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Mark 'n' Julie's
Hawaii Five-O Quick Reference Guide
Season 4


  • 73. Highest Castle, Deepest Grave
    Teleplay by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Story by: Elick Moll and Joseph Than
    Directed by: Charles Dubin

    Two skeletons are unearthed by an archaeological expedition and they appear to have been murdered. McGarrett must solve the crime -- a crime that happened over ten years ago!

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    Quotes:

    • McGarrett: "When people won't talk with me, I have them subpoened before a grand jury."
    • Mondrago: "I like a man who stands up to me. Sit down."
    • Mondrago: "Go fight other windmills, Mr. McGarrett. This one might break your arm." -- McGarrett: "Oh, that's been tried.''
    • McGarrett: "The only painting I'm interested in has been sold." -- Andrew Duncan: "The nude at the Hilton bar?''

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  • 74. No Bottles... No Cans... No People
    Written by: Jerry Ludwig and Eric Bercovici
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    When pimps start disappearing around the island, McGarrett starts to suspect one of them trying to take control... in preparation for an organized crime syndicate.

    Quotes:

    • Danno: "He's a small-time pimp and all around good fellow."
    • A prostitute: "I'm not paid to think."

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  • 75. Wednesday, Ladies Free
    Teleplay by: Paul Playdon and Jerome Coopersmith
    Story by: Paul Playdon
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    A serial killer defaces the women he strangles, and a private detective tries to beat the Five-O team to finding him.

    Quotes:

    • McGarrett (to Jerry Rhodes): "If you have to bleed, bleed in private. I don't want to watch it."

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  • 76. 3,000 Crooked Miles To Honolulu
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Jerry Thorpe

    A professor works out a scheme for converting stolen travelers' checks into untraceable cash and gets an entire planeload of people to go along with it.

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    • McGarrett: "Ladies and gentlemen, this is not your captain. There will be no departure time and your trip will average 15-20 years. Aloha, suckers!"

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  • 77. Two Doves And Mr. Heron
    Written by: Anthony Lawrence
    Directed by: Charles Dubin

    A young couple, begging on the beach, end up finding $250,000 in embezzled cash.

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  • 78. ...And I Want Some Candy And A Gun That Shoots
    Written by: John D.F. Black
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    When a sniper uses a hill along a highway as his base of operations, McGarrett scrambles for ways of getting him down before sunset.

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    • McGarrett: "I'll be back."

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  • 79. Air Cargo -- Dial For Murder
    Written by: Meyer Dolinsky
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    A murder is the tip-off to McGarrett that a ring of thieves is stealing cargo for the insurance money.

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    • Eric Ling: "McGarrett saw through it in less than five milliseconds."
    • Eric Ling: "We're on a collision course with McGarrett!"
    • Chin Ho: "If greed were a fever, all the world would be ill." -- McGarrett: "Speak for yourself, Chin"
    • Che Fong to McGarrett: "Very clever! And you're not even Chinese!"

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  • 80. For A Million... Why Not?
    Teleplay by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Story by: Eric Bercovici and Jerry Ludwig
    Directed by: Ron Winston

    McGarrett is off testifying in court, leaving Danno to crack a complicated armoured car heist.

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    • Danno: "And I thought the computer was a policeman's best friend."

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  • 81. The Burning Ice

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  • 82. Rest In Peace, Somebody
    Written by: John D.F. Black
    Directed by: Paul Stanley

    A man calls McGarrett on his private line and threatens to kill someone, but won't say who or when. He taunts McGarrett by breaking into, unnoticed, the homes of the Five-O team.

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  • 83. A Matter of Mutual Concern
    Written by: Alvin Sapinsley
    Directed by: Ron Winston

    A man, who turns out to be a scout for a gang from the mainland, is murdered, and McGarrett must figure out which of Hawaii's four gangs is responsible before a gang war starts.

    Quotes:

    • Kono: "...and lock up those dogs. If they bite me, they're gonna get rabies."

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  • 84. Nine, Ten, You're Dead
    Written by: Mel Goldberg
    Directed by: Leo Penn

    When a man ruins a boxer's career, Five-O must find him and protect him from the mafia's hit-man.

    Well-known actors:

    • Moses Gunn played Willy Stone.

    Quotes:

    • Mama Luna: "What's the rap? Serving salami without a license?"
    • Willy Stone: "The legs; ain't got no hippity-hop."

