It was great to see a new episode this week for a change.
This Kahala estate (MLS# 1102574) was featured in this week’s episode
Waikiki was used again as the backdrop for the opening murder scene in a hotel. Don’t worry, this doesn’t really happen in real life. The Five-O Team get some leads which takes them to a superhero convention shot at the Hawaii Convention Center.
It turns out, the victim just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Someone was actually breaking into the hotel room to get back something that was very important to them. When they confront a career burglar that was traced to the hotel, they ransack his stolen goods to find out what was so important.
A video tape featuring a prominent local business man was uncovered that linked him to another unsolved murder. Chin Ho and Kono go to his home in Kahala to question his wife. After they catch up with him, they discover his speech was so genuine he could not have done it. It turns out his wife was guilty, not only of killing the woman he was having an affair with, but also her doings to get back the evidence led to a second homicide, where the episode began.
Just when we think all is good and the case is solved, the mystery of Wo Fat resurfaces as McGarrett works with a CIA agent to find out why he is so elusive. They have a common goal of taking him down for good. The episode ended on a thriller which left us waiting for more…
This infinity pool is a great feature of the home (MLS# 1102574) not seen in the episode
The home that was featured more than once in the episode is an incredible home. It’s built by Pyramid Premier Properties and is one of the nicest homes on the market in Kahala! Pyramid does some really nice, high-end homes and they are located right next door to our new office in Kahala.
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