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April 13, 2011



I totally agree with you. 5-0 is my guilty pleasure. As a kamaaina living in Portland, it's nice to see scenes of Hawaii. Plus it tries to show some of the culture that is unique to the islands. Plus, it uses asian actors!

Barbara Palaith-Newson

I think the cast is well put together. The character development and connections of the families within the characters adds that bit of Ohana to the plot development. I enjoy the comic relief characters they use from local actors ie. Augie. It's good for the island (I resided there 7 years recently) and good for Hawaii lovers to witness the beauty and splendor of Hawaii. The plots need beefing up a little. Some weeks it's a good show and some weeks its a little weak.

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