Hawaii Five-O: …And They Painted Daisies on His Coffin  » TV  »
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  • It's one of the best TV show scores in history
  • I believe this is also the first time in season one that we get to see McGarrett in a gray suit instead of his normal blue suit

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      The premise behind Hawaii Five-O: …And They Painted Daisies on His Coffin is that while off-duty, Danny Williams (James McArthur) chases a suspect and ends up shooting him. However, the gun he claims the man has isn’t there, so Williams is accused of a killing him. Thus, it’s up to McGarrett and

      Five-O to find out what really happened. Williams is also affected by the youth of the gunshot victim and begins to question his actions. McArthur gets to broaden the range of his acting in this episode, exploring emotions that aren’t normally part of his role on the show.

      This is a good chance ...


      • to praise Hawaii Five-O for its wonderful opening theme and music. It’s just the tops. It always has me verbally bopping along and feeling upbeat. It’s one of the best TV show scores in history.

        I believe this is also the first time in season one that we get to see McGarrett

        in a gray suit instead of his normal blue suit. It doesn’t happen often, so when it does, it stands out.

        There’s plenty of drama here, especially when Williams ends up indicted by the grand jury for murder. Of course, it all resolves itself but the fun is in getting to that point.




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