Hawaii Five-0: Season 2 (2011 - 2012)


Season 2
Hawaii Five-0

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Air date: Sep 19, 2011

The second season begins with McGarrett in prison awaiting trial for the governor's murder. Meanwhile, Kono is suspended from the force, pending an internal investigation for allegedly stealing department money; and Danny brings Steve an unexpected visitor who may be able to help clear his name.

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Air date: Sep 26, 2011

Five-0 is assigned a new officer (Lauren German) by the governor's office to keep an eye on McGarrett. Meanwhile, the team investigates the kidnapping of a teen paddleboard champion; and Kono continues to be interrogated by Internal Affairs.

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Air date: Oct 3, 2011

Steve investigates a Navy SEAL's murder. Meanwhile, Chin Ho worries when Kono starts hanging out with some dirty cops.

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Air date: Oct 10, 2011

A deep-sea diver known for his valuable shipwreck discoveries is murdered. Patty Duke and Peter Fonda guest star.

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Air date: Oct 17, 2011

Five-0 investigates the murder of a women's volleyball coach and the probe leads the team to discover more bad news about Kono and her ongoing legal problems. Meanwhile, Chin Ho reconnects with his former fiancée (Reiko Aylesworth).

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Air date: Oct 24, 2011

A wealthy restaurant owner is murdered and the investigation leads McGarrett to take part in a charity mixed-martial-arts fight. Meanwhile, NCIS agent Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) is asked to examine a video of Steve's father. Chuck Liddell guest stars.

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Air date: Oct 31, 2011

A young couple filming a documentary in a traditional Hawaiian burial site on Halloween night are murdered and buried on the grounds. Five-0's investigation turns up a fingerprint on one of the victims, but the print belongs to a dead person. Robert Englund guest stars.

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Air date: Nov 7, 2011

Five-0 investigates a suspicious plane crash and the death of a customs agent who was on board. The case takes a twist when the probe reveals the victim was dead before the plane took flight. Meanwhile, Danny becomes the proud caretaker of an orphaned dog.

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Air date: Nov 14, 2011

An unidentified body is found in the trunk of a stolen car following a high-speed chase. Meanwhile, homeless Danny takes up residence on Steve's couch.

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Air date: Nov 21, 2011

McGarrett goes to North Korea with Jenna Kaye (Larisa Oleynik) to deliver a ransom to rebels who are holding her fiancé hostage. Meanwhile, Five-0 investigates the murder of an investigative reporter with ties to Jenna. Jimmy Buffett guest stars.

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The second series of the reboot "Hawaii Five-O" continues to follow the elite "Five-O" task force led by ex-Navy SEAL Steve McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin). Danny Williams (Scott Caan), Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim) and Kono Kalakaua (Grace Park). Introduced this series are new governor Sam Denning (Richard T. Jones); medical examiner Max Bergman (Masi Oka) and Special Agent Lori Weston (Lauren German). The new governor insists on changes to the task force, but the law enforcement team still investigates a vast array of crimes from murder to terrorism.


