Kim, meanwhile, has recovered consciousness in the front seat of his cab. Learning from the radio of the manhunt for him, he panics and hides in the house of his adopted mother, Auntie Mama-san. Tom Lopaka finds him there, and learns that before losing consciousness, Kim had heard a sound like "attaboy". Kim escapes from Tom Lopaka, taking refuge with Cricket Blake at her house. While looking at photos she took that day at Kempo Karate, he realizes the sound he heard was "ataro"; he had been knocked out by a karate blow.
Kim visits Kempo Karate, but is captured by Taro Fujito. The Hawaiian Eye detectives learn that their client's partner John Miles may be mixed up in the theft. When Moke discovers their new receptionist Alice faked her references, she confesses and reveals the hideout location. Going there, the detectives capture John Miles and Taro, but still think Kim is part of the gang. However, when the gang's ringleader arrives and gets the drop on the detectives, Kim knocks him out and helps recover the diamond.
The actress Linda Wong in this episode should not be confused with the later actress of the same name who appeared in pornographic films.
A radio announcement during this episode gives the full name of Kim's character as "Donald Quisano", however other episodes render it as "Kazuo Quisado".
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