(new) Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

the new Hawaii Five-0 on CBS


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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.

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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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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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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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TV Show: Hawaii Five-0
Episode Title: Nā Iā ʻĪlio (Dog Days)
Original Air Date: October 6, 2017
Episode Number: 8×02

Episode Description

McGarrett and Five-0 work with an injured police dog who is the only witness to an ambushed drug bust. Also, McGarrett is visited by Junior Reigns, a former SEAL who is looking to join the task force.

My Review

Not too keen on the other replacement because he bugged the hell out of me, forcing his way onto Steve’s life and almost demanding that he give him a job in Five-0. The hell? That’s why I was happy that Steve demanded that he train with the police academy first, but of course, we know that next episode something will happen and he’ll be integrated onto the team. Meh.

I would much rather have another female join the task force just to balance out the testosterone. Of course, I wouldn’t be complaining if Chin and Kono were still on the show, but now that the show has a chance to introduce new characters, why couldn’t they introduce another female character?

The scenes with Eddie in the end were so sad. He went back to the cemetery to be close to his former partner, aww. I got teary-eyed when Steve sat down next to him and told him it was going to be alright. I hope Eddie becomes a member of Five-0 and that Steve becomes his new owner. Now this is one addition to the team I won’t mind. So funny when Grover became all pro-Eddie after he saved his life, lol.

Of course Casper Van Dien was the mastermind behind the cocaine smuggling so that wasn’t a shock at all. Neither was the reveal that that DEA agent was working for him. He deserved getting rip by Eddie. Crooked bastard.

Loved McDanno’s bickering in the car about importing tap water from Jersey to make the pizza dough. I’m with Danny on this one. Jersey tap water is unlike anything else and that’s what makes the pizza so good. Trust me on this. I’m from Jersey. 😃

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