Hawaii Five-0 (2010 TV series, season 2)

The second season of the CBS police procedural drama series Hawaii Five-0 premiered on September 19, 2011 for the 2011–12 television season. CBS renewed the series for a 23 episode second season on May 15, 2011. Two fictional crossovers with NCIS: Los Angeles occurred during the season in episodes six and twenty-one. The season concluded on May 14, 2012.

Hawaii Five-0 (2010 TV series, season 2)
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Season 2 U.S. DVD cover
Starring
Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes23
Release
Original networkCBS
Original releaseSeptember 19, 2011 (2011-09-19) –
May 14, 2012 (2012-05-14)
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List of Hawaii Five-0 (2010 TV series) episodes

The series continues to center on the Five-0 Task Force, a specialized police state task force established by the Hawaiian Governor that investigates a wide series of crimes on the islands, including murder, terrorism, and human trafficking. The second season introduces a new governor, after the murder of his predecessor. However, unlike the previous governor, the new one orders changes to the task force. Taryn Manning did not return as a main cast member however, did make a guest appearance. In addition, the season includes two new main cast members, Masi Oka, who recurred in the first season, and Lauren German, who debuted in episode two and began receiving in "Also starring" credit in episode five. German departed after episode sixteen. Alex O'Loughlin missed some filming as he was seeking drug treatment for pain management medication during the production season.

The second season ranked #26 for the 2011-12 television season, had an average of 11.83 million viewers, and received mostly positive reviews.[1] "Haʻiʻole", the season premiere, brought in the most viewers for the season with 12.19 million; meanwhile, the season finale, "Ua Hala" had the fourth highest amount with 11.42 million. The series was also renewed for a third season on March 14, 2012 which later premiered on September 24.

Cast and charactersEdit

 
Cast of Hawaii Five-0 season 2 from left to right:
Grace Park, Daniel Dae Kim, Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan, and Lauren German

Main castEdit

RecurringEdit

EpisodesEdit

The number in the "No. overall" column refers to the episode's number within the overall series, whereas the number in the "No. in season" column refers to the episode's number within this particular season. The titles of each episode are in the Hawaiian language, though its English translations are directly underneath. "U.S. viewers (millions)" refers to the number of viewers in the US in millions who watched the episode as it was aired.

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251"Haʻiʻole"
"Unbreakable"
Steve BoyumPeter M. Lenkov & Paul ZbyszewskiSeptember 19, 2011 (2011-09-19)20112.19[3]

After Steve McGarrett is arrested for Governor Jameson's murder, Danny brings in Joe White, to help clear him. Victor Hesse, aids in McGarrett's escape by stabbing him. On his way to the hospital, McGarrett breaks out and escapes. Kono Kalakaua is suspended, but assists Chin Ho Kelly. She finds Wo Fat meeting with a weapons buyer, Kurt Hauff and is caught. McGarrett hides in Max Bergman's home. Joe White finds a lead in Mokoto. The team finds video footage taken from the governor's office. Believing the camera is still present,the team finds it and video footage proves McGarrett's innocence. The new governor Sam Denning reinstates Five-0, except Kono, who is still under review. Kono escapes and warns the team that Wo Fat is leaving the island. The team storms his boat but cannot find him on board; Kono also kills Hauff. Danny discovers footage of a meeting between John McGarrett, Governor Jameson, and Wo Fat on the camera, and Steve suggests asking Hesse about the meeting. Before they can question Hesse, Wo Fat kills him and is seen being driven away by Jenna Kaye.

