Hu a'e ke ahi lanakila a Kamaile
(The Fire of Kamile Rises in Triumph)
Season 7, Episode 4
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Air date October 7, 2016
Written by Peter M. Lenkov
Cyrus Nowrasteh
Directed by Bronwen Hughes
Episode Guide
He Moho Hou


Ke Ku 'Ana

Hu a'e ke ahi lanakila a Kamaile (The Fire of Kamile Rises in Triumph) is the 4th episode of Season 7 in the remake version of Hawaii Five-0.


Five-0 must find McGarrett and Alicia when they are kidnapped by the serial killer they’ve been hunting.


We pick up 16 hours after last week’s cliffhanger, when Dr. Alicia Brown and McGarrett realize that they have found the serial killer they were looking for. Clearly something goes wrong because the first scene we see is Alicia being dragged across the ground on her belly with a knife in her back. The killer is Dr. Madison Gray, played by Law & Order Elisabeth Rohm. Backing up a little bit we see Alicia taunt Gray with the knowledge that they have confirmed her patient, Officer Lao was murdered. Alicia finds all the evidence she needs when she breaks into Dr. Gray’s house. But she broke into a serial killer’s house. You don’t do that without a 50/50 chance of walking out alive. Hence how she gets the knife in the back, and McGarrett gets one in the shoulder when he tries to rescue her. Considering Steve just had a liver transplant, that’s got to be hazardous to his health right?

Dr. Gray is meticulous, right down to her pearl necklace and spotless countertops. While she takes care of her victims she sends the rest of Five-0 on a wild goose chase with McGarrett’s phone. None of McGarrett’s regular tactics work because Gray has her own sense of ‘logic’. While dealing with the blood loss, Alicia has flashbacks to her time at Quantico. Her daughter was at the top of her mother’s class, but wasn’t good enough to save herself. She died at the hands of a serial killer, which is why Alicia put in for early retirement. So while Alicia profiles Gray, Gray throws it right back at Alicia, taunting her with her daughter’s death. Gray doesn’t even blink throughout this exchange, it’s unnerving. Alicia’s good, but Gray makes a good point that you should “Never play psych games with a shrink”. Like I said, Gray is meticulous. Knifing Alicia and McGarrett was done out of in the moment necessity, not her psychotic desire for control. Recall that Gray has been killing the serial killers on the island, but only after they have done her bidding. Meaning that she is going to get two serial killers on the FBI’s Most Wanted List to kill McGarrett and Alicia. Except in this case the killers’ relationship with Alicia is personal. She arrested the male years ago but his girlfriend helped him escape, so this is about revenge.

Serial killers like to play games, right up until the end. Alicia has a horrible fear of drowning (which makes her move to an island make very little sense). She and Steve are dumped in the bluffs where the tide keeps rising, it’s all they can do to keep from drowning. Alicia really has to depend on Steve emotionally and physically. He has to calm her before even thinking about finding a way out of the hole. He even has to revive Alicia when a particular wave is too rough with her. Using kelp as a rope, Steve climbs out of the hole then pulls up Alicia just as Kono and Chin put down the killers. Now I know we all love Catherine, and it’s pretty clear she’ll always be Steve’s soul mate. However, it has been a long time since Steve has had that kind of chemistry with anyone. The chemistry between Steve and Alicia was really raw in this episode, and I wouldn’t mind seeing that explored further. Whatever happens will happen. So long as Dr. Gray stays far away from them, it’s a good ending. Of course catching her and throwing the key to her jail cell away would have been better, but you win some, you lose some.

In other news, Kamekona’s culinary experiments are just a little haywire. So haywire that Grover has to warn Otis Wilson away from Kamekona’s more experimental delicacies. Kono is beaming like crazy now that Adam has been granted early parole. Chin is having a blast with Sara, paddleboarding, watching old movies (nice shout out to Daniel Dae Kim’s time on Broadway this summer). It’s almost time for Sara to go to Mexico, which Chin is coming to terms with so long as her relatives will keep her safe. Everything has come up clean so far, until Jerry finds a link between Sara’s uncle to some drug dealers from a previous case. It could be a coincidence, or could be a huge red flag. Chin reaches out to Coughlin for help reaching out to the Federales so he can be 100% sure he’s sending Sara into a safe environment. Luckily Coughlin and 5-0 have mended fences. He understands the safety of a child is at stake, so he agrees to look into it no questions asked. It seems like this could go either way. In a few weeks time Sara could be gone from our screens, or she could be a permanent fixture in the 5-0 Ohana.


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Name Portrayed by Role
Steve McGarrett Alex O'Loughlin A former Navy SEAL and the leader of the Hawaii Five-0 Task Force.
Danny Williams Scott Caan 2nd-in-command of the Hawaii Five-0 Task Force and Steve's partner.
Chin Ho Kelly Daniel Dae Kim A member of the Hawaii Five-0 Task Force, and Kono's cousin.
Kono Kalakaua Grace Park Youngest member of Hawaii Five-0, and who is Chin's cousin.
Jerry Ortega Jorge Garcia A conspiracy expert and an associate of the H50 team.
Lou Grover Chi McBride Former leader of the HPD SWAT, and newest member of H50.

Recurring/Guest StarringEdit

Name Portrayed by Role
Kamekona Taylor Wily An associate of the H50 team, and owner of The Shrimp Truck.
Robert Coughlin Ingo Rademacher
Alicia Brown Claire Forlani FBI profiler
Sara Diaz Londyn Silzer The deceased Gabriel Waincroft's daughter.
Madison Gray Elisabeth Röhm
Sienna Brown Ashleigh Domangue
Otis Wilson Himself Former professional football player


Related PagesEdit

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