(new) Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

the new Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

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Question: I’d love to know if you have something on Scott Caan/Danny Williams’ future on Hawaii Five-0. The fans are coming up with a lot of theories about him leaving (he filmed less episodes than usual, and Danny’s reconciliation with Rachel makes them fear the couple will move back to Jersey). I’d love to know if I have to start to panic too! —Lisa
Ausiello: I had TVLine’s honorary Five-0 team member,Matt Mitovich, delve into this, and here’s what he brought back from series boss Peter M. Lenkov: “In our last two episodes of the season, we are going to see that Danny has been hiding the progression of his and Rachel’s tenuous relationship from McGarrett. Scott and Claire [van Der Boom] have such a terrific chemistry, it would be criminal not to explore what happens next with them.”

Question: Do you know if, in the last episode of The Big Bang Theory, that darn (keeping it PG!) elevator will finally be fixed? I imagine the last scene being all the characters getting into it, and it stalls between floors. —Ken
Ausiello: I have zero knowledge of what will happen in the May 16 farewell. I’m not even sure if the producers themselves know precisely what will go Big Bang Theory Sean Astin Kal Penndown (elevator or otherwise), considering the table read is still a month away. What I can tell you is that the episode that taped this week not only propels Big Bang past Cheers as the longest running multi-cam comedy in TV history, it also marks the return of Sean Astin, Kal Penn, Joshua Malina, and John Ross Bowie (which suggests to me that there may be a major development in Super-Asymmetry power couple Sheldon and Amy’s bid for a Nobel Prize).

Question: Any word on when Jamie and Eddy will tie the knot on Blue Bloods? —Mario
Ausiello: Save the date: Their wedding will take place on May 10, aka the series’ season (or series?) finale. MAJOR SPOILER ALERT: Frank will deliver the toast.

Question: A while back you had a Blind Item about a original series regular exiting a show this season. Can we get any clues about that? Perhaps the exact network? Or have things changed about it? —Liz
Ausiello: Three months after I hit publish on that particularly Blind Item the circumstances surrounding [Spoiler]’s departure changed dramatically. Basically, [Spoiler] is now leaving next season. The catch? The show’s going bye-bye with him.

Question: Are you able to to tell us if Caterina Scorsone is leaving Grey’s Anatomy, as rumors seem to suggest? —Maria
Ausiello: An ABC insider assures me that there is absolutely no truth to the rumor.

Question: Any scoop on Jo’s standalone Grey’s episode? —Jasmine
Ausiello: It airs tonight. It’s intense. It answers several big questions — and drops one big bombshell — about Jo’s elusive backstory.

Question: Please tell me we haven’t seen the last of Penelope Park on Legacies. —Amanda
Ausiello: I can tell you that series creator Julie Plec hopes we get to see Penelope again. Does that work? “There are plenty of characters who aren’t part of our ensemble who we’d certainly like to keep using and seeing again,” Plec said when asked if we’ll be seeing fan favorites like Penelope and Kaleb at the Salvatore School in a larger capacity. “That’ll be a question for once we get started in [the writers] room for Season 2.”

Question: More Veronica Mars revival spoilers, please! —Sarah K.
Ausiello: A super cool casting scoop’s been burning a hole in my pocket for the past month and it’s driving me frakkin’ crazy.

Question: Are there any Gotham spoilers on the Barbara-Jim-Lee triangle — especially now that Barbara is Jim’s “baby mama”? —Garrett
Ausiello: Well, in the time since you sent this email, Barbara became mama to a bona fide baby. A baby girl, in fact. And I can confirm that in the series finale, which features a full-decade time jump, we will see a 10-year-old Barbara Gordon, who of course is fated to follow in the bootsteps of Yvonne Craig and Alicia Silverstone. In other Gotham news, check out the poster for the final two episodes:

Question: Anything coming up for Sara and Ava on Legends of Tomorrow? —Justin
Ausiello: Would a sexy tango interest you…?

Question: After that Desmond reveal in Legends of Tomorrow‘s midseason finale, what can we expect in the second half of Season 4? —Derrick
Ausiello: Neron — who intermittently sports the face of the soul he is bound to — will wreak much havoc as Season 4B rolls out, starring Monday, April 1. “Stealing souls is a form of currency down in Hell,” explains showrunner Phil Klemmer, who envisions Neron as a “disruptor” in the underworld. As Klemmer also puts it, Neron is “Elon Musk-as-demon” à la “I’m going to turn Detroit on its head by coming up with a whole new means of becoming a demon.”

