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    • by Orrymain

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      Things get personal for Five-O when one of their team is injured in Hawaii Five-O: Twenty-Four Karat Kill. The team goes after a gold-smuggling outfit that is led by an arrogant man named Johnny Fargo, played convincingly by Kaz Garas. Fargo is very sly and adept, so catching him isn’t easy. To

      do so, under the advice of the governor (Richard Denning), a female agent is brought in to help snare the criminal.

      Marj Dusay is very good as the bait, or rather as Andrea, the agent working to capture Fargo. Dusay is capable of playing a variety of roles. She’s beautiful and strong-willed in her portrayals,

      • which is what makes this a success. It’s actually her acting that makes Hawaii Five-O: Twenty-Four Karat Kill as good as it is. Garas, too, contributes to this.

        There’s not a lot else that is special about this first season episode of Hawaii Five-O. It’s a lot of chasing and tracking down of the

        bad guys and then the suspense over whether or not Andrea will be okay, so there’s a lot of drama, but it’s all pretty much wrapped up within this main story. The angst over the injured team member occurs early on but doesn’t continue throughout the show.

        All in all, this is a solid entry for the crime drama.

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