Favorites season 7


In the last two weeks you could vote for your top 5 episodes of season seven. And many people participated.

All in all we gathered 667 and 117 votes. Thank you!

Please remember, this is just a silly voting by fans. It has no meaning for the fate of the show, so don’t get pissy if your episode didn’t make it to the top.

Let’s take a look at the results. In my eyes, nothing surprising there. Personally, I think season seven had some really good episodes, I could have voted for more than five this season. Some that were great fun to watch. Yes, often with silly plot holes and other things to complain about. Liver and radiation poisoning aside, I think season seven was one of the best seasons so far. If you manage to ignore those two absolutely ridiculous plots, you have some great action, drama and fun. But more about that in the editorial which is still in the works. Sorry, but I’m very time restricted at the moment.

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Just a thought


You know, I think it is perfectly OK to rant and rave after the fact. Meaning it is OK to complain after you watched an episode. It is OK to voice your displeasure (or pleasure, of course) with some (or all) parts of an episode.

That is, after you have watched it, and have formed an opinion. But I find it strange to get totally worked up over something you haven’t even seen yet.

People read a spoiler that might or might not come true, and are getting totally out of shape over it. No matter how reliable a source you think it might be, as long as you haven’t seen it in an episode, it is just utter rubbish. And not worth losing your sh/t over it.

Personally, I think it is a waste of brainpower, and a form of disrespect to criticize something you haven’t even seen.

I always wonder why people take something, even the most outrageous things, at face value. I have no problem with people saying “if they are going that route, I will not like it”. The operative word here is IF. But lately, people don’t write in that form, they write like a spoiler is the absolute truth and is what will happen.

Bashing something before the fact is wrong, in my eyes. And kills a lot of the fun.

I also tend to react to spoilers, and I have seen some that I absolutely don’t like. But I will hold my judgement until I have seen the final product. Heck, filming is still a few weeks away. So, why not cool your heels, enjoy the rest of the hiatus and you start ranting late September?

What’s your take on all the spoilers that are flooding the internet? And more importantly, do you think it’s worth the trouble to get nuts about it without any real knowledge? Or should one just lean back and wait for what is to come?

Please keep your comments spoiler free.

Your Top 5 episodes of S 7


I hope everyone had enough time to reflect on season.

So, read through the reminder of the season seven episodes and then make your choice.

As an extra bonus you can name your ONE most favorite episode of season 7. Just type in your favorite episode like this 7.24 or 724, or simply 24; it’s all fine.

And then use the poll to name your five eps in no particular order.

The poll will be open for two weeks.

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7.25 Review

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7.25  –  Ua mau ke ea o ka ʻāina i ka pono

McGarrett risks his life when Five-0 attempts their most dangerous rescue yet of young girls trapped in the sex trafficking ring they have been tracking this year. Also, Kono, deeply affected by the case, makes a life-changing decision, on the seventh season finale of HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, May 12 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CBS translated Ua mau ke ea o ka ʻāina i ka pono to The Life of the Land is Perpetuated in Righteousness

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7.24 Review


“He ke’u na ka ‘alae a Hina” – When McGarrett gets a tip that someone is plotting a terrorist attack on Oahu, Five-0 searches for those behind it before it’s too late.  Also, Chin and Abby have a very difficult decision to make, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, May 5 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CBS translated He ke’u na ka ‘alae a Hina to A Croaking By Hina’s Mudhen

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7.23 Review

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“Wehe ‘ana” – Danny protects a coma patient showing signs of waking who was the key witness from his last HPD case before he met Steve and joined Five-0, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, April 28 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Lori Petty guest stars as Nurse Jenny Kitson, and Michael Paul Chan guest stars as Danny’s former HPD Captain, Tanaka.

CBS translated Wehe ‘ana to Prelude

I’m sure everyone will understand that I won’t do a review for last week’s episode.

But I want to give you a place to discuss the episode if you wish so.

Cokie pretty much summed it up: The episode again showed what a good friend Steve is and asks nothing in return. Showed what a putz D is. Rude, offensive and whiny.

I don’t have much to add, actually. Other than this was one of my least favorite episodes. Ever. I enjoyed Tanaka though. And the WTF-face by Steve after saving Danny’s ass and being insulted for it.

And I was again reminded why I can’t stand the character Danny. What an asshole. You find this offensive? Why? Just interpret into it what all the Danny fans do… I really mean that I love him even though I will never say it, will always insult him. But deep down I love him.

Delusional, if you ask me.

Rest In Peace, Dad

Yesterday at six p.m. my dad passed away.

He died at almost 88 years old. His life was full of laughter, life and love for his family. He went through good times and bad times, but never lost his sense of humor.

He met his wife when they were just teenagers, and he had been heartbroken when she died two years ago. Now they are back together. Forever.

Dad, I will always love you, I will always miss you, but I know you are at peace now.

Thank you for all you have given me.


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