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Alex comes down with a case of baby fever after a frightened young mother abandons her infant son with the caring DA. Elsewhere, the Rangers follow a trail of dead bodies to the leader of a vicious gang of ex-convicts. Trivette: Clarence Gilyard. Gage: Jud (more…)
A woman (Dionne Warwick) seeks the Rangers' help in tracking down a hijacked ambulance, which carries her dying granddaughter's donor liver. Faith: Arreale Davis. Dr. Michaels: Gerry Becker. Dwight: Mark Kiely. Toby: Heath R. Lourwood. Randy Delany: Blake (more…)
Walker takes a troubled youth (Nicolas Gonzalez) under his wing after the boy's parents die in a tragic accident; Sydney and Gage go undercover as ravers to bust a gang of drug dealers. Elena: Marlene Forte. Luis: Patrick Montes. Mario: Carlos Sanchez.
Gage finds himself in a deadly situation after accepting a ride from a pair of escaped convicts---one a “thrill killer,” the other a victim of a setup. Lara: Sarah Rafferty. Hitch: Helen Cates. Aurora: Jana Brockman. Randi: Jameelah McMillan.
An ex-con (Hulk Hogan) attempts to unite a racially divided neighborhood with the help of the Rangers, but their efforts are continually thwarted by a ruthless drug dealer. Carson: Chaka Forman. Mike: Howard Walker. Danny: Brandon Lange. Ace: Francis Capra (more…)
A successful nightclub singer (Frank Stallone) faces pressure from wise guys, who make their enemies disappear, literally, in a vat of acid. Sonny: John Mariano. Tony: Tony Lo Bianco. Ellen: Denise Gentile. Roberta: Laura Bailey. Eddie: Joe Marino.
The Rangers investigate the murder of a hotshot attorney who amassed a fortune defending criminals claiming to be the victims of police brutality. Tom Jakes: Beau Billingslea. Cassie Jakes: Lori Jones. Jackson: David Saunders. Sgt. Thomas: Ajgie Kirkland (more…)
A Dallas billionaire's teenage daughter (Mercedes McNab) is kidnapped by a trusted ally: her bodyguard. It's a race against time as the Rangers attempt to locate the 17-year-old before her captor kills her and broadcasts the murder on the Web. Preston: Dan (more…)
Gage must dress as a knight and compete in a series of jousting matches when he goes undercover to catch a band of art burglars who work at a medieval-themed dinner theater. Elsewhere, Trivette runs into a string of bad luck when he transports a self-descr (more…)
The son of a convicted Mob boss hunts down the people he believes are responsible for his father's imprisonment: the head juror, a Federal judge and ADA Alex Cahill-Walker. Elsewhere, legendary kickboxers Joe Lewis, Howard “The Flash” Jackson, Bill “ (more…)
Gage and Sydney go undercover as a pair of outlaws in order to apprehend a motorcycle gang that is dealing drugs to improperly licensed truck drivers. Boyd Scranton: Andrew Rothenberg. Vander: Tommy G. Kendrick. Trumbull: Tom Schuster. Alex: Sheree J. Wils (more…)
While trying to apprehend a pair of carjackers, Gage is injured and becomes totally deaf. As the young Ranger comes to terms with his disability, Walker leads a search for the assailants. Sydney: Nia Peeples. Trivette: Clarence Gilyard. Alex: Sheree J. Wil (more…)
A dangerous undercover assignment finds Walker and Trivette posing as international arms dealers, and Alex, Sydney and Gage in a life-and-death battle against the Ebola virus. Alex: Sheree J. Wilson. Sydney: Nia Peeples. Gage: Judson Mills.
Walker takes some time off to prepare for the arrival of his first child, while Trivette, Sydney and Gage moonlight as stunt doubles in a low-budget vampire film. While on the set, the Rangers become suspicious of the film's executive producer. Alex: Shere (more…)
Part 1 of two. Walker's new partner, Trivette (Clarence Gilyard), has a history with a suspect in a bank robbery that left another Ranger dead. Wade: Marshall Teague. Cobalt: Marco Perella. J.J.: Woody Watson. Lisa: Debbie Slaboda. Dean: Bill Yarborough. P (more…)
Conclusion. Walker believes a group is planning to rob four banks simultaneously. Wade: Marshall Teague. Cobalt: Marco Perella. J.J.: Woody Watson. Lisa: Debbie Slaboda. Trivette: Clarence Gilyard. C.D.: Gailard Sartain. Walker: Chuck Norris.
A Congressman's connection to a murder in the Japanese underworld makes him a target of a friend of Walker. Cabe: Andrew Robinson. Yoshi: Aki Aleong. Kemai: Patty Toy. Trivette: Clarence Gilyard. Jaeker: John Davies. Alex: Sheree J. North.
A crooked parole officer (R.D. Call) threatens one of his parolees (Tom Hodges), who's also a friend of Walker's. Quint: Patrick St. Esprit. Frances; Marsha Dietlein. Walker: Chuck Norris. Trivette: Clarence Gilyard. Billy Jr.: Westly Gibson.
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- Premiered: April 21, 1993
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: An action-oriented modern-day Western about a Lone Star lawman who relies on martial arts to subdue bad guys. Walker's unsubtle butt-kicking ways are often at odds with those of his partners, who favor a more cerebral way of dealing with criminals. This wa… (more)
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