Seen it. All of it. At least twenty times over, people! And then, just when you think things can't get any worse, the show's producers decide to have a crossover episode with one of the other really bad and overrated procedural shows presently on television, and the unbelievably awful leads from NCIS: Los Angeles — Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J — guest star for a round of the same ol' dull routine in a two-part episode, the conclusion of which was shown on their aforementioned program. I guess you have to boost ratings somehow, huh?
Have no fear, people — for that NCIS: Los Angeles show is included with Hawaii Five-0: The Second Season as one of several completely uninteresting special features. Additional extras include several deleted scenes, the occasional audio commentary, a gag reel, and four behind-the-scenes featurettes. Everything from the regular episodes to the featurettes look pretty damn great in 1080p/MPEG-4 AVC, with truly robust colors, strong detail and contrast overall. Likewise, Hawaii Five-0: The Second Season is a first-rate foray into DTS-HD MA 5.1 excellence. Truthfully, if I could get this kind of A/V quality on something good, I'd be a happy lad.
But then, most good shows don't have as many habitually lackluster explosions, gunfights, and car chases as this one does. Yawn.