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Also as in past seasons, the Five-O crew takes on crimes both common (murder, robbery, extortion, kidnapping) and not so much; in "Reunion," some World War II vets are convinced they've come across the Japanese officer who tortured them during the war, while "The Last Eden" features with eco-terrorism and "And Time to Die" deals with China's nuclear secrets. In the end, regardless of the problem, it's McGarrett and company's dogged police work that solves it. Meanwhile, the music remains the series' hippest element by far; while Nancy Wilson might not be a particularly convincing junkie in "Trouble in Mind," her renditions of the title song, "Stormy Monday," and other tunes are absolutely first-rate. Bonus features are again limited to brief, previous-week promos for each episode. --Sam Graham
Great tv show, but bought it for the episode Barry Atwater is in. It arrived as expected.Published 16 days ago by Desiree'
This episode was available for streaming on another "movie" web site, but, a critical scene is chopped off! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sparkys_Fan
I enjoy the H-50 Redux, but these are from simpler times - without every episode climaxing in flurry of fire from automatic weapons. Gotta love those old sedans too.Published 3 months ago by JHexatthewheel
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|Hawaii Five O - Any thoughts why not the "COMPLETE?" third season?||
If you look on the back of the boxes, there is something saying they may be edited from their original network versions. After digging on the Home Theater Forum, they were using different credits in the beginning...apparently taken from season 5. As for season 2, it was missing an episode.
Dec 18, 2007 by Mr. Kevin M. Mcconnell | See all 5 posts
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