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Once upon a time Hawaii Five-0 started with the core four. The team is grown over the years, gained friends and said goodbye to some too. When Jerry and Grover first joined, they were very unique additions to Five-0. A former SWAT captain and a conspiracy theorist make for interesting company to a government task force. What really makes them special is the amount of heart, courage, and integrity they have. This week proved that.

Five-0 handles the discovery of a boat filled with dead crew members which traces back to their old enemy Michelle Shioma, who now heads up the Yakuza. She’s been hiding out on Lanai, and the Yakuza doesn’t like it when Five-0 shows up. Jerry doesn’t know how to proceed when Five-0 is captured because he doesn’t have confirmation of this on his end. He thinks this could be his paranoia getting the better of him, but we know it’s not. Jerry has to step in because McGarrett trying to bluff his way out of the situation does no good. Michelle Shioma tried to convince Five-0 that she was dead, but she is very much alive and more deadly than ever. It’s only because of Jerry’s intervention that Five-0 is able to make it out of Lanai alive. Duke brings the cavalry, and Five-0 is able to keep Michelle in line by reminding her that she has two daughters who don’t deserve to be put in foster care. Because of this case, and so many others where Jerry’s instincts were spot on, Jerry finally gets his official Five-0 badge. It’s been a long time coming!

Grover can’t do anything to help his Ohana because he is back in Chicago to testify against his ex-partner, Clay Maxwell. Clay was a piece of work, but his destructive visits to the island really showed what Grover was made of. Clay deserves to be in jail, but that doesn’t mean the rest of Chicago P.D. feels the same way. In fact, every one of Grover’s old friends has turned their back on him. They don’t see that Clay was a cold-blooded killer. All they think is that Grover turned his back on his friend and his brother in blue. Grover may be able to set a rookie cop down a couple of pegs, but his former friends are harder to convince. It’s a terrible thing to see Grover realize the home he loved is gone.

These moments are the toughest anyone can go through. Doing the right thing is difficult for a reason. It’s supposed to hurt, it’s supposed to be emotional, and it’s supposed to make you stronger. As painful as it is, watching his dad go through this is inspiring for Will. Will is already a good son. He’s the one who takes care of Lou when his strength has been worn down. He can grow up to follow his father’s example.

Congratulations to Jerry on his official induction into Five-0.

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Once upon a time Hawaii Five-0 started with the core four. The team is grown over the years, gained friends and said goodbye to some too. When Jerry and Grover first joined, they were very unique additions to Five-0. A former SWAT captain and a conspiracy theorist make for interesting company to a government task force. What really makes them special is the amount of heart, courage, and integrity they have. This week proved that.

Five-0 handles the discovery of a boat filled with dead crew members which traces back to their old enemy Michelle Shioma, who now heads up the Yakuza. She’s been hiding out on Lanai, and the Yakuza doesn’t like it when Five-0 shows up. Jerry doesn’t know how to proceed when Five-0 is captured because he doesn’t have confirmation of this on his end. He thinks this could be his paranoia getting the better of him, but we know it’s not. Jerry has to step in because McGarrett trying to bluff his way out of the situation does no good. Michelle Shioma tried to convince Five-0 that she was dead, but she is very much alive and more deadly than ever. It’s only because of Jerry’s intervention that Five-0 is able to make it out of Lanai alive. Duke brings the cavalry, and Five-0 is able to keep Michelle in line by reminding her that she has two daughters who don’t deserve to be put in foster care. Because of this case, and so many others where Jerry’s instincts were spot on, Jerry finally gets his official Five-0 badge. It’s been a long time coming!

Grover can’t do anything to help his Ohana because he is back in Chicago to testify against his ex-partner, Clay Maxwell. Clay was a piece of work, but his destructive visits to the island really showed what Grover was made of. Clay deserves to be in jail, but that doesn’t mean the rest of Chicago P.D. feels the same way. In fact, every one of Grover’s old friends has turned their back on him. They don’t see that Clay was a cold-blooded killer. All they think is that Grover turned his back on his friend and his brother in blue. Grover may be able to set a rookie cop down a couple of pegs, but his former friends are harder to convince. It’s a terrible thing to see Grover realize the home he loved is gone.

