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Mark 'n' Julie's
Hawaii Five-O Quick Reference Guide
Season 5


  • 97. Death Is A Company Policy
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Charles Dubin

    When evidence for a case against a major crime boss is destroyed, all fingers point to an insider -- either in the DA's office or in Five-O itself. Things take a turn for the worse when Duke is implicated.

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  • 98. Death Wish On Tantalus Mountain
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Allen Reisner

    A millionaire race-car enthusiast's mechanic is killed, and McGarrett suspects that the target was the millionaire himself.

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  • 99. You Don't Have To Kill To Get Rich - But It Helps.
    Written by: Abram S. Ginnes
    Directed by: Alf Kjellin

    A businessman, while on vacation in Hawaii, is set up for blackmail and he gets a friend of his (who is a private investigator) to take care of it.

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  • 100. Pig In A Blanket
    Written by: Bill Stratton
    Directed by: Marvin Chomsky

    Danno becomes quite upset about the attitude of kids who think killing cops is fun after his friend is shot when pulling over a speeder. He ends up shooting another kid whose soldering-iron appeared to be a gun, and Five-O goes into high gear trying to clear Danno's name.

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  • 101. The Jinn Who Clears The Way
    Written by: John D.F. Black
    Directed by: Harry Falk

    Wo Fat manages to steal a top-secret ICBM guidance system, and Chin Ho's cousin is in on it.

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    • McGarrett, sipping a cup of coffee: "Mmm, tastes like battery acid, but it's good." -- Danno: "It was on the hot plate all night."

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  • 102. Fools Die Twice
    Written by: Abram S. Ginnes
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    A disgruntled contractor working for the army sets up a phony robbery in order to kidnap a top-secret cryptography expert, and demands a million dollars in diamonds as the ransom.

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  • 103. Chain Of Events
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Ron Winston

    When a health inspector is murdered in a parking lot, McGarrett follows a chain of sexual encounters to find out whodunnit.

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  • 104. Journey Out Of Limbo
    Written by: Frank Telford
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    Danno is found unconscious in the back of a truck and the Five-O team try to piece together what happened to him. Meanwhile, an important delegation from China is coming to visit the islands and McGarrett is put in charge of security.

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  • 105. `V' For Vashon: The Son
    Written by: Alvin Sapinsley
    Directed by: Charles Dubin

    The grandson of the head of a famous crime family decides to go on a robbery spree, and it appears that McGarrett's case against him has disappeared when the grandfather buys off all the witnesses.

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  • 106. `V' For Vashon: The Father
    Written by: Alvin Sapinsley
    Directed by: Charles Dubin

    Honore Vashon vows revenge against McGarrett for killing his son, and hires a hit-man to do the deed.

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    • Dominick Vashon: "There's nothing more sacred than killing McGarrett."
    • McGarrett: "You want a little service? All you have to do is have your life threatened."
    • Dominick Vashon, after his son is convicted: "My turn!"

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  • 107. `V' For Vashon: The Patriarch
    Written by: Alvin Sapinsley
    Directed by: Charles Dubin

    Dominick Vashon, seething at the damage that McGarrett has done to his family, decides to frame him by having him kill an unarmed person. McGarrett is eventually found guilty of second degree murder.

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  • 108. The Clock Struck Twelve
    Teleplay by: Anthony Lawrence
    Story by: Leonard Freeman
    Directed by: Ron Winston

    A man threatens to blow up a courthouse during a trial to protest the men being accused.

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    • McGarrett: "Boom!"

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  • 109. I'm A Family Crook -- Don't Shoot!
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Bob Sweeney

    A husband, wife and daughter team of cons accidentally get mixed up in organized crime when they take a suitcase full of money. The mob, a rival gang, and Five-O all start looking for them.

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  • 110. The Child Stealers
    Written by: Larry Brody
    Directed by: Corey Allen

    A young couple, Nina and Gar, decide to make a living by stealing infants and selling them to a crooked adoption agency.

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  • 111. Thanks For The Honeymoon
    Written by: Mel Goldberg
    Directed by: Richard Benedict

    A woman, being held for a crime, makes a deal with McGarrett: incriminating evidence against a major criminal in exchange for him allowing her to get married in a real church and have a weekend for a honeymoon. Five-O ends up having to protect her from the criminal's hit-men.

    Well-known actors:

    • Patty Duke plays the woman (given screen credit as Patti Duke).

    Quotes:

    • McGarrett: "Under no circumstances, repeat, ..." -- Toni: "Under no circumstances."

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  • 112. The Listener
    Written by: Meyer Dolinsky
    Directed by: Richard Benedict

    A man who had been turned down by a psychiatrist for help decides to bug the psychiatrist's office and use the patients' information as blackmail.

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    • The psychiatrist: "I don't know about you, but that right hook sure made me feel better." -- McGarrett: "Too bad you can't cure a psychotic with a right hook. Eh, doc?"

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  • 113. Here Today... Gone Tonight
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    Barry Dean, the right-hand man to Fleming, a financial giant, decides to tell Five-O about all the internal corruption. But he'll only do it on his terms: a night flight to Maui where he owns a house.

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  • 114. The Odd Lot Caper
    Teleplay by: Meyer Dolinsky
    Story by: Meyer Dolinsky and Norman Lessing
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    A man conspires to rob his own brokerage firm in order to raise the money he needs to build a $25 million office complex.

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  • 115. Will The Real Mr. Winkler Please Die?
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    An ex-spy with a photographic memory, spotted on TV, is reactivated in an attempt to kill a defector.

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  • 116. Little Girl Blue
    Teleplay by: Mel Goldberg
    Story by: Leonard Freeman
    Directed by: Bob Sweeney

    Two men kidnap a girl, but run into trouble when getting away and end up killing a cop. They take refuge in an old army bunker on a hill.

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  • 117. Percentage
    Written by: Norman Lessing
    Directed by: Robert Butler

    A complex plot involving a murder sparked by attempts to control Hawaii's gambling junket market.

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    • Yushigo: "Now? With McGarrett breathing down my neck like a ton of bricks?"
    • Sinclair: "Now maybe you can tell us what the future has in store." -- McGarrett: "I have enough trouble handling the present."

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  • 118. Engaged To Be Buried
    Teleplay by: Bill Stratton and Ken Pettus
    Story by: Bill Stratton
    Directed by: Michael O'Herlihy

    Shako, a middleman for coin operated machines, uses muscle to force store owners to put his machines in their shops. His son is caught between loyalty to his father and the woman he loves.

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    • Shako: "My lawyers are going to scalp you for this, McGarrett." -- McGarrett: "Better tell them to bring some sharp knives."
    • Chin Ho: "You think this is personal? Wrong. This is Five-O, and we're going to put you and your family away for so long, nobody, nobody, has ever counted that high."

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  • 119. The Diamond That Nobody Stole
    Written by: John Furia, Jr.
    Directed by: Charles Dubin

    A complex plot involving a stolen piece of jewelry, some top-secret microfilm held for ransom, and several double-crosses.

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  • 120. Jury Of One
    Written by: Ken Pettus
    Directed by: Alf Kjellin

    McGarrett is given a tip that one of the jurors in an important case has been coerced into deadlocking the jury. Five-O has to find out which one so that a fair verdict can be reached.

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