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Meet Miss Hawaii ‘Five-0’

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These last few weeks have been a blur of happenings surrounding “Hawaii Five-0.” We’re gearing up for Season Two, and unless you’ve been living in a grass shack on the beach — or on vacation like me — you probably know that shooting began Monday, July 11 with a beautiful blessing by Kahu Curt Kekuna from Kawaiaha‘o Church, and that “Hawaii Five-0” has three new cast members — Terry O’Quinn, Tom Sizemore, and Richard T. Jones. All three gents will bring more drama and excellent acting chops to the series.

There was also the announcement of the date for the season two premiere, and of course, the first day of shooting has created a frenzy on both Facebook and Twitter. Thankfully, Google Plus has come on board to take some of the load off the two major social networking sites.

Whew, glad someone is looking out for all of us who are starved for places to connect with fellow Five-0 fans around the world.

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The Cast and Crew of “Hawaii Five-0” Season 2. (Star-Advertiser photo by Craig Kojima)

So amidst the online spectacle about the second season, we are still able to watch rebroadcasts on Monday nights from season one. And last night’s episode, “Ma Ke Kahakai,” or, “(On the) Shore,” which I originally wrote about in “Diving into the Truth,” was a fun episode to revisit.

It was great for me to revisit this episode because I was lucky enough to watch filming of the last scene between the “Five-0” team, Kamekona, and local actress and former Miss Hawaii USA 2010 Renee Nobriga.

Renee Nobriga Miss Hawaii USA 2010
Miss Hawaii USA 2010 Renee Nobriga. (Courtesy Renee Nobriga)
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