The remake of the TV classic “Hawaii Five-0” (CBS) can be seen each Friday evening at 9/8 p.m. Last night's episode on Oct. 11, 2013 was called, “Ka 'oia'i'o ma loko.” It grabbed 9.08 million TV viewers plus it reached 1.4 million TV viewers in the all important 18 to 49 age demographic. CBS announced that they will let fans of the show help write a storyline for one episode this TV season. You have to visit the official website to 'vote' on how that episode could be filmed.
The episode called, “Ka 'oia'i'o ma loko” opened with a couple getting ready for a dinner in their home. Their baby is upstairs & three unknown gunmen dressed in black walk into that home. They shoot & kill the couple.
“Five-0” begins investigating the double homicide. The couple were philanthropist's who come from the family name of Van Horn. The killers did not rob their home & left the baby alone. Steve McGarrett believes it was a professional 'contract hit.' Meanwhile, Kono & Adam have made it to Hong Kong, China.
The black-sheep of the Van Horn family is a brother who had already spent his inherited fortune. He had a security code to the home of Phillip Van Horn, his older brother who was killed. Steve & Danno track down the black-sheep who sold his code to an unknown male for $15,000.
Chin discovers that the Van Horn family was connected to a group called the 'royal league' who may have had a key that opens a traditional island statute. It holds the rings of a long time legend worth a lot of money if sold on the black market.
Steve & Danno are lead to a warehouse & they find the skeleton of a man who may have been connected to the group seeking those rings. The 'royal league' goes back more than 100 years. The warehouse belonged to a man named Griffin Moore who is believed to have built a fake statute to replace the original one. They find out that the skeletal remains were of Griffin was shot in the head.
Two unknown men have traveled across the ocean to find those rings in the original statute. Who are they? Can “Five-0” catch up to them? Will they untangle a 100 year old Island mystery surrounding those rings?