McGarrett: I've been tracking Victor Hesse for five years. If he were bold enough to surface, I promise you he already has an exit strategy planned, and he knows I know it, which means I can barely afford the hour it's going to take to bury my father, let alone stand here talking to you. Excuse me.
Governor Patricia Jameson: I can help you find this son of a bitch, with full immunity and means. Your task force will have blanket authority to go after guys like Hesse and get them the Hell off my island. Your rules, my backing, no red tape. I promise you, Commander. What you see is what you get.
McGarrett: Your captain said you transferred in from New Jersey six months ago, so your eye’s still fresh.
Danny: You know, I appreciate it, but my psych eval’s not for six weeks.
McGarrett: Fold-out bed, no ring on your finger—you obviously moved here to be close to your daughter. Which means in between visits, all you got is your job, and you take pride in it. That’s what I’m looking for.
Danny: Yeah, but you know what? It’s guys like you who think you know how to do everything better, and that only makes my job harder.
McGarrett: You got no choice, detective. The governor gave me jurisdiction; I’m making you my partner. We’re gonna get along great.
Chin: Look, I can't be a cop anymore.
McGarrett: Why not?
Chin: Because I can't be! You understand? HPD accused me of taking payoffs, so I'm the last person the department wants to see wearing a badge. I've gotta go.
Danny: This is going really well.
McGarrett: Did you take the money?
Chin: Excuse me?
McGarrett: [more directly] Did you take the money?
McGarrett: Then come with us. And we don't need to talk about this again. Ever. This is your ticket back into the game. Call it payback, call it whatever you want, I don't care, but I need you.
Chin: How do you know you can trust me?
McGarrett: Because my old man did.
[interrogating Sang Min]
McGarrett: You're going to jail. That part's not up for negotiation; your family is about to lose a husband and a father. In my eyes, now they're your victims, too. The trouble is, the law doesn't see it that way. Your wife, she's from Rwanda. She'll be sent back; they both will. If they're lucky, they'll make it to a refugee camp. And your son... seven is old enough to hold a gun for the Hutu militia. I can prevent all that, but I don't help people who don't help me.
Sang Min: [flustered] What kind of cops are you?
McGarrett: The new kind.
McGarrett: Tell the Coast Guard to find that body.
John McGarrett: [recording] When he was 5 years old, I asked my son Steve what he wanted to be when he grew up. "I wanna be a cop, Dad, like you." I told him to be anything but that. The life of a cop is Is not easy. It's not that I'm not proud of the work that I did, but more than anything, I have, uh I have regrets. The toll that it took on my family, the way it hurt them. It's something I think about every day. Now, I'm I'm alone here. Losing my wife was almost unbearable. But giving up my kids, that just broke me. I'm proud of them, but they'd never know it. I've missed so much of their lives and watching them grow up and all. I guess that's the way it has to be. Till I figure this out.
Steve McGarrett: What's in the bag?
Danny: Those doughnut-looking things they sell around the block.
McGarrett: [observes Kono yelling at the referee, to Chin] Ah, glad she's on our team.
Chin: No, she's just getting warmed up.
McGarrett: Hey, Gracie. I'm Steve.
Grace Williams: Hello.
McGarrett: It's great to meet you finally. Your dad, he talks about you all the time.
Grace: He talks about you a lot too.
McGarrett: Really? [looks at Danny] Does he?
Danny: We, uh, commiserate. It's a father-daughter thing.
Danny: What’s that look?
McGarrett: What look?
Danny: The look. The look you give me when you don’t tell me what you’re thinking, and the next thing I know I’m getting shot at.
McGarrett: [after Danny thanks him for pulling strings to get him visitation time with Grace] Let me ask you something. How far deep did you have to dig? I mean, how much of your soul did you just lose by actually appreciating me?
Danny: [chuckles] Uh, well, measuring.
McGarrett: [smiles] Right. Maybe you're not as alone around here as you think, Danno.
[watching a video of one of McGarrett's high school football games]
Chin Ho: Your dad couldn't stop screaming.
McGarrett: You were there with my dad?
Chin: Yeah. I was fresh out of the academy, he was my training officer. I'll tell you, any day that Steve McGarrett was starting at quarterback was an official day off.
Danny: I got one question. What’s a quarterback doing wearing the number fifty?
McGarrett: No, it’s not fifty, it’s five-0. It’s what my dad used to call our family, because we weren’t native Hawaiian. Five-0. I don’t know; it was his way of making us feel like we belonged somewhere I guess.
[Danny is getting his knee checked by the orthopedist]
Doctor: Anything traumatic recently, with the knee?
Danny: Yeah, actually. I got a new partner.
Doctor: [amused] I was thinking more about a physical injury.
Danny: No, no, this-this guy is like a physical injury, Doc. Ten minutes after meeting him, I get shot and blasted backwards through a window, okay? A few hours after that, he drives a car not joking onto the deck of a Chinese freighter ship. And, yes, I was in it. The car, not the ship.
Doctor: He drove a car onto a boat?
Danny: Yeah. He's an animal. And I sorta get the feeling that he's just getting warmed up.
Steve: You saying I’m not cool?
Danny: In certain situations. Like when you’ve got a gun pointed in your face, or you’re trying to decide whether to cut the red wire or the blue wire. But actual human interaction, mammal-to-mammal, you could use some work.
Laura Hills: You are to find Atwater's killer and assist in protecting General Pak and his family when they arrive.
Steve: I'm sorry, did you say "assist"? Who am I assisting? Uh, this is–– [sees his former SEAL buddy Nick Taylor] No way! What's up, Bullfrog? [exchanges a hug with Nick]
Nick Taylor: Smooth Dog.
Steve: Been a while.
Nick: It's been a long time, man.
Steve: [to Danny] Uh, Nick, Nick served under me in the SEALs.
Nick: Did three years in the 'Stan.
Danny: The 'Stan? What is the 'Stan?
Laura: They hired Nick's firm to protect General Pak and his family.
Steve: Of course they did.
Danny: Wow. So you got genocide, ethnic cleansing. It's a great client you got.
Nick: Well, you know, my team and I are here to do a job, just like you.
Danny: No, no, not-not just like me. See, I'm a cop. I don't get to choose who I protect. You do, and you choose this animal, and I'm sure our pay grades, our rates are a little different.
[Steve notices a New Jersey postcard, but Danny had to bring up his old eating joints]
Steve: Do you realize how much of your life revolves around food?
Danny: Do you realize how much of your life revolves around armed conflict?
Steve: Let me ask you a question: Where do people from New Jersey vacation?
Danny: Um, I don't know. I-I would imagine they vacation all over the place.
Steve: Okay. And you're you're aware the fact that perhaps many people from New Jersey vacation here in Hawaii?
Danny: I'm sure some misguided people do, sure, yeah.
Steve: Okay, good. And how many Hawaiians do you think vacation in New Jersey?
Danny: I don't know.
Steve: I can help you with that answer if you want. The answer is zero, Danny, because nobody here, except you, wants to be there, okay? Because aside from a couple of great singers, New Jersey doesn't exactly scream––
Danny: No, you go ahead, uh with your pants. I'll just be here with a dry towel.
Danny: What are the odds, huh? Guy gets a bullet in the dome, goes through four hours of brain surgery, and he survives, yet 150 people die every year from falling coconuts. It's a fact. I read it online.
Steve: What, so now you're not going to let Grace go near coconut trees?
Danny: [hands Steve an ice pack] Ice, for your head.
Steve: I'm fine.
Danny: Don't be a tough guy, okay? I've been popped with a stun gun before, it's no fun. Ice helps.
Kono: [curiously] You've been stun gunned?
Danny: Yes, I've been stunned. Hoboken, Halloween '02. It's a long story I don't want to tell you right now. [turns back to Steve] How many guys were there?
Danny: Three. Okay, good, 'cause I was wondering how one little burglar comes in and takes advantage of a Navy SEAL.
[Steve is frantically calling his sister Mary but she is not answering]
Steve: Something's wrong.
Danny: Do me a favor, please. Will you not go there? Okay? You don't know anything. Maybe she went out last night. Maybe she got a little goofy, she's sleeping it off. And let me be honest about something, if, first thing in the morning, I see your face pop on my phone, I might not answer it either.
Steve: Mamo lived in our old neighborhood when Mary and I were just kids. He's the one who taught us how to surf. Guy's been a beach boy since the days of Duke Kahanamoku.
Steve: Yeah, different beach boys, Danny. They were locals who set up shop in Waikiki to teach people how to surf.
[after McGarrett tells Governor Jameson that her biggest supporter is a Yakuza boss]
Gov. Jameson: [wearily] Is there any beer around here?
Jameson: I have never known a Navy man who couldn’t find a lady a beer.
Steve: You know, I never would've left the Island, I never would've joined the Navy or missed every holiday, every birthday, half of Mary's life. The day that car exploded, it made me who I am. Danny, I can't just let it go.
Danny: I'm not asking you to let it go. I want to get these guys as bad as you do.
[Danny finds out that Steve has found someone to babysit Grace and it turns out to be Kamekona]
Kamekona: Howzit, bruddah? I hear you got a high-priority assignment for me.
Danny: High-pri––Yeah. [looks at Steve] Are you sure this is a good idea?
Steve: He looked after my sister.
Danny: Yeah, I know, and your sister ran away.
Kamekona: That's bulai, brah. She tricked me. Playing on my emotional vulnerabilities.
Steve: That part's true.
Danny: Shut up, you.
Kamekona: And besides, I'm great with keikis. I got this.
[Steve gets a call from Mamo 'Kahike]
Steve McGarrett: Mamo, what's up?
Mamo 'Kahike: Bro, you gotta get these cops off my back. They want me to board up and get off the beach.
McGarrett: Just do as they say, Mamo, okay? There's a tsunami coming. It's not safe to be on the beach.
Mamo: Steve, I was here in '60, '64 and '75. I seen them all. I know the water. There's no tsunami in here today.
McGarrett: Okay, listen, I hear you, but you gotta get out of there just in case.
Mamo: Okay, bro, but I'm telling you, somebody's blowing smoke up somebody's okole'.
McGarrett: Just be safe, Mamo.
Steve: Is there a relay station that the signal passes through or any place that could compromise the signal?
Sheldon Tunney No. It's a clean feed from GOES 11 to us. [his pager starts beeping] Oh! You'll have to excuse me.
Steve: Okay, thank you. You've been very helpful.
Danny: How was that helpful?
Steve: You just be quiet for a second, okay? So the adults can think.
Danny: If I'm going to die on this island which I never should've come to in the first place, your face is not the last face I want to see, you understand that? Respectfully, of course.
Steve: I know you like it here.
Danny: I like... here? Incorrect! You are incorrect, my friend!
Steve: Then why the board, huh? Did hell freeze over? Did I actually miss you trying to get up on that thing? [snickers]
Danny: No comment!!
[The team discovers the money from the HPD asset forfeiture locker stashed inside sandbags stashed at the HPD central HQ and try to pin the prime suspect]
Commander Hale: Coast Guard tracked that drug deal for six months. It was supposed to be our takedown, but then HPD swooped in, took the credit. Now I'm being pushed out before my 20. No pension. No benefits. My country owes me.
Steve: [irritated, gets in Commander Hale's face] Hey, let's clear things right now. You swore to defend and support this country no matter what the cost. She doesn't owe you anything, okay?
Danny: This uh, gonna be your last chance to say it. Come on.
Steve: Book 'em, Danno.
Sgt. Duke Lukela: [as Danny cuffs Hale] How much money is this?
Chin: [to Kono] You know, there might be a few other things I could teach you, but I think you got the whole ass-kicking thing down.
Steve: I may not be able to see you, okay. But I can hear you. And you have a tone.
Danny: Tone? I don't have a tone. I don't have a tone.
Steve: You say I have a face. You, my friend, you have a tone. You have a tone, okay? And it's a tone that says "I'm gonna hit somebody."
Chin: [to Danny] Wasn't that the mother of your child?
Danny: You know what the greatest invention of all time is?
Danny: The Ignore button. You know, I have a theory that whoever invented the modern cellular phone also had an ex-wife.
[Danny has a face-to-face with Hawaii Housing Commissioner Bruce Hoffmann after Stan comes clean about the circumstances behind a carjack of Rachel's car]
Danny: I'm Detective Danny Williams. I am also the father of that little girl that was in the Mercedes that you had carjacked this morning, sending a message to Stan Edwards. I have the tapes now. He doesn't have them anymore. I'm going to ask you a question. What do you think would happen if those tapes got out? Huh?
Bruce Hoffmann: Look, look. I-I don't know anything about what you're talking about, Detective Williams.
Danny: [shoves Hoffmann onto a wall and stamps badge on his forehead] Williams. You can get my badge number off your forehead. I have those tapes, and will expose you, and if you ever, ever put a gun in the same zip code as my daughter, I swear to God, I will kill you. You understand?
Danny: What are are you gonna do, Are you gonna drive the car through the... Hey, I got the keys! Quieres llaves? [to Big Lono] You see what you did? I don't know what he's gonna do. But if I were you: I'd run out the back, side, roof - go! [Steve returns with a grenade] A grenade? He has a grenade. Why do you have a grenade? He's got a grenade. You see this? He's not bluffing? He will pull the pin and blow everybody up. Will you trust me, please?
Big Lono: That thing's not even real.
Steve: You gonna open the door?
Big Lono: Not a chance.
Steve: Sure? [Lono refuses to budge] Okay. [sets up grenade on screen lock]
Danny: You're not bl - You're not bluffing.
Steve: Go, go! Move!
Danny: That is so sick. [Steve and Danny run outside as the grenade goes off; Danny is stunned at the explosion] Come on!!! What is the matter with you?!? You need help! I will pay for it!
[Steve walks out with the team after meeting the abductees' parents]
Kono: What are the real chances of getting these kids back alive?
Steve: When my father was kidnapped, I knew from prior experience that no matter what I did that day, the results would not be good, okay? In these situations they rarely are... We're gonna change that. We're gonna get these kids back. We're gonna get them back alive!
Kono: [visits a bar full of coeds on spring break while checking leads] Four year-college tuition, $200,000. Books and supplies, $5,000. Room and board, $25,000. [sees unconscious patron] Passing out with two cocktail olives up your nose...
Danny: You got to know every detail of my life? What's it to you what my lunch is?
Steve: Cause you don't want to tell me! What, you think it's so fantastic I'm going to steal it? You fly in some deep-fried sandwich from New Jersey I'm not allowed to know about-
Danny: Salad, okay? Just a salad. That's it. There's nothing else in here. Grace has been taking a nutrition class and she is concerned about my cholesterol so I promised her I would eat better. Okay?
Steve: That's actually incredibly sweet.
Danny: Why did you not just give her your files right then and there? What is your play, please?
Steve: Must you know every detail of my life?
Danny: Hey, this is the CIA you are dealing with here, okay? They wrote the book on advanced interrogation techniques, which I am absolutely positive you have sitting on your bedside table right now, okay? Just so you know, I understand, okay? I would not mind a little one-on-one session with Jenna Kaye. The thought does stimulate my imagination, too.
Steve: Legally, the CIA can only interrogate foreign nationals.
Danny: [looks at Steve deflatedly] Why do you do that? I had a little fantasy worked out. I mean, you're, like, a devourer of dreams. You know what I mean, like, you eat them. Like a little Pac-Man in cargo pants.
Steve: [about a snow globe] Why would you steal this?
[Steve is surprised that Kamekona is serving him breakfast]
Steve: Kamekona, what are you doing here?
Kamekona: Came to cook you breakfast.
Steve: Okay, let me rephrase that: What are you doing in my house?
Kamekona: Kukui High versus McKinley's semi-final game. We bet. I lost. Okay, that was a joke, brah.
Steve: Oh, no joke, brother.
Kamekona: Kamekona no welch. Had that little punk made his free throws, you would've been taking me to the water park this weekend. Instead, I gotta serve as your personal chef the whole week. First up, spam. Potato frittatas and spam fried rice.
Steve: Okay, so everything you're going to cook for me this week, is it going to have Spam in it?
Kamekona: Of course. It's the Hawaiian steak, the nectar of the islands.
Steve: Do you know what's in Spam? I'll tell you. It's processed pork parts, salt, and meat stock.
Kamekona: That's what give 'em the glaze. Taste.
Steve: [avoids him] I don't want to taste.
Special Agent Allison Marsh: Well, gentlemen, this is an FBI matter now. And the FBI will be taking over the case. Thanks for your effort.
Steve: First of all, you're welcome. Second of all, a little boy's going to grow up without a mother because of a leak in your agency!
Marsh: Listen to me. You cannot go after Jimmy Cannon.
Steve: Watch me!
Reggie Cole: Look, my job was to get Jimmy Cannon. I don't know who shot me. I don't know who set me up. All I know is that Jimmy Cannon ordered the hit! Now look...look I know you guys are trying to do your jobs... but Jimmy Cannon killed my wife. He killed a federal agent. You don't know who you're dealing with. He's going to put walls up in front of you wherever you go.
Steve: We're going to go wherever the case takes us. And let me tell you, you want guys like us on this, because we'll go through those walls.
Jimmy Cannon: Every investigation against me has come up empty, you know why?
Steve: No, why?
Cannon: Because there's nothing to find. Now, growing up in poverty and making something of yourself used to be considered a virtue in this country.
Steve: Is that Capone? [to Danny] Did he just quote Capone?
[Steve insists on Chin coming clean about his corruption charges to the IA review board]
Steve: Look Chin, listen this is gonna clear your name.
Chin Ho: Yeah, it will, but at what cost? My uncle was a righteous cop, Steve. In his 25 years, he put away hundreds of criminals. Guys that deserved to be off the streets. And if he's found guilty, they'll enact judicial review. All of his past convictions will be called into question. Guilty men will walk straight out of prison.
Steve: Let me call the governor.
Chin Ho: No. This is my problem. I'll handle it.
