(new) Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

the new Hawaii Five-0 on CBS


So, this is it. We present your favorite two episodes. It was pretty close, but in the end one was the clear winner. 😊

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Rank two goes to 8.20 with 44 votes. 🙂

You can read the Reviewhere.

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And, of course, the winner is 8.24. Guess that was a pretty sure bet. 52 votes for it.

Read the Reviewhere, and Let’s Pic(k) Stevehere.

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Again, thanks for voting.

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And here they are… the winners of our little poll.

Making it into the top five, as number 5, Alex O’Loughlin’s directorial debut with episode 18 of season eight.

8.18 managed to get 15 votes. If you’re interested, read the episode Reviewhere. And Let’s Pic(k) Stevehere.

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8.09 with 25 votes on rank 4. You can read the Reviewhere. And LeiCa’s Let’s Pic(k) Stevehere.

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29 votes found their way to 8.02 – McEddie 🙂 For that, Rank 3.

Super short Reviewhere, Let’s Pic(k) Stevehere.

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Two episodes left. So, which do you think made it to the very top? 20 or 24? Well, you’ll find out tomorrow.

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A little hint, one of them got 44 votes, the other 52 votes. 🙂

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Thank you all for voting in our little poll about your favorite Season 8 episode.

Here are the not-quite-winners. 😉 Tomorrow we’ll post your top five.

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A still from the Cocoon remake posted on social media by executive producer Peter Lenkov.

You can’t keep a good man — or arch villain — down.

Mark Dacascos, who played Wo Fat 2.0 in the current Hawaii Five-0 series, will be part of a Sept. 28 episode that remakes Cocoon, the pilot for the original 1968-80 Five-O series, according to Entertainment Weekly’s website.

The original Wo Fat (Khigh Dhiegh) was the villain of the 1968 pilot and would bedevil Steve McGarrett (Jack Lord) until the show’s final episode.

However, in the current series, which began in 2010, the Dacascos version of Wo Fat seemed to be definitively killed off in a 2014 episode.

This begs the question. Has executive producer Peter Lenkov devised a way to bring his Wo Fat back from the dead? Or will Wo Fat still be dead but appear in a flashback?

Naturally, there are no answers now.

Decascos tweeted out the Entertainment Weekly story. Lenkov, in turn, did a “quote tweet.” (Sunset on the Beach refers to an annual outdoor showing of the first episode of a Five-0 season.)

We’re blowing minds, Mark… no one can figure out how Wo Fat comes back to life. Folks attending Sunset on the Beach will find out first. #h50https://t.co/Gl63BrJJuR

— Peter M. Lenkov (@PLenkov) August 31, 2018

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Fans of both Hawaii Five-0 and Hawaii Five-O are due for some déja vu when the current CBS series pays homage to the original — as seen in this exclusive photo from the Season 9 opener.

To mark the franchise’s 50th anniversary, Five-0 is retelling the story from the 1968 pilot, which ran in two parts and was titled “Cocoon.” As such, showrunner Peter M. Lenkov got to share a writing credit with the late Leonard Freeman, creator of the original series.

In both versions of the “Cocoon” story, Steve McGarrett (then Jack Lord, now Alex O’Loughlin) braved a torturous sensory deprivation tank in the course of tracking a killer. Wo Fat (originally played by Khigh Dhiegh) filled a pivotal role in the original pilot, so fans of the modern remake questioned how faithful the retelling could be. But have no fear, our Five-0‘s Wo Fat will be accounted for, even though he is quite dead in the current continuity.

As Lenkov shared with TVLine as part of our Fall Preview Q&A, Mark Dacascos will reprise his role as the vexing villain when McGarrett, freshly dazed from the sensory deprivation tank, imagines seeing his old nemesis, only to realize his actual tormentor is a man named Kang (played by Roger Yuan, top photo).

Elsewhere in the Season 9 premiere (airing Friday, Sept. 28 at 9/8c), Tani wrestles with whether or not she will tell McGarrett about the murder weapon she found at Adam’s house.

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