Another year has passed since we last celebrated Alex O’s birthday. One could think another year older, but no, he’s not getting older, he’s getting better.
Honestly, he really is at his best right now. At least looking back, who knows what the future will bring.
But no matter how many candles are on his cake, we wish him all the very best in the world. Health, happiness and lots of love. We would also like to extend these wishes to his family; his happiness with his life’s situation shines through and makes him the man he is.
Congratulation, Alex O! And thank you for entertaining us with your talent.
Sam and Cokie
Thanks to BeeM for the news. Looks like we’re getting 25 episodes this season.
COMING UP in the premiere of HAWAII FIVE-0 (Friday, Sept. 23): McGarrett refuses to listen to Danny’s pleas to take it easy while recovering from surgery after the body of a serial killer is left in the Five-0 headquarters with an ivory chess piece in his mouth. When a second serial killer is found dead with another chess piece, Five-0 goes on the hunt for the vigilante as fear grows that it’s not safe to travel to Hawaii. Also, McGarrett finds comfort in talking to someone with a very special connection to the team. Rosalind Chao recurs as Governor Keiko Mahoe, and Claire Forlani recurs as Alicia Brown, a retired criminal profiler. @HawaiiFive0CBS
So, who is this special someone? Any guesses?
Oh, by the way, the original text from CBS said MacGarrett. Guess they are slightly confused.
Let’s enjoy some blue Steve. Often complained about by many; but I love his blue shirts. Well, I love anything blue associated with Steve.😉 He does look darn good in it.
Today it’s time for some ActionSteve. Watch out for tomorrow’s BlueSteve.😉
I guess it was unavoidable at some point. So, let’s talk about the new show for a bit.
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Ice Bucket Challenge funds ALS gene discovery
(read the article below the video)
Who would have thought that a fun challenge for a good cause would have such an impact!
So many people helped to make this a success; not just the many celebrities, but also so many ‘normal’ people rising to the challenge.
With creativity and initiative, we all can change the world. At least can help make it a better place for some.
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