Hawaii Five-O Review: "Powa Maka Moana"

After last week's dull installment of Hawaii Five-O, the series returned with an intense Valentine's Day gift: "Powa Maka Moana."

Despite having a good idea that Nick Lachey's character, Tyler, and his rescued girlfriend, Susan, were going to turn out to be the villains, I was still grew immersed in the story, feeling a the sense of urgency that the Five-O had to find the kidnapped college students.

Surprises cropped up at every turn, and with only a few minutes remaining, I almost thought this was going to become a two-parter. Of course, I under-estimated McGarrett's cleverness at being able to read clues. The slip-up made by Tyler, when he used Susan's name, had a nice pay-off. It was reminiscent of the sort of hint one might find in an Agatha Christie novel. Read More...



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