History Series / HawaiiFive0

10th Sep '17 5:04:53 AM jormis29
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** Deep-sea diver Blake Spencer's grandmother, suffering from Alzheimer's disease, in the season 2 episode "Mea Makamae" is played by Patty Duke (of ''Series/ThePattyDukeShow'' or ''Theatre/TheMiracleWorker''), who guest-starred in the original series' season 5 episode "Thanks for the Honeymoon" in 1973.

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** Deep-sea diver Blake Spencer's grandmother, suffering from Alzheimer's disease, in the season 2 episode "Mea Makamae" is played by Patty Duke Creator/PattyDuke (of ''Series/ThePattyDukeShow'' or ''Theatre/TheMiracleWorker''), who guest-starred in the original series' season 5 episode "Thanks for the Honeymoon" in 1973.
5th Jul '17 5:41:20 AM Ominae
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According to CBS, the 8th season would serve as the potential last season. In addition, Grace Park and Daniel Dae Kim have departed from the show due to difference over their salary for being involved in the show.
16th Jun '17 7:05:01 PM Maddoxsort
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* AntiClimax: The winter finale of Season 7 ends on a very intense and gripping cliffhanger, but come the first episode into the new year, the cliffhanger is resolved ''less than five minutes into the the next episode''. Not only that, but the following episode delves into a one-off story completely detached from the previous one. Basically, all it amounts to is the previous episode ran long and the excess got tacked onto the beginning of the next one, and in doing so, the ending wasn't SpoiledByTheFormat. The winter finale could've aired as a slightly over-length special, but then it would be difficult to rerun it without chopping it down to fit a general-purpose sixty-minute time slot.

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* AntiClimax: The winter finale of Season 7 ends on a very intense and gripping cliffhanger, cliffhanger with Chin, but come the first episode into the new year, the cliffhanger is resolved ''less than five minutes into the the next episode''. Not only that, but the following episode delves into a one-off story almost completely detached from the previous one.one and featuring Grover. Basically, all it amounts to is the previous episode ran long and the excess got tacked onto the beginning of the next one, and in doing so, the ending wasn't SpoiledByTheFormat. The winter finale could've aired as a slightly over-length special, but then it would be difficult to rerun it without chopping it down to fit a general-purpose sixty-minute time slot.
16th Jun '17 7:03:28 PM Maddoxsort
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* AntiClimax: The winter finale of Season 7 ends on a very intense and gripping cliffhanger, but come the first episode into the new year, the cliffhanger is resolved ''less than five minutes into the the next episode''. Not only that, but the following episode delves into a one-off story. Basically, all it amounts to is the previous episode ran long and the excess got tacked onto the beginning of the next one.

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* AntiClimax: The winter finale of Season 7 ends on a very intense and gripping cliffhanger, but come the first episode into the new year, the cliffhanger is resolved ''less than five minutes into the the next episode''. Not only that, but the following episode delves into a one-off story. story completely detached from the previous one. Basically, all it amounts to is the previous episode ran long and the excess got tacked onto the beginning of the next one.one, and in doing so, the ending wasn't SpoiledByTheFormat. The winter finale could've aired as a slightly over-length special, but then it would be difficult to rerun it without chopping it down to fit a general-purpose sixty-minute time slot.
16th Jun '17 7:00:55 PM Maddoxsort
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* AntiClimax: The winter finale of Season 7 ends on a very intense and gripping cliffhanger, but come the first episode into the new year, the cliffhanger is resolved ''less than five minutes into the the next episode''. Not only that, but the following episode delves into a one-off story. Basically, all it amounts to is the previous episode ran long and the excess got tacked onto the beginning of the next one.
16th Jun '17 5:07:18 AM StFan
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15th Jun '17 5:36:19 PM bombadil211
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** The pilot episode opens with a scene supposedly set in Pohang, South Korea, depicting it as being a mountainous jungle environment. Pohang is actually a heavily industrialized area with steel mills and shipping ports and is also far too north to have jungles.
15th Apr '17 8:59:12 PM Etherjammer
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** The season 3 finale's got a couple, including but not limited to [[spoiler:Kono leaving Five-O and Hawai'i to go on the run with Adam, Charlie Fong getting stabbed, and Doris promising to tell Steve the truth about Wo Fat to Steve. ([[TheUnreveal She doesn't; the question remains unanswered until the 100th episode]].)]]