Note: This is the first episode to feature Masi Oka as a main cast member[2]
262"Ua Lawe Wale"
"Taken"
Duane ClarkMelissa Glenn & Jessica RiederSeptember 26, 2011 (2011-09-26)20211.26[4]
Governor Denning assigns Homeland Security officer Lori Weston (Lauren German) to Five-0 to ensure the team follows the new rules set by him, and to also apply her profiling skills to the task force. Their first investigation is the kidnapping of teenage paddleboard champion Jenn Hassley (Hayley Chase); they have 24 hours to find her because she is taken without the medicine she needs to stay alive. The first suspect, Matt Porter (Jason Rawcliffe) is found dead. However, Five-0 later discovers Porter actually rescued girls from religious cults and changed their identities. The team find a cult in the island of Lānaʻi, led by her grandfather Steven Carter (Bruce Davison), a cult that rejects all modern teachings, believing that society and its own trappings are the workings of the Devil. Realizing Five-0 are on to him, he attempts to escape with Jenn by plane, but McGarrett prevents it from taking off with a horse. Meanwhile, Jenna leaves the team after receiving word that her fiancé may still be alive, while Internal Affairs captain Vince Fryer (Tom Sizemore) strips Kono of her badge.
273"Kameʻe"
"The Hero"
Jeffrey HuntElwood ReidOctober 3, 2011 (2011-10-03)20311.07[5]
Five-0 probe the death of a Navy SEAL, one of Joe White's former charges. Initially ruled as a suicide, the team discover he was drugged and was shot in the head to mimic a suicide. Sometime later, the team uncovers the death of another SEAL in a car accident, however Max finds he was killed before the accident. It emerges that both SEALs were part of a covert team tasked with taking down a Central American drug cartel. In response the cartel sent out a professional hitman, and is after the third SEAL. The assassin poses as a pilot, doses the SEAL who is going skydiving with a sedative, and then throw him out of the plane. However, McGarrett rescues him, while Chin Ho and Danny take down the assassin. The Navy later uses the intelligence Five-0 gathered to take down the cartel for good. Meanwhile, Chin Ho worries about Kono after she starts hanging out with a group of dirty ex-cops, including Frank Delano (William Baldwin).
284"Mea Makamae"
"Treasure"
Duane ClarkDavid WolkoveOctober 10, 2011 (2011-10-10)20410.07[6]
The severed hand of deep-sea diver Blake Spencer is found in the waters of Waikiki. Five-0 discover that he found treasure from a sunken galleon off the Oahu coast, which later turns out to be fake. When they find Blake's boat, McGarrett and White dive to find a sunken army ambulance from 1939, which houses the remain of his dead grandfather; he only wanted to find his body to give his mother (Patty Duke), who is suffering from Alzheimer's disease, closure. The murderer is revealed to be Jimmy Koller (Brian Guest), who worked with Spencer and killed him when he believed he wanted the found treasure. Meanwhile, Chin Ho realizes Kono logged onto HPD's database with his password, which she is using to grant Delano access. McGarrett realizes White did not release the video with Wo Fat, Governor Jameson, and John McGarrett to the Department of Defense; White claims he was trying to protect John.
295"Maʻemaʻe"
"Clean"
Steve BoyumStephanie SenguptaOctober 17, 2011 (2011-10-17)20511.07[8]

Five-0 investigates the death of a volleyball coach, which leads them to a married couple where he stayed, Carl and Trisha Joyner. Trisha ends up missing, and Carl is killed by a sniper. Lori and Chin look for her in a motel room, however they end up mortally wounding a gunman, who is being driven by Kono. They are looking for Joyner because they have money they are hiding from Delano. When Five-0 arrest Kono, Fryer reveals she is working undercover to stop Delano. Kono is brought back to Delano, who finds Trisha, who guides them to a bank where his money is being held. Trisha is reluctant to give the money, however, Kono reveals that she is an undercover cop and that she will help her. After he recovers the money, this whole 'mission' looks quite suspicious to the bank. One worker threatens to press the silent alarm button, but Delano takes a worker hostage and Five-0 and HPD apprehend the gang. Kono is reinstated to the task force. Meanwhile, Chin Ho and his former fiancee Malia (Reiko Aylesworth) begin spending time together again.

