What's especially interesting about S01's TB & SK (the last two episodes I discussed in the last post) is the way they're presented on the DVD sets. Like most people would, I'm watching these in the correct disk order. However, the episode SK actually comes after TB on the set, even though it's chronologically set beforehand. I.e., the criminal/thief Charlie Swanson (the late Gerald S. O'Loughlin) is one of the bad guys that McGarret interacts with in SK. And, when McGarret is held hostage by him in TB you can tell that they know each other - but you don't know in what capacity. I.e., obviously in SK Swanson realized McGarrett was undercover (at the end of the episode), was arrested & then taken to prison. And, in TB he's in prison & then when McGarrett offers himself up as a hostage, he remembers him from the recent encounter. I.e., the line at the very end of TB after Swanson has given himself up & McGarrett tells him "don't be a thief" (after Swanson complains about being in prison) makes a lot more sense after seeing SK. I suspect that, for whatever reason, SK may have been broadcast after TB when it originally aired (and that's why it's in that order on the DVD sets). Or, for whatever reason the episodes on the DVD sets are presented out of order. Not a big deal, just an interesting observation. I've definitely seen this type of thing in TV series on DVD in the past.