Steve: Why is a fashion photographer sending coded texts? All right...you know what? I'm going to send this to Catherine. She can have the, uh, the boys in intel run it through––
Danny: [interrupts Steve] Whoa, whoa, whoa!
Danny: It's not coded texts. Okay? No need for your little Ramboette. Okay, this is not your, uh, cloak and dagger spook speak. This is Danny's world.
[Marcum's thugs pull up at Kamekona's shave ice stand while Danny and Steve lie in wait for them.]
Thug: So, Kamekona, what's this about you not wanting to pay Marcum? You play dumb? Answer me. You like getting lickins?
Danny: I'm sorry. I just overheard...did you say "lickings"? You know how difficult it is to sound like a tough guy when you use a word like "lickings"? You should try "beatings". Like, "I'm gonna give you a beating". It works, trust me, on a lot of different levels.
Ua Hiki Mai Kapalena Pau (Until the End is Near) [1.23]Edit
[McGarrett had handcuffed Jenna Kaye to his car before a raid.]
McGarrett: Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't there a car attached to you? [Kaye looks down at her wrist]
Kaye: Oh. Weird.
[Jenna Kaye and Steve McGarrett confront Fallon Global official Elliot Connor at his office]
Jenna Kaye: You shifted in your chair and touched your face as you were answering the question. Those are both signs of deception, plus you added unnecessary details about delivering the papers just to make your lies sound more credible.
Steve McGarrett: Does Jeff know that you're using his house to cheat on his sister?
Elliott Connor: What? That's absurd!
Kaye: Wow. Mock outrage - that's a bad one.
Kamekona: You know, Gracie, when I was a little keiki like you, my mama used to bring me this chicken every time I was sick.
Grace Williams: Fried chicken isn't good for you. It has cholesterol and causes heart disease.
Kamekona: Nah, a little bit of grease is good for you. Helps the insides stay lubricated.
[Sang Min suddenly appears at the Five-0 offices]
Sang Min: You don't understand. I'll plead to any charge. Take the maximum sentence. As long as you put me in protective custody.
Danny: Oh yeah? What happened?
Sang Min: Wo Fat. I tried to make things right with him.
Steve: What did he say?
Sang Min: He told me he's not gonna rest until I'm dead. And then when I am, he's gonna come after you next.
[Chin Ho receives a call on his cellphone - with Sgt Duke Lukela on the other end]
Sgt. Duke Lukela: [sees arrest warrant notice on computer] You sure you don't want your old job back? 'Cause it looks like your current one isn't going to exist much longer. We have a warrant to arrest McGarrett for murder.
Chin Ho Kelly: [Ending the call] We've got a problem. HPD is on the way here right now to arrest you for killing Laura Hills.
[At the Governor's Mansion, Steve McGarrett wants a lot of answers]
Governor Patricia Jameson: Steve. I was hoping they were wrong about you.
Steve McGarrett: I didn't kill Laura Hills. You did.You move, I will put a bullet in you. Put your hand on the desk!
Jameson: Just put the gun away and we can talk.
McGarrett: It goes down when we're done.
Jameson: What do you want?
McGarrett: [sets up iPhone recording] I want a confession.
Jameson: You have a gun pointed at my head. I'll say whatever you want, Steve.
McGarrett: I want the truth.
Jameson: I don't know what you're talking about.
McGarrett: I know what you did! I know everything!
Jameson:Then, why don't you just go ahead and pull the trigger.
McGarrett: Because I want answers. Speak.
Jameson: Trust me, that is not what you want.
McGarrett: [miffed at phone ringing] Don't touch that phone. Don't answer it. Look at me. I know my father was investigating you. I know about your ties to the Yakuza. I know about the Noshimuri brothers. I know about your connection to Wo Fat. My father was getting close to exposing you, wasn't he, Governor, huh? That's why my mother died in that car bomb. Just like Laura Hills. But what I really want to know is who gave the order. I know Koji Noshimuri set the car bomb that killed my mother. I know Victor Hesse killed my father, but I want to know-- who gave the order, Governor? Was it Wo Fat, or was it you?
Jameson: [bitterly] You captured the man who shot and killed your father. You took down the people responsible for your mother's murder. I gave you the ability to do that. I gave you the immunity and the means. I protected you, and when you got into trouble, I got you out of it.
McGarrett: You put the money in the asset forfeiture locker, didn't you? You covered for us.
Jameson: I was trying to protect you. Five-0 has done a lot for the people of Hawaii. I wanted that work to continue.
McGarrett: Stop lying to me! You created Five-0 so you could keep an eye on me. So I wouldn't pick up where my father left off. Isn't that right? You keep friends close, but you keep your enemies even closer?
Jameson: I am not the enemy, Steve. I have always been loyal to the people who are loyal to me.
McGarrett: Really? Is that why you had Laura Hills murdered? Because she was the least loyal?
Jameson: Yes. [sees Wo Fat taser McGarrett; picks up iPhone and deletes recording] What are we going to do? We have to get rid of him.
Wo Fat: I have everything under control. [shoots Jameson with McGarrett's pistol and puts it on his hand]
[Danny witnesses Chin Ho and the HPD officers bring McGarrett out of the Governor's Mansion]
Danny: Hey! What the hell are you doing? What happened? Huh?
Steve McGarrett:The governor's dead.
Danny: What are you talking about?
Steve: It was Wo Fat. You understand? It was Wo Fat, Danny.
Danny: Let him go. Let him go.
Chin Ho: He was the only one there. His gun was just discharged. I can't let him go.
Danny: Yes, you can. We have jurisdiction. We're Five-0. Get him out.
Chin Ho: You don't understand, Danny. There is no Five-0 anymore.
[Danny sees Chin Ho Kelly back at the now-decommissioned Five-0 office]
Danny Williams: What's up, buddy? You've been ducking me for about a week now.
Chin Ho Kelly:I've been a little busy.
Danny: You've been busy? What are you doing, putting more of your friends behind bars?
Chin Ho:[miffed] So you think I had a choice?
Chin Ho: McGarrett was standing over the governor's body with a gun in his hand, Danny. I had a full SWAT team right behind me, who saw exactly the same things. Now, what was I supposed to do?
Danny: That's a good question. I'm glad you asked. Because what I think that you should have done is let Five-O investigate, instead of dismantling it. Instead of running off and joining HPD.
Jenna Kaye: Where are you going? Steve needs our help.
Joe White: He will be fine.
Jenna: How do you know?
White: I trained him.
[the former Five-0 gang try to find McGarrett after he bolts jail]
Kono Kalakaua: I can run his ID, trace his cell, run surveillance.
Chin Ho Kelly: How you gonna do that? You don't have access to HPD's database.
Kono: I'll use your password.
Danny: Whoa, whoa, whoa. That's not a good idea.
Chin Ho: You're not carrying a badge anymore, Kono. I can't guarantee HPD backup.
Kono: You guys are my backup.
Danny: [chuckles] Definitely been hanging out with McGarrett too long now.
[at Kamekona's shave ice shop, the Five-0 gang show Lt Gov Sam Denning the hidden camera footage from Jamieson's murder]
Governor Sam Denning: Commander McGarrett, you have my sincerest apologies for everything you've been through.
Steve McGarrett: With all due respect, sir, I don't need your apologies. What I need you to do is reinstate my Five-O Task Force so we can go after this son-of-a-bitch right here.
Denning: ...Well no doubt, that Five-O had an impact on crime. So as Lt. Governor I'll grant your request.
McGarrett: All right! Thank you, sir.
Denning: But there are conditions.
Danny 'Danno' Williams: What conditions?
Denning: Governor Jamieson gave you full immunity to basically run roughshod over every single law on the State's books. That's not gonna happen on my watch. You cross the line, you answer to me.
McGarrett: Understood, sir. But just so you're clear. Sometimes we get put in positions where lives are on the line, and we have to make split-second decisions. The line you're talking about gets a little hard to see.
Danny 'Danno' Williams: Well, Let's see what she looks like when she gets done with Sgt. Slaughter's Boot Camp.
Steve McGarrett: What's that supposed to mean?
Danny: Let's just try not to get the new girl blown up, kidnapped, or shot on her first day. That's all. Can we do that, Steven?
Steve: I can't guarantee that.
[Chin Ho Kelly is caught by surprise about Internal Affairs investigating Kono]
Chin Ho Kelly: You're about to kill the career of a good cop because you think she did something wrong.
Capt. Vincent Fryer: I know - she did something wrong. The apple doesn't fall far from the family tree.
Chin Ho: This isn't about me.
Fryer: You're right. It isn't. The governor wants to make it very clear that there's a zero-tolerance policy with regards to crime and corruption. He's tasked me with cleaning up this department. Which is exactly what I'm going to do -starting with your cousin.
[Lana'i cult leader Steven Carver tries to give Jen a cup of tea]
Steven Carver: Here. Uh, drink this. There's herbs in here. It's good for your heart.
Jen: I don't want your tea. I just want to go home. Please.
Steven: This is your home. I know this is hard for you to understand, but this is my fault. I-I didn't raise your mother right. But I'm not gonna make that same mistake with you. You're my family. I'm not gonna let them take you away from me.
Jen: You're not my family!
Steven: Now, listen to me. Listen. Those people are the ones that have been poisoning you. Now, I can make you better. You have to trust me. Just drink your tea.
Kamekona: Now dig in to the grinds, and tell me what you think, please.
Joe White: [takes a bite of the jambalaya] Jambalaya has got some kick. [looks at Steve] Try it.
[Steve takes a shrimp and nearly chokes due to its spiciness]
Steve: You got a cast-iron stomach that should be weaponized. [to Kamekona] You got any water in there?
Kamekona: Sparkling or flat?
Steve: Seriously, I can't breathe right now.
Danny: [looks at a life-sized whale hanging from the ceiling of the museum] It's amazing. I mean, one day you are the king of the ocean, right? The next thing you know, you're hanging from the ceiling in a museum and children are looking at your private parts.
Steve: Yep, kind of puts things in perspective.
[Steve catches on to Danny about Dr Gabrielle Asano]
Danny: I don't want a relationship.
Steve: Coffee is not a relationship, it's a beverage.
Danny: Not true, every relationship has started with a cup of coffee. Then it's dinner and a movie, okay? Next thing you know, you're divorced, you're moving to Hawaii so you can see your daughter every other weekend.
Steve: You need to talk to someone professionally.
Danny I do. You. And now the session's over.
[Kono sees Chin again after being confronted over using his HPD database account to see her Internal Affairs case file]
Kono Kalakaua: Chin, I'm really not up for a lecture right now.
Chin Ho Kelly: Good, because I'm not here to give you one. I'm here to apologize. Everything you're going through right now I've been through myself. Getting kicked off the force, dealing with disappointment, the frustration, the anger. I remember what that felt like. And I also remember that the only person who stood by me through all of it was you. You're not alone in this, Kono. When you want to talk, I'll be here. [Kono embraces him]
[Steve and Joe join the military in departure honors for Capt Robert Murphy at JFB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, but Steve brings up something with Joe]
Steve: You never gave that video to the DOD, did you Joe?
Steve: You know what? I know he was your friend, but he was *my* father. Whatever it is you're trying to protect me from I can handle it. You understand me?
Joe: Did you ever think that maybe you're not the only one I'm trying to protect?
Steve: What are you talking about?
Joe: Risk versus reward, Steve. How much damage are you willing to do to your family - to your family's name - because whatever's on that video, it's not going to bring your father back.
[Kono arrives home to see a pickup on the front lawn - Malia's]
Kono: [sees Malia but obviously not in the mood to talk] It's not a good time for me, Malia.
Malia: That's what I hear.
Kono: What's that supposed to mean?
Malia: Can I come in? [both women enter house] Kono, I know things have been weird between us since Chin and I broke up, and I'm I'm sorry about that, but this is important. Chin is worried about you.
Kono: Wait. So, what, are are you and Chin back together?
Malia: Well, um, uh I don't know. Maybe.
Kono: Wow. How'd you manage that?
Malia: Do you remember when you were in high school and Chin and I used to drive you all around the Island to those surf competitions? The NSSA's. Chin was so proud of you. I mean, that's how I knew he was serious about me- because he wanted to share how proud he was of you. I don't expect you to understand, Kono, but Chin and me- we have something special.
Kono: Yeah. Where was that something special when he lost his badge?
Malia: [irked at what she said] Kono. Right now?
Kono: Okay. Look, as much as I would love to continue this conversation, I can't. I got to run.
Kono: [opens door to see her off] And the next time you're looking to score points with Chin, leave me out of it.
Danny: What are the perks of being a cop? The pay sucks, the hours suck. Sometimes I get...No no not sometimes, all the time, I get shot at all the time.
Steve: What are you talking about? You never get...you hardly every get shot at.
Danny: Is that a joke? Are you making a joke?
Steve: Ok when's the last time you got clipped?
Danny: You're not a funny person. Are you trying to be funny? You're not, ok. Here's my point alright, living practically rent-free in some rich guy's guest house seems to me like a nice perk for keeping the world a safe place.
Steve: You homeless now? Why don't you try decorating? Why don't you get some doilies for the tables, flowers for the table.
Lori: Patience isn't my strong suit.
Chin: You're a lot like Steve, you know that? Am I? Mm-hmm.
Lori: What's his deal anyway?
Chin: What do you mean, what's his deal?
Lori: Oh, I don't know. I mean, he's I mean, he's kind of hard to get a read on, you know, uh, except for the you know, the daddy issues.
[Having seen Capt. Fryer try to get Kono out of the Five-0 interrogation to save Trisha Joyner, Chin tries to talk to her]
Kono:If he gets to her first, she's dead. I have to go back.
Chin: No! You're already in too deep and it's too dangerous!
Kono: It's the only way to get to Trisha. Look, I don't like what he did, but I understand why Fryer targeted me.
Chin: You don't understand! Do you know who Frank Delano's partner was when he was on the job? Do you know?! It was Fryer!! Delano almost took Fryer down with him when he lost his badge. Don't you get it? Fryer's using you! He's using you to get revenge.
Steve: [overhearing Chin] That's true? Delano was your partner? You're going after your ex-partner?
Capt. Fryer : My history with Delano has nothing to do with this.
Steve: This isn't about going after bad guys, okay? It's about you getting even, right? Huh? You put Kono's life in danger to settle a personal score. Not just Kono's life, the life of an innocent civilian who's still out there.
Fryer: And that's exactly why Kono has to go back in. Without her, we've got nothing on Delano and no way to find Trisha Joyner.
[Danny waves a white towel in front of Steve before he faces Chuck Liddell]
Steve: What are you doing?
Danny: Getting ready to throw in the towel before you die.
Steve: [ignores Danny] Mouth guard.
Danny: [grumbles] Mouth guard. [hands Steve his mouth guard] You need a helmet not a mouth guard.
Danny: [interrogating a suspect] You know there is no honor amongst thieves. Eventually they will rat on you so why don't you just beat them to the punch. [sees Kelly walking into the interrogation room] You didn't miss anything. This guy's vocabulary is not straying too far from the word "lawyer".
[Steve and Danny are about to question Boriero and notice his car isn't locked.]
Steve: Looks like Boriero wasn't worried about theft.
Danny: That's one of the benefits of being built like King Kong.
[Danny notices Max cosplaying as Neo at the medical examiner's office]
Max: I came directly to work after a costume party.
Danny: Come on, you don't secretly have this thing where you look dressing up like you're in The Matrix.
Max: The two concepts are not mutually exclusive.
[Having seen a big rock hit his Camaro's front windshield after stepping right into the Keiamanu heiau despite warnings from the Five-0 team not to desecrate it, Danny is furious that a bigger rock shattered the rear window]
Danny: How does this even happen?
Chin Ho: Maybe it's the result of completely dismissing an entire culture's spiritual beliefs.
[Danny moves into a dead victim's apartment with the gang's help]
Danny: I wanted to ask you about the pet deposit. You see, my daughter, she wants a dog.
Landlady: I'm sorry. We have a strict no-pet policy.
Danny: What are you talking about? What about the old lady?
Landlady: What old lady?
Danny: The old lady with the big dopey hat and the little dog and she was gardening. She's the one that told me the elevator was bust... which by the way you're gonna fix, right?
Landlady: Sounds like you're describing Mrs Kakoa.
Danny: OK, Mrs Kokoa.
Landlady: But old Mrs Kakoa died five years ago. She fell down the elevator shaft.
[Steve is caught by surprise at Joe White's decision to seek early retirement]
Joe: How about you treat me to a shrimp jambalaya and we'll call it even?
Steve: You are the only man on the planet who would see jambalaya as even for the end of their career.
Governor Sam Denning: Three days ago, the Five-O task force seized $80 million worth of cocaine being smuggled into Honolulu Harbor on a Colombian fishing vessel.
Steve: I see you broke out the formal wear, too, huh?
Danny: Dog and pony show– perfect occasion to wear a tie.
Kono: I always liked the tie.
Denning: Five-O’s courageous actions have made our state a safer place. Five-O acted in cooperation with Customs, DEA and HPD to orchestrate an efficient and coordinated takedown of what appears to be a major player in the global drug trade. We appreciate the help from our law enforcement counterparts and will continue to rely on them as this investigation moves forward. We feel we sent a strong message to the South American cartels. The state of Hawaii will not be used as a way station for illegal narcotic trafficking.
Ms. Christie: Jay, what’s going on?
Jay Katsu: It’s a car accident.
Ms. Christie: It’s all right, everybody. Just stay in your seats.
Katsu: [goes down and calls out to people at crash] You guys okay? Anybody hurt?
Karla: Yeah, you. [shoots him]
Ms. Christie: Jay! Kids, get down! Get down! Just Get Down!
Steve: What do we know?
Danny: Looks like a kidnapping, right? We got 16 kids, three adults from South Shore Children’s Academy; they were on a field trip. Someone comes, takes the whole bus.
Steve: Parents been notified?
Danny: Kono’s on her way to the school right now to meet them and prepare them for a ransom call.
