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Mark 'n' Julie's
Hawaii Five-O Quick Reference Guide
Season 12


  • 260. A Lion In The Streets

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  • 261. Who Says Cops Don't Cry
    Written by: Robert Janes
    Directed by: Jack Lord

    A cop's husband gets killed during a store robbery and she takes it upon herself to track down the gang responsible.

    Quotes:

    • Kevin Wilson: "You know what that Irish cop told me? He said when you're certain you're right about something, don't take no for an answer. Not from anyone. I'll back you all the way up to the Governor's mansion. And that's the gospel according to McGarrett."
    • Kimo: "That's the one think I can't resist is a grateful woman."

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  • 262. Though The Heavens Fall
    Written by: Frank Telford
    Directed by: Harry F. Hogan III

    Nu Epsilon, an exclusive club within an exclusive club has taken on the task of dispensing its own brand of justice.

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    • Diana Webster: "You don't remember me, do you?" -- McGarrett: "I better remember. Cops never forget a face."
    • Richard Slade: "Nowhere in the Constitution does it say that a criminal shall escape justice because some police officer makes a trifling procedural error. The mush brain courts have in recent years created a web of petty technicalities that shield the criminal from justice, exhalt his rights above society's and above those of his victims."
    • Richard Slade: "The extermination of a wife killer is not muder, it's justice." -- McGarrett: "Sure, sure. With a capital J of course."

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  • 263. Sign Of The Ram
    Written by: Sam Roeca
    Directed by: Ralph Levy

    An astrologer predicts ill fortune for a boxer and meets with McGarrett's skepticism when she tries to enlist his help.

    Quotes:

    • Lori: "I don't get it, Steve. I thought the Governor told us to watch out for big fish swimming our way." -- McGarrett: "Big fish live off little fish, Lori."
    • Kimo: "That's got to be a little expensive, doesn't it? Hitting those brand new golf balls out into the ocean like that." -- Marco: "Well, it's a lot cheaper than hitting them the other way. Cars, kids, windows. You hit somebody, you get sued."
    • Jessica: "Oh, no, Capricorn." -- McGarrett: "Yes, Jessica." -- Jessica: "I knew it, I knew it. Stubborn, opinionated, tenacious, and goatlike."

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  • 264. Good Help Is Hard To Find
    Written by: Frank Telford
    Directed by: Beau van den Ecker

    A crime boss feeds Five-O plenty of false information in order to make the team look like fools.

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  • 265. Image Of Fear
    Written by: James Schmerer
    Directed by: Herbert Hirschman

    A woman is haunted to the brink of a nervous breakdown and her ex-husband seems concerned about her ability to properly raise their daughter.

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    • McGarrett: "No body? You mean no corpse?" -- Kimo: "Look, Steve. I know I'm about half asleep but I can recognize a body if I see one."
    • Kimo: "You got it, Steve. What's it all about?" -- McGarrett: "Popcorn."

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  • 266. Use A Gun, Go To Hell
    Written by: Sam Roeca
    Directed by: Ed Abroms

    A man encourages his friend to take a gun to their store robbery. As the gun passes from hand to hand, it leaves death in its wake.

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  • 267. Voice Of Terror
    Written by: Frank Telford
    Directed by: Beau van den Ecker

    A couple kidnaps a policewoman and uses her as a hostage in order to both get on the radio, and have their comrades returned to them.

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  • 268. A Shallow Grave
    Written by: Robert and Esther Mitchell
    Directed by: Dennis Donnelly

    A man comes to visit Hawaii and starts to have psychic revalations about things that happened over 20 years ago.

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  • 269. The Kahuna
    Written by: James Menzies
    Directed by: Robert L. Morrison

    People are mysteriously dying on one of the islands, and a health official is quite concerned. The locals, however, believe it's a "Kahuna" causing the death.

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    • Kimo: "Well, Namura's safe and sound and the suspect is sleeping peacefully. As a matter of fact, I think he might even have a slight concussion." -- McGarrett: "Caused by?" -- Kimo: "A 260-pound Hawaiian."

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  • 270. Labyrinth
    Teleplay by: Michael Janover
    Story by: Paul Playdon
    Directed by: Barry Crane

    A plastic surgeon's wife is kidnapped by a woman who looks exactly like her.

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  • 271. School For Assassins
    Teleplay by: Frank Telford
    Story by: Corey Wilber and Frank Telford
    Directed by: Don Weis

    A house in an exclusive section of Hawaii is owned by a man training assassins. The apparent target this time is a wealthy socialite from the mainland.

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  • 272. For Old Times Sake
    Teleplay by: Ben Masselink
    Story by: Susan Wakeford
    Directed by: Dennis Donnelly

    An ex-con decides to start forging money again to help the halfway house for girls where he works which will be closed because it owes $15,000 in back taxes.

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  • 273. The Golden Noose
    Written by: George F. Slavin
    Directed by: Beau van den Ecker

    When a geologist finds huge uranium deposits in a small Asian country, several men conspire to overthrow that country's government.

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  • 274. The Flight Of The Jewels
    Written by: James Menzies
    Directed by: Don Weis

    Three kids use model airplanes to help in the heist of royal jewelery.

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  • 275. Clash Of Shadows
    Written by: George F. Slavin
    Directed by: Ralph Levy

    Five-O finds leads to an old Nazi war criminal.

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  • 276. A Bird In Hand...
    Written by: Sam Roeca
    Directed by: Beau van den Ecker

    Camera-toting, bird-watching tourists are eliminated one by one after they accidentally find the hide-out of a paranoid con artist.

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  • 277. The Moroville Covenant
    Written by: Seeleg Lester
    Directed by: Robert L. Morrison

    A skeleton in the closet of a public official from Moroville, Idaho comes back to haunt him.

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  • 278. Woe to Wo Fat
    Written by: Frank Telford
    Directed by: Barry Crane

    Wo Fat is back, and he uses a secret gas to persuade three top scientists to perfect a satellite-based weapon.

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    • Wo Fat: "A fitting end, McGarrett. Through a dozen adventures which have had no resolution, we come now to the final act of this, this morality play." -- McGarrett: "I've waited a long time for this, Wo Fat. Now I'm going to have the unique pleasure of booking you myself."

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