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Mark 'n' Julie's
Hawaii Five-O Quick Reference Guide
Season 7


  • 145. The Young Assassins
    Written by: Bill Stratton
    Directed by: Bruce Bilson

    A gang, calling themselves "The People's Attack Group," go on a murder spree but, when a couple of their members get caught and held by Five-O, they retaliate by kidnapping Danno and a Professor, and then offer an exchange.

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  • 146. A Hawaiian Nightmare
    Teleplay by: William Bast
    Story by: William Bast and Tom Philbin
    Directed by: Charles S. Dubin

    A man wires explosives into the side of the Mauna Loa volcano, threatening to set them off and cover a nearby town in lava unless he is paid $500,000.

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  • 147. I'll Kill 'Em Again
    Written by: Tim Maschler
    Directed by: Charles S. Dubin

    A young man decides to recreate murders that Five-O had solved years ago.

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    • McGarrett: "I never give up. Never."

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  • 148. Steal Now -- Pay Later
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: John Peyser

    A man, in the business of stealing shipments of goods in order to sell cheaply to retailers, gets caught up in a murder when one of the heists goes awry.

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  • 149. Bomb, Bomb, Who's Got The Bomb?
    Written by: Martin Roth
    Directed by: Allen Reisner

    A senator's life is threatened and, when his car blows up with his secretary in it, Five-O finds out and starts looking for the killer.

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  • 150. Right Grave- Wrong Body
    Written by: Glen Olson and Rod Baker
    Directed by: Paul Stanley

    An extra skeleton is found in a grave, and the bullet in its skull matches those,taken from several liquor store robberies. Five-O's difficulty is that everyone seems to be giving a different description of the perpetrator.

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  • 151. We Hang Our Own
    Written by: Walter Black
    Directed by: Douglas Green

    The son of a wealthy rancher comes home after graduating college, but is killed after a brawl. The rancher decides to hand out his own brand of justice when the suspect is only accused of manslaughter.

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  • 152. The Two-Faced Corpse
    Written by: Bud Freeman
    Directed by: Douglas Green

    A man, who turns out to be part of some witness relocation program, is murdered and it looks like it was a hit by an organization known as "The Syndicate." An old football team photo is key to solving the case.

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  • 153. How To Steal A Masterpiece
    Written by: Bud Freeman
    Directed by: Jack Lord

    A famous Gauguin painting is stolen from a wealthy collector.

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  • 154. A Gun For McGarrett
    Written by: Alvin Sapinsley
    Directed by: Bruce Bilson

    A man tries to take control of Hawaii's crime bosses by promising to kill McGarrett.

    Well-known actors:

    • (Evil dude): "Tell me McGarrett, are all your 899 lives as indesctructible as this one?" -- McGarrett: "You'd better believe it."

    Quotes:

    • McGarrett: "Someone's given an awful lot of thought to my murder, Danno."
    • McGarrett: "Whoever he is, he sure knows how to wreck an office."

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  • 155. Welcome To Our Branch Office
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Charles S. Dubin

    A con man sets up a replica of the Five-O office, complete with a fake Steve, Danno, Chin Ho, and Ben, in order to trick new businessmen into paying "protection" money.

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  • 156. Presenting... In The Center Ring... Murder
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Charles Dubin

    A Chinese diplomat comes to the islands in order to negotiate with the U.S. When he decides to take his grandson to the circus, Wo Fat uses that as a perfect opportunity to assassinate him.

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    • Wo Fat: "Mr. McGarrett seems bent on making things difficult"

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  • 157. Hara-Kiri: Murder
    Written by: Norman Lessing
    Directed by: Paul Stanley

    A man is taking money from a bank by using special wire-transfer codes. When the bank manager finds out, the man has him killed -- but makes it look like cermonial suicide.

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  • 158. Bones of Contention
    Written by: Alvin Sapinsley
    Directed by: Douglas Green

    The bones of Peking Man have been stolen by Parmel, a World War II vet. He attempts to cash in on them when the Chinese government is willing to pay $80,000 for their return.

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    • McGarrett: "Where is supply shed D?" -- Officer: "Just where you expect in the corps: right after H."

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  • 159. Computer Killer
    Teleplay by: Tim Maschler
    Story by: Larry Brody and Tim Maschler
    Directed by: Alf Kjellin

    A computer hacker offers his expertise to a rich man when the man's son is accused of murder. The hacker shifts evidence around to make it seem like the neighbor did it.

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  • 160. A Woman's Work Is With A Gun
    Written by: Glen Olson and Rod Baker
    Directed by: Douglas Green

    Three women team up to rob tour buses; one because she's addicted to heroin, another because her son needs an expensive operation, and the third because she wants to leave her husband.

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    • Chin Ho: "If I bought every description I've heard so far, I'd say 10 different women held up that bus." -- Danno: "See if you can eliminate about 8 of them."
    • Che Fong: "Are you sitting down?" -- McGarrett: "Well, it's kinda hard to drive standing up."

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  • 161. Small Witness, Large Crime
    Written by: Orville H. Hampton
    Directed by: Bruce Bilson

    A thirteen-year-old homeless kid is witness to a hit on an important businessman, but is reluctant to talk to Five-O.

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  • 162. Ring Of Life
    Written by: Time Maschler
    Directed by: John Peyser

    The Indian government sets up a $1,000,000 reward for an ancient treasure stolen from their land. Several people scheme to get it.

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  • 163. Study In Rage
    Written by: Martin Roth
    Directed by: Allen Reisner

    A man kills his psychiatrist in a misguided attempt to get back the woman of his dreams.

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  • 164. And The Horse Jumped Over The Moon
    Written by: Larry Brody
    Directed by: Douglas Green

    Because of a successful crackdown, heroin is becoming scarce. Some entrepreneurs come up with a scheme using a plane and a professional sky-diver to smuggle it onto the islands.

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  • 165. Hit Gun For Sale
    Written by: Martin Roth
    Directed by: John Peyser

    Two criminal factions are caught up in a struggle for power when the head of a Chicago ring shows up on the islands.

    Quotes:

    • McGarrett: "Get lucky, Che. Get lucky!"
    • Pete: "He's tied up at the moment." -- McGarrett: "Well untie him, then."

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  • 166. The Hostage
    Written by: Bud Freeman
    Directed by: Allen Reisner

    A Vietnam vet, down on his luck, goes to his former CO for help. But, when the CO refuses to see him, the vet flips out, accidentally killing a cop. He then takes a teenage girl as hostage in order to set up a getaway plan.

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    • Danno: "Steve, you'd better take this. It's the head of your fan club."

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  • 167. Diary Of A Gun
    Written by: Jerome Coopersmith
    Directed by: Douglas Green

    Criminals are importing Saturday night specials to the islands. One of them, through a series of coincidences, gets passed from person to person, causing injury and death along the way.

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  • 168. 6,000 Deadly Tickets
    Written by: Leonard and Arlene Stadd
    Directed by: John Peyser

    Five-O uncovers a airline ticket racketing ring.

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    • Win Low: "It would take another ice age to get the heat out of those tickets, and I cannot wait that long."

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