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Evil Villains

I watched "Death is a Company Policy" (Season 5) yesterday. I haven't seen it in quite some time, so I had forgotten how evil the villains were.


Piro Manoa (Michael Ansara) was reprehensible! As if insulting his accountant, Miss Simpson (Laraine Stephens) by calling her "Miss Ice Cube" wasn't bad enough, he murdered a former associate, Johnny Resko (Harry Williams); his errand boy, Runny Grose (Richard Morrison), who had supplied him with information regarding Five-0's activities; and Runny's girlfriend, Angie Carroll (Jo Pruden). He was ready to knock off Chris Lahani (George Chakiris) when crime syndicate, Bryce-Halsey, swooped in, in a helicopter, and killed not only Lahani, but also Manoa and his henchmen.


The villains in "Death is a Company Policy" are so evil that one almost begins to see some good in Wo Fat (Khigh Dhiegh). Alas!



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honu59
honu59
Jul 21, 2023

Agreed about Manoa!


Wo Fat...I just watched "The Jinn Who Clears the Way" recently and without blinking an eye, Wo arranged the murders of two members of Chin's extended family. Though I think that there may be some humanity in Wo Fat that he keeps under wraps. Wo visibly flinched when Carl Tu was shot to death on his order, as if he knows that killing is necessary but he doesn't necessarily like it. In "And a Time to Die," Wo tells Dr. Forbes' daughter, Ellen, of a wife and daughter that he lost in the Chinese Revolution. I've always wondered about that short bit and why the writers chose to include it. But things like that add d…

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Steve's Girl
Steve's Girl
Jul 21, 2023
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Maybe he kidnapped another man's daughter to make another father suffer like he suffered.

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