|He Kane Hewa'ole (An Innocent Man)|
|Season 1, Episode 14|
|Air date||January 11, 2011|
|Written by||Peter M. Lenkov & Paul Zbyszewski|
|Directed by||Chris Fisher|
Chin and Kono join HPD who are engaged in a high-speed chase but the chase ends in tragedy when the car crashes, resulting in the driver suffering injuries which later kill him. Kono and Chin soon make a grim discovery about the contents of the box that the driver was carrying, prompting the team to launch a full investigation.
With Kono at the wheel, she and Chin decide to join in.
The chase ends in tragedy, though when the car crashes, fatally wounding the driver while Chin makes a grim discovery about the contents of the box: it contains a human head.
Eventually, the driver succumbs to his wounds and dies with the team learning that the dead man's family are all illegal immigrants from China.
Investigation reveals that the severed head is a man named Henry Duncan who was a thyroid cancer patient under the care of Dr. Malia Waincroft, Chin's former fiancée.
The team soon discover that the victim's wife, Nicole Duncan has gone missing. Steve and Danny question Nicole's father, Robert Rovin but Rovin is acting unusually strange, almost as if he has to be somewhere.
Steve and Danny leave but begin tailing Rovin whom they follow to the dock.
Steve later kills the man who ordered Rovin to come and discovers that it's Spencer Owens, Nicole Duncan's lover and also the same man Kono interviewed earlier.
The team put the pieces together and learn that Nicole was the mastermind of the plan all along: she planned on getting the money from her father so that she and Spencer could run away together to Paris because France has no extradition laws concerning citizens from the United States.
Steve and Danny confront Nicole at the airport and eventually arrest her.
Steve later meets Mr. Chi, the father of the getaway driver, Han Chi, Steve informing Mr. Chi that Governor Pat Jameson has fast-tracked his family for American citizenship.
Danny Williams: Yo.
Steve McGarrett: What happened to the courtesy knock?
Danny Williams: Oh, uh, I think it got played out with the high-five and the bro-hug.I can, you want me to do it now? (knows on the door frame) Happy? -
Steve McGarrett: What's in the box?
Danny Williams: I got you a present.
Steve McGarrett: You got me a present?
Danny Williams: I wanna put a smile on your face.
Steve McGarrett: Really?
Danny Williams: No. UPS left it for you.
|Lieutenant Commander |
|Alex O'Loughlin||A Navy SEAL and the leader of the Hawaii Five-0 Task Force for Governor Pat Jameson.|
|Scott Caan||2nd-in-command of Hawaii Five-0 Task Force and also Steve's partner.|
Chin Ho Kelly
|Daniel Dae Kim||Member of Hawaii Five-0 Task Force who rejoins HPD after Five-0 is dismantled following Jameson's murder.|
|Grace Park||Ex-pro surfer and youngest member of Hawaii Five-0 Task Force who recently graduated from the Academy, and Chin's cousin.|
|Dr. Malia Waincroft||Reiko Aylesworth||Chin's ex-fiancee.|
|Dr. Max Bergman||Masi Oka||Chief Medical Examiner.|
|Stan Edwards||Mark Deklin||Grace Williams's stepfather.|
|Grace Williams||Teilor Grubbs||Danny's daughter.|
|Rachel Edwards||Claire van der Boom||Danny's ex-wife and Grace Williams's mother as well as the wife of Stan Edwards.|
|Robert Rovin||Greg Germann||Nicole Duncan's father.|
|Mr. Chi||Tzi Ma||Han Chi's father and Ming Hua Chi's grandfather.|
|Spencer Owens||Jordan Belfi||Nicole Duncan's lover. Dies after getting caught in a shootout between himself, Steve and Danny.|
|Nicole Duncan||Amanda Schull||Robert Rovin's daughter and Spencer Owen's lover.|
|Ming Hua Chi||Derrick Djou||Mr Chi's grandson and Han Chu's son.|
|Rovin's Assistant.||Angelica Quinn||Robert Rovin's assistant.|
|Han Chi||Ky Vuong||The man who was seen delivering a package at the start of the episode and who later died from injuries sustained in the high-speed chase involving himself, Kono, Chin and the HPD. Father to Ming Hua Chi and son of Mr. Chi.|
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