After a three-episode trial run in the spring of 1993, the contemporary Western Walker, Texas Ranger graduated to full weekly status as it began its second season in the fall of that year. Star of the proceedings is Chuck Norris as taciturn, karate-chopping Texas Ranger Cord Walker, who operates out of the organization's Dallas office with his more scientific partner, Jimmy Trivette (Clarence Gilyard Jr.). While Walker tends to get his best results by smashing the heads and cracking the ribs of criminals, these methods are frowned upon by his erstwhile girlfriend, assistant D.A. Alex Cahill (Sheree J. Wilson). This season, Walker tangles with clever crooks who have been released on the flimsiest of technicalities, overambitious bounty hunters, a gang of skyjackers, a vicious illegal adoption ring, and even a hurricane. We are also given a glimpse into Walker's Native American heritage as he tries to protect his cousin David Little Eagle (Gregg Rainwater), after David has stumbled upon the grisly evidence of a modern day massacre. ~ Hal Erickson
What can one say about Walker Texas Ranger. He is another in a long line of fictional heroes, in the unending battle of good vs evil. Although some made the claim that the series was too violent, I believe Walkers badge personified not only the outward insignia of law enforcement, but also the inner substance of a man who stands for truth, honor and the American way. If at times it became necessay to put the fear of God in the bad guys, then so be it. And again, you can't beat the price, it was well worth it.
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