Alex O'Loughlin
as Steve McGarrett
Scott Caan
as Danny Williams
Daniel Dae Kim
as Chin Ho Kelly
Grace Park
as Kono Kalakaua
Lauren German
as Lori Weston
Taylor Wily
as Kamekona
Masi Oka
as Dr. Max Bergman
Chi McBride
as Lou Grover
Jorge Garcia
as Jerry Ortega
Brian Yang
as Charlie Fong
Tom Sizemore
as Capt. Vincent Fryer
William Baldwin
as Frank Delano
Teilor Grubbs
as Grace Williams
Larisa Oleynik
as Jenna Kaye
Dennis Chun
as Sgt. Duke Lukela
Autumn Reeser
as Dr. Gabrielle Asano
Ian Anthony Dale
as Adam Noshimuri
Michelle Borth
as Lt. Catherine Rollins
David Keith
as Wade Gutches
David McInnis
as Ken Naoka
Robert Englund
as Samuel Lee
LL Cool J
as Sam Hanna
Spam Laupola
as Yard Guard
Edward Asner
as August March
Chris Bauer
as Cory Sampson
James Caan
as Tony Archer
Patty Duke
as Sylvia Spencer
Sean McCormack
as Lt. Bradley Jacks
Claire van der Boom
as Rachel Edwards
Apolo Ohno
as Seth Burgess
Sarah Roemer
as Marissa Garcia
Dennis Miller
as Bobby Raines
Hayley Chase
as Jenn Hassley
Hank Stratton
as Dr. Thomas James
Brian Keaulana
as Jet Skier
Kamuela Aiu
as Officer Kelikoa
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
as Hiro Noshimuri
Kimo Kahoano
as Jake Almeda
Daniela Ruah
as Kensi Blye
Mark Deklin
as Stan Edwards
Troy Ignacio
as Joao Caegano
Annie Wersching
as Samantha Martel
Ryan Merriman
as Dennis Mack
Gail O'Grady
as Sharon Archer
Blaise Embry
as Luke Preston
James Marsters
as Victor Hess
Diedre Kilgore
as Beth Hassley
Jimmy Buffett
as Frank Bama
Craig Robert Young
as Dracul Comescu
Jon Gries
as Liam Miller
Al Harrington
as Mamo Kahike
Chris Candella
as Mike Hassley
Courtney Ford
as Suzie Greene
Alexie Gilmore
as Vanessa Palmer
Dash Mihok
as Nick Drayton
Erin Wong
as Ms. Christie
Joe Toro
as Brian Scartelli
William Sadler
as John McGarrett
Mike Hipa
as Jay Katsu
Sarah Habel
as Amanda Chase
Brian Guest
as Jimmy Koller
Dylan Bell
as Josh Griffin
Maeve Quinlan
as Sandra Fryer
Melissa Puana-Martin
as Governor's Receptionist
Scott Ok
as Brody Campbell
Zack Ward
as Billy Murphy
Kaytlin Borgen
as Bethany Morris
Sean Koegel
as Bryan Palmer
Rob Duval
as Karl Joyner
Lea DiMarchi
as Courtney
Denby Dung
as Flight Attendant
Meredith Monroe
as Trisha Joyner
Ryan Devlin
as Christian O'Connor
Michael Ng
as Rafe Tong
McKenzie Milan
as Elizabeth
Michael Reilly Burke
as Andrei Shepkin
Reiko Aylesworth
as Malia Waincroft
Jon Olson
as Dave Collins
Taylor Cole
as Hilary Chaver
Jomar Miranda
as Will Ling
Tony Curran
as John O'Toole
Michael Ng
as Rafe Tong
Erin Cardillo
as Megan Koruba
Logan Harris
as Kaitlyn Palmer
Keo Woolford
as Det. Chan
Cathy Tanaka
as Assistant Coach Burns
Aaron Madriaga
as Officer #1
David Farmer
as Henry Dobson
Stephanie Conching
as Barb Preston
Theo Rossi
as Sal Painter
Karl Herlinger
as Toothpick
Patrick Fabian
as Tony Dennison
Allen Cole
as Remo Julian
Kevin Yamada
as Mr. Lasko
Tani Lynn Fujimoto
as Kat Forester
Kelly Mumme
as Julie Nells
Jordan Kirkwood
as Roger Furman
Simon Elbling
as Hector Ruiz
Marlene Sai
as Mrs. Kekoa
Christopher Simms
as Capt. Grant Matthews
Tania Raymonde
as Melanie Ayers
Kendall Prochnow
as Officer #2
Michael Cowell
as Leonard Baxter
Gloria Votsis
as Holly Malone
Linda Sato
as Ms. Chun
Duane Kiyota
as Motel Manager
Michael Lee
as Lt. Kala
Tom Holland
as Dr. Tallridge
Kaiwi Lyman
as Kevin Creed
Traci Toguchi
as Mrs. Lasko
David Lombard
as Dr. Armstrong
Jimmy Taylor
as Sam Schulte
Stacy Ray
as Dr. Simone Dusek
Michael Buie
as Mitch Kolat
Courtney Coleman
as Karen Sargent
Gary Price
as Dwight Murphy
Lee Minh Topping
as Masked Man
Egan Inoue
as Bodyguard
Kila Packett
as Dave Lockhart
Peter Greene
as Rick Peterson
Emily Bergl
as Rhea Carver
Richard Portnow
as Ron Sheridan
Erin Way
as Nikki Royce
Rick Gomez
as Mateo Vargas
Colin Coor
as Surgeon
Gino Anthony Pesi
as Vitor Boriero
Duke Kimhan
as Ben Sargent
Doug Mossman
as Kimo Halama
BJ Penn
as Kapu Member
Bryan McClure
as Jared Burke
Logan Bartholomew
as Benjamin Gallagher
Ramsey Wharton
as News Reporter
Ingo Rademacher
as Malcolm Schafer
Jabez Sky
as Attendant
Roman Reznikov
as Consulate Guard
David Starr
as Tyler Mitchell
Blossom Hoffman
as Desk Clerk
Leroy Kalama Fallau
as Hawaiian Warrior
as Announcer
Andre Kim
as Rebel Leader
Christina Simpkins
as Mrs. Schafer
Rusty Komori
as Tennis Instructor
Mitch Wojnowski
as Bodyguard
Kaulana Young
as Security Guard
Kyle Malis
as Young Man
Sam Anderson
as Owen Sutherland
Tom Holowach
as Prosecutor
Devon Nekoba
as TSA SAC Myers
Russell Subiono
as Construction Worker
Buz Tennent
as Large Man
Phil Culotta
as Jacob Garrison
Robbi Chong
as GPR Tech
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Critic Reviews for Hawaii Five-0 Season 2

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (0)

So much happened before the opening credits that I knew right away we were going to be in for one heck of a ride.

Mar 9, 2020 | Full Review…

I have to hand it to Peter Lenkov, he certainly knows how to shake things up and give us a dramatic ending to Hawaii Five-0's sophomore season.

Sep 19, 2018 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

The writers of Hawaii Five-0 did a decent job of meeting their audiences' expectations in season 2. Though nothing really changed - it was honestly business as usual.

Sep 19, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Hawaii Five-0: Season 2

  • Jul 26, 2020
    Lauren German when not used simply as a love interest brings a lot to the show and it remains a lot of fun.

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