Cordell Walker is a contemporary Texas Ranger working out of the Dallas office who believed in dealing with criminals the old-fashioned way--by beating them up, Despite the rules that governed the way law-enforcement officers were supposed to act. Walker's approach closely resembles the "eye for an eye" school of crime fighting.
Last EpisodeTV Movie: Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial By… Aired: Oct. 16, 2005
Walker, Alex, and Gage seek to locate a youngster who has a part of a missile guidance system before criminals do.
Series Fun Facts
- According to C.D. Parker, Jimmy Trivette played college football at Penn State University, and was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys. His career ended after his rookie year due to a shoulder injury.
- At least 16 actors from the 4 'Lethal Weapon' films (1987-1998) have appeared on this show. They include Sven-Ole Thorsen (in an uncredited appearance in the second episode), Tom Atkins,…
[show]At least 16 actors from the 4 'Lethal Weapon' films (1987-1998) have appeared on this show. They include Sven-Ole Thorsen (in an uncredited appearance in the second episode), Tom Atkins, Mitchell Ryan, Gary Busey (as a character named Riggs), Ed O'Ross, Grand L. Bush, Sherman Howard, Mark Rolston, Dean Norris, Nick Chinlund, Henry Kingi, George Kee Cheung, Roger Yuan, James Wing Woo, Francois Chau, and James Lew.
- C.D. Parker was the only character who refers to Walker by his first name.