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Waialua Sugar Mill

by on Dec.22, 2009, under Central, Industrial, S2E10 The 23rd Psalm, S2E13 The Long Con, Sawyer, Season 2

Mr. Eko’s Nigerian village (“The 23rd Psalm,” Ep. 2×10), and the spot where Sawyer and Cassidy planned their jewelry con (“The Long Con,” Ep. 2×13) were all filmed in historic Waialua town, anchored by the former Waialua Sugar Mill. The mill complex is now home to several specialty and industrial retailers. (continue reading…)

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Lehiwa Ridge Homes

by on Dec.22, 2009, under Central, Homes & Apartments, S2E13 The Long Con, Sawyer

The suburban home where Sawyer and Cassidy shacked up (“The Long Con,” Ep. 2×13) was played by model homes in Mililani Mauka (Lehiwa Dr.). Specifically, developer Castle & Cooke’s “American Classics” showcase “Residence 2” (living room and entry) and “Residence 6” (bedroom). These are now private homes. (continue reading…)

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Waimea Valley

by on Dec.21, 2009, under Kate, North Shore, Parks, S1E12 Whatever the Case May Be, S3E14 Expose, Sawyer, Season 1, Season 3

The waterfall where Sawyer and Kate took a dip and found the gun case (“Whatever the Case May Be,” Ep. 1×12) was part of Waimea Valley, formerly the Waimea Valley Audubon Center  (59-864 Kamehameha Highway). Nikki and Paolo later visited the same spot (“Expose,” Ep. 3×14). (continue reading…)

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Bob’s Big Boy

by on Dec.21, 2009, under Kate, Restaurants, S2E13 The Long Con, Sawyer, Season 2, Urban Honolulu

The diner where Sawyer met with Hibbs, and where Kate’s mom, Diane, also surfaced (“The Long Con,” Ep. 2×13), is Bob’s Big Boy (2828 Paa St.). The restaurant was closed after a fire in April 2009 but the owners have said they plan to reopen. (continue reading…)

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Fisherman’s Wharf

by on Dec.17, 2009, under Restaurants, S2E20 Two for the Road, Sawyer, Season 2, Urban Honolulu

The waterfront bar where Ana Lucia and Dr. Shepherd parted company in Sydney (“Two for the Road,” Ep. 2×20), briefly bumping into Sawyer, was Fisherman’s Wharf at the end of Ward Ave. (1009 Ala Moana Blvd.). The locations crew put up a sign with reversed letters and a backwards stop sign, then flipped the film in order to create the illusion of right-hand drive cars. (continue reading…)

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Walter Murray Gibson Building

by on Dec.16, 2009, under Downtown, Jack, Offices, S3E01 A Tale of Two Cities, S6E08 Recon, Sawyer, Season 3, Season 6

The police station where Sarah finds Jack (”A Tale of Two Cities,” Ep. 3×01), and where Sawyer and Miles work (“Recon,” Ep. 6×08), is the old Honolulu Police Station building at the corner of Merchant and Bethel streets, now called the Walter Murray Gibson Building (842 Bethel St.). (continue reading…)

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50 North King Street

by on Dec.16, 2009, under Downtown, S1E13 Hearts and Minds, Sawyer, Season 1, Stores

The police station where we saw Boone and Sawyer (“Hearts and Minds,” Ep. 1×13) was a retail space downtown (50 N. King Street, now Do’s Formals, but years ago it was a bank). (continue reading…)

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Indigo Restaurant

by on Dec.16, 2009, under Downtown, Jack, Restaurants, S1E08 Confidence Man, S3E09 Stranger in a Strange Land, Sawyer, Season 1, Season 3

The restaurant where Sawyer and Jessica try to con her husband David (”Confidence Man,” Ep. 1×08) and where Achara dined with — and later tattooed — Jack in Thailand (”Stranger in a Strange Land,” Ep. 3×09) is Indigo Restaurant (1121 Nuuanu Ave.). (continue reading…)

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