Question: It’s been a while since we’ve gotten some NCIS: Los Angeles scoop. —Bianka
Ausiello: At the time we spoke to Eric Christian Olsen about the wedding episode, Deeks’ portrayer had yet to actually lay eyes on the season finale script. “But I’ve heard rumors about what happens,” he said. “And if half the rumors are true, I’m super excited about it.” So now we are left to ask: What excites Eric Christian Olsen?

Question: What can you tell me about the finale of The Walking Dead? — Penn
Ausiello: The blizzard that hits in the AMC drama’s last episode of Season 9 (Sunday, 9/8c) must be cold enough to make Hell freeze over, because by the time it’s through, it’s brought a bit of a thaw to Negan’s interactions with a longtime nemesis (which I know hardly narrows it down — everyone’s his nemesis!). “The Storm” also shifts two other relationships, only one of them for the better.

Question: Did I miss the news? What’s the latest with The Middle spinoff with Eden Sher? —Jan
Ausiello: It’s possible you saw the news and just blocked it out. That’s what I did until you reminded me thanks for nothing.

Question: This is a haiku.
Shocking crossover” hint please,
but as a haiku? —Ryan
Ausiello: The network it is
on is not NBC or
Fox thanks for playing

This AAnd That…
JANE THE VIRGIN: The identity of the narrator will be unmasked in the series finale, showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman promises, and while viewers “have been close” to guessing who the mystery person is, no one has gotten it completely. “There have been hints all around,” Urman adds. “So I think when you find out, looking back, you’ll be able to trace it, but I don’t think you’ll figure out the exact specifics until we say it – or almost say it.”
CHICAGO MED: Viewers can look forward to a “really big episode where we all get stuck in the [emergency department],” star Torrey DeVitto previews. “It’s a really intense episode. The second half of the season is definitely going to go out with a huge bang.” Speaking of, the finale is “going to be extremely turbulent for Natalie,” the actress teases, “and there’s going to be a huge cliffhanger” for the doc.
AMERICAN GODS: Star Ian McShane tells me that the show’s just-greenlit Season 3 will be a huge one for Shadow (who — Spoiler Alert for those who haven’t read Neil Gaiman’s book! — is even more linked to Mr. Wednesday than he realizes). “Shadow has two revelations that happen with him which will have to be solved in Season 3,” McShane teases, adding that he’s not sure how much longer the Starz adaptation will run. “I’m wondering how long they can draw out the book. Will it end with Season 3, or will there be a Season 4, before Shadow takes wing on his own?”

That’s a wrap! Please send questions, comments and anonymous tips to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. (Additional reporting by Andy Swift and Vlada Gelman)

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So as of late I have been working on trying to find the correct medium for the propaganda spilled by mass media in relation to the police and their actions within the public sphere.

COPS Cover

Cover of my new zine ‘COPS’

Im my infinite silliness I decided to create a zine series i have obviously titled ‘COPS’. These will be tiny little photocopied publications folded and hand stitched to be sold in my many online places as well as zine fairs all over Australia and the world (when I can get to them). The zine since its creation has been a cheap productive way to spread propaganda and views of individuals and groups for a very long time. I actually really enjoy making them as I am able to take a stand and viewpoint and make it as serious or ridiculously imaginative as I like.

Spread from my new zine 'COPS VOL1 The Five 0 Edition'

Spread from my new zine ‘COPS VOL1 The Five 0 Edition’

This silly little thing is made from screen grabs from the amazing 70’s TV show ‘Hawaii Five 0’ which are accompanied by tweets from the ‘Scan BC’ twitter feed. The two together create a series of outrageous, believable, and unbelievable scenarios for us to try and decipher. The play of these real police reports make the blurred pixelated images of 70’s manhood seem even more less likely to be real.

For a little publication it beats quite hard on its conceptual drum. It’s purely based on lie to truth to lie, and how this circle seems to repeat till we don’t care and accept either. Copies are only $2 and should be available soon in my Etsy store, or let me know about a zine fair near you and I will try and make it there!!

“Ke ala o ka pū” – Five-0 must locate a teen girl who purchased a gun from a junkie, and discover that the firearm, over the course of decades, has affected all of their lives, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, April 5 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

(“Ke ala o ka pū” is Hawaiian for “Way of the Gun”)

I am looking forward to this episode. I am a fan of flashback scenes, so let’s hope this will be good.

As soon as pictures become available, we will post them here.

