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      Hawaii Five-O: Not That Much Different focuses on student protestors who confront a foreign official. The man decides to address the protestors and when shots ring out, one of the protestors is killed. At first, the assumption is that the shot was meant for the foreign representative, but soon

      it becomes clear that the bullet killed its intended target.

      There’s a really intense scene at one point where the leaders of the student protest have a sort of trial for the person they think might be responsible for the death of the protestor. In truth, the student has been set ...


      • up by one of them. I was very pulled into this scene. It was a bit long perhaps, but it was dramatic.

        The guest cast for Hawaii Five-O: Not That Much Different included Sperry MacNaughton, Lee Paul, Dennis Cooney, Stewart Moss, and Jadeen Vaughn, but the most impressive of all was

        Ann Prentiss who turned in an emotional performance that is memorable.

        This episode isn’t a favorite of mine. I do like parts of it, but the overall drama doesn’t hold my interest. I was glued to the screen a couple of times, but then I was bored at other times.




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