'Hawaii Five-O' season 6 news, Spoilers: McGarett may ask Catherine to marry him but arrival of nature lover Lynn may test their relationship


Following a heart-thumping premiere in “Hawaii Five-O” comes another installment that will give viewers an exciting and action-packed episode.

Titled “Lehu a Lehu” which translates as “Ashes to Ashes,” the synopsis reads: “A bomb squad is attacked and the culprit threatens to detonate additional explosives unless arsonist Jason Sinclair is released from prison. Meanwhile, Adam returns from the hospital and Kono realizes they are being watched; and McGarrett prepares to take his relationship with Catherine to the next level.”

Speculations suggest that the team will realize how dangerous Sinclair is as he has vast connections in his network but his freedom may be necessary as the bombs are said to be implanted in some of the most populated areas across the city.

Meanwhile, the episode may also give light to what happened after Adam got shot and Kono lost some of his teeth as they are being monitored by someone who is yet to be revealed.

On a lighter note, McGarett may finally propose to Catherine as depicted by a promotional image released by CBS showing the character holding what could possibly be an engagement ring. However, it is still too early to tell if she will say yes as things get unpredictable in the show and fans must also take into account what happened to Kono’s wedding which became a disaster for a short period of time.

Additionally, despite McGarett’s brave move for the predicted proposal, their relationship may be put to the test with the arrival of Sarah Carter as the nature lover, Lynn.

Executive producer Peter Lenkov teases to Entertainment Weekly that, “You may have heard that Sarah Carter is coming in as Lynn, a nature lover with whom McGarrett goes on a wild adventure. Let’s just say that it’s going to be a busy fall for our head of Five-0.”

Next episode of Hawaii Five-O airs on Friday, 6pm on CBS with the return of Andrew Lawrence as Danny’s nephew, Eric