Note: This is the first episode to feature Lauren German as a main cast member.[7]
306"Ka Hakaka Maikaʻi"
"The Good Fight"
Larry TengKyle HarimotoOctober 24, 2011 (2011-10-24)20610.70[9]
Five-0 investigate the murder of local restaurant owner and philanthropist Jake Griffin, seemingly by a series of home invasions in the area; the team believe the burglars are escalating. However after catching the gang, they realise they did not murder the man. It is later revealed the murderer was Griffin's brother-in-law mixed martial arts (MMA) instructor Marshall Martel (Shawn Hatosy), the husband of Griffin's sister Samantha (Annie Wersching), who attempted to cover it up as a home invasion gone wrong. Later, McGarrett participates in a charity MMA fight against Chuck Liddell, taking the place of another fighter (Gino Anthony Pesi) whom he injured after Martel attempted to frame him. Meanwhile, Joe White calls in L.A NCIS agent Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) to review the video of John McGarrett, Governor Jameson, and Wo Fat, but only recognizes the word "Shelburne". When White returns home, he encounters Wo Fat, who tries to kill him. After White pushes him away, he goes to Mokoto, but finds Wo Fat beat him to it and killed Mokoto.
317"Ka Iwi Kapu"
"Sacred Bones"
Joe DanteMichele Fazekas & Tara ButtersOctober 31, 2011 (2011-10-31)20710.60[10]
Christian O'Connor and Kat Forrester, a young couple is murdered on a heiau while shooting a documentary on a Halloween night. During the autopsy Max uncovers a fingerprint from a criminal who was killed by his girlfriend several months before. Later, while examining the burial ground through ground-penetrating radar, Five-0 initially assume they are dealing with a serial killer when they find several bodies not belonging to the ancient Hawaiians. They track down the killer, Jacob Garrison, who turns out to be a body parts trafficker for the black market, however he burns himself alive to prevent capture. Meanwhile, Danny ignores the warnings of his co-workers and a drifter (Robert Englund), and later finds out the hard way the consequences of trespassing on the burial grounds. Danny then decides to buy one of the victims' apartments, but changes his mind after believing that he saw the ghost of one of the tenants before ordering the team to pack up everything much to their dismay.
328"Lapaʻau"
"Healing"
Steve BoyumJoe HalpinNovember 7, 2011 (2011-11-07)20810.32[11]
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent Monica Jensen is found dead inside a Cessna that crashes off the coast of the North Shore. Max's autopsy reveals she was dead long before the plane even took off. Five-0 learns that before she died Jensen was investigating possible illegal activities at a medicinal marijuana shop. Further investigations reveal she had an unofficial informant, which leads them to an illegal poaching ring. It is ultimately revealed Jenson's murderer is a pilot, Liam Miller (Jon Gries), who also kidnapped a doctor selling him faux medicine to cure his cancer, which worsens. Danny decides to adopt Jensen's dog.
339"Ike Maka"
"Identity"
Bryan SpicerMike SchaubNovember 14, 2011 (2011-11-14)20911.71[12]
Sergeant Duke Lukela and his team in the HPD uncover a car theft ring but pass the case on to Five-0 after a bandaged body is discovered in the trunk of one of the cars. The team find it nearly impossible to identify the victim because he took extensive plastic surgery. When they find the surgeon who worked on the victim, he used a fake name. Eventually, they find that the victim, Jimmy Sheehan, was placed in witness protection after he witnessed an Irish Mob hit in Boston. Five-0 tracks down the mobsters in Oahu, but learns they had nothing to do with his death; it turns out Sheehan actually died from complications with the plastic surgery, and the surgeon attempted to cover it up. Meanwhile, Danny is forced to sleep on McGarrett's couch until he can find another apartment. Elsewhere, Steve and Danny try and figure out why Max is ignoring them and acting overly friendly to Lori.
3410"Kiʻilua"
"Deceiver"
Kate WoodsPeter M. Lenkov & Paul ZbyszewskiNovember 21, 2011 (2011-11-21)21010.59[13]
Bethany Morris is found murdered in her apartment. Jenna receives news her fiance is alive, but wants McGarrett to rescue him in North Korea. When they arrive Jenna double crosses McGarrett, revealing she is working with Wo Fat, and captures him in exchange for her fiance. Wo Fat delivers on his word to Jenna but she finds him dead. Wo Fat later interrogates and tortures McGarrett to find out what Shelburne is. Meanwhile, a link is found between Jenna and Bethany. When they learn of McGarrett's capture, they and Joe White along with a SEAL team go on a mission to rescue him, and enlist the help of one of Joe's friends, who is a helicopter pilot. Jenna then gives McGarrett a pin to help him escape while Wo Fat kills Jenna by shooting her, while an enraged Steve who witnesses the killing vows revenge for Jenna's death. Wo Fat escorts McGarrett to an air field. En route however, Five-0 and the SEALs attack Wo Fat's convoy and rescue McGarrett, once again Wo Fat escapes with Danny being the first to find Steve in a truck. As they return to Hawaii, Chin Ho announces he is engaged to Malia again.
