Tycoon Ian Adams, who marketed the North Shore surfing ethos, is expertly shot from the hills during an annual surfing event. He was Kono's benefactor, but greedily lost touch with morality like his business partner, real estate fellow tycoon Carlton Bass. Their greedy development plans were unconditionally opposed by the 'ka-po', Kawika's native Hawaian heritage defense 'militia', including two recently released ex-cons he denounced, and by regular ecologists, including Carlton's thus estranged son Ben, who turns out to be Ian's surprise heir.
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"Ko'Olauloa" refers to the north shore of O'Ahu See more
Ian Adams' updated will was attached to the e-mail from the Gillis Brothers law firm. Immediately after reading the e-mail, Chin Ho calls Kono and tells her that he's going to visit the law firm to try to get a copy of the will. He could have just retrieved it from the e-mail. See more
Yeah. I want to go to the Coral Prince House. Talk to the team. Get some statements.
Danny 'Danno' Williams
Kono, we can cover this one for you.
No. I want this one.
I Write My Name
Performed Keith Richards See more