Steve: Who's the vic, Chin?
Chin: Jay Katsu, driver of the bus. Still waiting on Max, but the cause of death appears to be three gunshots to the chest, close range.
Danny: Here’s what I think. All right, guy gets out of the bus to see what’s going on. Comes over here– boom– gets popped by one of the kidnappers.
Steve: [notices something odd on cars] Wait a minute.
Chin: What are you thinking?
Steve: This accident was staged. Look at this. There’s no skid marks. Neither of the airbags have been deployed. There’s minimal damage.
Danny: Now who do these cars belong to?
Chin: Well, HPD ran the plates. Turns out, both vehicles were reported stolen last night.
Lori Weston: I just spoke to the witness who called 911. She came on the accident about 20 minutes ago. Driver was already dead.
Danny: She see the school bus?
Lori: Yeah, she reported seeing one traveling at high speeds, heading south.
Chin: Well, if they reached the H3, they could be anywhere on the island.
Steve: All right, we need the cell numbers of all the people on that bus. Pinging their phones is gonna be our best chance of locating them.
[Steve and Joe argue over the identity of Shelburne]
Joe White: You're interfering with something you don't understand.
Steve McGarrett: Then why don't you explain it to me, Joe? Tell me what the hell's going on! You gotta wake up. The walls are closing in on you. HPD wants answers. The Yakuza wants blood. Shelburne - is he worth this? Is he worth going to jail for? Is he worth dying for?
Joe: People are already dying, son. I'M TRYING TO MAKE IT STOP!
[Kono and Charlie Fong study Rick Summers and Karen Sargent's sex video]
Charlie Fong: I figured out how that sex tape was made, and how your anonymous blackmailer accessed it. Summers' computer was infected with spyware that remotely activated its webcam.
Kono Kalakaua: As simple as that?
Fong: Pretty much. The spyware was a Trojan Horse attached to a file containing the Ala Moana Academy's "Lookbook." It's kind of like a digital yearbook.
Kono: Okay, so Summers downloaded the Lookbook, and then...
Fong: And then he and Karen must've had sex in view of the laptop's camera. And neither one of them knew they were being watched, or recorded.
Kono: That's really creepy.
Fong: Moral of the story: Resist the urge to have sex in front of an open laptop.
Kono: [feels awkward at what he said] Sometimes you scare me.
Danny: What were we talking about? I don't know. Stuff. General stuff. What, uh what, are you being paranoid now?
McGarrett: No, this is not paranoia, Daniel. This has been happening a lot lately. You guys have been acting weird.
Danny: Oh, okay. Well, I think you should relax, maybe, and stop overanalyzing things.
McGarrett: Relax? That's funny coming from you.
Danny: Okay, no, no, no. Do what you want to do. Be paranoid. Okay, go nuts. Let your mind play tricks on you. Next thing you know, you are going to be wearing a tin foil hat, babbling about black helicopters.
McGarrett: Black helicopters are real.
Danny: What do you mean, they're real?
McGarrett: [creepy voice] They're real.
McGarrett: [sees the grenade-shaped cake Kono is carrying] That's an awesome cake.
Danny: We were gonna jump out and yell surprise, but then we figured what's the use?
McGarrett: [deadpan] Well, you should never surprise a man who is armed and who has extensive close-quarter battle training, anyway.
Chin: Ah, that's good to keep in mind.
Kono: I will also remember that.
Kono: [hands McGarrett a slice] Here you go, birthday boy.
Danny: Happy birthday, buddy.
McGarrett: Thank you. Guys, listen, I think we should just face the fact, that I'm not that easy to surprise, you know? [he takes a bite and then starts to gag in the middle of chewing]
August March: I'm delighted you reached out to me, Angela.
Angela: [gives March briefcase of money] I didn't have many options, but with your help, this actually worked out better than I hoped. [gives March a pack of diamonds] Your diamonds. It's been a pleasure.
March: Oh believe me, the pleasure's all mine, [reacts to Angela turning around and walking away] but there's one more thing you need to learn about this type of business. [Angela looks back at him as he pulls out a revolver] Never turn your back on the buyer! [shoots her; Angela falls into the water and March walks away with the cash]
Danny: I already told you, it was, uh, it was private. [Steve glares at him] All right with the Navy SEAL death stare. What, are you gonna do? You gonna waterboard me until I tell you about my private phone call?
[Danny takes Grace to a certain place]
Danny Williams: I'm gonna show you. This is, without question, the most beautiful view on the planet Earth. This is a very special place. Sit down. I actually came here on my very first day to Hawaii.
Grace Williams: Really?
Danny: Yeah. I mean, it was an accident. See, I was driving around and I got lost. This is very hard to do on an island, but I managed to figure it out. So I ran out of gas, ran right here and I ended up sitting right here. I'm looking out at this beautiful view. The only thing I can think about is how homesick I was. I'd only been here half a day and I'm already homesick. And I looked out and I said, "You know, a view this beautiful, maybe this rock ain't so bad, huh?" Then I came to my senses and I realized the only way this place would be tolerable is if I get to be here with you. That's the most important thing to me. And that's never gonna change, Monkey, okay? All right, a little kiss? [Grace kisses him] Ah, that's the best. All right, I'll be right back. [walks away and dials phone] Hey, Rachel, it's Danny. Uh, listen. You know, I, uh I didn't want it to come to this, but you are leaving me no choice. I'm gonna contest the custody modification. There's zero chance I'm letting you take Grace away from me. Okay? Not without a fight.
[a freshly-released Frank Delano has showed Chin Ho Kelly live videos of Kono and Malia, and Chin Ho wants answers]
Frank Delano: 'Cause you got away with it.
Chin Ho Kelly: Got away with what? What are you talking about?!
Frank: Everybody knows you're a dirty cop, Chin, but instead of having your life ruined like the rest of us, you, uh you get your badge back?
Chin: Hey, I didn't take any of that damn drug money.No.
Frank: No, but you knew who did, and you didn't say a word.
Chin: Let 'em go, Frank. Please. They got nothing to do with this.
Frank: Well, what happens to them is entirely up to you, Chin. Either one of them are The good news is, you have time to save one of them. Bad news unfortunately, the, uh the other one's gonna die.
Chin: You got what you wanted! You're out of jail. You got your revenge. Fryer is dead! Your cousin set me up, and then sent me to prison.
Frank: Want to save Kono, hmm? You get in that boat right there; you head due south. She's in a boat two miles offshore. You want to reach Malia- well she's at home waiting for you with, uh, dinner in the oven. [gasps] Chicken, I think.
Chin: You son of a bitch.
Frank: Hey, don't bother stopping to call HPD or your buddies, McGarrett and Williams. I got all the lines covered, you understand? Besides, you don't have time. You better get moving, Ace. Clock's ticking.
[Steve McGarrett has finally met his mother - and he wants some answers]
Steve McGarrett: Yeah, why don't we start with Shelburne.
Doris McGarrett: Shelburne was the code name the agency gave me. I'm s -I'm sorry.
Steve: Agency? What agency?
Doris: Before I met your father, I worked for an intelligence program that reported directly to the Pentagon.
Steve: You were a spy?
Steve: So, all those years that I thought you were a a schoolteacher, that was just a cover. And, um, were me and Mary just a cover, too?
Doris: Shelburne was way before you and Mary.
Steve: How'd you meet Wo Fat's father?
Doris: He was an assignment.
Steve: So, you were ordered to kill him.
Doris: It was a little more complicated than that.
Steve: Well, we got some time, so why don't you why don't you uncomplicate it?
Doris: Okay. Like you, I served my country, but after I got married, I left the agency because I wanted to be a mother. Unfortunately, I could change my name, but not my past.
Steve: That's why you pretended to be dead?
Doris: When I made that choice, I knew that my life would never be the same. I knew that I would have to give up the only thing that meant anything to me- my family.
Steve: So, why'd you do it, Doris? If that's even your real name.
Doris: It was the name I was born with, and the name the name I went back to the day I met your father. [indignant at son's tone] And since when does a son call his mother by her first name?
Steve: Since you failed to be one.
Doris: I didn't see any other options, Steve.
Danny: [looks at Steve] On the phone you said you were bringing Shelburne back.
Steve: Yeah, this is Shelburne. [points to his mom]
Doris: [greets Danny] You can call me Mom, like someone should.
Danny: "Mom"? Whose mom?
Steve: That'd be mine.
Doris: Doris McGarrett.
Danny: Danny Williams. You know, uh, for a woman who died in a car bomb you are remarkably well put together.
Doris: Thank you, I'll take that as a compliment.
Catherine: So, uh, your mom faked her own death and she's Shelburne. Well, if you didn't have mommy issues before this––
Steve: That's cute.
Catherine: I try.
Steve: Come on, I'll introduce you. Doris, this is Lieutenant Rollins. She's on leave from Naval Intelligence.
Doris: He refuses to call me Mom.
Catherine: Nice to meet you, ma'am.
Doris: Lieutenant Rollins, I told my son I didn't really need anyone to look out for me.
Catherine: Oh, he's just being overprotective, ma'am. It's a SEAL thing, and please call me Catherine.
[Chin Ho Kelly goes after Frank Delano and finds him trying to hijack a van]
Chin Ho Kelly: Where do you think you're going?
Frank Delano: [shoots one round that somehow misses Chin, who shoots him in the shoulder. Chin closes door of van and aims shotgun at Delano, who's out of ammo] You're not gonna kill me. You said it yourself. You're not a dirty cop, Chin. Only a dirty cop would shoot an unarmed man. [Chin Ho pauses before firing shotgun pointblank]
[Danny meets Steve just after he saw off Doris]
Danny Williams: You okay? Your mother said that she exchanged gunfire with Wo Fat, right?
Steve: Yeah, right before he escaped out the window. Why?
Danny: Crime lab just finished processing the safe house. Found evidence of only one weapon being fired in that bedroom. Ballistics matched it to the gun that Catherine gave Doris.
Steve: All right? All three slugs were pulled out of the floor.
Danny: So either your mother is a terrible shot, or she deliberately tried not to shoot Wo Fat.
Steve: You're saying you think she let him get away?
Danny: No, I'm asking: why didn't she kill him when she had the chance?
[August March is unmasked over killing Angela Branson and an indirect role in a lithograph heist]
Danny Williams: Any idea how your prints ended up on the stolen artwork? I mean, gloves. That's what I would have done. I mean, I figure an old pro like you would know to wear gloves.
Steve McGarrett: Thirty years in prison made you rusty, March.
August March: Maybe it's just old age.
March: I'm not going back to jail.
McGarrett: I don't think you have a choice.
March: What are my options?
McGarrett: I don't think you understand. You-you don't have any options.
[Over dinner with the gang at the Honolulu Hilton, Chin Ho reflects on how he met Malia]
Chin Ho Kelly: The very first time I laid eyes on Malia, was right here on this beach. I was, uh, staying here at the Hilton while my apartment was getting repainted. There she was. She was riding these little ankle slappers, and she still managed to lose her board. ... I found her board, of course, but I told her she couldn't get it back until she agreed to go out to dinner with me... It didn't quite work out, though. She told me I could keep it. And then, about a week later, I get a knock on my door from some surf shop saying that the board is actually theirs, and I owe them five days rental...When she heard the news, um, she felt pity on me, and she called me.
Danny: [interrupts Steve] There's no goal. There's no mission. We are just fishing. What that means is, we relax, we have a couple of laughs. Maybe we catch a fish, maybe we do not.
Steve: All right. Well, this right here, this is called sitting on a boat and not catching anything. Just so you know.
Danny: Fine. That's where the beer comes in. [goes to the cooler to get two bottles of beer]
Steve: Save your energy. I'm gonna tow us, ok?
Danny: How are you gonna tow us? We're miles away from land.
Steve: Just relax Danny, I've done it before.
Danny: Oh you've done it before. I see, 'cause you like this, huh? [Steve smirks at Danny ranting] This is fun for you, you enjoy this, this is a challenge for you, right? That skills test. "Be all you can be" and all that crap?!
Steve: [deadpan] That's the Army.
Danny: [spots a shark behind Steve] Right behind you!! Get in the boat!! Get back in the boat! [Steve climbs back onto the inflatable dinghy]
Steve: It's a dinghy.
Danny: It's a dinghy, huh? Even in the face of death you are annoying.
[Steve is woken up by a sound from downstairs and Catherine is now awake because of him. Steve gets his gun.]
Steve: [sees Catherine taking the baseball bat] What do you think you're doing?
Catherine: There's somebody downstairs.
Steve: Which is why you're gonna stay up here where it's safe.
Catherine: [scoffs] Oh, don't be a caveman. I'm coming with you.
Steve: [sternly] No. You're not.
Catherine: Then you're coming with me. [tiptoes out of the room]
[Steve and Catherine enter the kitchen]
Steve: [points his gun at the "intruder"] Don't move! ["intruder" turns around and it's Doris] Mom?
Doris McGarrett: Hi, honey.
Steve: What are you doing?
Doris: Uh, making eggs.
Steve:No, I mean, what are you doing here?
Doris: Stop playing with your gun and come have breakfast. Do you want orange juice? [Steve is speechless][to Catherine] Good morning, Lieutenant Rollins. I, uh, hope I wasn't interrupting anything.
Steve: [to Catherine] I told you it was safer upstairs.
Danny: So what, she breaks into your house and just starts cooking?
Steve: Yeah, pretty much.
Danny: That's very strange. Although, she is a McGarrett after all.
[Steve sends Chin Ho Kelly to keep watch over his mother at home, even bring her some food]
Chin Ho Kelly: Well, I hope you don't mind, but Steve asked me to bring you by some breakfast.
Doris: Oh, how nice. Except, um, the thing is I've already made breakfast and Steve knows that, so I really hope you're a better cop than you are a liar.
Chin Ho: Excuse me?
Doris: Coco puffs from Liliha Bakery. [takes a piece] Ah, that is really good work. I mean, appealing to my nostalgic side and everything, well, I'm sure Steve told you that I used to bring these every Sunday morning to him and his sister -but if there's one thing I learned at the CIA about using a diversionary technique, it's, um, avoid the obvious.
Chin Ho: They're just coco puffs.
Doris: They're still really delicious. They're even better with a cup of coffee.
Chin Ho: Okay.
Doris: You can tell my son that whether or not he cares to acknowledge it, I've been taking care of myself since before he was born and I'm actually pretty damn good at it. So, you can stay here and have that cup of coffee, talk Kukui High football, if you want that, I'm game -but if you're here just to babysit me, you can leave right now. But the coco puffs stay with me.
Chin Ho: I'll take my coffee black.
Doris: Good choice.
Kamekona: [serves Catherine her shrimp and rice] Whoa, that's twice in one day. You're getting to be a regular regular.
Catherine: What can I say? This stuff is addictive.
Kamekona: Mm-hmm. Beauty and brains. Where have you been all of my life?
Steve: You look like you're ready to report to SEAL Team Six, pal.
Kamekona: Yeah? For real?
Steve: For real.
Kamekona: 'Cause I was thinking. I know you said no weapons and all?
Kamekona: But if you let me borrow some of those smoke grenades, I'm really gonna look legit.
Catherine: What could possibly go wrong?
Steve: You know, no, no. We discussed that earlier. No, no, uh, heavy ordnances, okay?
[Steve and Catherine are watching a movie together on his couch.]
Catherine: [grins] I don't know what's sadder. The fact that you use this lame movie to hook up with girls, or the fact that it actually worked.
Steve: [mischievously] Clearly I don't know what you're talking about.
Catherine: Oh please, you put on a scary movie with the girl falling in your arms. It's all just a little bit obvious.
Catherine: Don't beat yourself up about that. Grace is at the age where, you know, she's discovering her independence.
Danny: She's 10. What independence? And if I can't compete now, what's gonna happen when she gets to high school?
Catherine: Wait till she starts dating.
Danny: Dating? [Catherine nods her head] What, are you trying to make me feel better? You're not doing a very good job.
Danny: You going to a hip-hop class later or what?
Max: Halloween party. This year I decided to continue my tradition of Keanu-themed costumes by dressing up as Ted "Theodore" Logan from the 1989 classic Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.
Steve: [does a ILY sign] "Party time." [looks at Danny] Excellent.
Danny: No, no, no.
Max: That catchphrase is from Wayne's World. What you are looking for was simply "Excellent" or "Party on, dude," but thank you for the effort.
Steve: Okay, it was very close.
Catherine: You know, when I was a little girl, my father used to work a lot, too. And he was in the Navy, so sometimes he'd be gone for months at a time.
Grace: Did you miss him?
Catherine: A lot, yeah. But that was the sacrifice that he had to make for his country. Just like your dad's had to make sacrifices for his job, which is keeping this island safe. I know it's really hard to be away from your family, Grace, but that's why it's really important to make the most of the time that you guys have together.
Grace: Did you think Danno was sad that I didn't go trick-or-treating with him?
Catherine: Mm, I think maybe a little bit. But I'm sure you can make it up to him.
Danny: Something? Yeah, I like to wear dresses. Why do you always go for the cheap shot?
Steve: Subtlety doesn't work with you. A hammer is always best. I'm just hoping you got something with a nice, plunging neckline so you can show off that Chewbacca chest.
Danny: There's a father-daughter dance tonight.
Steve: Oh but you can't dance.
Danny: Sure, I can dance. I just choose not to.
Chin: That's a smart move.
Danny: Excuse me?
Chin: You forget I saw you dance at my wedding, brah.
Kono: Yeah, the overbite shuffle. I remember. [Chin and Steve chuckle]
Danny: Is everybody done with their cute critiques?
[While he and Danny are driving to a suspect's house, Steve calls Catherine for a favor.]
Catherine: Lieutenant Catherine Rollins, assistant to Steve McGarrett. How can I help you?
Steve: [Danny is chuckling in the background][embarrassed] Did you ever think that maybe, just maybe, I can't live without you?
Danny: [whispers to Steve] No, no, she's way too smart to fall for that.
