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When Daniel Dae Kim directed the season five episode , fans loved how Kim seemed to have a deeper understanding of the characters and how they functioned within the Five-0 universe.
There seems to be a familiar comfort level between the characters when a director understands the many layers that have built this series over the years.
After eight seasons of “Hawaii Five-0,” it is always a treat when one of their own directs an episode.
Fans tend to have a stronger connection to an episode when cast members sit in the director’s chair.
Caan really plays the tough-guy-fixer as well as the suffer-in-silence hero so very well. And knowing that he had almost died because of meeting her, made the wrap-up of this storyline completely satisfying. Lou backs up Mc G while Danny deals with Brooke and identifying Ray’s body.
Along with Danny’s storyline, the case of the week revealed a lot of about Adam and his C. Lou and Mc G really work a case well together, playing off each other while they interrogate Jessie, but Lou does get a taste of what Danny has to go through when Mc G has the keys to someone else’s vehicle. He is being held by the FBI for murder and he learns that the person who may have tried to frame him– is his half-sister.
Even though there were three stories threading throughout the episode– including several flashback scenes in Danny’s plotline– the episode didn’t seem rushed or crammed with plot twists and inconsequential scenes.
The action was fun and purposeful, and viewers were allowed to see the drama unfold almost organically.
Fans have anticipated this particular episode because of their love for O’Loughlin and their eagerness to see how he used his many years of television and film experience to craft an episode of his own show.
Written by David Wolkove and Matt Wheeler, the storylines were respectful of each individual character, and helped to answer a few questions that have stumped viewers this season.
It also gave us better insight into several characters, and increased the drama surrounding the new organized crime division of Five-0.
Adam has had way too many bad days this season, and too many people seem to want dead.
I suppose if you’re running an organized crime investigation if no one wants you dead, you’re really not doing your job.