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I had a little time and went back through screencaps of the pilot episode. Now that we’re in Season 3, it’s funny what has changed and what hasn’t changed. What I see now was the big “firsts” of faces, places and events that we are now oh so familiar with.

Please allow me to share some of my observations with you and enjoy this trip down memory lane.

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Alex O´Loughlin ~ An Intense Study

“What is in a name? that which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet; so Romeo would, were he not Romeo called retain such dear perfection to which he owes without that title. Romeo, doth thy name; and for that name, which is no part of thee, take all thyself.”
― William Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet)

If you have not read the first two instalments of the story yet, please find

Part 1 here and Part 2 here.

The early years

The actor Alex O’Loughlin, presently starring as Steve McGarrett in the CBS Television show Hawaii Five-0, was born on 24 August 1976 in Australia. He is the son of a nurse and a teacher. He has got at least one sibling, his sister Jackie who is about two years younger than him. His parents split up when he was two and he grew…

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it is him with a pube view

Alex O´Loughlin ~ An Intense Study

Have you ever gone out to proof something that you feel rather sure of and ended up feeling that you are in fact wrong?!

Last week in Hawaii-Five-0 Episode 3:04, we saw the now famous injection scene where Steve gives himself a tetanus shot. First and biggest question, what did we see? Was it actually Alex injecting himself?

My first reaction was – Of course not, Alex has this very large tattoo right on the spot where he is injecting himself. Surely if it is him, then they must have appointed a new genius person doing the cover-ups for the tattoos, because this is too good to be true! And if they covered it up, why did they leave that prominent red scar there anyway?

Let’s start by breaking this scene down in two parts and see what we have:
1. We have a shot of Steve from the other…

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