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  • 85. Is This Any Way To Run A Paradise?
    Written by: Bill Stratton
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    A militant environmentalist, posing as Ka`ili, a Hawaiian war god, stops up an incinerator and dumps garbage in front of the government building in order to build awareness about pollution. He goes too far when he publishes a death list in the newspaper.

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    • Chief: "How did yo-yo get up there?" -- McGarrett: "That's one of my yo-yos, chief."

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  • 86. Odd Man In
    Written by: E. Arthur Kean
    Directed by: Paul Stanley

    A clever criminal breaks out of jail and into a plot to smuggle cocaine onto the islands. Along the way, he helps McGarrett catch the smugglers.

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  • 87. Bait Once, Bait Twice
    Teleplay by: Will Lorin
    Story by: Jerome Ross
    Directed by: Alf Kjellin

    A woman, whose fiancée is a key witness in the prosecution's case against the leader of a gambling ring, is coerced into threatening suicide in order to bring the witness out of the protection program he's in. McGarrett takes full responsibility when the witness is murdered, and Five-O's must find out whodunnit.

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  • 88 & 89. The Ninety-Second War
    Teleplay by: John D.F. Black
    Story by: Leonard Freeman
    Directed by: Bob Sweeney

    McGarrett is framed, and it seems to be air tight. The frame has been engineered by Wo Fat to form a diversion from a plan to take the U.S. radar grid offline so that China can launch a nuclear test.

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    • Doc Bergman: "Might as well level with him, George. He'll hound you till you tell him."
    • McGarrett: "Che, make it fast, will you? They've got the feathers ready, and the tar is about to come to a boil."
    • Mischa Toptegan: "Something tasty, I trust. Anything but Siberian lamb. It's nothing but old mutton, you know."
    • Wo Fat: "I am a man of near infinite patience, but don't test me, for should I lose my temper, both remaining threads of the Vogler tapestry would cease to exist."

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  • 90. Skinhead
    Teleplay by: Alvin Sapinsley
    Story by: Will Lorin
    Directed by: Allen Reisner

    When a woman is raped, all the evidence points to a large skinhead.

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  • 91. While You're At It, Bring In The Moon
    Written by: E. Arthur Kean
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    A man, who has an aversion to human contact, is framed for murder, and initially kidnaps McGarrett in order to convince him of the set-up.

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  • 92. Cloth Of Gold
    Written by: Bennett Foster
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    One of the three major real-estate swindlers in Hawaii dies at his birthday party, and the Five-O team can't figure out how. When the second swindler dies a few days later of the same mysterious causes, Five-O puts a round-the-clock watch on the last one. Will they figure out how the murders are done in time to save him?

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    Quotes:

    • Doc (about Mingo): "It will make an interesting autopsy." -- McGarrett: "Not for Mingo."
    • Danno: "How do you know Ralph was killed?" -- Wallis: "Well, he's dead, isn't he?"
    • Wallis to Kono: "What are you? A cop or a fortune teller?" -- Kono: "Maybe a little bit of both."
    • Officer Nakamura: "Five years on the force and I wind up guarding a fish bowl." -- Fellow officer: "You haven't been doing a good job.''

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  • 93. Good Night, Baby - Time To Die!
    Written by: Abram S. Ginnes
    Directed by: Alf Kjellin

    McGarrett rushes to the aid of a woman whose ex-boyfriend has broken out of jail and is threatening to kill her. McGarrett stays with her in her apartment, while policemen surround the building to protect her.

    Quotes:

    • Carol Rhodes (to McGarrett): "I see you do your homework." -- McGarrett: "Always."
    • Rhodes (to McGarrett): "You don't like your girls drunk, do you?"
    • Rhodes: "I just can't imagine a guy with a name like McGarrett not having one drink."

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  • 94. Didn't We Meet At A Murder?
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Paul Stanley

    An elaborate assassination plot, teaming up three people -- a businessman, a TV repairman and a seductress -- against a mobster.

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  • 95. Follow The White Brick Road
    Written by: John Furia
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    McGarrett gets wind of a heroin shipment coming in to Hawaii on a Navy vessel and sends Danno undercover as a medical assistant to find out who's responsible.

    Well-known actors:

    • David Doyle plays one of the people transporting the heroin.

    Quotes:

    • Danno: "With cooks like you I can diagnose without examination: poisoning."

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  • 96. R & R & R
    Written by: Bill Stratton
    Directed by: Leo Penn

    About a serial murderer whose choice of victims is servicemen's wives.

    Quotes:

    • Kono: "I remember exactly -- I got a photogenic memory."

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