Season 2, Episode 23
Captain Fryer is lured into a fatal trap and his killers lead the Five-0 on a wild chase with stops in the HPD headquarters and a veterinary clinic. Tom Sizemore, William Baldwin, and Terry O'Quinn guest star.
Danny: All right with the Navy SEAL death stare. What are you going to do? Water-board me until I tell you about my private phone call?
Danny: What is that look? Please don't do anything stupid. Please. Nobody likes to get shot. Please don't do anything....Is there something the matter with you? Huh?
Joe: Who are you calling?
Steve: Danny. If I leave another note for him saying I'm going to Japan, he'll never talk to me again.
Joe: Hmmm. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
1) Why assume the shooter was a male? I know they capitalized on that plot point, but it is a stupid assumption to make. Yes, statistically speaking, men are more likely to commit certain crimes than women. You should still enter a crime scene with an open mind. You'll spot more that way.
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2) [ Frank was going on about Chin and calling him a dirty cop but he seemed to be more mad about the fact that Chin wasn't really a dirty cop even though he was called one. Or as I said during the show, "So you're mad that you were (by your own admission) a dirty cop and went to jail while Chin was called a dirty cop though he wasn't really and then got his job back even before he was cleared?" ]
3) [ Would Kono's dating of Adam been known to Frank and his outside help? Could Chin called Adam and had him save Kono while Chin went to save Malia? Also, could Chin have been more useless when he discovered Malia had been shot? He pulled her into his arms instead of doing anything for the wound and looked like he was getting ready to yell for help instead of call. ]
4) Re: Shelbourne [ I didn't see Shelbourne being Steve's mom, but it does make perfect sense. ]