An HPD officer is cruising in the sticks when he hears a call on the radio about a pedestrian disrupting traffic. The pedestrian appears intoxicated and is without pants. Women everywhere are secretly hoping that McG had a few too many Longboards and is wandering the streets.
Nope – not this time, ladies. That sound you hear? That is the disappointed sighs of women throughout the universe.
The officer drives up to a two-car accident. A pick up truck and a red sedan, which has come to rest on its roof. There is blood dripping from the upside down steering wheel of the sedan, and some blonde hairs hanging off it, but no accident victims. The officer radios for assistance, and now we’re in a basement.
Slutty Nurse is restrained. Weirdo is sharpening something. Who knows what’s going to happen next? (I do!) Nurse regains consciousness, wriggles around a little and asks ‘Where am I?’ She pleads to go to a hospital – at least she’s dressed appropriately. Weirdo walks over and sticks SN with the knife. Wow – lucky for him, his face shield captures the copious amounts of gushing blood. Gross. Am I watching Dexter instead of Show?
Someone at the McGarrett home is dressing in camouflage and face paint. We know it’s not Steve because neither his fingers nor his face are that meaty. It’s Camokona! He comes out and thanks Steve for the hook-up, and Steve tells Camo that he looks like he’s ready to report to SEAL Team 6. Camo asks for some smoke grenades, despite their previous agreement that Steve wouldn’t provide weapons (although I’m pretty sure I saw him sheath a knife while he was getting dressed?) If I was Camo, I’d be upset, seeing as he offered a whole truck full of guns to Steve in the season 1 finale. I guess Steve has a short memory.
Steve and Cath check out Supersize SEAL. I’m wondering where Steve found a uniform that big? Do SEALS come in size House??
Camo picks up the cover of the movie Steve and Cath are watching. Are they watching a VHS tape? I love that he asks Steve if he’s heard of Blu-Ray. Apparently, Steve rented one of the Chucky movies in the ninth grade with Jenny Feldman, and it’s been a Halloween tradition to watch the movie ever since. Only not with Jenny, who is probably married with a couple of kids, and daydreams of young Stevie Mac over a sink full of dishes. Camo suddenly becomes interested in the movie and settles in between McCath with the bowl of popcorn. Steve is not impressed and finally convinces him to leave so he can be alone with Cath, and Camo pilfers a giant handful of candy on the way out.
McCath get back to watching the movie, and Cath teases Steve about how lame he is to think he can seduce girls by watching it. Because The Notebook is a much better seduction movie. It didn’t win any Oscars, but it did get a Teen Choice Award (four, in fact. And an MTV award.) It’s only better because whoever you’re watching it with will be so bored they’ll fall asleep, and then you can have your way with them.
Cath is concerned that Mom might be due home, but Steve assures her that Mom is visiting friends in Maui. Are you fkn KIDDING me, Show?? Of course, Mom’s apparent lack of concern for the fact that Wo Fat is trying to kill her, makes me suspicious that there is a lot more to that relationship than we are led to believe at this point.
Now we get down to some serious business.
There is a banging and a ringing at the door, and when Steve answers it, in walks Danny. Steve is displeased. He tries to offer candy to get rid of Danny, but all Danny wants is a beer. It looks like date night is never going to happen. Danny is upset because Grace and he were supposed to go trick or treating and she ditched him to go to a friend’s house. Grace is growing up! Cath tries to comfort him by telling Danny that things will get worse when Grace starts dating. Nice one, Cath! Danny seems to have trouble with the whole concept of Grace actually going out with a boy.
Steve and Danny get a call from Chin and head off to work.