Hawaii Five-0 season 3 continues with what looks to be a pretty tense episode on Monday, December 10, called “Huaka’I Kula.” The episode title is Hawaiian for “Field Trip” and I’m thinking that this might be the last one the guys will ever want to take. 

In the preview video, we see that Steve and Danny are out on a camping trip with Danny’s daughter Grace, and what looks like some sort of a Girl Scout type troop. Their fun is interrupted when a bad guy (played by guest star Tom Arnold) invades the camp site and, after shooting Danny, proceeds to take Steve hostage. 

Here are a few more things we know after watching the video:

  • The bad guy needs Steve to help him find something that he lost. 
  • Steve’s big mouth is going to get the bad guy very angry, possibly enough to get Steve shot as well. 
  • Anything can be a learning opportunity, even watching your daddy get shot in the arm. 

In the sneak peek clip from the episode, we find out exactly how Danny gets shot. Seems the bad guy thinks it would be a good idea to take one of the little girls from the camping trip hostage. But our heroes aren’t about to let that happen of course. Poor Danny does his best to talk the guy out of doing anything horrible, and only ends up earning himself a gunshot wound for his troubles.  

Here are a few more things we know after watching the video:

  • The little girls don’t have weapons because, well, they’re children. 
  • Steve looks like he’s about to go medieval on the guy, but Danny talks him down. 
  • Steve is perfectly happy to let himself become the man’s hostage, as long as he lets the little girl go. 
  • Even though it’s Steve who keeps inching closer to the bad guy, it’s Danny who ends up getting shot. How is that fair?

What do you think after watching the clips from this episode of Hawaii Five-0? How do you think Danny will do with getting some field surgery by a bunch of kids and their troop leader? Will Steve get himself out of trouble or will Danny come and save the day?

Hawaii Five-0 airs on Monday nights at 10pm on CBS. 

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Michelle Carlbert

Contributing Writer, BuddyTV