Talking Story with Mike Buck on AM 830 KHVH Honolulu Talk Radio (Hawaii Five-0 podcast Feb 22)

On the radio

Here’s audio of my Hawaii Five-0 talk story session with Mike Buck yesterday on AM 830 KHVH.  We talked about the storyline, local businesses, Lani of Hobbietat, twitter and the #H50 tweetups, my writing process, Dane Cook, and a lot of Scott Caan.

Officer 808 on the Mike Buck Show, February 22, 2011 for “Loa Aloha” (14:54)


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Investigating Hawaii Five-0 from the inside.
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8 Responses to Talking Story with Mike Buck on AM 830 KHVH Honolulu Talk Radio (Hawaii Five-0 podcast Feb 22)

  1. hawaiiobsessed says:

    Thanks for posting this. You have a nice laugh. :>) Still think Mike should let you talk more. :>)

  2. Val says:

    Radio discussions are a lot of fun….totally love it and really enjoy hearing about Hawaii Five-O from a different angle, the directors, writers and acting which is very interesting and also from the bloggers sphere, we are all drawn to the characters, so we express ourselves by how we identify ourselves with the characters each week. I think that there is no way that anyone of us could forget Dane Cook so no matter when they bring him back we’d all pretty much remember who he is without anyone having to explain what happened the last time. I think that the fact that he is so much taller than Scott Caan and they don’t look alike is not so unusual in most families but Dane pretty came across prepared to be Matt Williams, he knew in that one episode who they all were without having to show flashbacks of their relationship as brothers or family members – we didn’t need any explanation of who he was. We just knew that this was Danny’s younger brother who probably being the youngest was the family favorite. It was just brilliantly done. We also learnt new things about this family father a fire fighter, has sisters and a younger brother who clearly is the family favorite, who works for Wall Street, no one could have predicted the enormity of the trouble that he would bring to the island.

    I definitely think Hawaii is just beautiful, stunningly beautiful and I have such special memories of a family wedding on Maui – think Five-O now has special memories for me too about the other parts of Hawaii through the new Five-O series, making it more special and yes oh definitely would like to visit and see other parts of the island.

    Well with the three week gap it would be awesome if you could continue radio discussions….would like to know more about what you know about Kamekona who is just an adorable lovable funny character and any new related news about the show. The bloggs and comments here are just as great and fun to read.

    • officer808 says:

      thanks Val! A fellow blogger is working with Kamekona for an interview, so stay tuned. Mike and I may do a few more discussions on Five-0, we’ll see if he wants to talk about it during the down time.

  3. textbook says:

    ‘deed I am enjoying these clips! Thankyouthankyou.

    Ossifer, speaking of the beautiful Hawaii opening shots, can you tell us what is that amazing…um, whatever it is that was the very first image, like a tiny mountain in the sea, covered with trees? You remember, it was just off the cliffs but an island itself? And green as green as green. What’s its name? Can one go there?

    • officer808 says:

      I’m glad you enjoyed the discussion 🙂 I think you’re talking about Chinaman’s Hat island, search for the image and let me know if that’s it… There’s an image of it in the CBS Promo Photos album on FB, from “Palekaiko” (McG and Chin coming back from fishing).

      • textbook says:

        No, that’s not it. I went back and looked at that shot. It’s close to a higher bit of steep , very green landscape with even higher – maybe mountains – in the background. The top is pointier than Chinaman’s Hat, and it seems to be practically cylindrical. There are full-grown palm trees on top. When the shot goes inland the screen says “Kawailoa Forest Reserve.” I haven’t seen any pictures of that except for inland, so I don’t know if the little island is really there.

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