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HAWAII FIVE-0 “He Kane Hewa’ Ole” Review

HAWAII FIVE-0 "He Kane Hewa’ Ole" Season 1 Episode 14 – Is it just me or do all significant conversations between Danny and McGarrett happen in the car? Because it’s they sure had a doozy in this episode. Danny put McGarrett on the spot, accusing him of going soft whenever a case involves a father and son. It’s very true but what’s also true is the fact that Danny himself responds when the case involves a father and daughter. In fact I’m surprised that McGarrett didn’t call Danny on that, since it happened again, not too long after the car talk. At first I thought that Danny was right. When a case involves a father and son, McGarrett does go soft, but only for a little and only when taking the father’s (or son’s) feelings into account. Anyone who saw the final scene (you know, the one where McGarrett told Danny to get that woman away from him), knows that he doesn’t only go soft. That look in his eyes was anything but soft. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/daemonstv/~3/MQsMgBof8cY/

'Hawaii Five-O' 1.14 'He Kane Hewa'ole' Review - Starpulse

I've spent way too much time watching car chases, and I know I'm not alone. With all the police video shows out there, we've all seen our fair share. Having one is an entertaining way to open this week's episode of  Hawaii Five-O ; it drops us almost right into the middle of the action. Unlike those other shows, however, this one can't just jump to the next clip, so it's a good thing that it has a decent if not outstanding plot to follow up the chase with. At least, it's not every day you find a freshly severed human head in a box. It becomes clear fairly quickly that the soon deceased driver of the car is not the person who killed the dead man, sending Five-O on a quest to identify both men and their roles in the murder. The head is revealed to be that of a physics teacher, whose wife is subsequently presumed missing. By the end of the first half, the direction of the episode is still fairly open to debate, but within the first few minutes of the second half, it starts to fall together. This isn't the most sharply defined plot in that sense, but once it becomes clear where it's going, it definitely gets going. We get a shooting, a SWAT team, and the rest of our victim's body, on the way to a swift wrap-up. We get to see Kono learn an important lesson about police work, and Danny gets his chance to solve the case; there are a number of shows where one main character gets to always be the hero, but  Hawaii Five-O  spreads the success around. Even when it's not necessarily the most complex or compelling plot, this show is still above its competition. The episode's last few scenes prove that, particularly in the performance of Alex O'Loughlin, who again takes moments that would be throwaway at the end of any other series, and makes them mean something. Read More... //www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2011/01/18/hawaii_fiveo_114_he_kane_hewaole_revie