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Danny's Frittata Flambe'

WEBSouffle's Frittata sans Flambe'

Click PLAY above to hear the latest Hawaii 5-0 Podcast!

WELCOME back to WebSouffle’s Hawaii Five-0 podcast! This week teacher and blogger of the ‘Five -0 Redux’ , Wendie Burbridge and I talk about Episode 17 of this season, entitled, “Kupale” and translated as “Defender” by CBS.

This week, besides burnt Frittatas, we will talk about:

-Weird Hawaii weather & Vog

-Wendie’s fascinating insights into Hawaii history -Including:

  • King Kamehameha’s Nakoa warriors & their battles

  • The Hawaiian martial art called Lua

  • The Pali Lookout’s origins

  • Hawaiian Tattoos

-The SHOW WE LOVE is BACK! We run down the List:

  • The fun, the Ohana, the Bromance, the Crazy, the Carguments, Gracie, Gabby, Kamekona

  • Swimming Danny (not to mention a slob and a bad cook)

  • Guest Stars: Apolo Anton Ohno as a bad guy, & Shane Victorino as a Company Team-builder

  • The brilliant writing

  • Plot, action, love and humor

-The Danny/Gabby arc

-WEBSouffle’s theory on where Danny lives now.

-A little about next week’s exciting episode starring Scott Caan’s Pop, James Caan and Dennis Miller entitled “Leiko” (Radio)

We also recommend you navigate to our friend Officer808’s great Five-0 Undercover blog where he writes a funny and informative review of this episode entitled, “Things We Learned About Hawaii from Hawaii Five-0 Episode 216, ‘Kūpale.’ “

Please enjoy the podcast and don’t forget to tune in again next week. We welcome your feedback here on the blog at Alohavermont.com. If you haven’t yet done so, please become a Fan of the podcast and get the latest updates by “Liking” our Facebook page!

Much Mahalo and Aloha until next week!

@WEBSouffle

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First “Hawaii In Vermont” Hawaii Five-0 Podcast of Season 2

Wendie Burbridge interviews Masi Oka at SOTB2 in Waikiki on the Red Carpet

Wendie Burbridge and Masi Oka at SOTB2 in Waikiki on the Red Carpet (courtesy of Christie Wilson & the Star Advertiser)

As promised in our last post, the “Hawaii In Vermont” #H50 Podcast has indeed managed to snag a nice little interview with talented Hawaiian Blogger,writer, and teacher  and now reporter, WendieJoy Burbridge!

Wendie, as our listeners know, is a great friend of the show, and writes the “Five-0 Redux” Blog. Hers is one of the few blog reviews of the show with a distinctly Hawaiian point of view, since she lives and works on the island of Oahu!

Today, one day before the Network TV Premiere of the 2nd season of  Hawaii Five-0, Wendie gave us a bit of her Sunday. She told us that the excitement of last week’s 2nd season World Premiere Red Carpet event at Sunset On The Beach keeps on coming and she hasn’t even had time to process it all.

Even this weekend, when we caught up with her she was driving to meet some Five-0 fans who came a long way to celebrate the network premiere tomorrow night and who she was going to Sunday brunch with in Waikiki.

So even though we were unable to Skype with her, we were able to get some audio through an iPhone and I felt it was decent enough to share with our fans!

Our podcast mainly covers her experience being on the Red Carpet for the World Premiere and representing the “Honolulu Star Advertiser” as a reporter there.

Wendie discusses her schedule for that day, how she prepared for her reporting gig and who her favorite interviews were with. She also tells us how she managed to interview stars like Alex O’loughlin and not faint!

Wendie Burbridge Interviewing Alex O'Loughlin at Sunset On The Beach 2

Five-0 Redux Blogger Wendie Burbridge interviews star of Hawaii Five-0, Alex O'Loughlin at Sunset On The Beach S2 World Premiere in Waikiki (courtesy of the Star Advertiser & Christie Wilson)

In addition, we get a quick lowdown on what’s in store for the rest of us when we finally get to see the 1st episode of the new season, Monday, September 19th and how amazing it will be. Wendie’s husband, Chief, also gives us his perspective as a spectator on the beach that night!

So sit back and relax as we offer up this little appetizer as a precursor to tomorrow night’s premiere episode of ‘Hawaii Five-0’ entitled “Ha’i’ole.”

Make sure to stay tuned here and our facebook.com/alohavermont page for details about when our initial reaction podcast will be posted soon after the 1st episode of season 2 premieres!

Aloha!

Video of Honolulu Star Advertiser Interviews by Reporters, Wendie Burbridge and Mike Gordon (Courtesy of Honolulu Star Advertiser)

Picture courtesy of 50Undercover.com & CBS

So we get this picture…tantalizing yes! We get to see the name tags for Peter Lenkov, Daniel Dae Kim and even new addition to the cast, Terry O’Quinn, who apparently will be named Lt CMDR Joe White. We also get the front page of what looks like the script that the cast gathered to run through today. The title is what is intriguing to us since we know how much the Writers of the show like to tease us with Hawaiian words and possibly give us a tiny hint about what the episode might be about! And of course, it’s the first one after our explosive finale last May!

So what’s it mean?

If you check out Officer808’s 50Undercover.com blog, he offers a few ideas, like “Rat” or “Mole” or “sinker and lure.” When I put it in an online Hawaiian dictionary without spaces I got this:

Which actually makes sense if we think about our tough, hard, impudent and stubborn Five-0 Team!!!! ‘Unbreakable’ is what I would call them for sure!!!

 However, when talking with our friend @WendieJoy, writer of the Five-0 Redux Blog, she tells us, that though she’s not a fluent ‘Hawaiian’ speaker, she can say this:

  “‘iole’ is Hawaiian rat, “Ha’i’ole” is stubborn or unbreakable. The okina is VERY important in Hawaiian language, so it depends on where the okina is in the word b/c it changes the meaning…
I saw the pic of the script and it only has one ‘okina- ‘okina is a glottal stop. It is an actual letter in our language b/c adding it changes the meaning of the word… like this one… adding another ‘okina changes the meaning completely.

    It is very important…it’s not an accent mark, it’s a stop… it changes pronunciation of words… but does not create a stress like an accent mark. it looks like a backwards apostrophe… but obviously on the keyboard you have to use a apostrophe unless you have a hawaiian keyboard.”

So, we don’t know, but @WendieJoy has promised to ask someone close to her who is fluent to get his take on it and I will post that here!

Perhaps this is what the writers really want! Maybe they do want us to think about the dual meanings. We know they use consultants for the language….sometimes we’ve wondered if the consultants knew what they were talking about. In any case…it just makes it more enticing for us in our long “hellatus” before the premiere of the episode on September 19th!

Thanks for reading and Stay Tuned! Aloha!