Ready for a wedding on Hawaii Five-0? As expected, one is coming this season, but that doesn’t mean that there will be a happy ending that day. After all, just look at everything Kono and Adam have been through to get to this point in their relationship.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, the Hawaii Five-0 season finale is going to be two hours and will air on Friday, May 8. (Blue Bloods finishes its season the week before, on May 1.) In fact, that finale may or may not feature Adam and Kono’s wedding – if they can make it down the aisle without any problems.
Remember, when Adam brought up their wedding to Kono, she brought up her concerns about his father’s business. While Adam has been cleaning it up, that doesn’t change some things, like where the money came from to start the business in the first place. He then brought up her job and the worries he has when she’s out there, and in that same episode, her life was in danger. However, by the end of the episode, she had realized that no matter what, she wanted to marry Adam (watch that scene below), but it sounds like she may have been right to worry about his family’s business.
TVGuide.com has reported that the wedding is slated for the Hawaii Five-0 season 5 finale, but there may be a problem. Fortunately, for fans of the couple, it’s not how they feel about each other, according to Grace Park.
“Everything’s quite good with that relationship. It’s not like she’s needing to sow oats wit anyone. I think she finally thinks that it is a good time [to get married].”
Instead, Park explained, the Yakuza is a problem, and in a way that Wo Fat wasn’t.
“Wo Fat was a thorn in their side, [but] Wo Fat was one of the knowns. There are so many things that are unknown that could pop up. …There continues to be ghosts rising out of Adam’s past, and… they do nip at their relationship.”
Will one of those unknowns pop up on the actual day of the wedding? Could something happen the night before? Will there be a cliffhanger? With a two-hour finale, anything is possible.
In other Kono news, an episode near the end of the season will “reveal a lot about Kono’s past,” according to Entertainment Weekly, as “Kono goes on a symbolic solo catamaran trip around the Hawaiian islands – something her mother always wanted to do and wasn’t able – [and] hits a patch of wild weather and she must fight to stay alive.”
Catherine Haena Kim and Ken Narasaki will be guest starring as her parents, and Miya Cech will be guest starring as a young Kono.
Hawaii Five-0 season 5 airs Fridays at 9 p.m. on CBS.
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