The last episode of Hawaii Five – O Season 3 left all of the fans with many unanswered questions, which is Standard Operating Procedure for Hawaii Five-O season ending episodes. What is Doris truly hiding from her son Steve? What will happen to Kono and Adam? How will Catherine’s talents best be utilized in the task force? Will Chin Ho and Danny both succumb to marriage again?
H50 fans are jockeying for answers. Each fan is deciding and wondering what to do: either to sit in the front or to sit in the back. Eventually, they will find their seats and take the ride.
Loyal fans reach up to pull the safety harness down over their heads and bodies while being drawn in to the familiar theme song emanating out from their television sets letting them know that they are firmly locked in and unable to get out and off until the ride is over. These fans will feel the Hawaiian sea breeze gently blow over their faces. They will begin to smell the salt water enticing them to linger only for a few moments while they wait and anticipate themselves being released from the platform. This will be no ordinary ride.
What can fans expect? Peter M. Lenkov, H50′s show runner, tells the fans to “Expect double spirals and triple corkscrews, speeds of 88+ km/h (55 mph), going through inverted loops and experiencing negative G forces, being jostled from side to side as you make your way through the ins and outs of unseen twists, then be taken down into dark depths no one has ever been before, to reemerge up to a height that overlooks what has only been seen from the top of Diamond Head.”
These upcoming rides will induce tears of joy and sadness along with laughter and anger from loyal fans. It will evoke human emotions and perplexing thought and discussions at work, the dinner table, the local tavern, Facebook, Twitter, or any place fans choose to congregate and interact. Some fans may be capable of texting and tweeting other fans their thoughts or points of view while on this ride.
This interactive engagement between the fans is highly encouraged. It is what keeps the H50’s team of writers, cast members and crew fixated on bringing the fans their weekly dose of carguments, beautiful Hawaiian scenery, heart pounding action, drama and all around thrilling entertainment.
The phenomenon of the social media has taken Hawaii Five – O to a higher level of ambassadorship and ohana. It has truly made a global connection with people of diverse cultures and languages and has brought so many people together.
This season, most of the H50 fans must reorient themselves to a different time for viewing. Hawaii Five – O will no longer be shown on Monday nights and instead will now be shown on Fridays. Check your local TV listings for viewing and for setting the DVR.
There is good news for those ardent fans who can afford to come to Hawaii. SOTB4 is scheduled to be held on Thursday, September 26, 2013. All of the Waikiki hotels are preparing and are expecting even more fans this year than there were in the previous years. Fans are encouraged to book early with Hawaii-Aloha to get a good package deal.
Five-O’s favorite Forensic Lab Tech, Brian “Charlie Fong” Yang tells the fans “thanks for all love and support. looking forward to bringing you a great S4“!
Mr. Lenkov laments, “Everyone’s excited to get back to work. We have great stories, great guest stars and great expectations to ‘kick ass’ on our new night.”
Our good friend Mr. Dennis Chun ( “Sgt. Duke Lukela”) adds, “Know that Season 4 will be a great ride. I hope the fans will help CBS rock on Friday nights. I want to give deep Mahalos out for everyone’s aloha and support. Let’s book ‘em.”