|Real Name:||Alicia Brown|
|Originally From:||Honolulu, Hawaii|
|Current Location:||Honolulu, Hawaii|
|Family:|| Sienna Brown (Daughter)
|First appearance:||No Ke Ali'i' Wahine A Me Ka Aina|
|Portrayed by:||Claire Forlani|
Alicia Brown is a retired FBI profiler.
Season 7 Edit
We are first introduced to Alicia Brown in No ke ali'i wahine a me ke 'aina; she is a profiler who is reluctant to help the Five-0 task force in finding the serial killer that is putting chess pieces in the victims mouths.
In He Moho Hou, she finally agrees to help Five-0 when a dead body shows up in her bed as a message from the killer. We see at the end that they may have a suspect in mind based on something they saw in the therapist's office.
In Hu a'e ke ahi lanakila a Kamaile, she and Steve are kidnapped by serial killer/therapist Dr. Madison Gray. Dr. Gray stabs them in the back, then puts them in a water cave to die; however, Steve saves her from drowning, and they are rescued by the Five-0 team.
In Hahai i nā pilikua nui, it is discovered that Alicia's daughter Sienna is not actually dead, as earlier presumed; she was just hidden by Madison Gray in a cabin.
She prefers being in solitude than around people, but after she finds and rescues her daughter (with the help of Steve McGarrett) she says that she'd like to go out with Steve, Sienna, and herself at a restaurant.
- Her Daughter Sienna, was captured by a serial killer; she was found in the later half of season 7 alive.
- In Makaukau 'ce e Pa'ani, Steve is revealed to be single.
- In No Ke Ali'i' Wahine A Me Ka Aina Steve once again claims to be single.
- She has a phobia of drowning.
- Later shown to have a relationship pending with Alicia Brown in Hu a'e ke ahi lanakila a Kamaile. However in Ka makuahine a me ke keikikane is again in a confirmed relationship with Lynn Downey.
|Makaukau 'ce e Pa'ani||No Ke Ali'i' Wahine A Me Ka Aina||He Moho Hou||Hu a'e ke ahi lanakila a Kamaile||Ke Ku 'Ana||Ka hale ho'okauweli||Ka makuahine a me ke keikikane||Hana Komo Pae||Elua la ma Nowemapa||Ka Luhi||Ka’ili aku||Ka 'Aelike||Ua ho'i ka 'ōpua I Awalua|
|Ka laina ma ke one||Ka Pa'ani Nui||Poniu I Ke Aloha||Hahai i nā pilikua nui||E mālama pono||Puka 'ana||Huikau nā makau a nā lawai'a||Ua malo'o ka wai||Waimaka 'ele'ele||Wehe 'ana||He ke’u na ka ‘alae a Hina||Ua mau ke ea o ka 'aina i ka pono|
|Fire Will Never Say that It Has Had Enough||Dog Days||Your Knife, My Back. My Gun, Your Head||No Matter How Much One Covers a Steaming Imu, The Smoke Will Rise||At Kama'oma'o, The Land of Activities||Unfolded by the Water are the Faces of the Flowers||The Royal Eyes Rest Above||The Trail Leads To A Diving Place; Do Not Follow After||Death at Sea||The Future is in the Past||A Tall Tree Stands Above the Others||The Round Up||What is Gone is Gone|
|The Children of Kalaihaohia||A Coral Reef Strengthens Out into Land||Only the Stars of Heaven Know Where Pae Is||The Fire Blazed Up, Then Only Ashes Were Left||To Do One's Duty||No One Has Ever Died For the Mistakes He Has Made; Only Because He Didn't Repent||Kind Is the Bird of Kaiona||The Answer to the Riddle is Seen||Though the Fish is Well Salted, the Maggots Crawl||What Parents Will Do, Children Will Do||The Tough Branch That Does Not Break in the Kona Gale||Ancients Exposed|