Curious to learn more about Magnum PI season 2 episode 9? Next week, “A Bullet Named Fate” is going to air, and while there will be a good bit of adventure through here, you better also prepare for some pain. Magnum’s going to find himself feeling some guilt after passing along a case to Harry Brown … one that leads to Harry being shot. How do you cope with that? Think of this as a reminder that there are some terrible things that can happen within this world. It’s not all fun and games … or really cool action sequences.
Below, CarterMatt has the full Magnum PI season 2 episode 9 synopsis with some more news as to what’s coming:
“A Bullet Named Fate” – A guilt-ridden Magnum follows the clues his private investigator friend, Harry Brown (guest star William Forsythe), left behind when he was shot while working a case Thomas passed onto him. Also, TC helps Kumu lead a protest against construction on a Hawaiian sacred site, on MAGNUM P.I., Friday, Nov. 22 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
We do wonder if the TC – Kumu storyline in this episode is inspired by real-life events, given that we know that there were real-life protests not that long ago to stop construction of a telescope on Mauna Kea — it received a lot of attention because of the participation of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. These are the sort of stories that a show like Magnum PI or Hawaii Five-0 can tell, ones that do give you a good sense of the islands’ culture and the world that exists there. There’s a lot of powerful stuff that could be explored there, especially when you think about the concept of home. That’s so important given that we are so close to Thanksgiving — isn’t this, after all, a time when such subjects as family should be discussed?
Remember now that Magnum PI season 2 and Hawaii Five-0 season 10 are going to be crossing over a little bit later this season — that news was confirmed earlier today, and it gives us a lot to be excited about.
What do you want to see when it comes to Magnum PI season 2 episode 9?
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