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  • Pray Love Remember, Pray Love Remember is okay, but it's never been an episode I like all that much

    • by Orrymain
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      My favorite part of Hawaii Five-O: Pray Love Remember, Pray Love Remember is about a third of the way in when McGarrett has a conversation with a young girl named Mioshi. McGarrett’s been investigating a murder at an educational institute and is still searching for

      clues. While he’s there, Mioshi gets his attention and asks if he finds people. Then she asks if he finds fish.

      At first, McGarrett just gives her a smile and says no and starts to walk away, but then he stops and comes back. Their entire conversation is just wonderful as she tells him about the two missing fish from the pond outside the facility. She even gives him a picture she drew. I just love this part of the story. It’s the best. Kudos to ...


      • Hawaii Five-O: Pray Love Remember, Pray Love Remember
      Marlo Ko for making this scene so genuine and pleasurable to watch.

      As for the murder, there are two suspects, the victim’s boyfriend and a mentally challenged man. Denny Miller of Wagon Train fame plays the emotional boyfriend while Ron Feinberg portrayed the IQ-deficient man.

      Both do admirable jobs, though neither is a favorite of mine.

      All in all, Hawaii Five-O: Pray Love Remember, Pray Love Remember is okay, but it’s never been an episode I like all that much. Except for the scene with Mioshi, I’m just not that excited by the story.




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