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Hoapono (2010)

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The episode opens with ex-Navy SEAL Graham Wilson being pursued by the HPD, fleeing the scene of his wife's murder, and taking a group of tourists hostage aboard the USS Missouri in Pearl Harbor. He claims to be innocent and uses the hostages as leverage to force the authorities to find the real killer, allowing them four hours to do so. Governor Jameson's assistant Laura Hills assigns the case to Five-0. McGarrett sneaks aboard the Missouri alone while the rest of the team try to piece together what actually happened at the crime scene. The team discovers that Wilson was prescribed antipsychotic medication that he had stopped taking, and as a result is suffering from blackouts during which he may have killed his wife without realizing it. On-board Missouri, McGarrett's plan is assisted by Ed McKay , a retired sailor who had served with McGarrett's grandfather on the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor. After Wilson's daughter is kidnapped, it seems apparent he was framed, and team shifts priority to recovering the girl. McGarrett prevents HPD SWAT from killing Wilson, and although he's cleared for his wife's murder, he still faces charges for the hostage-taking.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "Hawaii Five-0 (season 1)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.