Terrence Howard and Scott Caan
Hawaii Five-0's Scott Caan really hopes fans dig Monday's episode — and not just because it's built around a juicy flashback for his character.
Hawaii Five-0: Mama McGarrett's back — but can she be trusted?
"I hope that people are more into stuff like this than the procedural part of the show," Caan tells TVGuide.com. "We get to do episodes like this not often enough. ... If we can get enough people that like the episodes like this as a business model, then CBS can say, 'Oh, OK, this works too.' But CBS has been so successful with the way that they do their shows, it's almost risky for them to do episodes in a procedural show that have nothing to do with cases. ... I hope we can do more like that."
This particular departure episode finds Danny in a very precarious position...
So I come back from a week away, and what should await me but a time warp to a long-forgotten (and happily so) era of kitschy schlock. Courtesy, naturally, of NBC, whose new regime appears to be operating under an embargo banning anything with a shred of originality. Two hours of American Gladiators (which I skipped) followed by two hours of Knight Rider (which I forced myself to endure). Fasten your seatbelts. Its going to be a forgettable night unless you enjoy the rubbernecking spectacle of watching a network slip further into the abyss of cultural irrelevancy. (You doubt me? I guess you missed the promos for Mondays newest reality gem, My Dad Is Better than Your Dad.)The new (more or less) Knight Rider wasnt really a show, it was more like the longest car ad in human memory: Brought to you by the star of our show, (name of car). Almost made you pine for the good old days of the writers strike.Despite a few contemporary touches on...
Sydney Poitier (Veronica Mars) has landed the role of a lady FBI agent who ruffles the feathers of Michael Knight's son (played by Justin Bruening) in NBC's Knight Rider movie/backdoor series pilot.... Also per the Reporter, Battlestar Galactica's Michael Trucco has the lead in The Man of Your Dreams, a Peacock comedy pilot about a womanizer who comes to the rescue of romantically challenged femmes.More casting news on TVGuide.com: Gilmore Guy Tackles Friday Night Lights Role