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'Hawaii Five-0' 4x20 sneak peeks: Fun days never last long

Fans of "Hawaii Five-0" need to get ready for more big action on CBS. The team will try to stop an attack on this week's episode, but the gang always finds some time to have a little fun too. On April 23, Spoilers Guide shared two sneak peeks for the next episode, "Hawaii Five-0" episode 4x20 titled "Pe’epe’e Kanaka." That translates to 'those among us.' The Hawaii Five-0 CBS Facebook also shared photos for the episode.

McGarrett will need to stop a terrorist attack on U.S. soil on Hawaii Five-0.
McGarrett will need to stop a terrorist attack on U.S. soil on Hawaii Five-0.Photo by Frederick M. Brown

Daniel Dae Kim and Chi McBride are in the first clip, and it is time for a fishing lesson. Chin Ho tries to teach Grover how to catch fish on the islands. Grover isn't a fan of harpoon fishing though. Chin Ho does tell him how good McGarrett was when he went out. That adds new fire to Grover. He jumps back in, and he comes back up with a huge fish. He immediately wants Chin Ho to send a photo of the catch to McGarrett because it is three times the size of any fish McGarrett caught.

The second sneak peek features Alex O'Loughin, and it shows him chasing down a suspect. The suspect makes a terrifying leap to end the clip. Why was McGarrett chasing down this man? This week's case involves the death of a pool cleaner. The investigation will lead the team to a terrorist cell of students planning an attack on U.S. soil. The photos for the episode do show off the investigation featured on this week's episode.

Only three episodes of season four of this CBS series. Fans know that CBS has picked up the show for a fifth season. Before the season ends, fans will need to watch Michelle Borth's exit from the series. That will happen on episode 4x21. The reason for her character's exit on the series has not yet been revealed, but it will be a huge send off, according to previously released spoilers. "Hawaii Five-0" will continue to air on Friday nights on CBS.