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Hawaii Five-0: Ma'ema'e (Clean)

The FIVE-0's investigation into the murder of the state's women's volleyball coach leads them to find out more bad news about Kono, and Chin Ho reconnects with his former fiancée, Malia.

Source: CBS

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x5
Airdate: Monday October 17th, 2011

Alternate Airdates:

AU (ten) Oct 26, 2011
NL (Veronica) Nov 27, 2011
UK (sky 1) Jan 29, 2012


Guest Stars
William BaldwinWilliam Baldwin
As Frank Delano
Reiko AylesworthReiko Aylesworth
As Dr. Malia Weston
Tom SizemoreTom Sizemore
As Capt Vincent Fryer
Taylor WilyTaylor Wily
As Kamekona
Meredith MonroeMeredith Monroe
As Trisha Joyner
Tania RaymondeTania Raymonde
As Melanie Ayres

Co-Guest Stars
Billy Ray GallionBilly Ray Gallion
As Ray Mapes
Joe ToroJoe Toro
As Brian Scartelli
Rob DuvalRob Duval
As Karl Joyner
Cathy TanakaCathy Tanaka
As Asst. Coach Burns
Blossom HoffmanBlossom Hoffman
As desk clerk
Gary PriceGary Price
As Dwight Murphy
Vai RichardsVai Richards
As branch manager
Ramsey WhartonRamsey Wharton
As news reporter
Main Cast
Alex OAlex O'Loughlin
As Steve McGarrett
Scott CaanScott Caan
As Danny "Danno" Williams
Daniel Dae KimDaniel Dae Kim
As Chin Ho Kelly
Grace ParkGrace Park
As Kona "Kono" Kalakaua
Lauren GermanLauren German
As Lori Weston


The scene opens at the University of Hawaii Stan Sheriff Center. A volleyball game is going on and the Rainbows, Hawaii’s team, wins the match. Later, the coach looks at the plays and hears a sound. He goes out to find the team dumping water over him. He says that they got him and tells them that they were great. Afterward, the coach takes a shower and hears another sound. He comes out and is killed. The next day, Kamekona has his shrimp stand up and Chin Ho comes up and says that he wants some food. Chin Ho goes up to Amelia and says that he had a fun time last night. She asks what is bothering him and he says that Kono has been made the poster child to Captain Fryer’s war on bad cops. Amelia asks if Chin Ho talked to her, but he doesn’t want to yet. He gets a call and says that he will be right there...

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Episode Notes
The Volleyball game at the start of the episode was actually real. The players were casted but the crowd was full for the game with fans coming in to watch and support the team. The Wahine Rainbows also had a game before shooting. Daniel was there to watch the filming and threw crew t-shirts into the crowd between takes.

Other Episode Crew

DeveloperPeter M. Lenkov  |  Alex Kurtzman  |  Roberto Orci
Executive ProducerAlex Kurtzman  |  Roberto Orci  |  Peter M. Lenkov
Co-Executive ProducerElwood Reid  |  Stephanie Sengupta  |  Paul Zbyszewski  |  Steve Boyum
ProducerJeffrey Downer
Co-ProducerJessica Rieder  |  Tony Palermo  |  Melissa Glenn
Consulting ProducerMichele Fazekas  |  Tara Butters
Associate ProducerPeter Tassler  |  Angela Laprete
Production DesignerKeith Neely
EditorScott Powell
CastingJennifer Cooper (1)  |  Rachel W. Sutton
Unit Production ManagerCraig Cannold  |  Jeffrey Downer
First Assistant DirectorMichael Zimbrich
Second Assistant DirectorKatey Wheelhouse
MusicKeith Power  |  Brian Tyler (2)
Music EditorGary Krause
Music SupervisorLiza Richardson
Set DecoratorAlexander Carle
Location ManagerJim Triplett
Transportation CoordinatorJohn Reed
Property MasterJane Gulick
Construction CoordinatorKevin Wenger
Script SupervisorDiane Frauenholz
Production CoordinatorLisa Lee Mitchell
Assistant EditorElisa Cohen
Post Production SupervisorDrew Ysais
Supervising Sound EditorKelly Cabral
Re-Recording MixerAndy D'Addario  |  Ken Kobett
Director of PhotographyJames L. Carter
Story EditorJoe Halpin  |  David Wolkove
Stunt CoordinatorJeff Cadiente
Art DirectorScott Meehan
Sound MixerWalter Anderson
Executive Story EditorKyle Harimoto
Costume SupervisorMichelle Moder  |  Anthony Scarano
Makeup Department Head Jeff Dawn
Visual Effects SupervisorPixomondo
Production AccountantWilliam Chico Powell
Casting AssistantRachel Kronish
Chief Lighting TechnicianNewton Termeer
AssistantRyan Mannix
Casting AssociateLindsay Jameyson
Special Effects CoordinatorArchie Ahuna
Hair Department HeadRita Troy
Supervising EditorScott Powell
First Company GripAne Tranetzki
Theme Song ComposerMorton Stevens
Based On The Series Created ByLeonard Freeman (1)
Theme Song Arranged ByBrian Tyler (2)
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