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Photo Flash: First Look at George Takei on HAWAII FIVE-0

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Check out a first look at legendary actor George Takei on CBS' HAWAII FIVE-0, below!

"Kahu*" – After someone foolishly tries to carjack McGarrett, he and Catherine meet a boy whose father is missing and may be in deadly trouble in the backwoods of Oahu, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Monday, Dec. 17 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. George Takei ("Star Trek") guest stars.

(*Kahu is Hawaiian for "Guardian")

Of note, George Takei guest starred on the original "Hawaii Five-0" series as Nathaniel Blake, a police officer who is asked to impersonate another man who has committed suicide in order to bring a criminal to justice. His character in this current episode of HAWAII FIVE-0 has no relation to Nathaniel Blake.

Photos Courtesy of CBS

Photo Flash: First Look at George Takei on HAWAII FIVE-0

Photo Flash: First Look at George Takei on HAWAII FIVE-0
George Takei

Photo Flash: First Look at George Takei on HAWAII FIVE-0
George Takei

Photo Flash: First Look at George Takei on HAWAII FIVE-0
Daniel Dae Kim

Photo Flash: First Look at George Takei on HAWAII FIVE-0
Daniel Dae Kim, Scott Caan

Photo Flash: First Look at George Takei on HAWAII FIVE-0
Alex O'Loughlin, Tristan Lake Leabu

Photo Flash: First Look at George Takei on HAWAII FIVE-0


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