Episodes 8.10 + 8.11
I didn’t have much time ‘between the years’ and I couldn’t really force myself to watch 8.11 again completely so here we go with a double feature of Let’s pic(k) Steve. I felt sorry for the Vets in the last episode, they deserved better. Actually their acting was pretty impressive, I liked it. The case wasn’t that bad either and I liked Santa McG. I didn’t like the superannoying rest. And now I will shut my mouth. My Christmas tree is still sparkling. Peace. leiCa
Bought a north sea shrimps salad. And now toothbrush heads, printer’s ink, iPhones and razor blades are bloody cheap.
Merry Christmas from Cokie, LeiCa and Sam to everyone who celebrates this time in whatever form.
Have a good and peaceful gathering with friends, family and loved ones.
Chi McBride Appears in a PSA for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at the End of the Episode
“O ka mea ua hala, ua hala ia.”– When a man accused of killing his wife threatens to commit suicide, Grover reveals how he too was once on the brink of taking his own life, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, Jan. 12 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Chi McBride appears in a PSA for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at the end of the episode.
O ka mea ua hala, ua hala ia is Hawaiian for What is Gone is Gone
“Ka hopu nui ‘ana”– When an FBI agent who was cracking down on organized crime is killed, McGarrett rounds up every gang-related criminal on the island to find the culprit. Also, McGarrett tasks Adam with forming a new division within Five-0 to take on organized crime, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, Jan. 5 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Ka hopu nui ‘ana is Hawaiian for The Round Up
“I ka wa mua, I ka wa ma hope.” When Danny is shot while quarantined in the hospital with McGarrett, Tani and Junior, he’s left unconscious and clinging to life, imagining a future for everyone in Five-0.
Well, then. Sorry guys, you will have to deal with me attempting another review. Sam’s computer/internet issues remain unresolved at present and I can’t begin to tell you that I am going into withdrawal! Thankfully, we can still use WhatsApp or I would probably be more insane than I am.
This won’t be a normal review. Since storytelling seems to be the way to go these days, we will bring you a Christmas story, told in part by our Ghost-of-Christmas-Past-Present-and-Future. I hope you enjoy the tale.
Now, this is all tongue in cheek and downright silly. Please, if you take offense at poking fun at certain individuals, this story isn’t for you. I warn you, if this is you, just turn back now. We won’t hold it against you…
Still here? OK, let’s begin. Cokie
I hope it is clear as a day that the voice over – uhm – voice is no one other than AOL himself. Saying that, I’m angry at myself that we did not include the word ‘tremendously’. Well, you all know my addiction to this word. Now I hope you enjoy Cokie’s and my joint venture tremendously. And if you can’t enjoy it tremendously, just leave with a ladylike contenance. Oh, and Alex: Can you please voice over the introduction too? Even if it’s not italian, there are the words tremendously (4 times now) and contenance in it. Thank you. leiCa
There was so much movement, this episode was hard to snap. Had to try it anyway. The episode was too good to resist. Hope you have fun, maybe the last pic(k)s for this year. Don’t know if I find time the next weeks! Maybe just only two or three very special ones. Depends on the episodes.
You exit the helicopter AOL876 by pressing… Bullshit. You don’t exit a chopper with McG inside.
8.09 – Make me kai
When investigating a deserted yacht adrift at sea, McGarrett, Danny, Tani and Junior are exposed to a deadly bioweapon and the rest of Five-0 have only eight hours to find an antidote, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, Dec. 8 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
CBS translated Make me kai to Death at Sea