At Halawa, Chin and Sang Min have found a phone but the keys only work in A Block and the phone is not in A Block. There’s another phone but it’s back the way they came, past 200 inmates who are out for Chin’s blood. Chin says he will go alone because Sang Min has a child to think about. Sang Min makes a kind of ‘oh cr@p, I can’t let him do this, can I?’ face and follows him out of the door.
Here is Cath, using Homeland Security’s video surveillance program to find Delano. If only they had someone on the team from Homeland Security, McG wouldn’t need to ask her. Ah well *ducks and runs for cover*.
Chin and Sang Min are hiding behind a door while trying to get through another door, when two inmates turn up and they duck – but, hilariously, only about an inch, so they are still completely visible through the glass panel.
The inmates go into what turns out to be the infirmary, at which point we hear a woman scream – Sang Min tells Chin that there’s no time to be a hero, but this is Five-0 we’re talking about. There’s ALWAYS time to be a hero.
The bad guys are holding a woman – doctor? Nurse? – at scissor-point for the key to the drugs cupboard (I presume). Chin kicks their butts truly awesomely. Go Chin! Her name is Leilani and she says there’s a phone in Holdings (whatever that is) but before they even leave the room Sang Min turns up again and says that Holdings is a no-go. Leilani has a master key that can get them out if they can just get to C Block. Bit surprised she doesn’t have a phone though. You’d think the infirmary would have a phone.
Cath’s found Delano, two blocks from where Danny and McG are in the Camaro. What are the odds? A quick flashback to the beginning of the episode, and McG has got Delano’s cellphone and is calling one of the numbers. It’s Kaleo’s phone – the dodgy guard answers it and manages to tell McG exactly where Chin is without McG having to say a word. Twit.
Our Intrepid Trio have got to the door to C Block but once Leilani gets it open she goes through it and the dodgy guard slams it behind her before Chin and Sang Min can get there. These people are not so bright, hey? Sang Min has apparently decided that the game’s now up and gives Chin up.
Outside the prison are Duke Lukela (hi Duke!), a lot of Useless Coppers in riot gear and the governor of the prison, who tells McG that he is v sympathetic to Chin’s situation, but there’s a riot to deal with and he has a protocol, he’s not risking any more lives and Chin is on his own, end of story.
This man does not know McG AT ALL. Also he is wearing FAR TOO MUCH EYELINER.
McG, predictably, tells the rest of the team that they’re going in, right NOW. As he walks past them, the moobies nod, for emphasis.
Then this happens:
Kamekona didn’t actually start the rotors, you know. That’s just the helicopter breathing a massive sigh of relief.