

The past several episodes of the season had some great stuff for several other characters on the show but not Danny, so knowing that he's going to be the focus of the episode sounds exciting.

The synopsis for the upcoming episode reads, "Danny protects a coma patient showing signs of waking who was the key witness from his last HPD case before he met Steve (Alex O'Loughlin) and joined Five-0."

Petty guest stars as Nurse Jenny Kitson while Michael Paul Chan will make an appearance as Danny's former HPD captain, Tanaka.

Meanwhile, the previous episode got enticing as the Five-0 task force faced some of their biggest challenges ever. Episode 22 saw the team being taken as hostages by dangerous people after tracking down an opponent on the Island of Lanai. The episode also featured a different scene where the members of the team handled another investigation which dealt with a mysterious murder case.

In the last episode, Steve dealt with a case that took place in U.S.S. Arizona. As he worked on the investigation, he unexpectedly uncovered the role of his grandfather in Pearl Harbor back in the 1940s.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 episode 23 airs on Friday, April 28 at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 won't be back until the last week of April but the police procedural drama series has some pretty exciting stuff in store for fans. Spoilers for the upcoming episode reveal that a fan-favorite star from another hit show will make an appearance in episode 23, and she's going to have something to do with Danny (Scott Caan).

Titled "Wehe 'ana" which means "Prelude," episode 23 will feature "Orange Is the New Black" actress Lori Petty as a nurse with some prior connection to Danny, who is going to enter his biggest storyline in the show thus far.

The past several episodes of the season had some great stuff for several other characters on the show but not Danny, so knowing that he's going to be the focus of the episode sounds exciting.

The synopsis for the upcoming episode reads, "Danny protects a coma patient showing signs of waking who was the key witness from his last HPD case before he met Steve (Alex O'Loughlin) and joined Five-0."

Petty guest stars as Nurse Jenny Kitson while Michael Paul Chan will make an appearance as Danny's former HPD captain, Tanaka.

Meanwhile, the previous episode got enticing as the Five-0 task force faced some of their biggest challenges ever. Episode 22 saw the team being taken as hostages by dangerous people after tracking down an opponent on the Island of Lanai. The episode also featured a different scene where the members of the team handled another investigation which dealt with a mysterious murder case.

In the last episode, Steve dealt with a case that took place in U.S.S. Arizona. As he worked on the investigation, he unexpectedly uncovered the role of his grandfather in Pearl Harbor back in the 1940s.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 episode 23 airs on Friday, April 28 at 9 p.m. EDT on CBS.

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If you want to see Hawaii Five-0‘s Steve McGarrett take out his fury on the job, the quickest way to do that is to insult someone in the military. Take this week’s victim as a cautionary sign. The man killed is one of the few remaining survivors from Pearl Harbor, only to die an unnecessary a senseless death in his 90s. Getting justice for one survivor ends up providing McGarrett with insight into his own grandfather. That kind of bond never goes away.

A group of thieves with military training have been robbing military banks with few casualties, except this time they took out a Pearl Harbor survivor named Leonard Patterson (guest star Hal Holbrook) in the getaway. The thieves are apart of Paladin Security, a former private government contractor headed by Lee Campbell. The contract was dissolved when the government tossed them out for killing Afghan civilians. Campbell barely bats an eye when he has a face to face with McGarrett. In his eyes he is serving a noble cause, so whatever he had to do was just collaterral damage. As it turns out the guys are trying to provide for their late friends’ widow, who is on the verge of losing her home. Admirable a cause as it may be, it does not justify the tragic death of an innocent man.

You can tell that this case was extremely personal to McGarrett by the way he handled Campbell. There was fury behind his defense. In that moment he was trying to get justice for Patterson, and take back the dignity Campbell’s reckless actions took along with Patterson’s life. The men who died in Pearl Harbor deserve better than to be used as justifications for another generation’s bad behavior, and the few remaining survivors deserve as much peace as they can get after the hell they went through. Learning about Patterson’s life through a Pearl Harbor documentary leads to McGarrett learning more about his namesake’s final day on Earth. His heroic actions saved many that day. It’s a sacrifice no medal can describe.

Adam is finally in a good place, probably the best place he’s been in years. All of his crimes are truly behind him, he has Kono, and he has an honest day’s work at a construction site. When he finds bones which he thinks might indicate the construction site is a Hao, Adam tries (and fails miserably) to get his boss to consider shutting down the workers. Adam is a good employee, but he’s also a native Hawaiian who respects the values of the island. Disturbing a Hao is a big no no. Before he blows his job out of the water by bringing 5-0 into this, Adam asks Jerry to help him dig deeper. Adam is fired for trespassing after hours to search the site, but that doesn’t stop him from continuing his quest. What he and Jerry find is that one of the previous owners of the property had a wife who ‘disappeared’. Eventually Adam brings Kono in to arrest the man for murdering his wife after her remains are discovered. Adam won’t get this job back, but at least he got justice for someone who deserved it.

Was McGarrett’s level of fury justitified?

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