Magnum PI episode 6 brought us a number of things to smile about. For starters, it gave us more great development for Magnum and Higgins. Meanwhile, it helped to greater underscore why Magnum and some of his friends were in Hawaii in the first place.
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This episode began with us getting a chance to see Henry Barr (Ben Vereen) hire Magnum in hopes of understanding why a former love in Elizabeth contacted him after many years — the problem here is that she died a long time ago. How in the world does this make sense? Well, the simple answer here is that it doesn’t, and it does turn out that there was something that was so much more complicated here. It just so turns out that the very person who paid Magnum ended up also was the person who actually killed her so many years before. He did it in the midst of a scheme to try to split Elizabeth and Henry up. Her body was buried deep in the woods and the murderer tried his best to move on.
If there was a silver lining for Henry in this case, it turned out that Henry and Elizabeth actually had a daughter named Sarah; in the aftermath of the case, there was an opportunity for him to actually be able to see her.
As for what else happened…
Rick and TC found themselves doing their best in order to help a veteran in a wheelchair after he was depressed and suicidal. After a really hard time overseas he was having a hard time adjusting to civilian life. They tried to get him out in the water on a board, but when that didn’t work, he eventually broke down, opened up about his past, and understood that he wanted to move forward in his life.
In the end, Rick and TC found this guy some new responsibility — taking care of TC’s helicopter and working as an assistant of sorts. This gave him a purpose and, beyond that, it gave him a chance to move forward.
Magnum PI episode 6 was emotional. There was no getting around that. This showed, at least through Magnum’s eyes, one of the most important parts of the job — being able to bring people together and actually solve problems for people who would be helpless otherwise. There was something really simple but beautiful about it, and what ultimately made this episode one of the series’ best was that so many of the stories were so personal as a whole.
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