Walker, Texas Ranger - The Complete Second Season
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What really kicks this season into high gear is the show's new theme song, "Eyes of a Ranger," performed by Norris himself. Jeff Foxworthy has joked, "If an episode of Walker: Texas Ranger has changed your life, you might be a redneck." Granted, Walker may not be life-changing TV à la Oprah, but there is considerable spiritual uplift in watching an incorruptible hero tossing Texas' scum of the earth into the back of his pickup truck and taking them to jail. We join Asst. D.A. Alex Cahill (Sheree J. Wilson) in raising a glass to Walker. "Here's to the Texas Rangers," she toasts in one episode, "the best there are." --Donald Liebenson
- All 23 episodes from the 1994-1995 season on 7 discs
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--- Ratings based on my opinion of episode; 4 **** Rating System ---
1. BADGE OF HONOR ***1/2
2. BRANDED ***
3. SILK DREAMS ***
4. MUSTANGS ***1/2
5. 'TIL DEATH DO US PART ***1/2
6. RAINBOW WARRIOR ***
7. THE ROAD TO BLACK BAYOU ****
8. LINE OF FIRE ****
9. PAYBACK ****
10. TIGER'S EYE ***1/2
11. THE BIG BINGO BAMBOOZLE ****
12. MONEY TRAIN ***1/2
13. MEAN STREETS ***1/2
14. COWBOY ***1/2
15. WAR ZONE (2 Parts) ****
16. TRUST NO ONE ***1/2
17. BLUE MOVIES ***1/2
18. ON SACRED GROUND ***
19. CASE CLOSED *1/2
20. FLASHBACK ***
21. STANDOFF (2 Parts) ***
THIS REVIEW IS DEDICATED TO ANYONE, LIVING OR DEAD, INVOLVED IN THE MAKING OF "WALKER TEXAS RANGER".
In one episode, Walker's partner, Jimmy Trivette (Clarence Gilyard, Jr.), suggests serving a warrant his way, "nice and easy., but unfortunately Walker never, ever, does anything nice and easy. So Walker does it nice and rough instead, and when you're dealing with the likes of heavy-duty criminals like drug dealers, bank robbers, assassins, cattle rustlers, the Japanese mob, and vengeful escaped convicts, that's the only way to do it.
"If you come back here," a dirty sheriff warns Walker in the episode "Badge of Honor," "you'd better bring an army because you alone just ain't gonna cut it." Actually, that'll cut it just fine. What makes Walker so satisfying is that justice may be delayed, but it is never denied.
In the episode, "Mean Streets," Walker goes undercover to protect the homeless from a band of rich kids who are preying on them and videotaping the attacks. If this were, say, Law & Order, the kids' parents would hire an elite defense team and the kids might get off scot-free. That's not the way they roll on Walker: Texas Ranger. With the kids in custody, viewers are promised an "easy" conviction.
What really kicks this 1993-1994 Season into high gear is the show's new theme song, "Eyes of a Ranger," performed by Norris himself. Jeff Foxworthy has joked, "If an episode of Walker: Texas Ranger has changed your life, you might be a redneck.Read more ›
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There is an episode missing called Something in the Shadows what the hell this is supposed to be all episodes.Published 2 months ago by Rita K.
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