Titles Mentioned in the Episodes
This list was put together by Annette - did she leave any out?
Cocoon - this one is obvious!
Full Fathom Five - the poem
Strangers in Our Own Land - mentioned twice once by Benny and again by Kono
The Ways of Love - Dave Barcca reading letter from his dead girlfriend
One For the Money - said several times, on the postcards sent to McGarrett
Samurai - throughout the episode (but Annette thinks they should have called this episode Bushido!
A Thousands Pardons, You're Dead - said to Loretta Swit
All the Kings Horses - "can't put Mike Finney back together again"
Killer Bee - describing the way the mind works
Paniolo - referring to Hawaiian cowboys
Dear Enemy - Vera Miles to McGarrett after he saves her
The Reunion - sure it was said during the show
The Jokers Wild, Man, Wild - referring to the card game
Wednesday, Ladies Free - "he works here part time on Wednesdays, our busiest day, ladies are free."
Odd Man In - isn't this the one with the poem?
Cloth of Gold - the name of the shell
Skinhead - referred to the shaved-head soldiers many times
Three Dead Cows at Makapuu - what they found and where
Pig in a Blanket - said to Danny by the murderer in the hospital
Chain of Events - what the health department called its list of "contacts"
Thanks for the Honeymoon - Margot to McGarrett
The Sunday Torch - what they called the arsonist
The $100,000 Nickel - the missing object
The Banzai Pipeline - where they were surfing
Termination with Extreme Prejudice - "a term coined by your CIA"
Loose Ends Get Hit - "and we all know what happens to loose ends"
Honor is an Unmarked Grave - said while looking at the slides of the butler at the gravesite
Nine Dragons - referred to the Chinese gang
The Last of the Great Paperhangers - suggested by McGarrett as a title for HRH's memoirs
Head's, You're Dead - can we please forget this episode (groan)
Up the Rebels - said as Sean gets into the squad car
Small Potatoes - the most abused title used except for "bushido"
Why Won't Linda Die? - I wish she would have
The Spirit is Willie - said by McGarrett at the end of the episode
Stringer - referred to his profession as well as his name
Though the Heavens Fall - the motto of the group
Why Wait 'Til Uncle Kevin Dies? - said to the undercover Bains by the killer
A Matter of Mutual Concern
To Kill or Be Killed
The Case Against McGarrett
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