3511"Pahele"
"Trap"
Paul EdwardsMelissa Glenn & Jessica RiederDecember 5, 2011 (2011-12-05)21111.01[14]
The episode starts with the Governor announcing that a large shipment of cocaine was seized by a previous bust. In retaliation, a school bus full of private students is hijacked. The kidnappers, who work for a drug cartel, demand that Five-0 return the large shipment of cocaine. Denning eventually allows McGarrett to deliver the drugs to a van. However, the van later explodes, apparently on orders of the leader of the Cartel who posed as a low-level thug and was imprisoned- with the drugs destroyed,the case against him would be dismissed. Five-0 eventually tracks down the children to a cement factory, rescuing them and killing the kidnappers. The father then recognizes one of the heads of the gang, who is in prison claiming he is only a low-level member. Joe White is forced into an early retirement after rescuing McGarrett in North Korea, however he continues to investigate "Shelburne". According to Hiro Noshimuri, Shelburne is an unidentified person, the only one Wo Fat fears. White is later seen calling an unknown person and telling them that they have to move before revealing that McGarrett is getting too close in his investigation.
3612"Alaheo Pauʻole"
"Gone Forever"
Jeff T. ThomasElwood ReidDecember 12, 2011 (2011-12-12)21211.17[15]
Three teens discover a body in an abandoned World War II bunker but when Steve and Max examine the body for themselves, they discover that the supposedly dead victim is actually alive with the team's investigation later leading them to cross paths with newly promoted Chief of Detectives, Vince Fryer.
3713"Ka Hoʻoponopono"
"The Fix"
Steve BoyumStephanie SenguptaJanuary 2, 2012 (2012-01-02)21311.90[16]
A 17-year-old girl is found smothered to death in her bedroom. Before her death, she stole $5,000 from her father after her best friend Carolyn (Courtney Coleman) was blackmailed for having sexual relations with their school principal. When the blackmailer discovers he also recorded the girl's murder, Five-0 find she was killed by a professional hitman. The team finds that the father was working as a juror following a case where substandard Chinese steel was used to construct an $800 million building. The defense lawyer in the case (Sam Anderson) set up the girl's murder in order to get an alternate juror to be more favorable to him. Five-0 arrive at the building to arrest the lawyer and the contractor, however the lawyer falls to his death. Meanwhile, Joe returns from Japan again and is later kidnapped by Adam Noshimuri (Ian Anthony Dale), Hiro's son, who believes he murdered him. When McGarrett later rescues him, Joe reveals he actually faked Hiro's death, but would not say why. McGarrett gets angry at this, knowing that he went through torture by Wo Fat.
3814"Puʻolo"
"The Package"
Christine MooreDavid WolkoveJanuary 16, 2012 (2012-01-16)21410.73[17]
A Trans-Hawaiian Parcel truck is violently robbed in broad daylight but Kono's investigation reveals nothing missing. They reluctantly rely on Sang Min's help when it has emerged that one of the couriers smuggled 100 electronic chips used in passports to allow smugglers to forge them. Sang Min (Will Yun Lee), who is reluctant to get involved due to Wo Fat, who killed Victor Hesse and Governor Jameson, being on the loose, assists them in bringing them down, and in return he is transferred to the mainland to hide from Wo Fat. Meanwhile, Danny is called to the hospital to help his ex-wife Rachel deliver her baby as her husband Stan is out of town. The Yakuza attempts to have Joe killed. Seeing as how the situation is getting out of hand, Joe eventually agrees to tell Adam that his father is in hiding and he, Adam and McGarrett must work together to stop Wo Fat. Later, Joe reveals to McGarrett that he is Shelburne, and he killed Wo Fat's father.
3915"Mai Ka Wa Kahiko"
"Out of the Past"
Larry TengBill NussFebruary 6, 2012 (2012-02-06)2159.97[18]
A Marshal and friend of Danny's is found dead. Five-0 begins searching for the prisoner he escorted, Rick Maguire but soon discover that Maguire died two years ago, and that someone is posing as him. It is revealed the person in question is Rick Peterson, Danny's ex-partner from New Jersey who was jailed for corruption. Peterson returned seeking revenge against Danny who testified at Peterson's trial. Peterson kidnaps Grace while disguised as a HPD officer. Peterson instructs Danny to call Stan to meet, and then kill him so that he would go to prison for murder, resulting in him losing Grace; the only thing Danny cares about. As the two meet, the rest of the team discover Peterson's intentions and arrive at the scene but are too late to stop Danny, who shoots Stan. However, it turns out that he only wounded him to trick Peterson. After Peterson is arrested by Kono and Chin, an enraged Danny approaches Peterson, demanding from him to give Grace's location. Peterson gives up the location and reveals Grace is being held in a self-storage. After Danny and Steve get Grace out of the container, she, Rachel and Danny have an emotional reunion.
4016"I Helu Pu"
"The Reckoning"
Eric LaneuvillePaul ZbyszewskiFebruary 13, 2012 (2012-02-13)2169.70[19]

