Hawaii Five-O/A Capitol Crime
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A Capitol Crime is the eighteenth episode of the ninth season of Hawaii Five-O, and the two hundred twelfth episode overall.
A disgruntled senior citizen who claims to have a bomb strapped to him holds hostages in a courthouse until he gets an audience with the Governor. The man turns out not to have a bomb attached to him, but a pair of radicals take advantage of the situation to escape police custody.
This episode apparently has been pulled from the syndication package, as it hits a little too close to home for 9-11, dealing with a possible bomber at a government building.
Behind the Scenes
The episode's director, Sutton Roley, plays the small role of a Judge in this episode.
Allusions and References
In the earlier episode "The Ninety-Second War", a brass nameplate beared the Governor's name. This episode confirms it: for only the second time in the series, the Governor's name is mentioned, this time in a demand made by Barnard Hughes's character: 'I want to speak to the Governor...Governor Paul Jamison!'
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