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Just for Fun . . .

. . . Name your favorite episode or scene in an episode. As you can tell, there are no incorrect answers! Yippee!



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honu59
honu59
2022年4月05日

Agreed, this is such a tragic episode with Eadie Jordan's death at the end. But that was the point: drug use causes senseless, tragic death, even the death of a superbly gifted singer. Nancy Wilson had an amazing voice! I liked it that Steve was a fan of Eadie's, so it was also a personal loss for him. "Trouble in Mind" is an episode that stays with you. It's hard to forget.

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Another of my favorites is the scene from "Trouble in Mind" with Nancy Wilson when she was singing on stage and McGarrett drives up at "The Shell" and stands next to his car and admires her singing. He let out an exhale like he was really enjoying what he was hearing. I cry every time I watch this episode because the ending was so sad. Probably was one of the best episodes written.

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H50 1.0 FOREVER
H50 1.0 FOREVER
2022年2月26日

Interesting take, Mrs. McGarrett.

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One of many favorite scenes is from the episode Forty Feet High and It Kills! I love the part where McGarett is driving his car along the beach with the Professor's daughter/assistant and they are watching the surfers and he's asking her if she is going to stay after the conference is over. Love it when McGarrett was trying to "put the move" on the pretty ladies.

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honu59
honu59
2022年2月27日
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There are times when Steve can't resist a pretty face, LOL!

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Steve's Girl
Steve's Girl
2022年2月26日

Another scene I like in "Highest Castle Deepest Grave" is the very bittersweet one when Steve and Danny meet in the office late at night, rather early in the morning. Steve talks about the impression the painting of the late Mrs. Mondrago had made on him: "It shows the woman you always wanted but could never get."

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honu59
honu59
2022年2月27日
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That scene and that comment stuck with me, too. It was such a personal comment, nothing to do with the case. We didn't get a lot of that in the show, but it gave us another dimension of Steve's character - the man, not the cop.

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