Five-0 finds a young woman dead in a hotel where Denning is hosting a silent auction charity event. However, Denning refuses to lock down the hotel, choosing instead to launch a low-key investigation so as to not disrupt the event. The team finds a link between the victim, Victoria Chase, and the corporation Garlin International. It is revealed that the victim's sister Amanda worked there and was raped by her boss, Dimitri Vonikov. Five-0 then suspect Vonikov murdered the victim as she was seeking revenge. However, they cannot question Vonikov because he is hiding out in the Russian consulate. To lure him out, Chin Ho breaks into the consulate, setting off an international incident. McGarrett chases Vonikov, but both get hit by a car driven by Five-0 member Lori Weston. Kono surreptitiously obtains a blood sample from Vonikov during his surgery, proving Vonikov was the murderer. Despite the case being solved, the fallout from the international incident prompts the Governor to punish Lori by forcing her resignation from the task force.

Note: This is the last episode to feature Lauren German as a main cast member.
4117"Kupale"
"Defender"
Steve BoyumNoah Nelson & Lisa SchultzFebruary 20, 2012 (2012-02-20)21710.40[20]
After McGarrett returns home from reservist training, Five-0 probes the death of Brandon Koruba, a local shipbuilder who enjoys Hawaiian history, in the jungle near the site of a historical war re-enactment he participated in. The team realise Koruba was targeted by a fundamental environmentalist group after he was planning to introduce a ferry that would apparently damage the eco-systems of the Hawaiian waters. When Five-0 arrests the leader of the group, his defense lawyer reveals that Koruba actually backed out of the project after realizing the pollution threat. By then the team shifts priorities to Koruba's business partner, who was set to lose money after the project was pulled, and must find him before Koruba's grief-stricken widow does. Meanwhile, McGarrett and Danny argue about Danny's apprehension to introducing Grace to his girlfriend Gabrielle Asano.
4218"Lekio"
"Radio"
Bryan SpicerKyle HarimotoFebruary 27, 2012 (2012-02-27)2189.58[21]
Five-0 probes the death of pirate radio DJ Bobby Raines (Dennis Miller), who was killed in his home studio by an IED. The investigation pauses temporarily when his body is stolen by his fans, known as "Acolytes". When the body is recovered, they uncover a prime suspect, retired NYPD bomb expert Tony Archer (James Caan, Scott Caan's father), whose team of officers was a constant target of Raines. However they find the two are actually good friends. Together, they learned that Raines worked for a charity financing emancipations. One suspect has motive when Raines emancipated the suspect's son. In the conclusion, it turns out that the killer was Karen Whitfield (Tanya Clarke), only to be killed herself by her male accomplice.
4319"Kalele"
"Faith"
Frederick E. O. ToyeJoe HalpinMarch 19, 2012 (2012-03-19)2199.31[22]
McGarrett's sister Mary (Taryn Manning), returns to Hawaii for a visit, revealing she is now a flight attendant. When she returns to her hotel room, a Liberian man (Tony Todd) forces her to smuggle $20 million worth of conflict diamonds to New York, or else fellow flight attendant and friend Angela will die. She is caught before she can board the flight, and the team now have nine hours until the plane lands, and save Angela. After the confiscated diamonds are stolen by the brother of Kaleo (Jason Scott Lee), whom Danny put away for murdering his partner last year, Five-0 and Chief Fryer team up and enlist the help of August March (Ed Asner), who served a 30-year sentence for smuggling diamonds. They find the Liberian man, who claims that Angela has set up her own kidnapping in order to scare Mary into cooporating. Although Angela is nowhere to be found, Mary is allowed to return to work. Angela meanwhile, sells the diamonds to August, who then kills her.
4420"Haʻalele"
"Abandoned"
Jerry LevineElwood ReidApril 9, 2012 (2012-04-09)22010.30[23]
The body of a young woman is found, and Max's autopsy reveals the trademarks of a serial killer known as "The Trashman", even though the apparent killer has been imprisoned. Max wants the Trashman case reopened to find the real killer. Max also reveals that his birth mother was the Trashman's second victim. In the investigation, Five-0 finds a link between all the past and current victims; all women gave birth and left their infants to the same parish. The team finds evidence that links the caretaker to the killer.They later find that he has arthritis, and could not have committed the killings. Max returns to the parish to find that the deacon is the true killer, who kidnaps him. As Chin Ho and Kono arrive, Max breaks free and kills the deacon with a shard of glass. Meanwhile, Kamekona believes someone has stolen his shrimp truck but as it turns out, he just forgot to renew his licence, causing the City of Honolulu to impound the truck. Later, Danny tries to call Steve who ignores the call with Steve later shown to be in Tokyo, Japan, ready to board a plane.
4521"Pa Make Loa"
"Touch of Death"
Bryan SpicerMichele Fazekas & Tara Butters & R. Scott GemmillApril 30, 2012 (2012-04-30)22110.91[25]

