There’s a chance that you knew already that Hawaii Five-0 is going to have a Christmas episode coming up on Friday, December 15 (and if you are a fan of the show you’ve probably been counting down the days!). Now we have a few more details on what you can expect.
If you look at the synopsis below (via SpoilerTV) you can see a few more assorted details regarding what is coming up with this story:
HAWAII FIVE-0 “‘Oni kalalea ke kū a ka lā’au loa” (A Tall Tree Stands Above the Others) – It’s Christmas Eve and Danny tells Charlie a bedtime story about a recent Five-0 case involving criminals dressed as Santas and a holiday miracle, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Friday, Dec. 15 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT).
The first thing to be excited about here is the simple fact that Charlie is back, given that we don’t exactly get to see Danny’s family on the show all that often. There’s also something interesting about the format — is this really going to play in such a way where Danny’s the narrator for the entire episode?
We’ve heard already that there’s going to be some sort of holiday party at Steve McGarrett’s house, and at some point during the episode we’ll get a chance to watch that play out. You’ll also have a chance to see military veterans being honored, but the precise circumstances of this party are still somewhat hazy.
At the very least, you can at least anticipate this Hawaii Five-0 season 8 Christmas episode to put a bit of a holiday song in your heart. This is something that all CBS shows in general have become very good at doing over time, and we imagine that this is going to continue in the years to come. Hawaii Five-0 holiday episodes have become a favorite tradition for us here at CarterMatt.
What did you want to see on Hawaii Five-0 season 8 and their Christmas episode this year — do these episodes always put you into the holiday spirit? Share now in the comments!
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