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Hawaii Five-0 Teaser: When Do You Negotiate?

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When do you negotiate with terrorists? That question will be posed on Monday's new episode of Hawaii Five-0, with the answer possibly being related to the following quote, courtesy of the following promo:

You have one hour. A second longer and I shoot a kid.

Indeed, the team will go up against a woman who abducts 16 children from a school bus on "Pahele." Can McGarrett and company race to their rescue in time? Get your first look at what's to come now:

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i love five o they should bring more episode

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OK i don't watch H50 for the plot or the procedurals which a lot of other shows do so much better. I watch for Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan, and the rest of the team - excluding Lori. Eye candy, i don't have a problem with it. And for a while i really enjoyed the character stuff they were building in Season 1 and the relationships in the team especially the (idiotic word) bromance. But seriously, this week's episode was just painful to watch - everything seemed very forced even the relationship with Steve and Dano - all forced. I'm getting really worried this series is going to get cancelled because of the worsening writing. What started out so well in Season 1 just seems to be going nowhere with plot devices so painful and hackkneed you can almost see the actors wincing when they say their lines. C'mon writers and directors (of which there seem to be tons) lets get back to that quality in Season 1.

Hawaii Five-0 Season 2 Episode 11 Quotes

Joe: How about you treat me to a Shrimp Jambalaya and we'll call if even.
Steve: You are the only man on the planet who would see Jambalaya as even for the end of their career.

Steve: This is my fault.
Joe: My actions are my own responsibility.

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