|Ke Kinohi (The Beginning)|
|Season 1, Episode 13|
|Air date||January 3, 2011|
|Written by|| Peter M. Lenkov (Story) |
Nicole Ranadive (Teleplay)
|Directed by||Brad Turner|
Hana 'a'a Makehewa
He Kane Hewa'ole
When McGarrett finds three masked man invading his house, he attempts to stop them but ends up being tasered instead and things get even more complicated when he realizes that his sister has been kidnapped...
Steve McGarrett awakens to find three masked man breaking into his house with one stealing the spark plug box that contains into the death of Steve's mother.
Steve fights back against the men but is tasered, leaving him unconscious.
Steve then realizes that his sister, Mary McGarrett may be in danger.
With that, he and Danny race to the house where Mary has been staying, only to discover that she's apparently disappeared with Steve learning that she's actually been kidnapped.
They're soon successful in finding and rescuing Mary.
Furthermore, it's revealed that two of the enemies they killed are members of the Yakuza. Although the box has been stolen, Mary managed to take photos of the items inside the box.
Hawaii Five-0 later storm a gambling den and arrest the third assailant who participated in the raid on Steve's house. Knowing he won't tell them anything, they search his phone history and realize he called Hiro Noshimuri who is believed to be involved in not only Mary's abduction but also McGarrett's mother's death.
Unfortunately, there's also a snag: Hiro is friends with Governor Pat Jameson.
At the H50 office, Jameson warns Steve that if he is to put Noshimuru away, then H50 must find solid evidence of his criminal activities or she will not protect McGarrett from the fallout.
The missing box is eventually uncovered and although the team are able to tie Hiro to Mary's kidnapping, they can't tie Hiro to the murder of Steve's mother.
Hiro is playing golf with Wo Fat when Steve and Chin arrive, arresting Hiro.
Danny later tells Steve that Kouji Noshimuri, Hiro's brother and Steve believes is responsible for killing his mother is dead, having apparently been killed in a car accident.
Steve McGarrett: I want to know everything there is to know about Hiro Noshimuri. Every business he runs, every family member he has, every friend. I want to know where he eats, where he sleeps. We're gonna tear into his life and rip it apart.
Danny Williams: I have never liked you more than I do at this moment. It's beautiful.
Governor Pat Jameson: Is there any beer in this office?
Steve McGarrett: What?
Governor Pat Jameson: I have never know a navy man, who couldn't find a lady a beer.
Hiro Noshimuri: Play though for me McGarrett. I'll be back in a couple of hours.
Danny Williams: A lot can happen in a couple of hours, you know what I mean. It's jail, it ain't the ritz.
|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.|
|Governor Pat Jameson||Jean Smart||The Governor of Hawaii, and responsible for creating the Hawaii Five-0 Task Force.|
|Mary McGarrett||Taryn Manning||Steve McGarrett's little sister.|
|Wo Fat||Mark Dacascos||A crime boss targeting Shelburne who is Steve's mother, Doris.|
|Hiro Noshimuri||Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa||The Head of the local Yazuka.|
|Mamo Kahike||Al Harrington||A friend of Steve's.|
|Takashi||Michael Hsia||A man who appears in the episode.|
|Koji Noshimuri||William Maeda||Hiro's brother.|
|Nicole||Amanda Schull||A woman who appears in the episode.|
|Kekipi||Augie T.||A man who appears in the episode.|
|♦ Pilot ♦ Ohana ♦ Malama Ka Aina ♦ Lanakila ♦ Nalowale ♦ Ko'olauloa ♦ Ho'apono ♦ Mana'o ♦ Po'ipu ♦ Heihei ♦ Palekaiko ♦ Hana 'a'a Makehewa ♦ Ke Kinohi ♦ He Kane Hewa'ole ♦ Kai e'e ♦ E Malama ♦ Powa Maka Moana ♦ Loa Aloha ♦ Ne Me'e Laua Na Paio ♦ Ma Ke Kahakai ♦ Ho'opa'i ♦ Ho'ohuli Na'au ♦ Ua Hiki Mai Kapalena Pau ♦ Oia'i'o|