Come tomorrow night on Magnum PI season 2 episode 3, there’s a reason for Magnum and Higgins to be worried … at least according to Kumu.
Is a dead bird really a harbinger of things to come? In the sneak peek below, Kumu notes that in Hawaiian culture, the bird who died is a “guardian spirit,” one that has protected and looked over the property for so many years. She is concerned that something bad is going to happen at Robin Masters’ property without it present, and she tells Higgins that she should make sure that some of Robin’s guests have a different place to stay.
As a response to Kumu’s warning, we see that Higgins isn’t too overly concerned by what she is hearing. Instead, she makes it clear that she’s not too big a believer in various superstitions, including one that Magnum brings up himself about his Tigers hat.
Whether it be the result of the bird dying or pure coincidence, it does turn out that the estate is in a degree of trouble in this episode. Throughout much of “Knight Lasts Forever,” the estate is going to be under siege by mercenaries, ones who are looking for a mysterious “White Knight,” someone who just so happens to be the literary muse of Robin’s. Whether they can find him, or at least his identity, remains to be seen … but there’s going to be trouble. Typically on Magnum PI, we end up seeing the characters have to look elsewhere in order to find some chaos. On this occasion, though, they’ll find most of the chaos in the comfort of home … though “comfort” isn’t exactly the word that we would use here anymore.
What else can we say about this episode? Well, it has a little bit to do with a big decision that Higgins is going to make about her future. She’s been debating sticking around in Hawaii vs. going off and rejoining MI6, and this may be something that is resolved before we get to the end of the hour. Regardless of whether or not she becomes Magnum’s partner, we do want her to stick around!
What do you want to see on Magnum PI season 2 episode 3?
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