Hawaii Five-0

Season 1 Episode 20

Ma Ke Kahakai

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Apr 11, 2011 on CBS



  • Trivia

    • When they are finding the man in the false floor, Steve's cast is shown to say 'Waiola Shave Ice- Best On The Island!' and a signature below it.

  • Quotes

    • Danny: With all due respect, what's wrong with an old fashioned baseball game, Steve? Huh?
      Steve: Never been to a professional baseball game.
      Danny: That doesn't surprise me at all.

    • Danny: I'm gonna come down, untangle the rope and I'm going to bring it to you, alright?
      Steve: Take it easy, alright? (Danny starts to climb, stumbles) Hey, easy! I'm not going to catch your ass if you fall!
      Danny: I'd rather you not catch me if I fall, okay?

    • Danny: (About going through a case of fish) Okay buddy, after you.
      Steve: That's for you, babe, I can't get my cast wet.
      Danny: That's low. That's really low. What exactly are we looking for?
      Steve: We'll know when we find it. So be thorough-
      Danny: Be thorough, okay.
      Steve: Yeah, check every fish Danny, every fish in the box.
      Danny: You're gonna pay for this. One hundred percent.

    • Danny: This is not a hike, Steven. Your dad used to bring you up here?
      Steve: Every year.
      Danny: That explains a lot.

  • Notes

    • The title of this episode, "Ma Ke Kahakai" is Hawaiian for "Shore".

    • Featured Music:
      "Walk It Back" by REM

    • World-Renowned Chef Masaharu Morimoto was credited as a "Special Cameo" for this episode. Morimoto is the Current Iron Chef Japanese on Iron Chef Japan.

    • This episode featured Hawaiian music legend Hapa which consists of Barry Flanagan and Ron Kuala'au. The duo closed out the episode with a performance of Olinda Road, one of their signature pieces. Olinda Road has been the theme song for Hawaii Public Radio broadcast since 1994.
      Hapa was introduced by Cha Thompson, a co-owner of Tihati Productions, one of Hawaii's largest live entertainment companies.

    • Petroglyphs (from the Greek words "petros" for rock and "glyphein" to carve) are carved rock, picture writing and rock graphics which are found all over the world. Ancient Hawaiians called their stone art k'i'i pohaku, or images in stone. There is almost no historical evidence of the petroglyph's origin in Hawaii. The figures with triangular torsos, only found in Hawaii, came later than the first images of stick figures. The Island of Hawaii has the greatest number of petroglyphs in the state. Hawaiian petroglyphs are normally found on the smooth pãhoehoe lava, cliff faces or smooth interior cliff walls, on the lava inundated areas of the island, and along trails the ancient Hawaiians commonly traveled.

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: April 11, 2011 on Global
      United Kingdom: June 12, 2011 on Sky1/Sky1 HD
      Germany: September 29, 2011 on SAT 1
      Sweden: October 5, 2011 on TV4/TV4 HD
      Czech Republic: January 12, 2012 on Prima family
      Slovakia: January 30, 2012 on JOJ
      Finland: August 11, 2012 on Nelonen

    • International Episode Titles:
      Czech Republic: Pobřeží (Shore)

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