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post #211 of 225 Old 09-26-2012, 05:58 AM
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The helo grab was pretty bad. And why drop the truck in the water instead of just putting it on the huge ship?
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is Alex getting his tats removed, they look faded tonight. Never understand why actors would do that to themselves when various roles might require them to covered- makeup can only cover so much.
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Very good episode tonight. I tune in each week to watch an entertaining cheese-fest, but this episode was well made and had actual emotional substance.
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This week's Victoria Secret was a blatent plug for tonite's Victoria Secret show. When the networks start putting in guest stars its all over.

Thing was it ran an A, B and a C plot, which is very unusual for the show. made for a different show and had a nice A plot twist at the end. B plot was the plug and C plot was a side story to the A plot.

Best show of the season, IMHO. McGarrett had difficulty running two bad guys down. Not often for that.

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They can do this all they want. 1. Models 2. Beach 3. Models on beach. Rinse, repeat.
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Yep, throw in Hawaii and hot models and I don't care who they're pimpin', I'm in. biggrin.gif
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Has everyone here stopped watching this? I watched the season premiere Friday night, and wow. The stupidity was strong with everyone involved. That was just horrible.
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I've enjoyed this series, more for the 'beauty shots' of Hawaii than the plots. But now, since they replaced Michelle Borth with Jorge Garcia (as the conspiracy theorist who seems to always find the truth behind some of them), they may have done some shark jumping.
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I've enjoyed this series, more for the 'beauty shots' of Hawaii than the plots. But now, since they replaced Michelle Borth with Jorge Garcia (as the conspiracy theorist who seems to always find the truth behind some of them), they may have done some shark jumping.
Well, in the eye candy department, there is the new intern in the medical examiner's office.
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I LOVE this series. This is not a drama. It's a comedy.

Not for the intricate plots.

Not for the police procedural work.

Not for the outstanding performances of the actors. (Although, Chi and Daniel are two of my favorite TV actors.)

I watch this series for laughs, and the fantastic photography of some of the most gorgeous landscapes and people in the US.

And, perhaps, the GREATEST theme song ever.
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For those of you who think the plots are silly, you're not alone. Gregg Easterbrook, in his TMQ (Tuesday Morning Quarterback) column at espn.com, opines on the show's nutty illogical stuff.

Link here: http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/page/...ng-quarterback

The H 5-0 stuff is about halfway down the article.
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As posted in the Scorpion thread in reply to mike, yes this show is high on the dumb scale especially after this ridiculous plot. But it will always be on our Tivo as a guilty pleasure simply for the eye-candy, because we enjoy vacationing there, and because we like how they run the main characters. We stayed at the Sheraton Waikiki (great hotel btw) so really enjoyed seeing the footage there too.
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Yes, you do not watch this show for content that is grounded in a great deal of reality. It is entertainment in a similar vein as CSI: Miami. I watch very little network television, but I do catch this series whenever I can because it is fun.

I do understand that enjoying such dumb fun requires me to turn in my monocle and other highbrow items, as television is very serious business.
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Include me in the I watch cause it's fun category.
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There's fun and then there's dumb. I can understand certain liberties (God knows I forgive CSI constantly), but I do draw the line on landing a private jet on a 4 lane street surrounded by palm trees. Things that make you go hmmm. Now had they landed the jet at a local airport and used the roads because they were completely empty to transport the guy, THAT would have been reasonable.
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