It's no secret that SWAT Captain Lou Grover (Chi McBride) doesn't always see eye to eye with McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) on Hawaii Five-0. But that may change on Friday's Season 4 finale (9/8c, CBS), when Grover finds his professional ethics are put to the ultimate test.
"He starts off the season looking at what McGarrett's doing as being unorthodox. It's everything he hates," showrunner Peter Lenkov tells TVGuide.com. "[The finale] brings everything full circle. ... Grover's put into a situation where he's got to act the same way, and I think he sort of learns a lot about himself and gains a new respect for McGarrett through the course of that story. He sees that sometimes you have to play dirty in order to get the bad guys."
Alex O'Loughlin is off the market! The Hawaii Five-0 actor wed girlfriend Malia Jones, People reports.
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O'Loughlin and Jones, both 37, married in a quiet ceremony in Hawaii where they live. The two have an 18-month-old son, Lion. Both also have children from previous relationships.
Michelle Borth is leaving Hawaii Five-0, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Borth, who plays McGarrett's (Alex O'Loughlin) girlfriend Cat Rollins on the reboot, will not be returning for the upcoming fifth season, according to TVLine.com, which first reported the news.
Alex O'Loughlin's new year isn't off to a good start: The Hawaii Five-0 star's Diamond Head home sustained more than $100,000 worth of damage after a fire started in his garage Monday afternoon, Hawaii News Now reports.
Friday's episode of Hawaii Five-0 pays tribute to the attack on Pearl Harbor and the subsequent executive order that established Japanese internment camps on the Pacific Coast.
"I think that not many people know about our country's past, and I think it's really important that these stories don't die," star Daniel Dae Kim tells TVGuide.com. It's nice when television can entertain and educate at the same time. I feel like it's a pretty unique opportunity to go beyond the crime of the week and delve into a chapter in our nation's history."