Alex O’Loughlin (Steve McGarrett)
Scott Caan (Danny “Danno” Williams)
Chi McBride (Lou Grover)
Ian Anthony Dale (Adam Noshimuri)
Jorge Garcia (Jerry Ortega)
Meaghan Rath (Tani Rey)
Beulah Koale (Junior Reigns)
Taylor Wily (Kamekona)
Dennis Chun (Sgt. Duke Lukela)
Kimee Balmilero (Noelani Cunha)

Kunal Sharma (Koa Rey)

Makenna James (Bonnie Pearsen)
John Clarence Stewart (Hilo)
Joseph Slaughter (Ioane)
Colin Cunningham (Hester)
Ryan Bittle (John McGarrett)
Eric Elizaga (Young Duke Lukela)
Phillip Rios (Passenger-side Cop)
Jon Chaffin (Damien)
Ty Quiamboa (Maleko)
Erin Smith (Young Doris)
Revel Kolohe Sloboda (Young Steve McGarrett)
Christopher Amitrano (Bo Akoni)
Al Waterson (Store Owner)
Brooke Lynne Alcuran (Female Customer)
Jason Brooks (Owen Pearsen)
Kimberly Estrada (Detective Belden)
Mia Adams (Kiana Pearsen)

WRITTEN BY: Paul Grellong
DIRECTED BY: David Straiton

Thanks to CBS

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Danny’s ex-wife Rachel turns up at his door in the middle of the night: their daughter Grace was out, and hasn’t come home on time. Being Five-0 has its privileges, of course, and Danny traces her mobile phone to a road in the middle of nowhere. He and Rachel turn up just in time to see Grace being driven off in an ambulance and, when they follow her to the hospital they find out that Grace was driving a car that crashed off the road at high speed, that she’s critically ill with a fractured skull which requires surgery, and that she had a passenger in the car who has also been hospitalised as a result of the crash, something about which her father has very strong views. Oof.

Everyone knows that Grace couldn’t be responsible for this – I mean, she was driving the car, there’s no doubt about that, but not responsible responsible – and Steve and Lou investigate, while Danny alternates between pacing the floor and bickering, then bonding, with Rachel. (The episode was scripted by the H50 writers’ room MVP Zoe Robyn, who does relationship dialogue better than anyone else on the show.) Needless to say Grace comes out of it all with her reputation, if anything, enhanced. And with a repaired skull, which is nice. And, perhaps, with a mom and dad who might be starting to reconcile…?

Meantime, Tani’s idiot brother Koa calls her in, because one of his recovering addict friends, Alana, has gone off the grid. Alana is found dead with a needle in her arm. Not so, says Koa; she was into oxy, not heroin. Sure enough, someone murdered Alana, and Tani and Koa work together to solve the crime, with an assist from Adam. Everyone seems very pleased with Koa, to the point where I started to wonder whether he might be the next chequered-history recruit to the squad. Superior H50 entertainment all round.


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It’s Avenge Joe White week on H50. Danny travels to Joe’s ranch, where Steve – rocking, it should be said, a somewhat unconvincing beard; I was half expecting Danny to reach out and give it a sharp tug – has been hiding out for over a month. With Catherine.

Danny thinks they’ve been playing house, but if so it’s a specifically McGarrett-esque form of mummies and daddies: also on the premises is the Danish lawyer of Omar Hassan, the man behind Joe’s death. The lawyer has been beaten to a pulp in an attempt to find out where Hassan is. Which, y’know, credit where due: I mean, I too am a lawyer, and I’d totally give my clients up at the first polite enquiry from the Big Kahuna. Maybe they breed their legal professionals tougher in Denmark.

Anyway, Steve finds out that Hassan is in Laos, and puts his squad together: Catherine and Danny, of course, plus Junior (“Teams! Hooyah!”). And a couple of old friends: Wade “Gutch” Gutches, who we’ve seen once or twice before; and, meeting them in Laos, Harry Langford, the Lidl James Bond himself. You know how this goes: a looped security feed, guns, a stand-off, and so on. Steve gets to Hassan, but doesn’t kill him: what he really wants is the whereabouts of Agent Greer, former squeeze and current traitor. And he gets it, meaning that Catherine can shoot her predecessor in Steve’s bed, a task which she undertakes with ill-disguised relish. Which of us hasn’t, at some point, wanted…? I’ll leave that thought there.

There’s a B-plot in which two bros successfully bid for the contents of a storage locker, and discover themselves to be the proud owners of a human skeleton. (I think I’ve seen this in another show before, but can’t place it.) The bros are themselves killed, and the bones taken, before Noelani can get there to examine the scene. It’s really only intended as an occasional distraction from the main event, but it helps to round out a very good episode.


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