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I loved this episode. We got to see Steve and Danny together most of he show. I love that they do argue. I agree Amanda, Danny is who he is, the arguments are the basis of the show, the relationship between the two are the basis for the show. Truly good friends, bicker back and forth at times, and also show how they really feel about each other. Danny has said things, but Steve has said things also. It is what it is, and I love it. How hard it must have been for Steve to reveal something in his past that made him feel vulnerable, and how sweet was Danny to buy him a guitar. Danny actually got to drive his car. Although Danny complains about control issue Steve, he still allows him to drive his car. That is friendship.

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I loved this episode. I disagree with the writer, and if you have been watching the show then maybe the review would have been different. I appreciate you pitching in, but don't agree. The psycho for both the crime of the week, and Amber's husband were good actors, and played the part well. You have to be really sick to watch people burn to death. I am not a big fan of Amber, but I actually liked her in this one. We all knew when this character was introduced that she was running from something, its usually from getting caught from law or an abusive person they run from. Yes I would like to see a relationship that works smoothly on this show, but its a great show, and the episode was good as well. I also loved Melina Kanakaredes.

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it's a TV show, they aren't going to kill off the lead. Just enjoy the show, don't read into it too much

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I loved that Kono took a non kill shot. She is skilled enough to do it, so why make him dead. A jail cell is a lot worse off, than death to any terrorist. Loved the Steve and Danny banter about Grace. When ever there is a storyline with Grace in it, I think Scott Caan shines the most. Glad to see Danno back. Also glad he did not ruin her time with her boyfriend. We were all that age.

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I did ask. I still disagree. They are not in the business of keeping a realistic view for any of us, they are in the business of entertainment. I was fully entertained, if you were not, then that is your opinion and you have the right to it. I can name several instances on every episode of every show, where reality is not there. You can't tell a story and have actual reality in 43 minutes. It does not work that way, and you would probably have to have different characters each week, because they would be killed, fired, arrested themselves or they would never catch anyone. Its not going to happen, the more audiences come to terms with that, the more enjoyment they will get out of an episode, if not, then you also have the right to turn it off.

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This was an awesome episode. Joe is a big part of Steve's life, always has been. He can't trust him, though he still cares for him, as shown when Joe took the Van off the pier. We need an ending to the Doris situation, hopefully it will come this season. The episode itself was great. Very exciting. I have something to ask the writer and others who commented on the reality. Since when has an actual terrorist been justified in anything that they do, when has it not been an insane point of view. In the name of whatever God they claim to follow, they feel they are doing the right thing, no matter how many people get in the way. I doubt anything like this will be done, but its TV, just enjoy the episode. Reality is outside your door, not on your TV screen, thats reality.

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I liked this episode. The voice over is like a lot of the older detective shows and the old mickey spillane(?) novels. I like Dr. Shaw, I think she is great with Danny, the other actress was just too young for him. Max will be around. I think they are doing a better job with getting them together than they are with Ellie and Steve. I'm trying not to let my disappointment of Catherine's leaving cloud my judgement. But, I think we all know where this relationship is heading, and I'm just not seeing it work now. Going too fast for most of the fans. I think Steve needs someone in his life, but just not sure about this one. I think they needed to not show their cards the first episode she was in, and leak to the press that Steve would be having a new love interest soon. I'm not one of the crazy people who don't want him to have a love interest, a late thirty something man should have a stable relationship. I would hope she would be more of a normal person, tough enough to survive, but not kick ass. I would like to see a little more of a real person. After all, Catherine was a very long term relationship, and that did not last thanks to whatever circumstances happened with Michelle Borth, so why would someone like her be the next one. The writers need to think about this before they introduce a character. The actress is good, but the situation is just not being introduced like it should be. As for Kono, I hope we see Ian Anthony Dale a few times. I know he has a lot of projects now, but I want to see Kono happy.

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Don't return. We don't need you.

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Hawaii Five-0 Review: A Hero's Mission

Actually Max is a regular as well, and is not on the so called, standard picture. Mr W....actually Michelle Borth tweeted that its not necessarily for good, she is open to coming back at a later time. Thats why the episode reflected that she could be coming back.

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Hawaii Five-0 Review: A Hero's Mission

I was sorry to see Catherine go. I loved her with Steve. They did leave it open for her to return, but I doubt, if she does, it won't be for sometime. Loved that Steve finally said I love you, great emotional scene. Also was Danny's concern. Tissues were used in my house. I'm glad they did it this way, she goes out a hero. Loved every scene. The crime of the week was wrapped up quickly, and had some twists to it. Not looking forward to the end of the season next week, with the long 4 month wait for season 5.