‘Heroes’ Reunite On ‘Hawaii Five-0′

November 9, 2011 by staff 

‘Heroes’ Reunite On ‘Hawaii Five-0′, HAWAII FIVE-0 “Lapa’au” Season 2 Episode 8 – In this episode, the team is on the case of an ICE agent who was murdered and then put on a plane before it crashed, all in the hopes of making it look like an accident. That works about as well as it ever does on a show like this and of course Max quickly finds out that it wasn’t an accident at all. I got a kick out of the mini Heroes reunion when Greg Grunberg (as Special Agent Jeff Morrison) joined Masi Oka’s Max in this one. Their scene in autopsy was classic and I loved the “do I know you?” moments between them.

Meanwhile Danny is still stuck living in a dump after discovering the nifty apartment he found last week had a few extra guests, the kind that are non-corporeal. He doesn’t find a new place in this episode but he did find something almost as good – a dog. Turns out Danny is a bit of a dog whisperer and handles the pooch better than anyone else on the team. I was actually a little sad that he gave it to Grace as I was hoping he’d keep it himself but I guess with his schedule, it’s probably not easy to have a pet. I do hope he gets his home situation worked out soon, the crappy hotel room thing is getting a little old and he deserves a real home.

My favorite bits..

I think it’s been a while since I’ve mentioned this so I’m just gonna say again how much I always enjoy the opening scenes of this show, with clips of the beautiful scenery and usually a peek into life on the island. Plus I liked how this time it worked in nicely with the set-up of this episode’s case.

Danny watching Enemy Mine. OMG I used to love that flick. And that scene always made me cry, too.

Steve pointing out that worrying about ghosts would be the least of Danny’s worries if he ran a blue light over that dump. Ew. I so didn’t need that image in my head.

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