'Hawaii Five-0' Season 9 Episode 13 To Feature Unusual Underwater Murder Case
The latest episode of "Hawaii Five-0" season 9, titled "Ke iho mai nei ko luna" or "Those Above Are Descending" will feature an unusual murder case. Adam (Ian Anthony Dale), Junior (Beulah Koale) and Tani (Meaghan Rath) will be traveling to the lowest depths of the Pacific Ocean where someone has been killed.
But while the trio makes their way to the scene of the crime without any problems, they will also find out that the murderer is still on the remote underwater lab, as per the episode synopsis. The members of the Five-0 team will also have a harder time conducting their investigations because it's assumed that the people they have to talk to have been living in close quarters for months or years. Thus, their behavior will be a lot different than people living under normal circumstances.
"Hawaii Five-0" season 9 episode 13 may be focused on Adam, Junior and Tani but Steve (Alex O'Loughlin) and Danny (Scott Caan) will still be very much a part of the episode, as seen in the promo clips and photos. The seasoned Five-0 duo will be the team up on the water, who will be helping out the newbies carry out their tasks.
Meanwhile, last week's episode of "Hawaii Five-0" season 9 featured Danny making peace with his past. During a family crisis involving his daughter, Grace (Teilor Grubbs), Danny had to finally settle the score with her mom, Danny's ex-wife, Rachel (Claire van der Boom).
Her constant lies involving his children have no doubt affected Danny's relationship with the kids. But Danny has finally come to terms with the hurt by accepting and forgiving his ex-wife. Instead of seeking revenge and venting out his anger and pain, Danny told Rachel that the past could not be undone and what's more important is his current relationship with his children.
It's the first time "Hawaii Five-0" has ever addressed this biggest baggage in Danny's life. Thankfully, Grace pulls through her medical crisis and the episode ended on a happy note. But Grace will still be part of the next episode airing Friday, Jan. 18, at 9:00 p.m. on CBS.
Meanwhile, there's still no word if "Hawaii Five-0" will be renewed after season 9. The show has slipped at least 15 percent in the ratings since it returned last fall, but for an old series, it's still raking in 7.5 million viewers every Friday nights. CBS will likely announce the show's fate around April or May when the season closes.