Starring Jack Lord, James MacArthur, Zulu, Kam Fong, Richard Denning, Peggy Ryan, and Harry Endo.
Guest Starring: Herbert Lom, France Nuyen, Jeff Corey, Henry Darrow, Ron Feinberg, Beth Brickell, Monte Markham, Soon-Tek Oh, Sheilah Wells, Marie Windsor, Buddy Ebsen, David Canary, Judi Meredith, Vic Morrow, John Ritter, Diane Hull, Michael Burns, Jeanne Cooper, Annette O’Toole, Don Chastain, Barney Phillips, James Hong, Marion Ross, Michael Strong, Robert Fields, Sam Melville, Jack Kruschen, Leigh Christian, Jackie Cooper, Lou Antonio, Linda Ryan, Norman Alden, David Opatoshu, Marc Marno, Seth Sakai, Manu Tupou, Moses Gunn, Albert Paulsen, Nephi Hanneman, Maura McGiveney, Herb Jeffries, Richard Morrison, Fred Titcomb, Hume Cronyn, Jiro Tamiya, Lane Bradford, James Olson, Loretta Swit, Malachi Throne, Rick Marlow, Donald Pleasence, Dana Wynter, Roger C. Carmel, Tim O’Connor, Murry MacLeod, Lee Paul, Miko Mayama, Barry Sullivan, Ed Flanders, H.M. Wynant, Milton Selzer, Jason Evers, Ray Danton, Jay Robinson, William Valentine, William Watson, Joanna Barnes, Simon Oakland, Bill Edwards, Morgan Upton, Kwan Hi Lim, Mark Jenkins, David Birney, David Doyle, Alan Vint, Richard LePore, Maree Chetham, James Davidson, and more.
Episode 39- Welcome to Season 4! Five-O kicks it off by investigating a couple of skeletons and a beguiling portrait in “Highest Castle, Deepest Grave”; and then in “No Bottles…No Cans…No People” tackles an up and coming mobster who throws away his enemies…literally. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 40- A killer is targeting women to fulfill a specific fantasy in “Wednesday, Ladies Free”; and in “3,000 Crooked Miles to Honolulu” a faculty group is a cover for a half-a-million dollar scheme. Monte Markham, Soon-Tek Oh, Buddy Ebsen, and David Canary. All-star shenanigans. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 41– A charming panhandler and his girlfriend steal money from an embezzler in “Two Doves and Mr. Heron”; and a sniper opens fire on a busy road and a stand off with HPD and Five-O ensues in “…And I Want Some Candy and a Gun That Shoots”. Young John Ritter in a top hat and Miss Jeanne Cooper stealing the show. Minor trigger warnings for homophobia, a mass-shooting like scenario, and mental illness. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 42– We’ve got a clever theft ring in “Air Cargo -Dial for Murder” and a wild robbery plot in “For a Million…Why Not?” There is an excessive number of corpses being shipped in this episode. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 43– Steve shows his disdain for a neat case in “Burning Ice” and then Five-O finds themselves on the receiving end of a psychological game in “Rest in Peace, Somebody”. You’ll definitely want to watch these episodes before you listen. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 44– We’re getting mobbed in this episode! In “A Matter of Mutual Concern” there’s a mob war a’ brewin’. And in “Nine, Ten, You’re Dead”, a man uses mob resources to avenge his injured fighter. Minor trigger warning for the use of some Asian racial slurs in “A Matter of Mutual Concern” and cockfighting in “Nine, Ten, You’re Dead”. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 45– Five-O once again tackles environmental concerns in “Is This Any Way to Run a Paradise?”. Mild trigger warning: we’ve got a bigoted character with strong anti-Asian feelings in the ep. And the return of Lewis Avery Filer in “Odd Man In” means the return of Daniel R. Budnik to the show. As always, we’ll be talking spoilers from about 1:07:40 to about 1:24:17. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 46- Steve finds himself being used to help eliminate a witness in “Bait Once, Bait Twice”. And the reboot crew tackles an assassination plot during Thanksgiving in “Hau’oli La Ho’omaika’i”. Come for the short shorts, stay for the turkey shenanigans. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 47– It’s finally time for Season 4’s two-parter and it’s a doozy! “The Ninety Second War” starts off with a car wreck and ends with a missile launch, with an extensive frame job, a doppelganger, and a trip to Switzerland along the way. Oh and Wo Fat. Can’t have all of this fun without him. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 48– Season 4 is winding down as Five-O attempts to put away a man who attacked a woman in “Skinhead” and figure out a bizarre shooting in “While You’re at It, Bring in the Moon”. Major Trigger Warning! for “Skinhead” as it is a sexual assault case. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 49- Season 4 is almost over, but couldn’t end before I talked with Dan Budnik about my favorite episode. Between “Cloth of Gold” and “Goodnight, Baby- Time to Die!” we’ve got a whole lotta comeuppance happening. Minor trigger warnings for watching “Cloth of Gold” as it has mentions of sexual assault. Also Spoiler Warnings for “Goodnight, Baby-Time to Die!” from about 1:02:18 to about 1:19:49. So, heads up! Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 50- As the end of Season 4 looms, an interesting trio come together to assassinate a mob boss in “Didn’t We Meet at a Murder?”, and then Five-O goes gloriously undercover to bust a heroin ring in “Follow the White Brick Road”. We’re come to a close with some amazing aloha shirts. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher
Episode 51– Season 4 comes to a close with “R&R&R”. A killer is targeting the wives of servicemen who are meeting them in Hawai’i for R&R. I also do an inadequate season wrap-up as per tradition. Soundcloud iTunes Spotify Stitcher