Reaching 100 episodes is worthy of celebration and as CBS’ Hawaii Five-0 marched toward the milestone, executive producer/showrunner Peter Lenkov was itching to do something different. So, with the help of CBS Television Studios’ senior vp music Amy Osler, he reached out to one of his favorite musicians, Five for Fighting’s John Ondrasik, with the hopes that he could use an unreleased song from the catalogue. What he got was something even better.

Ondrasik — the 49-year-old singer-songwriter behind Top 40 hits from the early aughts, “Superman (It’s Not Easy),” “100 Years” and “Riddle (You and I)” — instead created a brand-new song, “All for One,” inspired by the proven franchise. It was something Lenkov admits he never thought would come to fruition. “We got around to talking and the question came up, ‘What if he actually wrote an original song?’ ” he tells The Hollywood Reporter. “In the script I was very specific with what the music would accompany. He basically wrote what I consider almost the theme song to the show — something that really highlights themes of the show and the spirit of ‘ohana [Hawaiian for 'family'] and the bonds of friendship. He captured it all in three-and-half minutes.”

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The extended preview for this week’s Hawaii Five-0.

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Viola Davis got the honor of being TVLine’s performer of the week but our Scott got honorable mention for his performance in last night’s Hawaii Five-0.

This was not the ending to the Matt Williams storyline that Hawaii Five-0 viewers were expecting. Procedurals tend to wrap up arcs in tidy ways, but as this roller coaster took a nasty turn, Scott Caan made sure we rode it out with him. Danny had found his brother’s stash of cash, only to discover that it was well shy of what Reyes was demanding. And the clock’s ticking. Danny was loath to reach out to Ko, of all people, for a loan (only to get shot down). His heart sank further when Chin Ho made an ill-advised bargain with Malia’s brother to secure more cash. Through it all, Caan made sure we felt how on-edge Danny was. But that was nothing compared to when Reyes fulfilled his end of the deal… by producing a barrel with dead Matt inside. Beside himself, Danny, with McGarrett’s help, overpowered Reyes’ henchmen, then aimed a pistol at the cretin’s cranium — and pulled the trigger. Because of the pained, angry look in Caan’s eyes, we understood Danny’s actions, as dark as they were.

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Two clips from this week’s Hawaii Five-0.

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Here is the extended promo for this week’s Hawaii Five-0.

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Happy Hawaii Five-0 day!! Since there is a new episode tonight today’s Five-0 Friday is once again dedicated to it.

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“Kanalu Hope Loa” – Five-0 investigates when three female thieves unknowingly steal something during a tour bus robbery that makes them a serious target. Meanwhile, Danny searches for his brother’s hidden millions in order to exchange it for his life. (*Kanalu Hope Loa is Hawaiian for “The Last Break”)

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5×03 Promotional Photos
5×03 Extended Promo
5×03 Sneak Peek Clip

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“Ho’oma’ike” – It’s Halloween and Five-0 must track down a serial killer who is copying murders depicted in a cult slasher film. Meanwhile, McGarrett must help Jerry after he is kidnapped by the counterfeiters he has been tracking, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, Oct. 31 (9:00-10:00, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.

(*Ho’om?’ike is Hawaiian for “Unmasked”)

CHEAT TWEET: #H50 fans, settle in w/ ur fave treat 4 a new @HawaiiFive0CBS! #Halloween in Hawaii! 10/31 9pm #Five0Fridays CBS http://bit.ly/10WKn1a

REGULAR CAST:
Alex O’Loughlin(Steve McGarrett)
Scott Caan(Danny “Danno” Williams)
Daniel Dae Kim(Chin Ho Kelly)
Grace Park(Kono Kalakaua)
Masi Oka(Dr. Max Bergman)
Chi McBride(Lou Grover)
Jorge Garcia(Jerry Ortega)

RECURRING CAST:
Taylor Wily(Kamekona)
Dennis Chun(Sgt. Duke Lukela)
Greg Ellis(Thomas Farrow)
Mirrah Foulkes(Ellie Clayton)

GUEST CAST:
Matthew Lund(Browser/Lt. Colin Helms)
Wes Robinson(Teddy)
David DeLuise(Brad Weiss)
Laiman Severson(Aaron Cole)
Eric Dickerson(Himself)
Evan Kaolowi(Boy)
Alexander Reinprecht(Man)
Emmie Ray(Girl)

STORY BY: David Wolkove
TELEPLAY BY: Steven Lilien & Bryan Wynbrandt
DIRECTED BY: Joe Dante
GENRE: Drama

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