Catherine: You really think I'm gonna fall for that?
Danny: [smirks at Steve] See?
Danny: I cannot miss it.
Steve: You're not gonna miss it.
Danny: Okay, well, don't jinx it.
Steve: How–– I'm not–– I'm not gonna jinx it.
Danny: Okay, well, don't say anything else about it.
Steve: [after an awkward silence] You gonna wear a suit?
Danny: What'd I just say? What did I just say?
Steve: You told me not to talk about the dance. I'm talking about your wardrobe.
Danny: What I choose to wear and tonight's dance are directly related.
[In a flashback to 2001, Danny is talking to Rachel on the phone]
Danny: Yes, yes, I am scared, all right? I am also anxious and nervous. I am discombobulated-- yes, I use that word. But, most of all, I am happy. Okay? Let me break it down-- I am 60% happy, I am 30% completely terrified, and I am 10% discombobulated. Yes, it is a real word. See? This is why you suck at Scrabble.
Mary: Yeah, the flight attendant thing didn't work out so well. Steve, listen please. I really think that this could be my true calling. I love taking care of people.
Steve: Well, that's funny, Mary, because you can barely take care of yourself.
Morty Sapperstein: [mischievously smacks Mary's behind] We take care of each other. Don't we, doll?
Mary: Morty, do you remember our conversation - about professional boundaries?
Morty: No. Memory's not so good.
Steve: [unamused] How about this, Morty, you touch my sister again like that, I'm gonna break your hand.
Doris McGarrett: [disappointed that Mary isn't with Steve] She's not coming, is she?
Steve: I mean, you can't blame her, Mom. She thought you were dead.
Doris: Where's she staying? [Steve says nothing] Okay. I'll just track her down myself. Acquiring target locations is actually a specialty of mine, so––
Steve: Mom. Mom, Mary's your daughter; she's not a target.
Doris: I'm sorry.
Steve: Look Give her some space, okay? Give her some time. When she's ready, she's gonna come to you.
Doris: And what if that never happens? [Steve's phone rings] Is that her?
Steve: No, no, no, stand down, Mom. It's work.
Doris: [chuckles] Did you just tell me to stand down?
Kong Liang: You done? I want to talk to my lawyer.
Danny: What, exactly, are you gonna tell your lawyer? Huh? That Five-O raided your illegal hack shop, during which you fired a big cannon at my face. And then following your apprehension, we download everything on these goofy little computers, and we find out that you are indeed a world-class cyber thief. Go ahead, call. Use my phone, I'll dial it for you.
Mary: [sitting at her father's grave site] I still remember the day that that you told me that Mommy wasn't going to be coming home anymore. I remember that night I went into your room and I saw you sitting on your bed, crying. And that scared me, Dad. I miss you so much, Dad. I slept on Steve's floor 'cause I didn't want to be alone, you know and I guess I've been that way ever since. But when Steve just told me that she was alive all I could do was think about you that night crying, Dad. I'm just so angry for what she's put you through. And I miss you so much. I miss you. I miss you, and it just hurts so bad. I love you. [gets up and looks at Morty] Thanks for coming.
Morty: Where else was I going to go? I've been to a lot of stone gardens, kid, but I got to say, this is by far the nicest. Not too shabby a place to end up, I think.
Mary: [chuckles] I think you have to be part of the military to be buried here.
[Morty Sapperstein, Mary McGarrett's ward, talks to her on Waikiki beach]
Morty: Mary, I need you to do something for me.
Mary: What? I'll do anything.
Morty: I need you to go see your mother.
Mary : I can't.
Morty: You can't or you won't?
Mary: Both. She disappeared from my life when I was ten years old, Morty. Gone. This whole time I've thought she's dead.
Morty: But she's not. You get a second chance, kid. Other people aren't so lucky. I'd give everything I own to have a second chance.
Mary: What are you talking about?
Morty: Zoe Anne Sapperstein. My only daughter.
Mary: You had a daughter, Morty? I didn't know you had a daughter.
Morty: Yeah. We got into a fight over this boy she was seeing. Her mother and I disapproved. She left college and took off for San Francisco with the guy. We didn't speak for years. One day the phone rang. It was the Highway Patrol. Carpet salesman from Oakland had too much to drink. He fell asleep behind the wheel and hit my daughter's car. Killed her instantly. Not a day goes by I don't wish I'd picked up the phone and called her. I let the privilege of knowing her slip away because I was a stubborn SOB. Don't make the same mistake. Put away your anger. Go see your mother. You only have one family.
[Steve is speaking to the Aloha Girls around the campfire while Danny and their chaperon Madeline sit at the side looking on]
Steve: I once saw a boar kill a tiger in India. This is serious business, okay? I'll tell you why. Boars are deadly, unpredictable beasts. They are everywhere on this island. They are all around us right now. They can attack without warning, so you guys have to be ready to protect yourselves at all times. You understand? [the girls nod in fascination] Good. We're gonna talk about the kill zone now. This is very important, okay?
Madeline: [to Danny] Seriously? "Kill zone"?
Danny: [looks apologetically at Madeline] I am very sorry.
Madeline: I thought you brought him here to teach them survival skills. You brought Colonel Kurtz.
Danny: Let's, um let's take this opportunity to talk about something else. Um, something useful, like how to find fresh water. Or, uh-- I don't know-- how to build a pillow out of-of flowers, something like that, something appropriate for the age group.
Steve: Yeah, we could definitely do that. Okay. Or Who wants to learn how to do that? [throws his knife into the tree trunk, girls look at him in awe]
Danny: [to Steve] You know what? There's something pathologically wrong with you.
Danny: You know, on the plus side, we've figured out that camping is terrible, as I've always believed.
Steve: Are you kidding me? These girls are never, ever gonna forget this experience.
Danny: Yeah, I'm hoping that they're repressing the memories as we speak.
Steve: [Danny helps him back on his feet] Thanks.
Danny: Yeah, no problem.
Steve: So, how's the arm?
Danny: It also hates camping.
Grace: I talked to Lucy today.
Danny: Yeah? How's she doing?
Grace: Happy to be home. She said one day she's gonna marry Uncle Steve when she grows up.
Danny: [chuckles] Well, we will not hold that against her, right?
Steve: No, they don't, but, you know, it's a special day, so I thought I'd wear one. 'Course, I'm wearing my dress blues. They'd make me walk the plank if I don't wear a tie with the dress blues.
Danny: How come the blues are black?
Steve: I know they're black; I don't know why.
Danny: Thank you very much for being here-- it means a lot.
Danny: [after Steve gets orders from Governor Denning to investigate a case] Is this official business, or is this a favor?
Steve: What difference does it make?
Danny: Well, it makes a very big difference, you see, because official business is, uh, official. A favor is like a quid pro quo kind of deal, right? You solve this murder case for me, and I will give you, uh, oh, five days' paid vacation. Right? Or tickets to Monster Truck Jam, or whatever.
Steve: Monster Truck Jam's not in town.
Danny: Okay, so then it is, indeed, official business.
Danny: It seems to me like we're taking a case just to protect the governor's friends.
Steve: We're the governor's task force.
Danny: Then why does it feel like we are performing janitorial services, blindfolded, I might add.
Steve: We've been given a directive, Danny.
Danny: Oh, right, I understand. When McGarrett gets an order, he takes the order. You know what you're like? You're like one of those windup toy soldiers. Let me get you a drum for Christmas to beat.
Steve: [hands Mick a manila envelope] I need a full surveillance package on this target.
Mick Logan: [takes a photo out of the envelope] Who is she?
Steve: It's my mother.
Mick: [looks up at Steve] Kid, you don't need a P.I., you need a therapist.
Steve: Trust me, she's not your average mom. She's a former government agent. She disappeared from my life 20 years ago because of an assignment, now she's back says she's changed. I don't believe her. She goes dark a few hours every day. She racks up too many miles on the odometer. I want to know what she's up to.
Mick: Well, why come to me? You've got the resources to handle this.
Steve: No, I don't want my people involved. Besides, there's no one better than you at recon and surveillance.
Mick: Full surveillance package means I'm on her 24/7. That's audio, stills, video Good chance I'll see your mother naked.
Steve: [annoyed] Okay, you know, I didn't need to know that.
Mick: Just sayin'.
Danny: [about Kamekona's gun] Wow, now, this is insult to injury. This guy's got The Guns of Navarone.
[Danny and Steve just stopped Kamekona from seeking revenge for the death of his cousin.]
Danny: You do this, you're gonna end up in prison, and we do not want that.
Kamekona: I'm touched.
Danny: Don't give me a puppy-dog sad eyes, please. You're not off the hook.
Steve: You're on house arrest till this I over.
Kamekona: I've got an island to feed, brah.
Danny: Okay, then you are on shrimp truck lockdown till otherwise advised. Is that clear?
[Steve is teaching Kamekona how to fly a helicopter using a flight simulator video game at his house]
Kamekona: Ten-year post-parole plan is working out. I got my shave ice, I got my shrimp, and when I officially open Kamekona's Island Tours, that'll be my entrepreneurial peak. Like King Kamehameha landing on Waikiki, I'll rule Oahu.
[Catherine comes back from a surf sporting a bikini. Kamekona and Steve both look at her]
Catherine: Aw boys and their toys. How cute.
Kamekona: This ain't no toy, sistah.
Steve: That's right. This is the most technologically advanced flight simulator on the market.
Catherine: Huh. Well, it looks a whole lot like a video game to me.
[Steve and Kamekona turn back to the video game]
Steve and Kamekona: [on TV screen, simulator helicopter is about the crash] Oh up, up, up, up, up, up, up, up, up, up, up! What are you doing? Pull up! Pull up! Pull up, up, up, up, - up, up - Oh!
Catherine: [amused at their reaction] Got two words for you: game over!
Steve: If you crash a helicopter full of paying customers, it's not gonna be good for your tour business. You understand?
Kamekona: I was distracted, brah. Sistah came in dressed like that. How am I supposed to not look?
Catherine: Aw. Kammy, if you hadn't crashed in the middle of the ocean, I might have taken you out for a drink.
Kamekona: That's the beauty of a flight simulator. When you flame out, just hit restart.
Steve: [after he gets called to a case, to Cath] I got to go. See you later?
Catherine: Hope so.
Kamekona: Don't worry. I'll bring her back in one piece.
Steve: Repeat after me: Altitude is my friend.
Kamekona: "Altitude is my friend." Roger that.
Danny: Why would a tourist want to be put into a cage and then dunked into shark-infested waters? It makes no sense.
Steve: 'Cause they're on vacation. You know, they want some some excitement, some adventure.
Danny: They need to do therapy.
Danny: What I do know is that I do not do not feel comfortable with that man piloting three tons of steel over the town where my daughter lives.
Steve: Maybe you'd like to explain to me how your fingerprints ended up on this discarded gas can right by the crime scene.
Craig: Eye for an eye. It's in the Bible.
Danny: So is, "Thou shalt not kill." You skip that chapter or what?
Craig: Hey, my brother was murdered. What, do you expect me to go back to work?
Steve: No. We expect you to mourn, and then plan a funeral for your brother. Not go out and try burying more people.
[Steve, Danny and Max are in Kamekona's helicopter flying over the islands. Max suddenly starts singing theMagnum, P.I.theme.]
Danny: Hey, hey! What are you doing? You getting a seizure? Stop it.
Freddie Hart: I will never quit! I persevere and thrive on adversity! My nation expects me to be physically harder and mentally stronger than my enemies!
[Steve is telling Catherine about Freddie and flashes back to when he was trying to dissuade Freddie from quitting.]
Steve: Yeah, it was just me and your old man and a bottle of whiskey. All right, and he opened up to me, started giving me this speech about how a man needs something to believe in, something to fight for. And according to him, there was no greater cause than the United States of America.
Freddie: He said all that, huh?
Steve: Yeah, he did.
Freddie: Yeah? Okay?
Steve: You know what else he said? He said the proudest moment of his life is when you joined up for SEALs.
Steve: They say every BUD/S class has its surprises. Freddie was ours. After that night, he was unstoppable. He became the best student, the toughest soldier, the guy that everybody could depend on. He never, ever gave up.
Catherine: I think some of it must have rubbed off on you.
Catherine: What exactly you drinking there?
Steve: That is snake's blood and rice wine.
Frank: God's nectar.
Steve: It's also an aphrodisiac.
Frank: 36 hours of lead in your pencil, and doesn't cost $13 a pill.
Steve: You know? That's too much information, Frank.
Frank: [warns Steve and Catherine] If you make it to the end, you're in North Korea. Only problem after that-- heavily fortified group of terrorists that are not known for hospitality. If, by chance, you make it out alive, you're stuck in a country of 25 million people who hate Americans.
Imi Loko Ka ʻUhane (Seek Within One's Soul) [3.21]Edit
Savannah Walker: Hi Commander McGarrett.
Savannah: Hi, I understand you were handpicked by the late Governor Jameson, uh, to lead Five-O, and tasked with cleaning up crime on the islands. That's, um, a pretty awesome task.
Steve: [looks uncomfortably at Savannah and then the camera] Uh, I'm sorry, was I supposed to say something back to you?
Savannah: [speechless] Well, that's how an on-camera interview works. I, um, ask the questions, and then you answer.
Chin Who is Wo Fat? Wo Fat is a ruthless son of a bitch. [catches himself] W–Wait, can I say that on TV?
Savannah: You already did.
Savannah: Sadly, after this interview, I learned that Lieutenant Kelly lost someone very dear to him, his wife, Malia, as a direct result of a Five-O investigation. Now, out of respect, I won't go into further detail, but what I will tell you is that despite their personal losses, Five-O has forged an incredible bond, one akin to family, or what the locals refer to as "ohana".
[Savannah is sitting at the back of Danny's car as he and Steve are driving to question a suspect]
Savannah: Okay, let me get this straight-- this is Detective Williams' car, but Commander McGarrett does all the driving?
Steve: It's 'cause I'm the better driver.
Danny: He's a control freak. That's why he drives.
Steve: And he's got issues with, uh, the truth.
Danny: [looks at Steve] Why don't you tell her about the remote control thing you got?
Steve: What remote control thing?
Danny: The thing where you come to my house and you grab the clicker and you got to be in charge and you got to pick which TV station we watch.
Steve: Okay, the way I was brought up...
Steve: [shrugs] ...it's polite to let the guest choose, oh, what you're gonna watch on TV, all right?
Danny: Okay. Fair enough. What about having to be first through every single door? Or having the last word every conversation? Or picking where I eat lunch every single day?
Danny: Why? What-what does Emily Post have to say about that? Hmm?
Steve: I mean, you're indecisive. I can't help it if you're indecisive.
Danny: I'm not indecisive. You're a control freak.
Savannah: [to the camera, Steve and Danny continue arguing in the background] These two fight, but really they love each other.
Catherine Rollins: I just can't believe after so many years, today's the last day that I'm going to be putting on a uniform.
McGarrett: Look, I'm not gonna lie to you and tell you it's an easy transition, because it's not, okay? But you're gonna be fine. I mean, you should be excited. This is, uh It's like a new chapter in your life. It's-it's the beginning of an adventure.
Rollins: Are you sure it doesn't bother you?
Rollins: Billy being my new boss?
McGarrett: Why, because he's your ex? No, it doesn't bother me.I'm fine.
Rollins: You're lying.
McGarrett: Totally lying. Well, of course I'm lying. Look, I trust you, okay? That's all I need.
[Danny gets wind of Catherine's new job]
Danny: Law of nature says that if you take a boy rabbit, and you take a girl rabbit, and you put 'em into a cage together over a long period of time, what do you think is going to happen?
Steve : Are you real––are you really doing it? Are you really gonna compare Billy and Catherine to rabbits?
Danny: We're all animals.
Steve: We're not rabbits.
Danny: But we are animals, and this is my point. It is a fact, after these long nights, long, hardworking nights, bad Chinese food, law of nature says, these two people are going to have a moment
Steve: A moment?
Danny: A moment.
Steve: A moment.
Danny: A moment where they look at each other in the eye, and bing, just like that, everything comes back. All those old feelings and you're gonna have nobody else to blame but yourself, because you let her take a job with her ex-boyfriend.
McGarrett: [introducing Jerry to Catherine] This is Jerry-- he is our special consultant.
[Steve and Danny are watching a movie with Catherine and Gabby]
Steve: What, did I miss something? I mean, the music just went all sad.
Danny: That's because that's how the filmmakers want you to feel. Sad. See?
Steve: Well, no, this is supposed to be a romantic comedy. This is neither romantic nor funny. I don't understand what's happening.
Danny: Weddings, I tell you, every time. It's a bad idea. You got dysfunctional family members. Bunch of bitter friends. And they're all fueled by an open bar. Something terrible is bound to happen.
Steve: And you wonder why you're divorced.
Danny: [hypothesizing about cause of death] This guy and another guy, they get into a beef over, uh, I don't know, let's say they brought it to the reception. They end up back in the room here, uh, get into a little fisticuffs. Uh, this guy doesn't realize his buddy has a gun. Bang, here he is.
Chin Ho: Interesting. Very detailed theory. I particularly enjoyed your use of the word "fisticuffs".
Steve: Let me ask you a question then. If Gabby asked you to put your career on hold and move to Denver, would you do that?
Danny: No, I wouldn't do that. But I got a daughter who lives here. It's not the same thing.
Steve: Plus you'd miss me too much.
Danny: Plus I'd miss you too much.
Steve: There you go.
[Catherine Rollins, now a private security operator, asks Steve for help in threat assessments for a Saudi diplomat she and Billy are protecting]
Steve: I don't know how I feel about allocating Five-0 resources to a private security job.
Catherine: Okay. Um, remind me again how many satellites I have repositioned for you over the years. Hmm? [grins] You owe me.
Steve: [smiles] Okay, okay, okay. Relax. Come on, I'll log you in! [shows her the Five-0 screen]
[A medical orderly at the hospital comes to a room where Joe White sees Billy Harrington's corpse]
Orderly: Boss said you wanted to see me.
