That was the email Cokie sent me after seeing the last two episodes. You see, she can’t tell me much without spoiling it because I watch the eps a little later than she does. So, she has to be creative to tell me what she thought about it without giving anything away. And I have to tell you she always does a good job with that. 🙂
Anyway, this is not a review in any form or shape for the final episodes, I’ll do that in a couple of days when I have more time for them.
Right now I’m in the mood to celebrate and share the joy, beauty and greatness of the last two amazing episodes.
Where even to start?
This was Five-0! The Five-0 that had been missing most of season 5. This was just delightful, and if people can’t see the difference between these two episodes and the rest of the season… I pity them.
These were the real characters of Five-0, and not the strange clones who had taken their places most of the season.
This was the Five-0 I fell in love with all those years ago.
Why can’t we have this great Danny all the time, why did we have to endure the whiny, bitchy, nasty version instead of what we got in the last two episodes? Why can’t we have this Steve McGarrett all the time, instead of that, at times, very strange out of character version?
Why can’t we have this real Five-0 feeling all season long? The writers obviously have it in them to give us greatness, why not doing it more often?
Before this ends up becoming a review after all, let’s just enjoy the beauty. There will be a post every day for the next week with a scene that reflects what Five-0 is all about for me.
I’ll begin with one that will most likely become my all-time favorite scene with the two boys. This was amazingly shot, just beautiful.
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