These moments are the toughest anyone can go through. Doing the right thing is difficult for a reason. It’s supposed to hurt, it’s supposed to be emotional, and it’s supposed to make you stronger. As painful as it is, watching his dad go through this is inspiring for Will. Will is already a good son. He’s the one who takes care of Lou when his strength has been worn down. He can grow up to follow his father’s example.

Congratulations to Jerry on his official induction into Five-0.

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Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Friday, April 7, 2017

The numbers for Friday include premieres for a trio of unscripted shows:

TimeShowAdults 18-49 Rating/ShareViewers (millions)
8 p.m.MacGyver (CBS)0.9/46.67
The Toy Box (ABC) – P0.8/34.08
First Dates (NBC) – P0.8/33.77
Rosewood (FOX)0.5/22.40
The Originals (The CW)0.4/21.12
9 p.m.Shark Tank (ABC)1.1/54.76
Hawaii Five-0 (CBS)1.0/48.73
Dateline (NBC) (9-11 p.m.)0.8/34.04
You the Jury (FOX) – P0.4/21.62
Reign (The CW)0.2/10.73
10 p.m.Blue Bloods (CBS)1.0/49.65
20/20 (ABC)0.8/34.17

The premieres of new unscripted series “First Dates” and “The Toy Box” put up OK ratings Friday night. “You the Jury’s” debut, however, was not so hot.

“First Dates” on NBC put up a 0.8 rating among adults 18-49, equal to “Grimm’s” average in the timeslot. “The Toy Box” also earned a 0.8, down a bit from the “Last Man Standing”/”Dr. Ken” average but not bad for Fridays in spring.

FOX’s “You the Jury” struggled, managing just a 0.4 — slightly lower than “Sleepy Hollow’s” numbers in recent months.

“Shark Tank” led the night among adults 18-49 with a 1.1, a tenth better than “Hawaii Five-0” and “Blue Bloods” (1.0 each). The two CBS shows were per usual tops in viewers for the evening. “The Originals” matched its preliminary 0.4 from last week (it adjusted down in the finals); “Rosewood” (0.5) and “Reign” (0.2) were also steady.

Network averages:

CBSABCNBCFOXCW
Adults 18-49 rating/share1.0/40.9/30.8/30.4/20.3/1
Total Viewers (millions)8.354.343.952.010.93

Late-night metered market ratings (adults 18-49, households):

11:35 p.m.

“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”: 0.6/3, 2.2/6

“Jimmy Kimmel Live”: 0.4/2, 1.7/4

“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” (delayed by Masters golf highlights): 0.3/2, 1.9/5

12:35 a.m.

“Nightline”: 0.3/2, 1.2/4

“Late Night with Seth Meyers” – R: 0.3/2, 1.1/4

“The Late Late Show with James Corden” (delayed): 0.3/2, 1.0/4

Definitions:
Rating: Estimated percentage of the universe of TV households (or other specified group) tuned to a program in the average minute. Ratings are expressed as a percent.
Fast Affiliate Ratings: These first national ratings are available at approximately 11 a.m. ET the day after telecast. The figures may include stations that did not air the entire network feed, as well as local news breaks or cutaways for local coverage or other programming. Fast Affiliate ratings are not as useful for live programs and are likely to differ significantly from the final results, because the data reflect normal broadcast feed patterns.
Share (of Audience):
The percent of households (or persons) using television who are tuned to a specific program, station or network in a specific area at a specific time.
Time Shifted Viewing:
Program ratings for national sources are produced in three streams of data – Live, Live +Same-Day and Live +7 Day. Time-shifted figures account for incremental viewing that takes place with DVRs. Live+SD includes viewing during the same broadcast day as the original telecast, with a cut-off of 3 a.m. local time when meters transmit daily viewing to Nielsen for processing. Live +7 ratings include viewing that takes place during the 7 days following a telecast.

