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No you didn't Agent Kaye (Hawaii Five-O Season Premiere)

Agent Kaye on Hawaii Five-O
Agent Kaye on Hawaii Five-O
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Uh, for those of you who didn't see the season premiere Hawaii Five-O episode last night--you may want to catch up online before reading. For the rest of goes...

Agent Kaye is down with Wo Fat. Yepper-- from the moment that short-haired brunette appeared on my fave show, Hawaii Five-O, I knew she was up to no good. Actually, to add a little Texan lingo in there, 'She did the fool'. It was so painfully obvious. Nobody believed a 'sistah' but now I get to say, fo' shame on all you disbelievers! Let's be real, the writers of the show had to add that twist to the story for the cliffhanger and to drive us into this season. Besides, how else could Wo Fat always be three steps ahead of the dynamic task force?

Agent Jenna Kaye [Larisa Oleynik] --oh you elven, boyish and innocent acting deceiver, was too much of the contrast to a scorned woman on the hunt to avenge her love. Not to mention she arrived to the tropical island around the same time as Wo Fat. Come on people, get a clue.

Anywho, what do you feel is Agent Kaye's REAL connection / agenda with Wo Fat?

TRIVIA: What multiple Emmy awarded TV show, starring Jon Hamm, did Larisa oleynik star in?

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Kandie Delley is an author, actor and producer living in North Texas. Her book Tempestuous Tales is now available as an eBook on Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook and other digital formats.

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Your wish is granted...or is it?

An urban legend becomes a nightmare in Tempestuous Tales, when three women face the tragic consequences of an unexplainable vanishing, a sadistic marriage and a visit from beyond the grave, after an ancient talisman grants their wishes. Tempestuous Tales adds a modern twist to three classic American short stories: The Monkey’s Paw by W.W. Jacobs, Night Drive by Will F. Jenkins and Bluebeard’s Bride by Sarah Holland, based on the works of Charles Perrault.


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