I mean, we got Danny Williams: Kamekona calls me, like, twice a day. Also, McGarrett and Danny discover a dead body when they delve into the illegal and highly profitable black market for sand. Why am I gonna walk away from it? Hawaii Five-0's 200th episode finally saw the opening of Steve and Danny's restaurant, though solving a cold case left the cops taking another look at their priorities. Steve McGarrett: And, if I may, to knowing when to quit. You told me you didn't want to get shot at. Rather than getting angry, Danny says he also wants to leave the restaurant, saying he'd rather die from a bullet than from the stress of running a restaurant.
Steve McGarrett: What about the. Danny Williams: run as restaurateurs. An associate of the H50 team, and Kono's husband. . Also, McGarrett and Danny get ready for the opening of their restaurant. And I love my job. Steve makes a face and fist pumps.
Danny Williams: Passionate, successful Steve McGarrett: Yes. Clifton Powel to Oahu for a visit tainted by sibling rivalry, and Five-0 investigates a thief who is crushed to death by an empty safe. Milton then reveals to Steve that he and his grandfather were close to solving a cold case involving the disappearance of a young woman back just before he died, and he gives Steve a briefcase belonging to him that holds all of the evidence he had gathered from the mysterious case — which a prestigious police After the party Steve gets inspired and begins to look at the evidence, and when he falls asleep he goes into a dream sequence in the past featuring himself as his grandfather, Danny as Milton and other members of the cast as people related to the investigation. The experience leaves Steve to reconsider some things in his life, including his role in the new restaurant. Steve is pleased to see his friends and co-workers enjoying the food, while Danny finds himself frustrated. I'd rather die from a bullet than die from the stress of running this place. The partners then celebrate being able to leave the business without drama with a drink.
He says that he can negotiate selling their share of the business to their other partner and get out of the commitment without much problem. Meanwhile, McGarrett investigates a little girl who drew pictures depicting the scene of a recent murder before it was discovered. Also, McGarrett is threatened with a secret from his past. Danny Williams: If you're out, I'm out. Photos: Pictured L to R: Chosen Jacobs as Will Grover, Michelle Hurd as Renne Grover, Louis Gossett Jr. Danny Williams: and our very short and-and beautiful Steve McGarrett: Yes.
Danny Williams: but successful Steve McGarrett: Passionate. I know you're gonna be mad. Steve McGarrett: No, it's not a joke. Also, Grover plays the golf game of a lifetime, and Kamekona incites a riot by price-gouging on his shave ice. Steve and Danny are now having a grand opening of their restaurant!!! Steve McGarrett: I thought you were sick of dodging bullets.
He tells Steve that he was his grandfather's best friend and always wondered how much more he would've accomplished had he not been killed during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Danny Williams: If you're out, I'm out. Also, Adam returns to Oahu with some devastating news about his marriage. Deaths Quotes Steve McGarrett: What am I doing running a restaurant, Danny? He wants to buy us out of our share, so claps Don't move, don't move. Friday's new episode began with Steve Alex O'Loughlin and Danny Scott Caan hosting a soft opening event with friends and family for the restaurant they have been working to open for a long time now. Wo Fat was Steve's nemesis for a large part of the show. A conspiracy expert and an associate of the H50 team.
To Steve McGarrett: Okay Danny Williams: to us Steve McGarrett: Yes. Medical Examiner for the Hawaii Five-0 team. Steve McGarrett: What did you say? Also, Adam finally gets closer to finding out who killed his sister. The special episode featured the cast in their best 1940s vibes, matched with accents, cigarettes and the typical banter we know and love. Sergeant with the Honolulu Police Department.
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