9 Behind-The-Scenes Facts From Hawaii Five-0's Ua ola loko i ke aloha
2. 2. Five-0 often ages props, like the bungee cords and washi paper featured in the episode.
They used a combination of butcher’s wax, movie paint, and Fuller’s earth.
3. 3. The chant featured in the episode's paddle out, “E Iho Ana,” translated to “that which is above shall come down, that which is below shall be raised up."
4. 4. Kawika and Steve exchanged a honi at Leonard's funeral. It's a greeting in which parties touch noses while inhaling at the same time.
5. 5. Joan's "puke, puke, puke" line was unscripted, as was Steve's response.
6. 6. The idea for Aunt Deb's tattoo, which appeared on her bucket list, came from actress Carol Burnett.
7. 7. Operation Fugo was a real World War II strategy. Cities throughout the U.S. observed Fugo explosives during the winter of 1944.
Oregon, Wyoming, and Colorado saw the explosives.