Yep, "Hawaii Five-0" guys. It is with great displeasure that I have to tell you we've got another break, coming up, so the new episode 12 of season 7 spoilers, are getting halted, tonight. CBS hasn't served up the latest press release for them, so that means we got nothing. None of my other sources have anything either, not even any casting call intel.

It'll arrive in January. Don't worry about it

The only thing that we currently know about the new episode 12, is the air date, and we we're barely able to find a title for it.

First of all, it is slated to hit the airwaves on Friday night, January 6th, 2017 at 8pm central time, so be sure to make note of that. It's not too long of a break, so that's sort of good news. We're only looking at about two or three weeks.

Here's what they're calling it

As for the title, we've learned that the producers went ahead and approved the name: "Ka 'Aelike," which is: "The Deal" in English. Beyond that, we again, just have nothing to go on. It's possible that CBS will deliver the press release synopsis at anytime now, so we'll certainly be watching out for that.

They might also drop a promo/spoiler clip after episode 10 airs, tonight, so you'll definitely want to be checking for that.

New guest character, Lincoln, to show up

Alright, so this is just in. We got some intel on a guest spot that's supposed to appear in the 14th episode. It's not the 12th one, but it's better than nothing. It turns out that the TV line folks, found out that the very seasoned Lou Diamond Phillips actor is set to show up to play a character that goes by the name of Lincoln in the 14th installment, which is still waiting on a title.

Special Operations activity to go down

So, who will Lincoln be do you ask? Well, let me tell you. He is described as an officious and no-nonsense U.S. Deputy Marshal that will end up, spearheading a Special Operation Group’s tactical team. So, it sounds like he'll be involved in some pretty intense stuff when he arrives. We're guessing that episode 14 will air on January 20th, 2017, pending that no other interruptions pop up during that time.

No other details about Lou's new Lincoln character were revealed at this time, so we'll just have to be happy with that for the time being.

Again, Lou is an acting vet, having appeared in numerous TV shows and movies. The first role I ever saw him play, was Ritchie Valens in 1987's "La Bamba." Since then, he's appeared in the "Young Guns" 1 and 2 movies. HBO's classic "Tales From The Crypt," "The Outer Limits," "Spin City," FOX's "24," "Law And Order: SVU," "Chuck," "Southland," NBC's "Blindspot," "Longmire," and much, much more. He's definitely been very busy over the years. You could easily write an essay from all of his IMDB credits.

Anyways, stay tuned.

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