6 Behind-The-Scenes Facts From "Ka 'Alapahi Nui"

The show closed down a 10-mile stretch of H3 to film the episode's Road Warrior and motorcycle chase stunts, all in a single day.

The show closed down a 10-mile stretch of H3 to film the episode's Road Warrior and motorcycle chase stunts, all in a single day.

Jeff Cadiente, Five-0's stunt coordinator, said that "Ka'alapahu nui" was one of the biggest action episodes of the series. 

Click through the gallery for more behind-the-scenes photos and facts about Hawaii Five-0's ‚Äč“Ka 'Alapahi Nui (Big Lie)” (Season 6, Episode 5).
Robbie Knievel, son of daredevil Evel Knievel, played Chin Ho's go-to gearhead, Mike, in the episode.

Robbie Knievel, son of daredevil Evel Knievel, played Chin Ho's go-to gearhead, Mike, in the episode.

The office shootout that opened the episode featured five large, tempered glass windows. They were destroyed in a single take.

The office shootout that opened the episode featured five large, tempered glass windows. They were destroyed in a single take.

Some footage from Tyler and Aubrey's chase was filmed by a helicopter.

Some footage from Tyler and Aubrey's chase was filmed by a helicopter.

Some Five-0 crew members service their rides at Montgomery Powersports (featured in the episode).

Some Five-0 crew members service their rides at Montgomery Powersports (featured in the episode).

Tyler and Aubrey's final showdown, in which their bike crashed into the side of an SUV, was shot in one take.

Tyler and Aubrey's final showdown, in which their bike crashed into the side of an SUV, was shot in one take.