Hey there, you wanna know about Jack Lord, the cool cat who played the one and only Steve McGarrett on the legendary TV show “Hawaii Five-0”? I’d be happy to give you the lowdown!
Jack Lord was an American actor who made his mark on the small screen as the leader of the elite detective team, “Hawaii Five-0”. The show ran for 12 seasons from 1968 to 1980. He played the role of Steve McGarrett, and it’s fair to say that he owned the role. McGarrett was a strong, determined law enforcement officer who fought against organized crime, drug trafficking and political corruption in the tropical paradise of Hawaii. Jack Lord’s portrayal of the character was so iconic that, even to this day, McGarrett is considered one of the most memorable characters in the history of television! Lord was also a producer for the show during its final season, adding to his legacy and contribution to the show. He was the quintessential leader, who always had a plan and a way to get the job done.
So one of the most memorable phrases from the show “Hawaii Five-0” was “Book ’em, Danno.” It’s a catchphrase that was used by Jack Lord’s character, Steve McGarrett, whenever he was about to make an arrest. McGarrett would say it after making a witty quip or comment about the criminal he was arresting and usually at the end of an episode. It has since become one of the most iconic phrases associated with the show, and it’s a nod to the character’s no-nonsense approach to fighting crime. Even to this day, the catchphrase remains popular and used in various contexts to reference the show or the idea of making an arrest.
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