Daniel finds the Housing Commissioner at a restaurant and he McG’s him straight back into the kitchen.
Eeeek! I am so excited by this scene! EEEEK!
Daniel is raging and it’s so sexy. I need help; in the form of serious therapy.
This Housing Commissioner is at least two feet taller than Scott Caan who is still managing to crush this scene. My favourite part when he slaps his badge atop the Housing Commissioner’s head and tells him that if he ever places a gun even in the same zip-code as Gracie, he will kill him. Thing is? I completely believe that Daniel would do it, too.
Chin Ho Kelly and Julie exit the Jungle and make their way into some garage where they conveniently find a motorcycle around ten times bigger than them both. Their hair is still a mess.
Chin siphons gas from the large green tractor because the motorcycle is empty. Just then, the Faux HPD pulls up in a red truck; Chin has lost both his mobile and his gun and so grabs instead a shovel to dig his way through to China and from there take a flight back in time for Julie to witness.
Or not. Chin takes down the Faux HPD by shoveling him in the family jewels. Suddenly, there is some sort of redneck after them, but Chin has grabbed the Faux HPD’s gun and shooting ensues. He yells for Julie to get on the motorcycle and they bust out of the barn or whatever it is with a lot of jet fuel behind them because the motorcycle was manufactured in 1000 A.D.
The Hawaiian Jungle is 12 feet by 16 feet and so McG happens to be just by the side of the road when Chin, Julie and her slit race past and are being chased by the redneck. Chin spots McG and so much for those camouflage tire marks across your face, love. Were you sporting a maxipad cover, your chances at ‘incognito’ would have been far better.
McG takes out the redneck and this poor actor has to then be carried by McG and dumped on the side of the road. Really can’t imagine that was either fun or left him with a fuzzy feeling on the inside of his tummy.
Chin and Julie round back to McG and all three jump into the truck and make it to the Courthouse in time for Julie to witness.
The Pretty Prosecutor is a fashionista and a b.tch because she doesn’t say hello, thank you 5-0s, or thanks God you’re alive, Julie — sorry your FBI lover was killered earlier this morning, shall I get you a hot milk or something? and instead eyes Julie and mumbles that she has a pair of shoes and a sweater in her car.
I think: If you were really clever, Prosecutor (I have dropped the ‘Pretty’), you would have had Julie witness from a remote location, via video conference. Shove that in your briefcase next to your extra sweater and shoes.
Julie hugs Chin and thanks him and I really like Julie. JULIE!! SKYPE ME!!
Also, I just noticed that Alex O’Loughlin has gray matter in his hair. Is it dust or is this man going gray? I like the gray; it really brings out the tire on his face.
OMG. I have just placed this actress playing the character of Julie. She is on True Blood as sire to that short man BEEEEE-EEEEEL who is engaged to SUCK-EH. I love this connection; this actress is really a wonder. HI ACTRESS!! CALL ME!! I think you’re great.
At H50 HQ, Kono figures out that the woman about whom I earlier wrote: The Defense Attorney’s blond side-kick who is wearing far too much maquillage appears to recognize Kono. Surely, she will have a role to play later in this episode. is in fact one of those involved in the plot to assassinate Julie.
Camera cuts to the Courthouse with the blond side-kick lying that Brenner wants a deal (he gives up ten names and goes to prison for life, rather than being executed which is odd because Hawaii doesn’t even have the death penalty). Julie accepts this deal and when Prosecutor asks where the main counsel is, the blond says he’s in the room, tanning, we can get his signature there.
A running Kono is on the telephone with McG telling him that “the cleaner” is this blond wearing far too much maquillage and who appears to have either had too much plastic surgery or just shapes her eyebrows all wrong for her face. McG jumps directly into the air, spins his legs and bolts forward.
Wiley Coyote tweets: I taught McG everything he knows.
In the “room” where the Prosecutor and Julie are expecting to find a tanning Defense attorney, likely in peach speedos, the Plastic Blond co-counsel instead pulls a gun from her garter belt. I am suddenly rolling my eyes; just makes these femmes, femmes, not so cartoonishly fatale, please.
Normal girls can be killers too, folks.
Kono arrives just in the nick of time and takes care of business. McG and Chin follow suit and are duly impressed with how Kono handed the blond her a$s. Then, I think, Kono turns around and just leaves. Again, no hellos and no goodbyes make the rounds on Hawaii 5-0.
Daniel delivers Step Stan to Claire van der Boom who is wearing a really fantastic dress. Gracie runs out and says “I love you Danno” and though I tend to find children really stupid more often than not, this little actress’ face warms my heart because she reminds me a little bit of my own cousin who I adore to bits and pieces.
Daniel covers for Step Stan a little bit…but only a little bit, and he watches as this man enters into the home he wishes were his. I am sad for Daniel, and I hope that one day Claire van der Boom will leave the douche who name drops Cipriano’s for the meat and potatoes man who loves “butter, cream, chocolate and some more butter.”
At the courthouse, Julia witnesses and I wonder if she and Chin will eventually get jiggy with it.
We fade to black.