It's an All-Pro football weekend in Hawaii and while Danny obsesses about the big game, Five-0 investigates the murder of a tech executive with the help of a star football player. Arian Foster, Pat Monahan, and Larry Manetti guest star.
At his mentor's request, McGarrett persuades Max to redo the autopsy on a SEAL, thought to have committed suicide, in order to investigate his murder. Meanwhile, Chin Ho worries about Kono hanging out with a group of dirty ex-cops.
To celebrate the anniversary of their first meeting, Jeannie surprises Tony by
moving the house to Niagara Falls. He has her blink it back and promises to take her out.
Then, Dr. Bellows orders him to deliver a film to the Pentagon, travelling secretly as a
civilian. Tony asks Roger to take Jeannie out. Suspicious when Tony dresses up, Jeannie
overhears Dr. Bellows mention Sgt. Marion. At the airport, Tony bumps into Valerie, a pretty
girl. Aboard the plane, he accidentally trips her and she lands on his lap. Jeannie, posing as
a stewardess, almost strangles them with their seat belts. Tony adjusts Valerie's chair and
Jeannie plunges it back, flipping over all the passengers and then makes him spill a drink on
Valerie. Seeing the film chained to Tony's wrist, Jeannie blinks. The generals expect a film
on space projects. Instead, they see Tony and Roger imitating birds, flapping wooden wings and
crashing a glider hitched to a car. They demand a Congressional investigation and court
martial for Dr. Bellows. At home, as Roger and Jeannie plan their wedding, Tony phones for
help. She tells him to ask Marion. Shocked to learn that Marion is a man, Jeannie promises to
fix the film. Tony announces the first film was a psychological test. As he assures Dr.
Bellows the real film will now be shown, HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, MASTER! flashes on the
Jeannie takes revenge on a used car dealer.
Trapped on a planet whose inhabitants resemble American Indians, Kirk loses his memory and is proclaimed a God.
Kirk loses his memory and begins a life in a native village.
The crew travels to Rana IV, a remote colony where just two of Its 11,000 inhabitants have miraculously survived a devastating attack.
Enterprise journeys to a planet a Xindi ship visited. Once on the planet, though, Archer, Reed and Hoshi become infected with a strange mutating virus.
Paris and Kim are sent to an Akritian prison after being accused of a terrorist bombing, where they are thrown in among hardened killers.
The men from U.N.C.L.E. battle murderous artists for control of a gas that causes people to hiccup to death.
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