Joe White: This man's name is William Harrington. Former Lieutenant Commander, SEAL Team VII. He saw action in lraq and Afghanistan. He served his country with courage and distinction.
Orderly: I'll take good care of him, sir.
Joe: I'm sure you will. I just wanted you to know who he is.
Joe White: You wanna go for a ride?
Danny: Yeah, sure.
Joe: But I'm driving.
Danny: Oh, yeah, yeah, the story of my life.
[Joe calls out Danny over his habit of arguing with Steve while in the car]
Joe: Well, look, how about if I change the subject?
Danny That-that would be fine.
Joe: Steve asked me to get in touch with Doris.
Danny: Okay, well, I-I mean, that makes sense. You know, he's got questions, and she may have the answers.
Joe: Yeah, well, what I didn't tell him was I've been trying to find her for over a month. I haven't talked to her since she put Adam and Kono on that freighter that night. And the chatter is that once she left the country, old enemies came out of the woodwork.
Danny: What, she's on the run?
Joe: Or worse.
Danny: Or worse? Well, what are you gonna tell Steve?
Joe: I can't tell him anything. I don't have any confirmation. What I'm hoping is that you will tell him to stand down on this and let this go. Because we start turning over rocks, God knows what might crawl out.
Danny: Yeah, so I'll just talk to Steve. What makes you think he's gonna listen to me?
Joe: Because he trusts you. He looks at me, he sees ulterior motives. He looks at you, he just sees a friend.
Danny: Ah, okay. Well, I could tell Steve whatever you want me to tell him and he's gonna say, "Okay, sounds good," and he's gonna go off and do whatever he wants to do. And you know that. So my advice to you is, please, get confirmation on these rumors, and get the truth, and share that truth with Steve. Because you know and I know that he's not gonna stop until he gets it.
[Joe White is browsing through Steve's Champion toolbox and sees a tape recorder. He plays it]
John McGarrett: [recorded voice] When he was five years old, I asked my son Steve what he wanted to be when he grew up. "I want to be a cop, Dad, like you." I told him to... be anything but that.
[Abby Maxwell's assistant has just been unmasked as John Cutler's killer]
Andrew: You should've let me die.
Abby Maxwell: Andrew, why would you do this?
Andrew: I'm in love with you, Abby. I've always loved you. I just wanted you to stop. [taken away]]
Catherine: Unrequited love. Second oldest motive there is.
Danny: Buddy, listen to me, the way I see it, Mary didn't adopt a kid; you did. All right, 'cause it's only a matter of time before that poor, unfortunate child is looking for some suckling at 3:00 a.m. It's gonna be looking to you.
Steve: No, there's gonna be no suckling, okay?
Steve: 'Cause that baby is going back.
Danny: Oh, you're gonna send it back, what, to the orphanage? With a bunch of other kids that nobody wants? What? Yeah, no, it's a good idea. I mean, it's probably a better idea than leaving it with your sister.
Steve: Wait a minute, I thought you didn't approve?
Danny: I don't approve.
Steve: Okay, whose side are you on then?
Danny: I'm on the side where the kid has a chance of being loved.
Steve: This morning, where were you?
Jason Decker: Complying with the state's own constitutional invasion of my physical sovereignty.
Mary: I'll just call Child Protective Services and Joan will have to be placed in foster care for a while. I just hope that the trauma doesn't affect her cognitive development.
Steve: "Cognitive"? You don't even know what that word means.
Mary: You're a horrible uncle, you know that?
[Later, Steve walks into the Five-O headquarters with baby Joan strapped in a carrier. Danny sees him and starts laughing.]
Steve: Is this funny to you?
Steve: So when you're through amusing yourself, I need you to wipe down and change her pads, please.
Danny: [smirks] Not at all. I'm retired, you see. And it's gonna be way too entertaining to see Uncle Steve on diaper duty, so go ahead.
Chin: Hey, why is there a baby attached to your chest?
Danny: [to Joan] Once upon a time there was a very handsome prince. And this, uh, handsome prince had a very beautiful black stallion. And this black stallion was, uh, was admired by everybody in the kingdom. He was the fastest and fairest stallion in the land, about 528 horsepower, very nice stallion, anyway. Uh, one day, uh, this incredibly handsome prince Yeah, he was, he was out of sight, let me tell you. He was partnered up with a mean ogre. A disgusting, hairy ogre. It was not a match made in heaven. They would slay dragons together from time to time. And they'd argue all the time and, of course, the brilliant charming prince would win those arguments because the ogre was a dope. Despite their, uh, victories, there was a dark cloud that loomed. Because the dopey ogre coveted the handsome prince's stallion, okay? And he was a very greedy, selfish ogre with major control issues. And he would never let the handsome prince ride his own stallion.
Decker: Where's my money?
Steve: Where's your money? Good news is, we got your money and your guns. Bad news is, we got your money and your guns.
Lou: You know, McGarrett, I got to ask you, why is it that you are the constant variable in every pile of crap I step in?
Steve: [sarcastically] Oh, that's good; this is my fault.
Lou: I'm just calling it like I see it, man. Wherever you go, trouble follows.
Steve: That's funny coming from you.
Lou: What the hell is that supposed to mean?
Steve: You don't think I did my homework, huh? HPD hires a new SWAT commander, you don't think I'm gonna check you out? It's not every day that a 20-year vet on track to becoming superintendent up and moves to a rock in the middle of the Pacific. Unless he's running from something.
Haʻuoli La Hoʻomoaikaʻi (Happy Thanksgiving) [4.9]Edit
Aunt Deb: Well, look at you. Let me see. I see a little gray fleck up there. I think it makes you look very distinguished.
Steve: [smiles] Thank you very much.
Deb: [looks down and frowns at the tattoos on Steve's biceps] The tattoos, not so much.
[Deb is buying turkey at the supermarket but is given a small one.]
Deb: That's the best you got? The runt of the litter?
Butcher: Next time, plan ahead.
Deb: Oh thank you for that sage advice.
[Aunt Deb has been arrested]
Steve: Do you wanna tell me what happened?
Deb: [sheepishly] Well...I needed some grass and, uh, how was I supposed to know the guy was a narc [a HPD Narcotics officer]?
Deb: I wouldn't even be here if it weren't for those fascists at the dispensary. They wouldn't take my card.
Deb: [to Catherine] You know, Steve has that "tough guy" act down pat but underneath it all he's still that vulnerable little guy who thought he lost his mom and had to grow up too soon. And Mary, she's the only one who really gets that about him because she lived it too. Once I'm gone, they're gonna need each other more than ever, even though they both won't want to admit it. They're like kids.
Steve: What the matter? You're all right?
Danny: Why wouldn't I be all right?
Lou Grover: Well, you do seem a little nervous.
Danny: Nervous? We're about to meet the President. Why are you so zen? That's a better question. All of you.
Steve: I was nervous too, the first time.
Danny: The first time? When did you meet the President?
Steve: I can't tell you that. That's classified.
Danny: Oh, it's classified, huh? Was it during Operation Strawberry Fields?
Steve: [mumbles to himself] I've already said too much.
Narrator of US military newsreel: Look at them go! Our ever-ready servicemen enjoying a little R&R on the exotic island of Oahu, the gathering place of the Hawaiian Islands, where a veritable tropical paradise meets a bustling metropolis. But after a day of sand and surf, it's back to work for these lucky boys serving Uncle Sam on the most beautiful place on Earth. Keep up the good work, fellas! America's proud of you!
Ezra Clark: Leave before I call the cops!
Steve: Uh, sir, we are the cops.
Clark: I've never heard of "Five-O".
Steve: Ok, how about...here, I'll show you my badge again. [takes out his badge]
Clark: [indignantly] Son, are you implying I can't see or read?!
Danny: I see what's happening. You know what you're becoming, right?
Steve: But you're gonna tell me, aren't you.
Danny: A big softie.
Steve: [mutters to himself] I was right.
Danny: With a bleeding heart. Which somehow you don't have. I don't know, maybe you're becoming a human being, Steve.
David Toriyama: [describing place as he walks] The main guard tower was here. An American soldier sat up there behind a 30-caliber machine gun. Someone was watching our every move. This is where my mother had her garden. The ground was so sandy. She could only grow root vegetables- parsnips, carrots, radishes. And this is where she collapsed when we got the news that Kenji had been killed in Italy. Listen. Can you hear her cry? I still can. Here. Right here. This is the place. This is where we lived.
[Steve has a moment of silence facing the Arizona Memorial and sees David Toriyama behind him]
David Toriyama: I remembered why your grandfather's picture was in our family photo album. There was this young serviceman who used to come to our house for tutoring. He and his wife were about to have another child and he wanted better for them, so he asked my father to help him prepare for an officer aptitude test. For three months, he would come over after dinner, and when he had spare time, he'd play catch with me. That man was your grandfather, Steven McGarrett. And the last time I saw him was December 6, 1941. The night he gave me this. [gives Steve a catcher's mitt; Steve tests its grip] It was a gift for my father's help. You have his heart. That's how I remembered.
[Steve and Lou are in the car to interview suspects, Danny is in his car]
Steve: [on the phone with Danny] How about you?
Danny: Me? I'm sick.
Steve: I mean, she's only gonna be gone for a couple of days, Danny, okay?
Danny: You're missing the point. She did the drop-and-run, Steve, okay? Not even barely a kiss on the cheek. All right? And this is not the first time. This is not the first time that I have looked in my girl's eyes and seen something different. I don't know what it is. It's like her innocence is, uh, floating off into space or something. I don't know what.
Steve: Ah, well, she's growing up, ok? What are you gonna do?
Danny: Build a time machine. I'm gonna go back in time when she was just a baby, before I met you, to a happy time in my life.
Steve: Ok. Good luck with that.
Danny: [unamused] You think this is funny, don't you?
[Lou signals for Steve to pass the phone to him]
Lou: Yeah, listen, it gets worse. Oh, yeah. Yeah, wait till she asks you to take her bra shopping, huh. Or when the first boyfriend shows up. You're gonna love that. You ain't seen nothing yet, pal, so put on your big-boy pants because Father Time is not your friend.
Danny: Will you put Steve back on, please? [Lou passes the phone back to Steve]
Danny: Do not, under any circumstances, ever do that to me again.
Lou: [shouts into phone] Truth hurts, don't it?
Danny: Okay, put him back on.
Steve: Okay. [passes phone to Lou]
Lou: I'll tell you something else... [Danny hangs up on them]
Steve: I can slow down if you, uh, if you can't keep up.
Lou: You know, my old man once told me never mistake somebody who's moving fast with somebody who knows where they're going.
Steve: Yeah, all due respect, your old man didn't know me. I move fast and I know where I'm going.
Lou: [sarcastically] Boy, I wish I was half as good as you think you are. [swats an insect near his ear] Ouch!
Steve: [takes a drink from his water bottle] Long way from Chicago, huh?
Steve: I know you're not gonna go home, sit in your rocking chair and wait on a call from me, okay? You're gonna be out here making a mess of things, you know? Get in my way, so I figured I'd do myself a favor, right? Save myself the trouble. But you're only half right. Catherine Rollins is on reserve duty. I got Danno on the North Shore, I'm short-handed so I thought about it and figured you were competent enough to tag along.
Lou: Competent enough? Well, you ain't exactly Mount Rushmore material yourself, you know.
Danny: [sees Lou at the dinner table] What's, uh what's going on here?
Steve: What are you talking about?
Danny: Well, you know, first you invite him over for Thanksgiving. Then you guys, uh you guys partner up. Now he's in the kitchen cooking chili, watching the game. People are gonna think you two like each other or something.
Steve: I don't know. H-He's not that bad.
Steve: No, he's not that bad. I mean, he's, uh he's a bit he's a bit thick-headed, but he makes a great chili.
Danny: Oh, that's good. So he's like you, but he can cook.
Kamekona: Bruddah, I don't think it's chili unless you have spam in it.
Lou: Where I come from, spam is a controlled substance. Eat up.
John McGarrett: In Ecclesiastes, we're told to everything there is a season. A time to every purpose under heaven. Time to be born. Time to die. Time to laugh. Time to weep. This is one such time. Kam Tong Kelly was the best man I ever knew. His love of life was exceeded only by his love of family, which everyone here today was a member. A life full of commendations and awards meant nothing to him compared to the pride that he felt when his eldest son, Chin Ho, enrolled in the police academy. It is through him that Kam Tong's legacy continues. A legacy that embraces all of us who were lucky enough to have known him.
Na Hala a ka makua (Sins of the Father) [4.14]Edit
[As Roy Parrish holds McGarrett and Danno at gunpoint, they talk about their daughters]
Roy Parrish: How old's your daughter? Eleven? Twelve? Where were you when she was born? I bet you were right there. You probably held her in your arms and heard her first little cry. Wouldn't be surprised if you cut the cord. You probably did, didn't you? You know where I was?
Danny Wiliams: No.
Parrish: Max seg, Otter Creek, Wheelwright, Kentucky. By the time I was released, my little girl was already six years old. With my record I was lucky if I could see her a couple hours every weekend. I'd take her to the park and push her on a swing and buy a shaved ice. You know what that's life. I was there every Saturday, no matter what, until I till I went up again. The years kept piling up, one after another. By the time I got out, she wasn't a little girl anymore. Already made up her mind what kind of man I was. I figured that new job I had was my chance to make a little bit of money. Maybe put her in college, do something right for once in my life.
[Roy Parrish's daughter reads one of her father's letters]
Roy Parrish: I'm still holding out hope that one day you'll read these letters. Because my biggest fear isn't that I'll spend the rest of my life in prison for a crime I didn't do, it's that I'll die in here without getting the chance to tell you how proud I am of you and how much you mean to me. The time we spent together were the happiest moments of my life. And I want you to know that there's nothing that's made me happier than being your daddy.
Steve: I've been thinking a lot about our last conversation. How you wanted to know what brought me back to Hawaii. Well, a month ago, I would've told you it was to find the man who killed my father. I realized it was about more than that. I lost somebody. Somebody really close to me. He, um he gave his life to save mine.
Lou Grover: What was his name?
Steve: His name was Freddie Hart. He was a team guy. We went through BUD/S together. We always had each other's back. He was my brother. More than anything else in this world, Freddie wanted to be a father. That was it. He would've been a great father, too. Anyway, after he died, um the Navy didn't feel the same. When the governor offered me Five-O I jumped at it.
Lou: You ran away.
[After Danny kicks up a fuss about Steve arranging for his mom Clara to ride along with Lou without his knowledge.]
Danny: Just stop for one second, okay? All I am saying is that a heads-up would've been nice. Okay? That's all.
Steve: You're so worked up about this.
Danny: Oh, oh, okay, listen, um, I know this may seem like a foreign concept to you, but the idea of my mother being in harm's way-- it does not sit well with me.
Steve: You got to give her more credit, Danny. I mean, she survived you.
Danny: [deadpan] Ah. You're not a good friend. In fact, you're no longer my friend.
Clara: So, Captain, I really appreciate you showing me around. Well But I'm a little old for a babysitter. I mean, I loved going to the police museum, and the M.E. was riveting. But I was kind of hoping for something, you know, a little more adventurous.
Lou: Well, I hate to disappoint, but, uh, me taking you into the middle of a dangerous situation...
Clara: That's not gonna happen?
Lou: You know that's not gonna happen.
Clara: Not even, like, a sketchy donut shop or something?
Lou: I see where that boy of yours gets his bite.
Lou: I figure we ought to get you guys a Five-O Grover signal. That way, you can just throw it up in the sky when you need me.
Danny: Yeah, and nobody on the planet wants to see you in tights.
Ha Lalo o ka ʻili (Beneath the Surface) [4.17]Edit
[To prevent his parents from a divorce, Danny has brought them together at home with a living room set up like the Italian restaurant they went to on their first date. Some things have to be said though]
Clara Williams: You really hurt me, you know.
Eddie Williams: I'm sorry. I love you, I miss you and I want you to come home.
Clara: [laughs] Well, that's not gonna do it. You can't just come here and say you're sorry and expect me to go running back home. Why didn't you call me?
Eddie: I must have had the phone in my hand at least a dozen times, I swear I did, but...
Clara: But what?
Eddie: [sighs] I was embarrassed and ashamed. I was confused.
Clara: Confused about what?
Eddie: About everything. You see, for more than half of my life, that firehouse has been my world. I had someplace to go every day. I had a purpose. Then [sighs] one day, I just age out. And they throw me a nice dinner and they send me on my way with a shiny plaque. You have no idea what it's like to have something like that taken away to-to feel like, to feel like you just don't matter anymore.
Clara: Oh, you think so? I know exactly what it feels like to not matter anymore, but I missed you, I missed you all the time, and I really thought that when you retired, that it would be our time again. We wouldn't have the kids, and we can fall in love all over again and be romantic and be a couple and have a good time, but you made me feel like I didn't matter at all.
Eddie: Oh, Clara, that's not true. I realize that you're all that matters. If I could, I'd go back and I would treat you like the princess that you are. [laughs softly;stands] I, uh ... I came here to get you back. [kneels and holds her hand] And I'm not leaving without you. 'Cause the truth is, I'm nothing without you. [kisses hand]
Clara: I love you. [they kiss]
[Steve meets a certain CIA official over coordinates he and Jerry figured out on the Champion toolbox, but the official is rather uncooperative]
Sam Connors: [looks at map] It's a grave.
Steve: It's a grave. Okay. Whose grave? Who's buried here?
Connors: I'm done talking. I've already said enough.
Steve: [stops him] Listen to me. What you say here stays here. It stays between us. I'm not going to do anything to jeopardize your career.
Connors: [shrugs off Steve] It's not my career that I'm worried about. [leaves]
[at the Kukui High Class 1989 reunion, Chin Ho reacquaints with a classmate]
Nani: We should go on a ride-along sometime.
Chin Ho: Actually, we don't do those things. That's HPD.
