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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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This Friday on ‘Hawaii Five-0’, McGarrett learns more about his past while Adam turns to Jerry for help in launching a discrete investigation!

When we last left off on Hawaii Five-0, McGarrett and the team were taken captive by a dangerous foe who showed no signs of letting them leave alive. However, with some quick thinking from Jerry backup arrived just in time to help save the day which lead to Jerry finally getting his official badge! Elsewhere, Grover returned to Chicago with his son to testify against his former partner Clay and quickly discovered his former pals were none too supportive of his decision to testify against one of their own – regardless of what he may have done.

Tonight in “Waimaka ‘Ele’ele (Black Tears),” the Five-0 task force are called in to help solve the murder of one of the last survivors of the USS Arizona. While investigating the cast, Steve discovers a personal connection that allows him to learn about the impactful role his grandfather had at Pearl Harbor.

Elsewhere, Adam finally returns to the scene and is quickly thrust into yet another mystery. While working at his new construction job, Adam comes across bone fragments that have him feeling uneasy and turning to Jerry for help into looking into the discovery under the radar of Kono and the team.

Don’t miss a minute of CBS’ hit Friday night drama Hawaii Five-0 when it airs this Friday, April 14 at 9/8c only on CBS and remember you can watch the latest episodes of your favorite CBS series online through CBS.com.

What are you looking for the most from this Friday’s new Hawaii Five-0? Join the conversation in the comments section below or by tweeting @HiddenRemote with your thoughts and hopes for this week’s episode and don’t forget to tune-in tonight at 9/8c on CBS!

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 episodes get more enticing as Five-0 task force face more challenges again. The latest episode features the team who will be taken as hostages. Meanwhile, upcoming scenes from episode 22 will also show the task force as they handle a new investigation of the murder survivor in the USS Arizona.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 took its hiatus for a while and finally, the series now returns with new episodes. On Episode 21, the task force is set to team up with PI Harry Brown in order to help a certain kidnap victim. Apparently, the victim might also be the mastermind behind the kidnap plan since she wanted her husband to pay for her, Hidden Remote reported.

Further, the episode also features McGarett together with the team who will be taken as hostages by dangerous people without signs of letting them leave safe and alive; after tracking down an opponent in the Island of Lanai. However, the team is expected to make plans of escape and thus, there is no way for them not to get out from the jungle alive.

On the other hand, episode 22 will feature a different scene where Five-0 team is expected to handle another investigation of a certain murder case. Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarett will handle the case that happened in USS Arizona about a certain murder survivor. As he works with the investigation, he will also unexpectedly uncover the role of his grandfather in the Pearl Harbor way back 1940s, Econotimes reported.

Meanwhile, one of its teammate Adam will also uncover some bone fragments at the place of his new job. He will also ask the help of Jerry to help him discover what had happened behind. The episode synopsis centers on the team as they handle an investigation that seems to be an emotional one. Episode 22 is expected to air on CBS by April 14.

All great love stories start with the moment two soulmates meet. And Hawaii Five-0fans are about to find out what that looked like for McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) and Danny (Scott Caan).

An upcoming episode will tell, in flashbacks, the story of how the seeds were planted for Danny and McGarrett's legendary bromance. And we'll learn that their connection goes even deeper than we previously thought. As it turns out, Danny was having a pretty rough time adjusting to life in Hawaii in the weeks before he met one Steven J. McGarrett - and who knows where he'd be if he hadn't joined Five-0?

Catch up on all this week's Mega Buzz!

"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," showrunner Peter Lenkov tells TVGuide.com. "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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‘Hawaii Five-0’ season 7’s episode 22, titled "Waimaka 'Ele'ele" (Black Tears), will follow Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett as he investigated the murder of a survivor of the USS Arizona. While working on the case, he will also uncover his grandfather’s role at the Pearl Harbor in the 1940s.

The synopsis for "Waimaka 'Ele'ele" (Black Tears) posted on TV Guide reads, “McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) investigates the murder of one of the last survivors of the USS Arizona and learns about his grandfather's important role at Pearl Harbor.

Meanwhile, Adam (Ian Anthony Dale) uncovers bone fragments at his new construction job and asks Jerry (Jorge Garcia) to help him discover the truth of what happened.”

The upcoming episode is set to follow Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett as he works with the rest of the Five-0 team to solve a murder involving one of the last survivors of the USS Arizona. According to Cartermatt, the investigation will also prove to be an emotional one for McGarrett as he discovers that his grandfather played a valuable role during the battle of Pearl Harbor.

Meanwhile, Adam will also get his turn in the spotlight when he discovers bones at his new construction job. He will enlist the help of Jerry in order to get to the truth behind the bone fragments. It will be interesting to see the significance behind the finds.

‘Hawaii Five-0’ season 7’s episode 22, titled "Waimaka 'Ele'ele" (Black Tears), is scheduled to air on CBS on April 14, 2017. It was directed by Bryan Spicer and written by David Wolkove. It will be followed by episode 23, titled "Wehe 'ana" (Prelude), scheduled to be released on April 28 and directed by Maja Vrvilo.

The procedural drama television series is a reboot of the original series, which aired on CBS from 1968 to 1980. It follows an elite task force that fights crime in the state of Hawaii.

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