Source: The Nielsen Company.

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Tonight on CBS Hawaii Five-0 air with an all-new Friday, April 7, 2017, episode and we have your Hawaii Five-0 recap below. On tonight’s Hawaii Five-0 season 7 episode 21 as per the CBS synopsis, “McGarrett and Five-0 are captured and face certain death after tracking a dangerous nemesis to the Island of Lanai. Meanwhile, Grover takes his son to Chicago where he testifies against a dirty cop from his past.”

So don’t forget to bookmark this spot and come back between 9 PM – 10 PM ET! for our Hawaii Five-0 recap. While you wait for the recap don’t forget to check all our Hawaii Five-0 recaps, news, spoilers & more, right here!

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A ship in distress had believed they were doing to be rescued when they saw another passing ship answering their mayday call. But when the couple boarded the second ship, they weren’t greeted by anyone and they couldn’t find a single person at first. So they went looking around the ship to see if anyone was actually there and unfortunately they did find the crew however the crew had all been murdered and there wasn’t any sign of the perpetrator so the mysterious murders was later passed on to Five-0.

However, Five-O wasn’t working with a full team. McGarrett had had his physical and his doctor had told him to stick to light exercise so that meant he couldn’t do things that were normal to him. Like jumping out of planes or diffusing anymore radioactive bombs. So McGarrett was light duty and Danny was never going to let him forget it yet the team was also short another member because Lou went to Chiago. Lou apparently had to stand witness in some trial or another so he thought that he should turn his time away into a boys’ weekend with his son.

Lou had wanted to use his weekend to bond with his son and just have some fun away from their cell phones and responsibility. Yet, Lou had been surprised when a young officer was assigned to follow him around for his own protection because he didn’t think he needed one. So Lou had tried to say that nicely. He explained that he could handle himself and that he didn’t comfortable with anyone watching him though the officer that had been assigned to Lou hadn’t cared about what Lou thought because he hadn’t liked the whole business with what happened between Lou and Clay.

So Lou had had to put the young man in his place and say he did his job even when others betrayed him and risked his family, but Lou had mentioned that if the officer wanted to stick around that the rules were that he kept his mouth shut because he didn’t know Lou. Though the team back in Hawaii weren’t doing so well without any kind of backup. They had found out their ship had contact with a fishing troller and that it was the last time the crew had reported to their boss. And so the team had believed organized crime was involved.

The ship was near a supposedly unhabituated island when they had been found. So Five-0 thought maybe they had killed everyone because they hadn’t wanted any witnesses to what they might be doing however Jerry had done some work for the team and he had found out that Michelle Shioma was also connected. But up until that time, everyone had simply assumed Michelle fled the country in order to evade arrest so they figured she must be hiding out on the island as well. And decided to go out there to look for her when things took an unexpected turn.

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This Friday on ‘Hawaii Five-0’, the Five-0 task force is taken hostage after closing in on dangerous individual leaving their lives hanging in the balance.

When we last left off on Hawaii Five-0, Hawaii Five-0 finally returned from its last hiatus with its first new episode in three weeks and the team did not skip a beat! As we returned to Hawaii, the Five-0 task force teamed up with PI Harry Brown to help track down a kidnap victim – who turned out not to be the mastermind behind the plan as a means to make her husband pay. However, the biggest news came from Danny’s ex-wife who revealed that she was divorcing her second husband which drudged up old feelings for Danny.

Tonight, McGarrett and the team are taken captive by a dangerous foe who shows no signs of letting them leave alive. However, this is the Five-0 team we’re talking about so there’s no way the entire team is not walking out of the jungle alive.

Just what can you expect from this Friday’s new Hawaii Five-0? Here’s the official synopsis for Episode 21, “Ua Malo’o Ka Wai (The Water Is Dried Up),” per CBS:

McGarrett and Five-0 are captured and face certain death after tracking a dangerous nemesis to the Island of Lanai. Also, Grover takes his son to Chicago where he testifies against a dirty cop from his past.

