Scott Caan

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Turns out the hot Hawaiian sun is not a cure for all things terrible. Crazy, right?!

Scott Caan, aka Hawaii Five-0's very own Beyoncé (the guy's a survivor!), reignited an old knee injury this week and had to vacate the island for Los Angeles-area ACL surgery.

Fret not, Scott will recover, but what does his down time mean for the future of the CBS' new series?

It means absolutely nothing—no, really.

According to an H50 rep, Scott's injury will not affect production in the least. In fact, the also-Entourage star won't even need to miss an episode during his recovery, and is set to return to work Aug. 23.

"Working with McGarrett, you're bound to get a few bumps and bruises along the way," show runner Peter Lenkov joked in a statement Wednesday morning.

And said bumps and bruises will simply be written into the script, when Danno suffers a spill at the hands of his partner (played by Alex O'Loughlinsigh). In the post-injury ep, the two visit the doctor's office together and when asked if he's suffered any trauma lately, Mr. "Book 'Em" responds: "I've got a partner—this guy is a physical injury!"

Still in the dark about the new and improved Hawaii Five-0? Take a peek at the awesome trailer below. Promise you'll love it—Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park are there, too.

Send your get well wishes to Scott in the comments below, and don't forget to set your DVR's for the fall premiere of Hawaii Five-0, Sept. 20 @ 10 p.m.


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