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NCIS Alum Sarah Jane Morris to Play Doctor on Hawaii Five-0

Sarah Jane Morris

NCIS‘ erstwhile EJ Barrett is resurfacing on another CBS procedural.

TVLine has learned that Sarah Jane Morris will guest-star on Hawaii Five-0 this season, playing Dr. Christine Auki, a happily married wife, mother and surgeon who has a most unusual day at the office as the episode plays out.

In addition to her Season 8/9 arc on NCIS, Morris’ previous TV credits include episodes of Criminal Minds, Body of Proof and Castle, and of course Brothers & Sisters.

Hawaii Five-0 airs Fridays at 9/8c, Morris will appear in Episode 12.

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8 Comments
  1. Tran says:

    Another CBS procedural for SJM? From NCIS to H5O, that’s something.

  2. Jason says:

    She’s the only thing ever to not have chemistry with Michael Weatherly. Yikes!

  3. Kurt says:

    Awesome! I LOVE Hawaii 5-0! It makes Fridays fun when I don’t go out! And there’s Alex O’Loughlin! <3

  4. Fido says:

    Don’t these two shows share the same tv-universe ?!

  5. lessismore says:

    This show must have a tremendous fan base to stay on the air, oh wait, it’s CBS, no wonder.

  6. Barb Crawley says:

    We really like the show Hawaii Five O, But the music is so loud, we can’t hear the dialog. Almost every scene has such intenseness added to practically every other word. It makes
    viewing unbearable. Blue Bloods is excellent, but the music is perfect, and a joy to watch. Please, don’t drown out the show with all that music. Thank you.