What was the governor's full name? It seems it was never revealed. I'VE WATCHED EVERY EPISODE EVERY SEASON and never heard his first or last name mentioned. - hamstercuddles
What was the governor's name?
The governor's name shows up first in "The 90-Second War". It isn't mentioned, it's seen. There is a scene where Jonathan Kaye has McGarrett, Army & Navy brass, and the governor in the secret Diamond Head bunker. Each man has a nameplate. The governor's clearly reads: Paul Jameson. That name is also used in "A Capitol Crime" when Barnard Hughes's character demands to speak to "Governor Paul Jameson."
The governor's clearly reads: Paul Jameson.
Jesus drank wine and passed it around to his Disciples at last supper. Also his first miracle was to produce wine. So I don't get it why a Christian wouldn't drink unless you are an ex alcoholic then it would be wise not to.
Maybe it was always part of his backstory from the first season in the minds of the producers? And then over the years people asked about it until they finally put it in the show? - Zanza8
(Freeman) had often told me, "I don’t want to know anything about McGarrett's personal life. He exists only as a cop."
McGarrett is seen pouring champagne into two glasses, a very rare event.
McGarrett and Rosemary sip champagne on the beach (a rarity for the teetotaler McGarrett).
I never think anything that happens in a pilot is very significant. - Zanza8
Sigh. Is it really so hard to comprehend that what happens in a pilot may or may not make it into the series? Wo Fat continued for twelve years, popping in and out until he was finally defeated. McGarrett's drinking did not continue. Some elements of a pilot may endure, others may not. Really this should not be so complicated. - Zanza8
Most fans regard the pilot as "Episode Zero."
We can agree to disagree on the significance of pilot episodes. - Zanza8
You seem too argumentative to have a good discussion with anyway. - Zanza8
You did a little more than quote me back to me. You could have been nicer in your response-there's nothing wrong with showing tolerance for a different opinion and exploring differences but I agree with you the discussion should be concluded. - Zanza8
I don't need a link to a board where people are mean! Tell you what, let's start over. - Zanza8
I noticed on another thread you're working on a comparison between the original and the new Five-0 and it sounds like a fascinating project. - Zanza8
Why was Five-0 headquarters ever in the Iolani Palace to begin with? It's the only palace on American soil, isn't it a museum in real life? It's a great looking building, but once I knew what it was, I always wondered, why was police headquarters there? - Zanza8
the building was used as the capitol building for the Provisional Government, Republic, Territory, and State of Hawaiʻi until 1969. The palace was restored and opened to the public as a museum in 1978.
Ah. Thank you for the information. - Zanza8
Did you see the thread I made about King Kamehameha's cloak? I was so fascinated to read about that cloak-just amazing how it was constructed. Too bad the birds are gone. - Zanza8
Here's a link to a picture of the bird. You really can see why those feathers were so special. http://www.avibirds.com/html/extinct/Molokai_Oo.html#.VZdtvXqUzGc - Zanza8
You seem too argumentative to have a good discussion with anyway.
Maybe it was always part of his backstory from the first season in the minds of the producers?
season 1 Once Upon a Time Danny and McGarrett both drink booze left over from a Christmas party after McGarrett gets the news of his nephew's imminent death.
Steve's father was run over by a drunk driver.