With McGarrett still out of the country, Five-0 investigates the death of a former army soldier from an advanced form of smallpox. They find that the victim, and several others who are missing, were exposed to smallpox believing they were testing with a new form of antidepressant. They find a suspect, Dracul Comescu of the Romanian Comescu crime family. Agents Sam Hanna (LL Cool J) and G Callen (Chris O'Donnell) of NCIS: Los Angeles are called in to assist Five-0; as Callen has history with Comescu. They track a payment Comescu made in Sand Island, and find a lab where the other tests subjects are found. After arresting Comescu's driver, the team learns that Comescu took some vials to sell them. They stop the sale from taking place, and Callen kills Comescu. However, the vials turn out to contain saline, and that the disgraced doctor Comescu worked with, Jarrod Prodeman, took the vials and has already arrived in Los Angeles.

Note: This episode begins a crossover with NCIS: Los Angeles that concludes on "Touch of Death".[24]
4622"Ua Hopu"
"Caught"
Larry TengStephanie SenguptaMay 7, 2012 (2012-05-07)2229.39[26]
In Osaka, McGarrett and Interpol find and arrest Wo Fat, who surrenders a bit too easily. In addition, it is revealed that Wo Fat found and killed Hiro Noshimuri and that Kono is dating Hiro's son, Adam. In Honolulu, the rest of Five-0 trace a phone call Wo Fat made to an undercover CIA agent, Wo Fat's "get out of jail free card", who is found dead. As McGarrett and Wo Fat's plane approaches Hawaii, McGarrett finds that the pilots are Yakuza; during the struggle the plane crashes in the Oahu jungle, leaving McGarrett and Wo Fat as the only two survivors. After McGarrett subdues Wo Fat, a helicopter full of Yakuza operatives arrives with intent to kill Wo Fat in revenge for the death of Hiro Noshimuri. McGarrett kills all the Yakuza members and flies the helicopter to the airbase. On landing, they are surrounded by Adam's men. However, the Five-0 team arrive and Kono talks Adam out of killing Wo Fat, and then kills Adam's lawyer, who had murdered the CIA operative, just as he tries to kill Adam. McGarrett later escorts Wo Fat to a prison cell.
4723"Ua Hala"
"Death in the Family"
Steve BoyumPeter M. Lenkov & Paul Zbyszewski & Elwood ReidMay 14, 2012 (2012-05-14)22311.42[27]
Danny learns Stan and Rachel are moving to Las Vegas, and faces losing custody of Grace. After arriving at the scene of a fake murder, Fryer is killed. Five-0 investigates the scene, the shooter wounds Max before escaping with a police car. The team chase the shooter to HPD headquarters, where they use a gas leak to blow up the building. Max tells Joe that the shooter is a woman. The culprit, Hillary Chaver, was a criminal Fryer and Delano once worked to catch, until she faked her death. Five-0 tracks her to a veterinarian as she is seeking treatment. Chaver fires at the team, but McGarrett kills her. It becomes apparent that Chaver had a partner who also worked with Delano; Chin is blackmailed into breaking Delano out of prison after Kono and Malia are kidnapped and Delano forces Chin to choose which one to save. Chin chooses Malia, but after arriving at home finds she has been shot. In the meantime, Delano instructs Chaver's partner to dump Kono into the ocean. Meanwhile, McGarrett and Joe return to Japan where Steve meets Shelburne, who turns out to be his dead mother.