Nani: Oh. Well, that's okay. 'Cause I actually meant ride-along in the car, to a bar. There's a great new place that just opened on Merchant Street.
Chin Ho: I'll call you.
Nani: Okay. [leaves]
Jerry: [sees her leave; to Chin Ho] Naughty Nani. "Most likely to be married five times."
Chin Ho: She just dumped number six.
Jerry: Ooh. An opening. I got a shot. [sees Chin Ho's doubtful face] What?
Chin Ho: Nothing.
[At the hospital, Chin Ho's batchmate Alan Lim wakes up with handcuffs]
Alan Lim: What the hell's this? What's going on?
Chin Ho Kelly: We recovered Corey's body, Alan. He probably looks a little different than when you and Bradley buried him in the maze 25 years ago.
Alan: I don't know anyone named Corey.
Chin Ho: Sure you do. Laura knew him, too. In fact, Laura liked him. Didn't she? She liked him a lot. That's why he's dead, isn't it, Alan? You knew that she had a thing for Corey, but you were too much of a coward to confront him by yourself. You needed Bradley to help you.
Alan: You know what? If that's where you found the body, maybe you should go ask Bradley how it got there.
Chin Ho: Why don't you ask him yourself. [cops bring in Bradley Richmond]
Bradley Richmond: It's over. I told them everything.
Alan: Why? Why would you do that?
Bradley: You killed Laura. That's my sister.
Alan: She was going to go to the cops. I have a family. I have a life! [sniffles] She wanted to ruin everything.
Bradley: No. All she wanted to do was tell the truth about what happened that night. She couldn't live with the guilt anymore.
Alan: We all swore that we would never tell anyone what happened. You swore to me!
Bradley: We were just a bunch of kids. Alan, we were scared. We didn't want to go to jail.
Alan: It was an accident. We just wanted to teach him a lesson. Rough Corey up a little bit so that he would stay away from Laura. but it got out of control. I slugged him, then Corey, he-he he fell and hit his head on a rock. There was blood everywhere. He was dead. And there was nothing that any of us could do to change that.
[At Kamekona's, the gang pore over Jerry's Kukui '89 yearbook and sees Chin Ho's picture]
Jerry: Ah, there he is. [everyone laughs at Chin's pic]
Danny Williams: What a goofball. What-what is that? You got the fencing team, you're in the band, and look at this.
[while trapped under the rubble, McGarrett and Danny talk to ease the tension, and suddenly Amber is brought up]
Danny: Yeah, I'll probably screw it up like I do everything else. Right? Not in my DNA to be happy.
Steve: I didn't mean that. That's not what I meant.
Danny: No, I'm officially agreeing with you. There is something wrong with the way that I am built. I-I can't, uh I can't just enjoy happiness like regular people, you know?
Steve: You don't think you're being a little hard on yourself?
Danny: No, I don't. When I was a kid, my parents would go out to eat dinner. If they were late coming home, I used to imagine that they died in a car wreck, just 'cause they were 15 minutes late and I used to talk to God and beg him. I said, "Please just take my dad, not my mom." 'Cause I couldn't live without my mom. mean, every time something good happens in my life, I-I just I think of when it's gonna end. That's all I can think about.
Steve: You for real?
Steve: That's not normal.
Danny: I know it's not normal. Listen to this. On my wedding day, I'm looking at Rachel, just about to say "I do," and all I can see is the day she's gonna serve me with divorce papers. No joke. And I-I don't know, man. The only sustained happiness I ever felt in my life so far is Grace. And, you know, it's just a matter of time before she turns 18, and then she's out the door and she marries some schmuck. I don't know.
Steve: You got to change, man. You can't live like that.
Danny: Well, I'd like very much to change. It's just not so simple, you know?
Steve: Take Amber, all right? Start small. Instead of pushing her away, like you always do, fixate on how she's gonna break your heart, she's gonna destroy your life bring her in, bring her closer.
Danny: All right, I'll give it a shot.
Danny: I said I'll give it a shot. I make it out of here alive, I'll give it a shot.
[McGarrett has discovered who set up the carpark bombing and he's not happy]
Edward Cobb: Looks like you had a bad day, Commander.
Steve: Not as bad as you would've liked. I know you set me up to keep me quiet about Cambodia, but I'm still here.
Cobb: Question is: have you gotten the message?
Steve: No. That's pretty clever. They would've pulled three bodies out of that rubble, assumed that Dekker's brother was killed for payback and Five-O got caught in the middle. No one ever would've suspected that this was all about keeping me from asking questions you didn't want answered.
Cobb: You should've listened to Sam, left this alone.
Steve: An innocent man died today. For no reason. And dozens, dozens of innocent lives were put in danger, all to clean up a mess that you made 40 years ago. Now, what happened in Cambodia? Who was buried in that grave?
Cobb: Consider your next move very carefully.
Steve: You consider yours. I still got DNA from that grave, and I'm gonna run it, so you might as well tell me who it belongs to.
Cobb: Lei Kuan Fat. Wo Fat's mother.
Steve: Why would you cover that up?
Cobb: Because it wasn't supposed to be her in that grave. Our target was Wo Fat's father, but the op went bad. My agent on the ground disappeared, leaving me to clean up her mess.
Steve: That agent was my mother, but she went on to work for the agency, while you were forced out. She didn't botch the job. You ordered an unsanctioned hit that went bad. Wo Fat's father is still alive, isn't he? Do you have any idea the fallout if that ever came to light? Where is he?
Cobb: Sit down. I'll tell you. [tries to pull out pistol but gets killed by Steve]
[After some prodding by Chin Ho at spearfishing, Lou Grover dives down and catches a big fish]
Lou Grover: "A city boy", my ass.
Chin Ho: Take a look at that sucker.
Lou: How many did McGarrett get on his first try, you say?
Chin Ho: Half a dozen.
Chin Ho: But I'll tell you what that's three times bigger than anything he caught.
Lou: You got your phone?
Chin Ho: Yeah.
Lou: Take a picture and send it to him.
Chin Ho: Oh, come on. You sure you want to kick up that hornet's nest?
Lou: Oh, hell yeah, I do! Come on, just take a picture.
Chin Ho: [as Lou poses] All right. All right. All right. Ready? Smile.
Steve: Physical therapy appointment huh?
Danny: Yeah, yeah, my mandatory hour of joy with Nurse Ratchet, thanks to you.
Steve: Thanks to me?
Steve: What, you're gonna blame that building collapsing on us on me?
Danny: I am.
Steve: And how exactly am I responsible?
Danny: Well, about four years ago, you can knocking on my door and told me that I had no choice but to work with you, so I figured everything that's terrible that happened to me since was your fault. You're like a cloud, a dark cloud, that never goes away.
Steve: Do me a favor, when you see Nurse Ratchet, have her, uh, check your head while she works the rest of you over, 'cause you got some damage up there, too.
Lou Grover: Well, excuse me, Jacques Cousteau. You know, jealousy is an ugly cloak, my friend. You do not wear it well.
Steve: "Jealousy"? No, no, no. Look, that fish was probably old, depressed, you know, maybe a little, uh, senile, you know, swimming around looking for a tiger shark to end his days, and then bumped into you.
Lou: A senile, depressed fish?
Steve: [deadpan] That's right.
Lou: [smirks] You are some piece of work, McGarrett, you know that?
Steve: [removes a bullet from Lou's bullet-proof vest] Look at that. Lucky twice in one day.
Lou: Only you can see getting shot as being lucky.
[Steve tries to talk some sense into Dawn Hatfield in the interrogation room]
Steve McGarrett: There was enough hardware in that house to make three bombs, Dawn. Why don't you tell me your plan? Maybe detonate an IED on the road leading into the Air Force base? Wipe out some innocent soldiers, then what, a couple of secondary devices to shred up the first responders? That sound about right?
Dawn Hatfield: "Innocent" soldiers? They drop bombs thousands of feet in the air, killing innocent women and children like cowards!
Steve: Cowards? You want to talk about cowards? You should have said so. Okay, let's talk about cowards. Why don't we start with your boy Nazaria, your mentor? Let's start with him. Where is he? He's hiding in a cave in the mountains of Yemen. You think that traitor cares about you? You think that piece of garbage gives a damn that your friends are dead and that you're gonna spend the rest of your God-forsaken life rotting in some federal prison?
Dawn: Muhammed Nazaria is a warrior; he's a soldier of God, pursuer of the truth and the light, okay? He is the leader!
Steve: Leaders lead from the front. And I don't see him, do you? Where is he? Don't you get it, Dawn? They found you, okay? Because they look for people like you. They look for people who are vulnerable, people who are emotionally fragile, who have a big wound on the inside, who are trying to get back at somebody for something. And they make you feel like you're an important part of something, a cause a cause bigger than you. So big, in fact, that it's worth giving your life for.
Dawn: I am a soldier of Allah, and we must fight you as you fight us. Those of us that believe must fight in the cause of God!
Steve: What are you talking about? These words that are coming out of your mouth, they're not even your words! They're phrases that have been cherry-picked from a holy book and tailored to fit the lies they've told you. Listen to me, all right? I get that it was rough growing up, your mom was alcoholic, your old man, he was never around, I get it. How old were you when he died? You were, like, eight or nine, right? I lost my old man, too. I know what it's like to lose a parent.
Dawn: I didn't lose him. He died, okay? He died fighting your imperialistic war against the peaceful children of Allah!
Steve: You're wrong. Your dad was a hero, okay? He was a patriot, a soldier fighting for his country, Dawn. You gotta remember him. What would he make of all this? You gotta know, somewhere inside you, that this is wrong. Some shred of regret.
Dawn: My only regret is that you stopped me.
Makani ʻOlu a Holo Malie (Fair Winds and Following Seas) [4.21]Edit
Lou: [notices Danny smiling] What are you smiling about?
Danny: Well, taking down a couple corporate scumbags...perfect way to end the day, right?
Lou: Yes, sir.
[A Taliban member prepares to behead Steve in an execution video]
Taliban Militant: Peace be upon those who believe. And to those who do not, know this: until you bow to His will you will never be safe. We shall bring the fight to your shores. Blood will be spilt in your streets and men like this [gestures to Steve] they cannot protect you. America is full of nothing but lies and debauchery. You are a nation without values. A nation of infidels. And now let this man's death be a lesson to you all. This is what- [video is interrupted by SEALS raiding the room and killing them]
[Catherine has told Steve she's staying in Afghanistan to find Najib]
Steve McGarrett: I'm gonna come back, all right? I'm gonna come back. We can do this together. I'll help you find him.
Catherine Rollins: Steve, no.
Steve McGarrett: Catherine...
Catherine: No, listen to me. You've helped me enough, okay? It's better for me to do this alone. I can keep a low profile that way. It's just easier. You know I'm right. You understand why I need to do this, don't you?
Steve: [sniffles] Yeah, of course I do. You just promise me...
Catherine: I promise you I'll be careful. I'll be careful, okay?
Steve: I love you, you know.
Catherine:I love you, too.
Catherine: All right.
Steve: Good luck, Cath.
O ka PiliʻOhana ka ʻOi (Family Comes First) [4.22]Edit
[As Lou Grover talks to his daughter, Ian Wright cuts in on Samantha's end]
Lou Grover: Let me talk to my daughter.
Ian Wright: Oh, whatever you say, Pops.
Samantha Grover: Daddy, what's going on?
Lou: Samantha, honey, I want you to listen to me very carefully. The man that you're with is a very dangerous fugitive.
Samantha: Now, he's gonna want to hurt you Daddy, I'm scared.
Lou: Now-Now I know you're scared, but I need you to be strong. I'm gonna find you. I promise you. I'm gonna find you.
Ian: Now you got her all freaked out. All right? That's not going to help this thing at all.
Lou: You little son of a bitch. What do you want?
Ian: Stay close to your phone, I'll be in touch. And obviously, this stays between us. Tell any of your cop buddies about this, and you'll be using your daughter's college fund to pay for a funeral.
[Lou Grover is angry that an entrapment operation did not go well]
Lou Grover: It's not? You see any money in there? Because I don't! And without that money, my daughter is just as good as dead! [slams door] Aw! [sighs] Oh, God, she's just a baby. I'm-I'm so sorry, Samantha. [walks away and cries]
Danny Williams: [comes over to comfort him] Listen to me. A few years ago, uh, this guy that I thought I knew, he took my daughter. And, uh you know, I remember back then thinking I got two choices now. I can, uh, I can shut down, start mourning my daughter, or I could do anything and everything it took to run over whatever stood in my way to get my daughter back.
Lou: I can't stop thinking about her. I can't stop thinking about what she must be going through.
Danny: Right now you need to put that on hold. If you want to see Samantha, you stay focused on ending this son of a bitch. You understand?
Danny: Let's go get this guy.
McGarrett: How's forced retirement?
Lou: Well, the governor said that my actions were a gross abuse of power by a sworn officer of the law and my misuse of HPD resources was unprecedented.
McGarrett: So basically nothing I wouldn't have done under the same circumstances. [Lou chuckles]
[Steve and Danny are being interviewed as part of their yearly psychological evaluations.]
Danny: So, uh, we have been together for three years.
Danny: See, this is specifically what I'm talking about.
Steve: I was correcting you.
Danny: Ok. Four.
Steve: Three years, eleven months, three days. Exactly.
Danny: You're done? [Steve gives him a "duh" look.]
Psychologist: Detective Williams asked you a question.
Psychologist: He asked if you were going to allow him to finish his thought.
Steve: Who's side are you on?
Psychologist: I don't take sides, Commander. I'm an objective observer. You know the Governor asked me to oversee the annual psychological audit of personnel and I was concerned by what Detective Williams had to say.
Steve: Ok yeah fine. So we don't agree on a few things but I don't see why that's such a big deal.
Danny: [interrupts] "A few things"? A few things?! We don't agree on anything.
Steve: You wanna know why you spend so much time in the passenger seat?
Danny: [sarcastically] This should be fantastic.
Steve: You wanna know?
Steve: I get carsick if I don't drive. [Danny scoffs and starts laughing] And he laughs.
Psychologist: So five people make up the Five-O Task Force.
Steve: Yeah, but we're more than a task force you see. We're ohana.
[Danny looks away wistfully]
Psychologist: Why the look, Detective Williams?
Danny: Oh, no, no look. I guess I was just agreeing with him. For the first time. [smiles]
Vice Admiral Graham Rhodes: Now, you know I can't confirm whether Lieutenant Larkin's on a mission, Commander. What I can tell you is, there have been no security breaches on any of our current ops.
Steve: Okay, um, sir, Lieutenant Larkin's daughter was kidnapped just two hours ago, all right? We believe that the mission that he either is or is not on could be the key to getting her back.
VAdm Rhodes: That may be so, but I'm telling you, it's got nothing to do with our ops. You're just gonna have to take my word on that.
Steve: Yeah, with all due respect, sir, we've, uh we've been down this road before, you and I, and oh, you owe me.
VAdm Rhodes: [chuckles] Well, you did save my ass with that Chinese satellite. That much is true.
Steve: You're welcome.
VAdm Rhodes: But, unfortunately, I've said all I can on this matter.
Steve: What about his files? Can you give us access to his files?
VAdm Rhodes: I can do that.
Steve: Okay. If his daughter's kidnapping has anything to do with his service, there'll be a list of suspects there.
Danny: Uh, one more thing, I'm sorry-- um, Angela, his wife, uh, has been trying to get in touch with him. Is there any way we could make that happen? That would be nice.
VAdm Rhodes: I'm sensitive to the situation, Detective. Truly, I am. And I'm sure as soon as Lieutenant Larkin is available, he'll contact his wife.
Steve: Let's go. Thank you.
[Later in the car]
Steve: [sighs] We take an oath, Danny.
Danny: I understand that. But this is about the guy's family.
Steve: You don't think he's got a right to know? Of course he has a right to know, all right? But right now his team needs him focused and ready to lead. You tell him about his daughter, you could put all their lives in danger and compromise the entire mission.
Danny: Well, let me tell you something that you don't know, okay? As a parent, when your child is in trouble, you can sense it. You know about it. Like right now, Lieutenant Larkin, he knows that. He doesn't know why, but he knows it. Don't you think that puts him and his team in just as much danger?
Jerry: [watches Chin run facial recognition software on a suspect] Facial recognition. Total violation of our First Amendment rights.
Danny: Drop the weapon. Drop the weapon, Jason. You got to drop that weapon right now. We know about the accident. We know it wasn't your fault. You got to drop that weapon right now.
Jason: Do you have any idea how it feels to lose someone you love? To live with the guilt that it's your fault?
Danny: No, I can't imagine what that must feel like.
Jason: No, you can't.
Danny: Listen, no parent should have to go through what you went through.
Jason: What do I have to live for?
Danny: Listen to me, there's a family out there right now and they want to see their daughter. I know you don't want to put them through the pain of having to bury that kid. I know that's not what you want, right?
[Kono holds up a bright red bikini and stares at Lou after being told she is to go undercover as a surfer]
Kono: You're joking.
Lou: Hey, don't look at me-- this is McGarrett's idea.
Kono: [clears throat] Huh...I'm not wearing this.
Steve: These girls are surfers; we know where they hang out. The only way we're gonna find them is if they don't see us coming. What's the problem?
Kono: Okay, then it falls on me?
Lou: Well, you're the surfer, ain't ya?
Steve: Yeah. Plus, you're the only one who can walk down on that beach without broadcasting "cop". Hey, listen, we need eyes out there, okay? Somebody on that beach must know who these girls are, plus, the alternative is Grover in a Speedo.
Lou: Hey. Couple of years ago, I could've pulled it off, but...[looks down at his belly] Well, you know.
Kono: [sighs] Fine. But I pick the suit.
Lou: [knocks down a suspect who tried to run away] Didn't your mother tell you to look both ways?! [handcuffs suspect] Come on. Let's go to jail.
