(Pushing the car up a hill, Steve is steering)
Danny: Alright, right here.
Steve: No, no the shoulders to thin, another twenty feet and were good.
Danny: Another twenty feet, I'm gonna be in traction.
Steve: What, do you want to steer?
Danny: Huh? (stops pushing the car) Do I want to steer? No, I don't want to steer. I want to continue to push this three-ton hunk of metal up a hill in ninety-five degree weather! That's what I want to do. No, I don't want to steer. Yes, I'll steer, thank you.
Danny: When did you start jogging?
Kamekona: I'm training, brah.
Danny: Did he just say he's in a training bra?
Steve: (Sees Danny bent over) What are you doing?
Danny: Buying a car. What's it look like I'm doing?
Steve: It looks like you're doing downward dog, but I know you don't do yoga.
Danny: I'm stretching because my back hurts. Do you know why my back hurts?
Steve: No. Why does your back hurt?
Danny: Because I spent the morning pushing a car down the Pali highway.
Steve: Ah. Where I come from that's called good exercise.
Danny: Where is that, Krpyton? Where I come from, that's called a worker's comp settlement.
Danny: Nine miles. Ninemiles. Nine miles.You've been working on your dad's old wrecksix months and you get nine miles out of it, I'm very impressed.
Steve: This is a c car and c cars are tempermental.
Steve: Just like you.
(Big Lono is refusing to open the door)
Danny: How about you open it or I'll come over there and break your face.
Big Lono: You got some kind of learning disability? Read my lips, you, me we're done talking.
Danny: Is that right. (Steve walks up)
Big Lono: Look, you seem to be the more rational of the two.
Danny: Him…. (chuckling)
Big Lono: (continues) So, I'll say this one more time, I can't help you. I'm sorry.
Steve: You have five seconds to open the door.
Big Lono: Or what?
Big Lono: Whatcha gonna do?
Big Lono: My cousins a lawyer.
Big Lono: So, I know my rights.
Big Lono: You can't come in here without a warrant.
Danny: Time's up.
Steve: Are you going to open the door?
Big Lono: Not a chance.
Steve: I'll be back.
Danny: "I'll be back"? (to Big Lono) He's done a lot better, trust me. (to Steve) That's all you can come up with is "I'll be back"?
Steve: That's all you can come up with is "I'll be back?" (goes outside)
Danny: (to Big Lono) You see what you did? I don't know what he's gonna do. But if I were you: I'd run out the back, side, roof - go! (Steve comes back in) A grenade? He has a grenade. Why do you have a grenade? He's got a grenade. You see this? He's not bluffing? He will pull the pin and blow everybody up. Will you trust me, please?
Big Lono: That thing's not even real.
Steve: You gonna open the door?
Big Lono: No way.
Steve: Okay. (Steve and Danny run outside as the grenade goes off)
Danny: Come one what is the matter with you. You need help. I'll pay for it.
(Pointing to cameras in the bar)
Chin: Those work?
Moku: Yeah, boss put them in last year to make sure we carded everyone.
Kono: You didn't card my cousin.
Moku: Yeah, man about that…….
Chin:Yeah, yeah, yeah, at least you didn't call me her father.
Kono: Four year college tution $200,000. Books and supplies $50,000. Room and board 25,000. Passing out with two cocktail olives up you nose...
Kono: What are the real chances of getting these kids back alive?
Steve: When my father was kidnapped, I knew from prior experience that no matter what move I made on that day, the results would not be good, okay? In these situations they rarely are... We're gonna change that. We're gonna get these kids back. We're gonna get them back alive!
The title of this episode, "Powa Maka Moana" is Hawaiian for "Pirate".
"S&M" by Rihanna
"Turn Around (5,4,3,2,1)" by Flo Rida
International Air Dates:
Canada: February 14, 2011 on Global
United Kingdom: May 22, 2011 on Sky1/Sky1 HD
Germany: September 8, 2011 on SAT 1
Sweden: September 14, 2011 on TV4/TV4 HD
Slovakia: December 7, 2011 on JOJ
Czech Republic: December 15, 2011 on Prima
Finland: July 21, 2012 on Nelonen
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Piráti (Pirates)