CrossoversEdit

The season featured two crossovers with NCIS: Los Angeles. The first crossover event took place in the sixth episode, entitled "Ka Hakaka Maikaʻi" (or "The Good Fight" in English), Daniela Ruah made a guest appearance as her NCIS: LA character Kensi Blye; the episode aired on October 24, 2011.[28] The second event took place in the form of a two-part crossover.[29] Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool J appeared as G. Callen and Sam Hanna in the twenty-first episode of the season titled "Pa Make Loa" ("Touch of Death") on April 30, 2012.[24] In the second part, Scott Caan and Daniel Dae Kim appeared in the NCIS: Los Angeles third season episode "Touch of Death" which aired on May 1, 2012.[30]

ProductionEdit

DevelopmentEdit

On May 15, 2011, CBS renewed Hawaii Five-0 for a second season which premiered on CBS on September 19, 2011.[31][32] Filming for the season began on July 11, 2011 with a traditional Hawaiian blessing.[33] As of March 2, 2012 the twentieth episode was being filmed and production was ahead of schedule.[34] On March 14, 2012 the series was renewed for a third season.[35] The season concluded airing on May 14, 2012.[36]

CastingEdit

Taryn Manning is the only main cast member to not return after departing the series in the middle first season; however, she did reprise her role as Mary Ann McGarrett as a guest star in the nineteenth episode of the season.[37][38][39] On May 16, 2011 while the first season was still airing it was announced that Masi Oka, who recurred as medical examiner Max Bergman, would be promoted to a main cast member for the second season.[2] It was reported on June 21, 2011 that Terry O'Quinn was cast as a Navy Seal Lt. Commander,[40] meanwhile on June 27, 2011 it was announced that Tom Sizemore would recur in a multi-episode story arc throughout the season.[41][42] On July 12, 2011 it was announced that Lauren German had been cast in a recurring role, beginning in the second episode, as Special Agent Lori Weston, a potential love interest for Alex O'Loughlin's character Steve McGarrett.[43] She was later upgraded to a series regular beginning with the fifth episode.[7] Larisa Oleynik who also recurred in the first season reprised her role as former CIA operative Jenna Kaye[44][45] William Baldwin also guest starred in a multi-episode story arc.[46] On August 18, 2011 it was reported that Daniela Ruah would guest star in a crossover episode as her NCIS: Los Angeles character Kensi Blye.[47][48] In episode nineteen, Ed Asner reprised his role as August March from the original series episode "Wooden Model of a Rat:, footage from the episode was used for March's second appearance.[49] During a second crossover event later in the season LL Cool J and Chris O'Donnell also appeared in an episode as their respective NCIS: Los Angeles characters Sam Hanna and G. Callen.[50] On March 2, 2012, CBS announced that O'Loughlin would miss shooting some episodes of Hawaii Five-0 to seek drug treatment related to pain management medication prescribed after a shoulder injury.[34] He makes a brief appearance in episode twenty and does not appear at all in episode twenty-one.[51] German departed the series in the sixteenth episode and was subsequently cast in Chicago Fire.[52]

Release and marketingEdit

On July 12, 2011 it was announced that the season would have an advanced premiere screening on September 10.[53] The annual event known as "Sunset on the Beach", featured a red carpet and interviews with the cast and crew at Waikiki beach in Honolulu, Hawaii.[54] When CBS released their fall schedule on May 18, 2011 it was revealed that the series would keep its time slot from the first season and continue airing on Mondays at 10 p.m. Eastern Time.[55]

ReceptionEdit

Critical responseEdit

Kevin Yeoman with Screen Rant stated about the series premiere "Hawaii Five-0 managed to do what it does best in the season 2 opener: move at such breakneck speed that the audience hardly has time to recognize the implausibility of it all" and that "The plot of ‘Ha'i'ole’ is paper-thin, as are the majority of the characters and their motivations".[56] Jim Garner at TV Fanatic says "I have to hand it to Peter Lenkov, he certainly knows how to shake things up and give us a dramatic ending".[57]