Kono: [voice-over] Those girls had no idea what they were walking into when they got onto that bus. For them, life as they knew it was simple. It was waking up every day with a desire to catch a better wave than the day before. The adrenaline you feel paddling out knowing that at any time you could get the ride of your life. And then there's the rush of walking on water. Only gods do that. Everything they did was to preserve that life. To surf is to get up every day with a desire to battle something greater than yourself. And those girls just wanted to ride that wave as long as they could. And now their endless summer is over.
Detroit PD detective: [telling Five-O about their suspect Mercer] He's a world-class house painter whose expertise is the "White Death", that is, making people disappear. [...] You just know he's been there because his victims are never seen or heard from again. On the street, they call him "Valentine".
Lou: Oh, that's cute.
Chin: Why Valentine?
Detroit PD detective: Because people who know him say he doesn't have a heart.
[Ron Mercer has been caught for shooting Steve Stegner, AKA Gordon Bristol. Five-0 asks why he killed him]
Ron Mercer: Sometimes things happen that change a person's perspective on life.
Steve: Well, that's that's some deep and soulful stuff for a man who's killed over a hundred people.
Mercer: [laughs] Two years ago middle of a thunderstorm, I got into a head-on with a moving van with bad brakes. Doctors said I suffered a traumatic ventricular failure. That there was a 100% certainty I would die if I didn't get a new heart.
Steve: Okay, how'd you get to the top of the list?
Mercer: You gentlemen forget who I work for. Men like Albert Bagosa doesn't get wait-listed. I needed a new heart. He got me one. Not that he had any great affection for me. He just needed me to get back to work. I was told that my heart belonged to a very special young man. He taught at about the worst school in the city. Served meals at the local soup kitchen. Built houses for the homeless during his summer break. Then one day, this solid citizen, this man who lived to make a difference, got hit by a drunk driver while crossing the street. And it was the luckiest thing that ever happened to me. 'Cause I got a piece of him. After that, things changed. Went about my business the way I always done it, but when it came to the moment of truth, couldn't go through with it. Just couldn't pull the trigger. And it kept happening contract after contract. Something happened when I got that new heart. I began thinking of the people I was asked to kill. Their loved ones. Their families. What did they do to deserve me?
Steve: Okay. Well, if your story's true, that can't have made Mr. Bagosa happy.
Mercer: I never told Bagosa. Every contract I got, I pretended to fill it.
Chin Ho Kelly: So, what about all the people you're supposed to kill? What happened to them?
Mercer: I found a safe place to hide them.
Chin Ho: You created your own witness protection program.
Mercer: That's right. An entire community made up of people that didn't deserve to die - but somehow Bagosa found out.
Chin Ho Then how is it that you're still walking around?
Mercer: I'm that good.
Steve: That's why Bagosa sent Stegner to Hawaii, huh? To kill those people that you've been hiding?
Mercer: Those people are innocent. I couldn't let Stegner end their lives. You think I'm lying?
Lou: I think you just told a really great campfire story. The only things missing are the marshmallows.
Jerry: How can I help?
Steve: So, listen, if somebody wanted to live off the grid, Jerry, and I'm talking like Big Brother-fearing, income tax-avoiding, way, way off the grid, where would they go?
Kono: We're talking no phone service, no nosey tourists, no contact with the outside world.
Lou: What they're trying to say is where do your like-minded friends all live? How many people we looking at? Maybe a dozen, possibly more.
[Danny's incensed that his brother Matt is dead and stored in an oil drum when he and Steve came all the way to Colombia to bring in Reyes' money in exchange. He and Steve take out the guards before facing Reyes again]
Danny: [Punches Reyes and shoves him back to a table] What'd I just tell you, huh? What'd I say? Huh? What'd I tell you? Huh? Huh? What'd I say? [points pistol at him] Okay. Look at me. You look at me, look at me, look at me. That's it. [fires]
Steve: [at his father's grave site] Hey, Dad. Spoke to Aunt Deb last week. Looks like she's gonna give chemo a shot. She, um she said to me, "The McGarretts are fighters." And Mary, Mary's good. You wouldn't believe it, Dad, but she has, uh she's become such a strong woman. And she's such a great mother to that little girl. She sends me videos, like, every other day. I'm getting to watch Joanie grow up. It's amazing. Kid's starting to take her first steps. I really wish you were here for all of this. I think you would have liked being a grandfather. [kisses a quarter and puts it on the plaque] I miss you, Dad.
Kamekona: You know what your problem is, brah? You're the hoarder.
Jerry: Yeah, a hoarder of truth.
Dr. Mindy Shaw: Jerry, compulsive hoarding is a symptom of OCD. Have you ever been diagnosed?
Jerry: Oh, yeah, Dr. Shaw? Hanging out with dead people all day could be considered borderline necrophilia. Have you ever been diagnosed?
Dr. Shaw: Denial is another symptom.
John McGarrett: [in flashback, to a teenaged Ellie Clayton] I've, uh I've got a daughter about your age. When things get tough, I say to her you need to be strong. You need to be brave. And if you can do that, then you're gonna be okay.
Chin: Your dad had some regrets. But you know what I think his biggest one was? Sending you and Mary away when you thought your mother had been killed.
Steve: I mean he had to, he did that for our safety.
Chin: Yeah, he did. But I think he came to believe it would have been better for you if he hadn't. That he should have kept you close, been in your lives every day.
[Jerry goes to his basement and is surprised to see Thomas Farrow, the bookshop owner-cum-counterfeiter he has been tracking]
Farrow: Hello, Mr. Ortega.
Jerry: What are you doing here?
Farrow: Returning your book. Did you ever read it?
Farrow: There's a passage in here that warns of the perils of meddling in someone else's affairs. "He who does will face retribution."
Steve: [to Sang Min about Lou] He's with us now, so he's got the right to slap you around, knock your teeth out if you get out of line.
[In the alternate universe. Danny has shot Victor Hesse' knee to get him to confess, shocking Steve.]
Steve: What kind of cop are you?
Danny: The kind of cop that gets things done.
[In real life. Wo Fat has Steve tied up in the chair and injected with truth serum]
Wo Fat: You know nothing about the real Doris McGarrett.
Steve: Do you? I know that she was assigned to kill your father. But instead your mother died in that op.
Wo Fat: Yes. And she never forgave herself for murdering an innocent woman who had just become a new mother. That pain and anguish caused her to do something quite remarkable. She took in that child and raised it as her own for several years. Until her superiors discovered this and forced her–
Steve: They forced her to abandon that child. That was you.
[Aunt Deb's boyfriend, Leonard Cassano, asks her about breaking some news, but Steve overhears]
Steve: What news?
Aunt Deb: Short version. Leonard popped the question and I said yes. [shows her engagement ring]
Steve: You're engaged?
Steve: You've been dating for a couple of months. What's the rush?
Deb: [slaps Steve on the arm] Oh, my pragmatic nephew. Never one for romance or the grand gesture. Honey, you know the country western song "Live Like You Were Dying"?
Deb: Well, makes more sense when you're actually dying.
Danny: [to Steve] You know what you are? You're like a big marshmallow filled with testosterone.
[Leonard talks to Steve about representing a client Five-0's been going after]
Steve: I got no issue with you being a lawyer, Leonard.
Leonard Cassano: You just don't like my client. I worked for Gino Leone, yeah, but I felt like my real job was to keep the government accountable. There were times they overreached trying to put Gino behind bars.
Steve: Yeah, because they knew he was guilty.
Leonard: But if Gino Leone doesn't have the same right to privacy and self-incrimination as the rest of us, sooner or later, none of us will have those rights. So I gave him my best defense.
Steve: Apparently, you gave him a little more than your best defense. The word is that you helped him bury evidence. I checked you out.
Leonard: I knew you would, that's why I brought this. [picks a box wrapped in brown paper out of a bag] One morning, an envelope was dropped at my office. Inside was a key to a locker in the Penn Station and a note that read, "Destroy anything you find." This box was in the locker.
Steve: What's in it?
Leonard: I don't know. If I had opened this box and there was evidence, morally I would have been compelled to share it with the prosecution. So I didn't open it, but I didn't destroy it either. I would never do that.
Steve: What do you want me to do with it?
Leonard: Do whatever you think is right. I ended my treatment the day before Deb and I got on the boat. There's nothing more they can do. I'm feeling pretty good right now, but in a month or so, I'm going to take a turn for the worse. All I really want to do is spend whatever time I have left making your aunt the happiest woman in the world. We're getting married tomorrow, but I know it wouldn't feel right to her unless you were there and I appreciate you hearing me out. [leaves]
[Leonard and Deb say their wedding vows]
Leonard Cassano: My beautiful Deb. I can't believe that a diagnosis of stage IV cancer could make me the happiest man in the world, but it's.. it's true. You held my hand through chemo, but you were my real treatment. I can't even remember my life before you came along and changed everything. You are my angel, my one in a million and all I want is to be your husband. To cherish every moment we have together. I love you.
Deb McGarrett: I love you. I don't have a way with words the way my darling Leonard has, so, uh, I've chosen to rely on the Gershwinbrothers. [sings 'S_Wonderful with Kamekona and Flipper providing the background music]
[Harry Brown, a former HPD officer turned PI, reflects on a mission to recover an old friend's daughter]
Harry Brown: No matter what they tell you, time doesn't heal all wounds. When someone you love is ripped from your life, that scar stays with you forever. But the one bright light in all the darkness is knowing that men like Steve McGarrett are out there, making sure the good guys always come out on top.
[HPD Officer Kai Pua is assigned to review all security camera footage at the Honolulu Marriott and his long-time crush, Kono, visits him]
Kai Pua: Officer Kai, back in the saddle. I told Gene here I used to work this gig over at the Marriott. He was kind enough to let me take the wheel.
Kono Kalakaua: Well, you still got the touch, I see.
Kai: Indeed, I do. But, full disclosure, your window of opportunity has finally closed. I've been in an exclusive relationship for three weeks.
Kono: Really? Hmm, well, who's the lucky girl?
Kai: Her name is Brenda. Met her at a karaoke bar. My rendition of "Love Is a Battlefield" closed the deal.
Kono: Bold choice. I'm sure you hit those high notes.
[Having learned that Kamekona's taking on Hawaiian food expert Sam Choy at Shrimpalooza, Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto agrees to help him prepare, but a sample of his dish does not pass muster]
Kamekona: It's the pressure. It's affecting my game.
Masaharu Morimoto: Problem is, you are cooking from here. [points at temple] You should be cooking from here. [points at Kamekona's heart] To be your best, you must search within yourself. Rediscover your passion.
Kamekona: That's heavy.
Morimoto: Tell me- who did you train under?
Kamekona: Trigger Mike.
Morimoto: I'm not familiar with Chef Trigger Mike.
Kamekona: I should hope not. He ran the mess up at Halawa Correctional. Gave me my first job in a kitchen. I became pretty good at it, too. My butter shrimp were so famous, the night guards used to sneak in the fresh catch. I used to grill 'em up in my cell on a hot plate that ran off a car battery. Some of the best meals I ever cooked.
Morimoto: Show me that.
Kamekona: Hai. [sets up his makeshift stove and cooks his butter shrimps. He completes enough for one plate and has Iron Chef Morimoto taste it]
Morimoto: [eats one slice and lights up upon discovering how good it is] This is how you will beat Choy. Now we just work on your technique.
[Max talks to Steve, Grover, and Chin Ho via videoconference about the supposed fate of four students at the Waimea Reform School]
Max: Commander, after a thorough examination, I've determined that each of our young victims were suffering from acute dehydration and starvation in the days leading up to and at the time of their deaths.
Chin Ho Kelly: Take a look at this. [taps screen for news clipping] The week they disappeared was one of the hottest on record for Oahu. Daytime temps hovered in the mid-90s for five straight days.
Max: And this is the basement that the school used as solitary confinement. The same one that Tahni saw the boys being led into the night they returned.
Lou Grover: No windows, no ventilation. Must have been unbearable down there.
Max: In that kind of heat, left in a poorly ventilated space, without food or water for a significant amount of time would be equivalent to leaving an infant in a car with a rolled-up window in the middle of the summer. As a result of all these findings, I'm listing the official cause of death as homicide.
[Steve talks with Nahele Huikala, the youth identified as having stolen his Mercury Marquis]
Steve: You know what that is? That's a criminal complaint for felony grand larceny auto, charging you with the theft of my car.
Nahele Huikala: I-I understand, sir, and when I get out of jail, promise I'll pay you back -
Steve: Hold on, hold on. I'm not done. The only thing missing from this is my signature. I'm gonna make you the deal of a lifetime. All right? This is what's gonna happen. First, we're gonna go to all the body shops, get back all the parts you sold off. And then you and me, we're gonna put my car back together exactly the way it was before you took it. As long as you keep your nose clean, this complaint stays [pushes file in drawer] in my drawer, unsigned. You understand?
Nahele: Yes. Thank you.
Steve: Don't thank me yet. I got eyes and ears all over this island. If I hear one incident, you step out of line one time for the smallest thing, I don't care what it is, I'm gonna find you and I'm not gonna be the nice guy sitting across the desk from you today. Do you understand?
Nahele: Yes. Thank you.
Steve: This is your second chance, Nahele, all right? Could be, could be your last chance. Don't blow it, buddy. Take advantage of it.
[Lou Grover and his daughter, Samantha, talk over her nightmares involving Ian Wright]
Lou Grover: Hang on a second, Samantha.
Samantha Grover: What is it, Dad?
Lou: Sweetheart, you know I love you, right?
Samantha: Of course I do.
Lou: All right. And you know that if I could have, I would've done anything in the world to keep that stuff from happening to you. I'm afraid there's nothing I can do to change that now. The only thing that can change now is you. And that's gonna take time. Just like your body had to heal, your mind has to heal, too, and you might have another bad night or two. I'm not gonna promise you you're gonna forget all about this one day, but I can promise you it's gonna get easier. You know, I can promise you that we will get through this as a family. Your mother, your brother, me and you. And I want you to know that whether I'm in the next room or not, I'm always there for you, little mama. Always.
Samantha: All right. [father and daughter embrace]
[Lou is trying to teach Steve how to play golf. Steve takes a swing.]
Lou: [sighs in dismay] Brother, you're playing what we like to call military golf. Left, right, left, right.
Steve: What am I doing wrong?
Lou: Well, for starters, you're swinging like a gorilla. Don't you remember what I said in the parking lot? This is a game of finesse. The easier you swing, the further that little white ball goes.
Steve: Okay, that doesn't make any sense to me.
[Former U.S. Women's Open champion and Honolulu native Michelle Wie stops by to say hi and greets a star-struck Lou]
Steve: You guys know each other?
Lou: Please ignore my ignorant friend. He just crawled out from under a rock this morning, with a driver in his hand.
Michelle Wie: [to Steve] If you don't mind, I just want to give you a tip. I just saw something from back there.
Lou: Oh, I would yes, please. By all means, yeah, especially if it's free. His motto is, "If it's for free, then it's for me."
[After saving Amber Vitale from her exhusband Frank Simpson, Danny hears her true story]
Amber Vitale: I didn't have much of a family as a kid. And when I was 19, I met Frank. And he was older and charming and he was the first man who ever made me feel special. A year later, we were married, and everything changed. He wanted to control every aspect of my life. And when I stood up for myself, he got violent. One night, he, uh, he almost killed me, so I-I left the city and ran as fast and far away as I could. And then I met you.
Danny Williams: I got lucky, huh? [laughs] Right, babe?
Amber:I wouldn't call it lucky.
Amber: No. I-I mean, I was, I was afraid you would think I was damaged goods. That you wouldn't want me with all that baggage.
Danny: Baggage? Look, I got, um, I got plenty of baggage my-my-myself, you know? I think between the two of us, we may be able, be able to open up a luggage joint one day, you know?
Danny: Look, um I say that-that that part of your life is over with now. You know, it's finished. I mean, we we can start over right now. What do you say? Hmm?
Amber: Yeah? Be good? I'm Melissa Armstrong.
Danny: Melissa Armstrong? [chuckles] Oh Melissa Armstrong, I'm, uh, Danny Williams; nice to meet you.
Amber: It's nice to meet you.
[The Five-0 team successfully take down a serial arsonist]
Kathy: You know, I spent the last two years of my life just existing. I think it's time to start living again.
Steve: You know don't look back, okay? Just don't look back, whatever you do. You can't change the past. Trust me on that.
Steve: Take, like, a domesticated canine, you put it in the wild. Okay, but a cat-- they never forgot how to hunt and kill.
Danny: Well, I guess that's why you two get along then. That's why you like cats.
[Steve microwaves an egg omelet cooked earlier]
Danny: Aw, that smells disgusting, Steve. Who microwaves an omelet, huh?!
Steve: The body needs protein. When you're not sleeping, it needs it even more. What is that? What are you doing?
Danny: I'm doing a little, uh, quiz out of this book: uh, "how well you know your partner?". It asked me to list something you were very passionate about.
Steve: Oh, yeah? What'd you write?
Danny: [to Steve] I have seen you personally put yourself in every conceivable life-threatening situation without batting an eye, like it's nothing. But when it comes to talking about your feelings, forget about it, you'd rather chew cyanide.
Steve: [to Danny] Look, man, I was raised differently than you, okay? I wasn't raised in a house with a supportive family encouraging me to share my feelings. And in your case, every feeling. The McGarrett men are a different breed. To them, showing emotion is like showing weakness, you know? I mean, it's stupid, but it's just the way it is.
[Danny and Max are at Grace's school for career day]
Danny: So like, uh, like I said, our job is to uphold the laws of this great country. Without policemen, without policewomen, uh, there'd be no order. And order is, um it's the backbone to any civilized society. And, yes, I like doughnuts very much. If anybody has any questions, uh, please, you can ask them now. [points at a boy raising his hand] Yes.
Boy: What's it like cutting up dead people?
Danny: I don't do that.
Boy: [refers to Max] I was asking him.
Max: The vivisection of a once-living organism as a scientific necessity can be quite rewarding if it yields forensic results.
