1: A Thousand Pardons -- You're Dead!
Teleplay: Mel Goldberg Story: Paul Harber and Mel Goldberg Director: Nicholas Colasanto
When a widow of a soldier killed in Vietnam is found dead, Five-O realise that it is the latest in a series of deaths of women who have died after collecting money paid to them by the armed services.
Harry Guardino (Sgt. Simms), Barbara Luna (Yoko Collins), Barbara Nichols (Betsy), James Hong (James Watanu), Clarence Garcia (Lt. Fujita), Loretta Swit (Anna Stockton Shroder), Lee Andersen (Bank V.P.)
Air Date: 24 September 1969 Production Number: 1729-0259
- Primetime Emmy Award: Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series (In Its First Year Only) (Morton Stevens)
- Taxi: Grayline
- Business: Betsy's
2: To Hell With Babe Ruth
Writer: Anthony Lawrence Director: Nicholas Colasanto
Five-O goes after a mysterious man who robbed a military armory. They soon find out that the man is someone who is living in the past and plans to fulfill the orders that he was given at the start of World War Two.
Mark Lenard (Yoshio Nagata), Will Kuluva (Yuko Takuma), Virginia Wing (Heather Nagata), Bruce Wilson (Dr. Lukens), Tom Fujiwara (Jerry Minobe), Philip Batten (Capt. Barnes), Robert Brilliande (Doc), Vincent E. Eder (Officer Naaleu), Patricia Tuscano (Jenny), Beau Van den Ecker (Security Guard)
Air Date: 1 October 1969 Production Number: 1729-0254
- Writers Guild of America, USA Nomination: Episodic Drama (Anthony Lawrence)
- Episode set on December 6 and 7, 1969
3: Forty Feet High and It Kills!
Teleplay: Robert C. Dennis Story: Ed Lasko and Robert C. Dennis Director: Michael O'Herlihy
When a tsumani alert turns out to be a false alarm, Five-O finds out that it was a ruse to kidnap a prominent genetics scientist. Five-O has to find the scientist before he disappears for good.
Khigh Dhiegh (Wo Fat), Peggy Ryan (Jenny)
Will Geer (Professor Harold Lochner), Sabrina Scharf (Victoria Lochner), William F. Bigelow II (John Padway), Wright Esser (Dr. Michael Crighton), Winston Char (First Chinese), Gary Ah Vah (Second Chinese), Milton Mau (Third Chinese), Bill Fong (Fourth Chinese); Herman Wedemeyer (Alert Announcer)
Air Date: 8 October 1969 Production Number: 1729-0260
- Location: Makaha Valley Weather Tracking Station
4: Just Lucky, I Guess
Teleplay: Jay Roberts and Mel Goldberg Story: Jay Roberts Director: Nicholas Colasanto
A visiting hardware salesman is a witness to a murder and doesn't want to get involved with the police. McGarrett must convince the man that he should name the culprit before it is too late.
Albert Paulsen (Charley Bombay), John Randolph (Marty Sloane), Anne Helm (Joyce), Elaine Joyce (Angela Carlson), Herb Vigran (Willie), Tom Castranova (1st Hood), Billy Whitewolf (2nd Hood), Robert Costa (Shoe Shine Man), Roy Vehara (Waiter), Mitch Mitchell (Lt. Croft), Sam Peters (Doorman), Leimomi (Operator), George Gunkle (Bartender)
Air Date: 15 October 1969 Production Number: 1729-0255
- Production assistance and consideration provided by United Airlines
- Location: Canoe House