Don’t miss a minute of CBS’ hit Friday night drama Hawaii Five-0 when it airs this Friday, April 7 at 9/8c only on CBS and remember you can watch the latest episodes of your favorite CBS series online through CBS.com.

What are you looking for the most from this Friday’s new Hawaii Five-0? Join the conversation in the comments section below or by tweeting @HiddenRemote with your thoughts and hopes for this week’s episode and don’t forget to tune-in tonight at 9/8c on CBS!

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Spoilers for "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 Episode 21 claimed that the team will be looking for a dangerous adversary. In other news, Adam will return with a prominent presence in the upcoming storyline.

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The title of the upcoming episode is "Ua malo'o ka wai" or "The Water Is Dried Up." This episode will showcase the team putting their best foot forward to hunt down a formidable suspect.

The official synopsis of "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 Episode 21 mentioned how a fresh case will have the lives of Steve (Alex O'Loughlin) and his team members in jeopardy. While hunting for the suspect in the island of Lanai, some officers will find themselves trapped and can even face the danger of losing their lives. On the other hand, Lou (Chi McBride) and his son move to Chicago to testify against a corrupt police after whom the former knew in the past, Christian Today wrote.

"Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 Episode 21: Adam Could Return Before Season End

All those fans of "Hawaii Five-0" that are waiting to know whether Adam (Ian Anthony Dale) will return or not have good news. There is an affirmative report that claims the inclusion of a couple of new storylines revolving around Adam prior to the end of the season, TV Guide noted.

Out of these two, the first one features Adam and Kono (Grace Park). and It will revisit the idea of whether they should plan for a child or not. Though they have discussed the topic in the past, Adam did not appear much in the present season. So, there was not much time available for their family planning. Showrunner Peter Lenkov said, "It's definitely still on their mind, and we sort of hint at that idea."

It is reported that first episode that will feature Adam in a big way in "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 will be telecast on Apr. 14, on the other hand, Adam's second big story will be aired as a part of the season's penultimate episode.

‘Hawaii Five-0’ season 7’s episode 21, titled “Ua Malo'o Ka Wai” (The Water is Dried Up), will follow Lieutenant Commander Steven "Steve" McGarrett as he and his team are captured after tracking an enemy to the Island of Lanai.

The synopsis for “Ua Malo'o Ka Wai” (The Water is Dried Up) posted on TV Guide reads, “McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) and Five-0 are captured and face certain death after tracking a dangerous nemesis to the Island of Lanai. Meanwhile, Grover (Chi McBride) takes his son to Chicago where he testifies against a dirty cop from his past.”

The lives of McGarrett and his team will be in imminent danger after they are captured following pursuit of an enemy on Lanai. The upcoming episode is expected to be an action-packed one as the season nears its end. The identity of the dangerous antagonist is yet to be revealed.

Meanwhile, Captain Lou Grover of the Honolulu Police Department will take his son to Chicago, where he will go on a court battle to testify against a dirty cop from his past. It will be interesting to see Grover show his parental side as he gets to spend more time with his son. According to Cartermatt, viewers will be given a chance to witness a tender side of McBride’s character as Grover and his son share some bonding moments.

In the previous episode, titled "Huikau Na Makau A Ka Lawai'a" (The Fishhooks of the Fishers become Entangled), Five-0 reunited with Private Investigator Harry Brown (guest star William Forsythe) as they investigated the kidnapping of a wife of a wealthy businessman, who seemed to be harboring more secrets than he initially led on.

Harry was hired by the rich man to follow his wife around. However, she was eventually kidnapped right before his eyes. Harry then found himself in the Five-0 headquarters after he failed to stop the kidnapping from happening.

‘Hawaii Five-0’ season 7’s episode 21, titled “Ua Malo'o Ka Wai” (The Water is Dried Up), is scheduled to air on April 7, 2017 on CBS. It was directed by Eagle Egilsson and written by Peter M. Lenkov & Eric Guggenheim. It will be followed by episode 22, titled "Waimaka 'Ele'ele” (Black Tears), scheduled to be released on April 14.

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