Boy': Is it yucky?
Max: Quite the opposite. Thank you for asking.
[at an HPD Internal Affairs safe house, Gabriel Waincroft talks to IA official Rex Coughlin about the $5.5 million he gave Chin to add to Danny's ransom for his brother]
Rex Coughlin: That's a lot of money for a change of scenery.
Waincroft: True, but being the brother-in-law of a cop didn't make me very popular in Halawa. So what it came down to was that money or my life.
Coughlin: And you'll testify to that?
Waincroft: And see that hypocrite go to jail? Absolutely. But you're gonna need to sweeten the deal.
Coughlin: I'm listening.
Waincroft: I want a sentence reduction.
Coughlin: You're a cop killer. That's not gonna happen.
Waincroft: Then I guess you won't be getting Chin Ho Kelly.
Coughlin: I can try to get you a commuted sentence. Submit a petition to the governor.
Waincroft: I have a better chance of winning the lottery.
Coughlin: How does minimum security sound?
Waincroft: Not good enough.
Coughlin: That's all I got.
Waincroft: I want that in writing.
Coughlin: I'll have it drawn up.
[Steve and the team head to Colombia to assault a refinery where Marco Reyes' cocaine stash is located. One of Joe's contacts will use a vintage Super Stallion to fly them there]
Kono: What's with you and salvage?
Frank Bama:Kid, this is a perfectly good example of vintage aviation.
Lou Grover: Uh-uh. It's a washing machine with propellers.
Frank: Big man, you're not exactly paying top dollar here. In fact, you're not paying anything at all. So if I were you, I'd grab a double-wide seat and keep a bag handy.
Lou: Hang on a second. I know this old hippie didn't just call me fat.
[Steve and Joe corner the US Marshal who arranged Danny's voluntary extradition to Colombia]
Sam Alexander: You like to make a dramatic entrance, don't you?
Steve McGarrett: Yeah, well, uh, we found your coke.
Alexander: Where is it?
Steve: Well, it's gone.
Alexander: What do you mean, gone?
Steve: I mean, uh, we destroyed it. [shows phone cam footage of the team burning the coke stash]
Alexander: You realize you just signed your friend's death warrant, right?
Steve: I don't think so. You see, at the same location, we didn't just find the drugs. We found Reyes' books. [shows USB drive] This, right here, is everything to do with Sandpiper. Including all the payoff accounts. Hey, see, Marco Reyes was, uh, he was paying money to a bunch of different people-- various Colombian generals, politicians, government officials - and one American.
Joe White: You.
Steve: You never cared about justice; you never cared about the law. All you wanted was your piece of the action.
Alexander: You are meddling in international affairs, Commander.
Joe: Just shut up and listen.
Steve: This is what's gonna happen. You're gonna have Detective Williams returned to U.S. soil with all charges dropped. And the second his plane touches down in Oahu, you're gonna resign, you're gonna collect your pension, and then you're gonna disappear. And if you don't, this gets released.
Odell: [as he is cutting Steve's hair] The barbershop is an important social institution in this country. It's a community gathering place. Oh, my customers-- they come here, they hang out, they talk story. No one's ever in a hurry to leave, and you know why? It's one of the last bastions where a man can truly unplug from the world. You know, even if it's just for a trim and a shave.
Steve: So you're a barber, you're a lawyer, and you're an explosives expert?
Odell: Yeah, my Grandpa Jack was a barber stationed in England during World War II. Uncle Sam liked the boys cleaned up before heading to the front lines. He was assigned to the Combat Demolition Unit. One of his regulars taught him how to make a Molotov Cocktail using hair dye and aftershave. Jack always said, "A piece of knowledge is better than a good tip."
Steve: Good thing you were paying attention, huh?
Odell: There we go. Done. [to Steve, seriously] I'm a pacifist.
[Danny and assistant medical examiner Dr. Mindy Shaw are stuck in the elevator with the deceased victim.]
Danny: I've heard of stories of people getting stuck in elevators for days-- days.
Dr. Shaw: I really don't think that's gonna happen.
Danny: My cell phone doesn't work, your cell phone doesn't work, the alarm doesn't work. Okay? No one's coming to look at office space because this guy, the office manager, is dead. We have got to be proactive.
Dr. Shaw: Or we can conserve energy.
Danny: We got no food, we got no water. Oxygen level in here is getting very low.
Dr. Shaw: There's plenty of oxygen.
[Danny is hyperventilating due to his claustrophobia]
Dr. Shaw: Listen to me. Everything is gonna be okay.
Dr. Shaw: Okay, right now, neurotransmitters in your brain have sent the wrong signal Uh-huh? activating your sympathetic nervous system. You just need to ride this out until your parasympathetic nervous system can restore your body to a normal state. That's good.
Danny: Can you do me a favor and speak English, please? Okay.
Dr. Shaw: Your body is lying to you. It's telling you you're in danger, but you're not.
Danny: You're not. So it's like a glitch.
Dr. Shaw: Exactly! It's a glitch.
Dr. Shaw: That's all. Just a glitch. There's no danger.
Danny: No danger.
Dr. Shaw: There's no there's no threat, okay? You're completely safe.
Dr. Shaw: Now just breathe. Just relax. Breathe. There you go. You got it.
Danny: Thank you.
Dr. Shaw: You're welcome.
[The Five-0 team study the evidence from Diane's clothes and Lou still doubts that her husband killed her]
Chin Ho Kelly: You know, Lou, a lot of guys in my old squad believed IA when they said I was a dirty cop. When I asked them why, they said it was just something they could feel. They went with their instinct, and they turned their back on me. But they were wrong.
Lou: I'm not wrong.
Chin: How can you be so sure?
Lou: You know, one night when we were at the academy, one of our training officers busted me and Clay trying to sneak back on campus after lights out. Now, as violations go, it was pretty serious. Absolute grounds for expulsion. So the TO- he sits us down. Now, this guy was a human lie detector. Never met a suspect he couldn't break. So he says to us, "You two birds better have a damn good reason for breaking curfew. Otherwise, I'm shipping your sorry asses out on the next bus." Now the truth is: we were at a ball game. Went to a White Sox game. The thing goes extra innings, and now we're late. But Clay looked that TO right in the eye and without missing a beat, he says, "I'm sorry, sir. But my cousin he's shipping off in the morning to the Gulf for Desert Shield, and the kid's nervous. He's scared. So Lou and I just figured we'd just take the kid out, show him a good time, you know, get his mind off things. And that way, at least he gets a proper send-off, you know?" The TO looks into Clay's eyes, and after a couple of seconds, he says "Okay. Don't let it happen again." And that was that. I never seen anybody lie with such confidence, such conviction. If you would've hooked Clay up to a polygraph right then and there, I'm telling you, he would've passed it. But it ain't even so much the lying. Clay knew how to play on this man's emotions. This morning, I'm sitting on the bench outside the ME's office, and I'm listening to him tell me how this went down. And he's talking to me, and he's looking at me, and he's looking me right in the eye, and I'm going for it, until my wife shows up. And I get up and step back, and I watched him handle my wife. And that little voice popped into my head saying, "This guy is playing you." He did this. Now, I can't prove it, but I know. And I'm telling you, I know like I know whose name is on my driver's license! He did this. I know it.
[Grover is incensed that a close friend of his in the force may have killed his own wife and tries to insist on why would he do that]
Lou Grover: Oldest reason in the world, brother. Oldest motive. Love. [shows a pic on Clay's cellphone] LeAnn Stockwell. One of your trainers at the gym. One you've been having an affair with for over a year. Aw, those photos? Yeah, these photos. The photos you took on your phone and deleted them. I got teenagers, man, and you know what my teenagers taught me about technology? Nothing gets deleted. Nothing ever goes away. I talked to LeAnn, Clay. She told me you wanted to leave your wife and be with her.
Clay Fields: So, what, what? I'm-I'm a killer because I lied to some piece I had on the side? Is that's what you think?
Lou: I think you wanted to start all over with some fine young thing that just adored Clay. Then you did the math. And you sure as hell didn't want to live your retirement out on half your pension in a small rented apartment on the South Side of Chicago. You know, I really don't even think it was the money. I know how much you love people thinking you're such a good guy. "Aw, that Clay-- he's a great guy! Stand-up guy!" You just didn't want anybody to know that you're the kind of guy who'd step out on his wife after 20 good years. I'm done with you.
Clay: You know, that's a great story, Lou. The thing is you can't prove it.
Lou: Not yet, but you're gonna spend the night in a cell. And I'm gonna spend the night on a plane back to Chicago, and I'm gonna talk to LeAnn in person. And then I'm gonna search your house. And I'm gonna search your car. And I'm gonna search your locker. And I'm gonna talk to your friends. I'm gonna talk to your neighbors. I'm gonna talk to your pastor. I'm gonna talk to everybody you know down to the guy who shines your shoes! And anything you think I can do to help you, Clay-- [gets closer to him] any favor I could call in, any length that I could go to, any power or influence I might have-- I'm gonna use all of that to lock your ass up! Smoke on that.
Jerry: You know how many dead bodies I saw before I started hanging out with Five-O? That would be none. Nada. Zero. And the fun doesn't stop there. I mean, let's not forget being accused of robbery, being abducted, having my life's work stolen, and, oh, yeah, then there's that Chinese spy who broke into my house and tried to off me.
Chin: Yeah, we appreciate everything you've done for us, Jer.
Jerry: So where's the love? The aloha? A badge would be nice.
[Danny is questioning a suspect]
Nolan: We came over here for a boys' weekend, all right? You got to believe me, man, we're good guys.
Danny: [laughs] "Good guys"? Good guys? You're a bunch of married, 40-year-old guys come all the way to Hawaii for spring break to hit on college girls. I mean, you must have very understanding wives.
[Chin and Jerry are watching a FBI television broadcast about their suspect, a fugitive wanted for trafficking]
Jerry: I always thought these shows were scripted propaganda created by huge media conglomerates to brainwash the L.I.V.'s. [Chin looks at him blankly] Low-information viewers. They scare the unwitting public into demanding more police on the street and then use it as an excuse to raise taxes to feed the beast that is Uncle Sam.
[the gang sees off Kono on her solo wa'kaulua voyage, but her parents make it in time]
Kono Kalakaua: Dad? [runs up to them] I didn't think you were coming.
Ke'ano Kalakaua: You know she wouldn't have missed this for the world.
Chin Ho Kelly: [to Dr. Shaw] Her mother had an aneurysm a few years back.
Ke'ano: She's beautiful, isn't she?
Kono: [kneels and faces her mother Nani] I'm doing it, Mom.
Ke'ano: She's very proud of you.
Kono: Malama pono.
Ke'ano: Aloha Au Ia 'oe.
Kono: [to Nani] Malama pono.
[Kawika blows his conch shell to signal her launch]
[former meth cook Maka'i Akana is stunned that his recently-arrested son plotted to kidnap him and force him to work again]
Maka'i Akana: My son made up this threat to force me to cook again?
Chin Ho Kelly: He called it his inheritance. That, as far as he was concerned, you were dead to him.
Maka'i: So, what happens now?
Chin Ho: Your son's gonna go to prison. You're gonna walk away from this with your parole intact, no more prison time.
Maka'i: Doesn't really matter. [sighs] When I was in Halawa, there was only one reason to get out. Carter. That second chance kept me going. And now I've got nothing.
Chin Ho: Maka'i, I know what it's like to have your family turn their back on you. Let me give you a little bit of advice. Keep moving forward, because you still have a shot at redemption. If not for your son, then for yourself. I'll get you out of here.
[flashback of young Kono practicing her surfing]
Nani Kalakaua: You did good, ku'uipo.
Kono Kalakaua: I fell.
Nani: You're going to get knocked off your board many times, Kono. The only thing that matters is that you get back up.
Steve: [glances at a glum-looking Danny] You do something wrong? What'd you do wrong?
Danny: I don't know. I've been thinking about it. I'm wracking my brain. I can't figure it out. But Rachel's definitely upset about something.
Steve: You think it's Amber-related?
Steve: Oh, that's official now?
Danny: Well, yes, it is her name, so I think it's official.
[Danny's ex-wife Rachel tries to tell him that her son, Charlie, is suffering from HLH and needs one of his parents as a bone marrow transplant donor]
Danny: Why are you telling me this? [catches on and looks at Charlie] That's my kid? [sees Grace staring at him] How long have you known this, Rachel? You've always known.
Rachel: Danny, I...
Danny: Why would keep something like this from me?
Rachel: Because your life, from the chances that you take.
Danny: The chances I take?
Rachel: See, if anything ever happened to you, I didn't want two kids growing up without a father.
Danny: You had no right to do that. You understand that? You had no right to keep that from me, that I got a son. [looks away despondently]
Rachel: I know that you hate me right now, and I don't blame you for hating me, but I am telling you now. We have a son, and there is something wrong with him, something that could kill him. He needs our help.
Danny: Okay. Okay, so what? So, what happens now?
Rachel: You need to take a blood test. It won't take long, only a few minutes... 24 hours to get the results, and then the doctors can decide how to proceed from there.
Danny: And then, they set everything up then?
Danny: What about Stan? What does he know?
Rachel: He knows now.
Steve: Sir, please. I understand wanting vengeance. I swear to you, I do- but killing Pelham, it'll feel good for a moment, but that's it. Now, we got enough evidence to put this bastard away. I want him in a prison cell, sir, not you.
Mr. Leddy: What makes you think I'm going to prison? When you get here, you're gonna find two bodies.
Steve: Think about Jenny. Would she really want this? You're not a killer.
[Chin confronts Adam Noshimuri over meeting YakuzaoyabunGoro Shioma]
Chin Ho Kelly: It's a one-way plane ticket to Tokyo. Leaves tonight. If your relationship with Shioma is so complicated that you can't explain it, I can't let you marry my cousin tomorrow.
Adam Noshimuri: [sets aside ticket] I'm not going anywhere, Chin.
Chin: Then you better convince me why I should let you stay.
Adam: [sighs] Okay. Goro Shioma was my father's mentor. They were as close as brothers. When my father started his business, Goro was the one who staked him the money to get it off the ground. He's made millions off that initial investment and continues to. Look, you don't just walk away from someone like Goro. It had to be done the right way - face to face.
Chin: So what happened?
Adam: I offered to buy him out, but he wouldn't accept. Said the only way out was to leave the same way my father came into the business. With nothing.
Chin: Adam, are you really willing to give up all of this for Kono?
Adam: [chuckles] Yeah, Chin. You know your cousin. She was never one for material things anyway.
Max: Good morning. I have a tuxedo fitting, so I'll be making this quick.
Danny: Oh, what are you doing? You doing powder blue, or, uh, crushed velvet?
Max: While both are valid choices, I will be attending Kono's wedding in a more traditional palette.
Danny: Pea soup green?
Max: Unlike you, Detective Williams, I have no insecurities when it comes to bold colors.
Steve: He's right-- you hate color.
Danny: I hate color? I don't hate color. I like color very much.
[Steve and Danny are discussing the case when Catherine walks in wearing her dress]
Steve: [looks Catherine up and down] Wow.
Catherine: So, you approve?
Danny: Yeah, no, I think, I think what, uh, my ape-like friend meant to say is that you look, uh, fantastic, right?
Steve: [grins] Wow.
Danny: He said it again. All right. Well, I'm gonna let you two talk. And maybe he'll come up with more than one syllable.
[Steve and Danny are interrogating Josh Bennett to find out where the warhead is]
Bennett: You remember where you were when 9/11 happened? Remember what followed? Cause and effect, Commander. We had a chance to neutralize the threat, but we took our boot from off of their throats and now we don't feel safe anywhere. Airplanes, movie theaters, shopping malls... How are we supposed to raise our children in a country when they're constantly looking over their shoulder?
Steve: So what are you gonna do? Kill thousands of innocent people to make that point?
Bennett: It's a small price to pay to ensure the future of this country. Think of all the lives that were lost before Roosevelt finally got us into World War II. And that all started right here, on this island, at Pearl Harbor. What's done is done. By this time tomorrow, we'll be dropping bombs all over the Middle East. Only this time, we're not gonna stop until we turn that place into a parking lot. [Steve is speechless and walks away in anger]
Danny: You know what? The military was right. You are insane. Okay? You're insane.
Bennett: That's been said about a lot of great patriots who had the courage to stand up for what they believe in.
[Steve and Danny are flying out to release a W80 warhead underwater]
Danny: Fantastic. Well, I guess the good news is that dying would be better than looking at your bald head for the rest of my life.
Steve: What are you rambling about?
Danny: I got a nuke at my foot, okay? What am I rambling about? If we don't die, which is a gigantic if, I'm gonna be microwaving eggs with my finger, okay?
Steve: Nobody's gonna die, Danny.
Danny: Oh, really? Look, it's, uh, it's Dr. Strangelove-- he's back. Aren't you the one who said that residual radiation is-is not so bad, but it's the direct contact that is?
Steve: No, I didn't say that exactly.
Danny: Oh, well, you implied it. You basically said ...
Steve: Listen to me, just listen to me.
Danny: that I'm standing on the thing.
Steve: Listen to me, all right? One kid is one thing, Danny, but two kids is something else, all right? And g-guess what, you got two kids now. You got two kids now, and one of them needs you to go home and do something really important for him, all right? So you don't get to die today, even though it would make my life a lot quieter.
McGarrett: No, I didn't bail. I've been planning the op.
Danny: The op???
McGarrett: Yeah. I secured a ring. I reconned a location. Now I just got to execute.
Danny: [sarcastic] Wow. [deadpan] I mean, it just, it sounds so romantic the way you say it, you know? I mean, I could see it now...you and Catherine in matching camouflage cargo pants on some very exotic shooting range, and you get down on one knee, and you say, "Babe, I want you to join my unit for a lifelong mission." I mean, it's every girl's fairy tale.
Ua 'o'oloku ke anu i na mauna (The Chilling Storms is on the Mountains) [6.3]Edit