Awards and nominationsEdit

On May 18, 2012 it was announced that the series had been nominated for three Teen Choice Awards in the 2012 Teen Choice Awards ceremony.[58] Hawaii Five-0 as a whole received its second nomination for Choice Action Series. Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park both received their second nomination for Choice TV Actor Action and Choice TV Actress Action respectively.[59][60] All three nominations were lost.[61] As part of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards at the 64th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards, stunt coordinator Jeff Cadiente was nominated for an Emmy Award in "Outstanding Stunt Coordination" for the episode "Kameʻe".[62] Composers Keith Power and Brian Tyler won the "BMI TV Music Award" at the 2012 BMI awards.[63]

RatingsEdit

No. Episode Air date 18-49
rating
Viewers
(millions)
Weekly
rank
Live+7
18-49
Live+7 viewers
(millions)
1 "Haʻiʻole" September 19, 2011 3.4[3] 12.19[3] #24[64] 4.6[65] 15.79[65]
2 "Ua Lawe Wale" September 26, 2011 3.3[4] 11.26[4] #22[66] 4.4[67] 14.94[67]
3 "Kameʻe" October 3, 2011 3.2[5] 11.07[5] #23[68] 4.3[69] 14.46[69]
4 "Mea Makamae" October 10, 2011 2.7[6] 10.07[6] N/A 3.8[70] 13.28[70]
5 "Maʻemaʻe" October 17, 2011 3.1[8] 11.07[8] #25[71] 4.2[72] 14.39[72]
6 "Ka Hakaka Maikaʻi" October 24, 2011 3.1[9] 10.70[9] N/A 4.3[73] 14.12[73]
7 "Ka Iwi Kapu" October 31, 2011 3.0[10] 10.60[10] N/A 4.1[74] 14.10[74]
8 "Lapaʻau" November 7, 2011 3.1[11] 10.32[11] #23[75] 4.3[76] 13.96[76]
9 "Ike Maka" November 14, 2011 3.3[12] 11.71[12] #18[77] 4.4[78] 15.08[78]
10 "Kiʻilua" November 21, 2011 2.8[13] 10.59[13] #15[79] 4.1[80] 14.35[80]
11 "Pahele" December 5, 2011 3.0[14] 11.01[14] #20[81] 4.2[82] 14.37[82]
12 "Alaheo Pauʻole" December 12, 2011 2.8[15] 11.17[15] #15[83] 4.2[84] 14.82[84]
13 "Ka Hoʻoponopono" January 2, 2012 2.9[16] 11.90[16] #11[85] 4.1[86] 15.29[86]
14 "Puʻolo" January 16, 2012 2.8[17] 10.73[17] #18[87] 3.9[88] 14.24[88]
15 "Mai Ka Wa Kahiko" February 6, 2012 2.7[18] 9.97[18] #24[89] 3.7[90] 13.08[90]
16 "I Helo Pu" February 13, 2012 2.7[19] 9.70[19] #25[91] 3.7[92] 12.77[92]
17 "Kupale" February 20, 2012 2.9[20] 10.40[20] #21[93] 4.0[94] 13.67[94]
18 "Lekio" February 27, 2012 2.5[21] 9.58[21] #25[95] 3.6[96] 13.09[96]
19 "Kalele" March 19, 2012 2.5[22] 9.31[22] N/A 3.5[97] 12.36[97]
20 "Haʻalele" April 9, 2012 2.6[23] 10.30[23] #12[98] 3.6[99] 13.42[99]
21 "Pa Make Loa" April 30, 2012 2.5[25] 10.91[25] #14[100] 3.5[101] 14.33[101]
22 "Ua Hopu" May 7, 2012 2.3[26] 9.39[26] #25[102] 3.2[103] 12.41[103]
23 "Ua Hala" May 14, 2012 2.7[27] 11.42[27] #14[104] 3.6[105] 14.42[105]

Home video releaseEdit

Hawaii Five-0: The Second Season
Set details Special features
  • 23 episodes
  • 6-disc set
  • 1.78:1 aspect ratio
  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 5.1, with subtitles)
    • Subtitles in English, Spanish, and Portuguese
  • Audio commentaries on "Ha'i'ole" and "Ki'ilua"
  • Shore Lines: The Story of Hawaii Five-0 Season 2
  • Aloha Action! Season 2
  • Becoming a SEAL: An Insider's Guide to the World's Toughest Training
  • Hawaii Five-0'Ahu: An Interactive Guide to Season 2 Locations
  • Touch of Death (NCIS: Los Angeles Crossover Episode)
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
Release Dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
September 18, 2012 September 24, 2012 April 12, 2013

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