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** The season 3 finale's got a couple, including but not limited to [[spoiler:Kono leaving Five-O and Hawai'i to go on the run with Adam, Charlie Fong getting stabbed, and Doris promising to tell Steve the truth about Wo Fat to Steve.Fat. ([[TheUnreveal She doesn't; the question remains unanswered until the 100th episode]].)]]
15th Apr '17 8:58:10 PM Etherjammer
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** In the season 2 finale, "Ua Hala", Fryer is a victim of CharacterDeath, Max gets shot but survives, Chin Ho is blackmailed into getting DirtyCop Delano [[spoiler:out of prison]] and forced to make a SadisticChoice between [[spoiler: saving his wife Malia or Kono, who are respectively shot and tossed into the ocean bound and gagged]], Danny is contesting custody of Grace because Rachel is moving to Las Vegas, and [=McGarrett=] finally learns that "Shelburne" is [[spoiler: his mom.]]
** The season 3 finale's got a couple, including but not limited to [[spoiler:Kono leaving Five-O and Hawai'i to go on the run with Adam, Charlie Fong getting stabbed, and Doris promising the truth about Wo Fat to Steve, [[TheUnreveal which she does not, and the question remains unanswered until the]] 100th episode.]].

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** In the season 2 finale, "Ua Hala", Fryer [[CharacterDeath is a victim of CharacterDeath, killed]], Max gets shot but survives, Chin Ho is blackmailed into getting DirtyCop Delano [[spoiler:out of prison]] and forced to make a SadisticChoice between [[spoiler: saving his wife Malia or Kono, who are respectively shot and tossed into the ocean bound and gagged]], Danny is contesting custody of Grace because Rachel is moving to Las Vegas, and [=McGarrett=] finally learns that "Shelburne" is [[spoiler: his mom.]]
** The season 3 finale's got a couple, including but not limited to [[spoiler:Kono leaving Five-O and Hawai'i to go on the run with Adam, Charlie Fong getting stabbed, and Doris promising to tell Steve the truth about Wo Fat to Steve, [[TheUnreveal which she does not, and Steve. ([[TheUnreveal She doesn't; the question remains unanswered until the]] the 100th episode.]].episode]].)]]



* YouKilledMyFather: Steve [=McGarret=] to Victor Hesse and then Wo Fat.
* YouKilledMyFather: [[spoiler:Max Bergman to [[SerialKiller The Trashman]] who killed his mother.]]

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Steve [=McGarret=] to Victor Hesse and then Wo Fat.
* YouKilledMyFather: ** [[spoiler:Max Bergman to [[SerialKiller The Trashman]] Trashman]], who killed his mother.]]
20th Mar '17 4:37:19 AM StFan
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** Deep-sea diver Blake Spencer's grandmother, suffering from Alzheimer's disease, in the season 2 episode "Mea Makamae" is played by [[Series/ThePattyDukeShow Patty]] [[Theatre/TheMiracleWorker Duke]], who guest-starred in the original series' season 5 episode "Thanks For The Honeymoon" in 1973.

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** Deep-sea diver Blake Spencer's grandmother, suffering from Alzheimer's disease, in the season 2 episode "Mea Makamae" is played by [[Series/ThePattyDukeShow Patty]] [[Theatre/TheMiracleWorker Duke]], Patty Duke (of ''Series/ThePattyDukeShow'' or ''Theatre/TheMiracleWorker''), who guest-starred in the original series' season 5 episode "Thanks For The for the Honeymoon" in 1973.
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