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A Hawaii Five-0 Merry Christmas


A Hawaii Five-0 Merry Christmas and what a season it’s been… I have the original series on DVD from 1968-1981 and I enjoy watching each episode during my free time. But I have to say, they have gone above and beyond with the new series and as soon as they become available I will buy it on DVD as well.

Hawaii Five-0 Merry ChristmasMerry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone! To finish out 2012 with the  Five-0 team, we were treated a bit of a pot-luck episode, as a little bit of  everything thrown in….

Chin-ho has an uncle: George Takei supposedly guest-starred  this week. But did you catch him? As usual for Hawaii Five-O and its  name guest stars, he was in the episode for one scene that lasted about five  minutes.

I really hope that Takei is asked to come back for a more substantial  contribution. He is such a great actor and you could tell he was having a ball  playing the moonshine-wielding uncle.

Kamekona bought a helicopter. Did anyone else think  Kamekona’s previous mention of doing island tours was meant to be funny?  Apparently someone wants to see the 400-pound Samoan squished into the front  seat of a helicopter made for someone nearly half his weight.

Oh wait, that’s right – he spent $170,000 and doesn’t have his  pilot’s licenses to even fly the silly thing, making it the most expensive  paperweight he has ever owned.   Seriously, Mr. Lenkov, let this one go, we  don’t need it. Merry Christmas from the Hawaii Five-o Team

McGarrett is clueless on dates: Who in his/her right mind  thinks eating from a cardboard box in a parking lot is considered “some place  special?” I know McGarrett doesn’t like to be wrong, but honestly man,  sometimes you just have to bite the bullet and admit you screwed up.

Okay, to be fair, he sort of did as he recreated one of the most recognizable  scenes from An Officer and A Gentlemen when he showed up completely  dressed up and carried Catherine away. Hey, Steve, for the record, “I’m sorry” is a helluva lot easier on the wallet.

Catherine kicked some ass. I have to give full credit to  Peter Lenkov and his team: this week they had Catherine in situations that made  perfect sense and even provided a quick nod to her being on leave for two more  days.

Did anyone else wonder if she got combat training from Natasha Romanoff,  (a.k.a. Black Widow in the Avengers and Iron Man movies)? She  was awesome with the combat against Rizzi, that over-the-shoulder with the legs  move that she use to throw him down the stairs was pretty cool.

All in all, it was a fun outing leading into the holiday season. I’m giving  the episode 4 “Oh-My”s for a glimpse at George Takei, but docking this a  stocking for not using him to a proper extent.

Hawaii Five-0 Merry Christmas and from my home to your home, have a very Mele Kalikimaka…

~~Aloha Nui Loa



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