One daughter of the U.S. ambassador to the Philippines is killed and another daughter is missing, and governor Jameson brings McGarrett's team to lead the investigation.

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When the teenage daughter of the U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines is found dead off the coast of Waikiki, the Governor tasks Five-0 with finding her sister, who was also abducted. Written by CBS Publicity

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"Nalowale" is Hawaiian for Forgotten / Missing ( Dvd ) See more »

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Danny 'Danno' Williams: You know. It's amazing. Now she-she catches bad guys for you, and she... sleeps with you. Does she cook too?
Steve McGarrett: Yes, she does. Great cook.
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References Finding Nemo (2003) See more »

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Hawaii 5-0 Theme
Written by Morton Stevens
Performed by Brian Tyler
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Enter: The Love Interest
31 August 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It may seem strange to add a love interest to the main character 5 episodes into a show... and I would agree with you. But that's what Five-0 did when they defined Steve McGarrett's girlfriend for good with this part of the series by starting the primary segment of the episode (not including the introduction, that is) by creating intimacy between Steve and his girlfriend, Catherine Rollins, in the form showing them waking up together. Other then the intimate interactions between the two of them, nothing really happens much in this episode. The cinematography, acting, and progression were all decent enough, and the characters were easy to sympathize with and understandable at face value. Overall, better then the 3 episodes that came before it, but still nothing special.


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