Hawaii Five-0 has returned to Channel 5 in Tempe with its second season, and the second episode has now aired. The episode dealt with Kono’s fate as a new member joins the team. On Tuesday, Spoiler TV shared the first preview for episode 2.03 titled Kame’e. According to TV By The Numbers on Tuesday, slightly over 11 million tuned in to watch this week’s episode, which is a small climb up from last week’s season premiere Check out the preview for next week here. If you missed any of the previously released photos or spoilers for this series, go here.
During this episode of Hawaii Five-0, the team is on a race against the clock to find a missing girl. If she isn’t found in 24 hours, she might die without needed mediciation for her heart condition. Before the mission begins, McGarrett is introduced to a new member of the team. Officer Lori Weston played by Lauren German. She isn’t too happy about the placement, and neither is he. At first, he sidelines her in the investigation, but once she confronts him on it, he makes her a part of the action. The team discovers that as an infant the girl was extracted from a cult, and it is the cult that has kidnapped her. She is the granddaughter of the cult leader. Once the cult’s current location is discovered, the team heads there to recover the girl. They are successful.
As for Kono, she faces Internal Affairs, and she learns her fate. She loses her badge in the end. The man in charge of Internal Affairs reveals that she is being used as an example by himself as the LT. Governor to show they won’t allow corruption to continue. As for Jenna, she leaves Hawaii and the team. On the episode that aired last week, she was shown working with Wo Fat, and now it is time for her to make her escape before McGarrett discovers that she was working with Wo Fat the entire time she was on his team.
Fans are ready to see what will happen next on this series. One fan said the following on Twitter recently:
What so they cut Kono. Wonder how she feel. She probably gonna get attacked now. #HawaiiFive0 #H50
Hawaii Five-0 will continue to air its second season on Channel 5 in Tempe.
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