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Walker Texas Ranger season 6←Walker Texas Ranger season 5 Walker Texas Ranger season 7→
Walker Texas Ranger season 6 episodes list:
Belle Starr McClain is an under cover agent working on Jack Garrett. When Garrett learns what she is, he kills her. Walker sends someone to get Garrett to incriminate himself on tape and was about to when someone jumps out of nowhere and tries to kill Garrett. Walker stops him. He reveals himself to be J.W. McClain, Belle's brother. J.W.'s a marine, who has a history of insolence but considered to be good marine. It seems that Belle sent J.W. some evidence against Garrett before he killed her and J.W. refuses to turn it over. The man Walker sent in was being brought to a safe house when Garrett has him grabbed, and was about to kill him when he told Garrett that J.W. has some evidence against him, Garrett killed him and order his men to get J.W. and the evidence. Marine Staff Sergeant Parrish comes to bring J.W. and were on their way when J.W. brother and sister sprung him. They try to get Garrett but Garrett just had too many men and the sister is caught by Walker. Later J.W. and his
Walker gets an ex-convict to impersonate a just-jailed criminal to help capture his accomplices.
An AIDS-stricken seven-year-old tries to find his mother, with Walker's help.
Lucas becomes a crusader in the fight against AIDS.
Trivette is summoned to a nursing home called Quiet Rest by an old friend, Joshua Lenord. Lenord is a victim of Alzheimer's Disease and wants to show Trivette a tape recording of what's been going on at the nursing home. Lenord can't find the tape and then dies the next day. It turns out the doctors in charge, Dr. Munroe and Dr. Daniels, are illegally testing drugs on the residents for a cut, including using a drug banned by the FDA. So based on Trivette's notice of the male nurse's rude behavior, the death rate ratio, and the drugs found from Josh's autopsy, CD is sent in undercover. CD discovers that another patient, Maisie, is also undercover because her best friend was sent there and died and she remembered all the stuff her friend told her about the place. With Maisie's help she and CD find the drug samples but are caught. Luckily, a transmitter hidden in a Bible alerts Walker and Trivette. Munroe tries to stall them by sending the male nurses after them while she destroys the
Walker tells some children who are touring the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame the story of Hayes Cooper. The story begins in the Old West when Cooper, who was then a bounty hunter, went to a town to get his quarry, which he does. A farmer named Wilson has a mortgage due, and a man named Bedoe doesn't want him to meet it because he knows that the railroad's coming, and the Wilson's land is where they will be going through. Now the banker, who is in his pocket, wants to wait until he forecloses so that there'll be no hint of impropriety. But Bedoe is impatient, so has some of his men rough up Wilson. Cooper then helps him. One of Bedoe's men stabs him. The Wilsons offer Cooper a place to stay while he heals. Cooper then helps the Wilsons bring in their cattle but someone lets them out before they could deliver. The bank's about to foreclose when Cooper uses the money from apprehending the criminal to pay their mortgage. Bedoe decides to take drastic measures; he hires Rudd Kilgore, a deadly g
Cooper sets out to get justice for the Wilsons. He begins by confronting two of Kilgore's men; they draw on him and he outshoots them. Cooper is about to leave when he is stopped by Texas Ranger Cabe Wallace, who wants to sort out what happened between Cooper and the men he killed. After being satisfied that Cooper acted in self-defense, he lets him go but first talks to him about the line between justice and vengeance. He then offers Cooper a Texas Ranger badge, which Cooper accepts. He then goes off to find Kilgore and after finding him, he tried to bring Kilgore in, but Kilgore has too many men and he is shot. He rides out into the desert and is found by some Indians who nurse him back to health. Back in town Bedoe is going to buy the Wilson land but Sarah speaks out, and Sheriff backs her, but Kilgore kills the Sheriff. When Wallace returns he confronts Kilgore who kills him. When Cooper recovers he returns and faces Kilgore and wins. He also takes out Bedoe. Cooper then decides to
After escaping a research center, a boy with genius-level IQ gets Walker to help him find his mother.
When it appears that sending criminals to prison is not working, Walker suggests a new program that targets late teens or early twenty year olds. So Alex presents Walker's proposal to Senator Kay Hutchinson, who thinks that it should be considered but Commissioner Simpson, who thinks that the only solution is to build more prisons, and is also planning to ask more funds to build more prisons, and knows that Walker's proposal will jeopardize that, doesn't support it. But the Senator decides to give Walker a chance and assigns deputy Commissioner Luther Dobbs to evaluate it to see if it's feasible. So ten youthful criminals are brought to CAMP JUSTICE, where Walker and Trivette greet with the speech that the have an opportunity to turn their lives around or end up in Huntsville prison. Walker begins by making them run whenever they start acting up or be insolent. The next day Walker gives a speech about making ""smart"" choices. Walker then tries to get them into gardening; one of the boys
James Lee Crown wants to raise the value of his horse and to do that he gets someone who works for his competition, to ensure that his horse wins. At a race, the horse of Wes Calhoun, is the one he is worried about and his man has managed to deliver so far but Calhoun senses that his jockey has been holding back. He tells him that if he continues to do that, he will be replaced. After he wins, Crown confronts Calhoun and his man, when Calhoun tells him that he wants no part of what he is doing, Crown shoots the both of them and the horse. Walker suspects something when he remembers how Calhoun's man looked after they won. He has Trivette look into it while he goes visit his friend, Max Elson. Elson's a former rodeo star who suffered a paralyzing injury. And he is now facing the possibility of losing his ranch unless he can come up with some money - if he could only enter his horse Rainbow's End, in the Texas Derby, and win they might save the ranch. But first they need a sponsor, so Wa
A female construction worker is in danger after threatening to blow the whistle on unsafe construction practices.
Walker must save two orphan murder witnesses from being killed themselves before they can give testimony.
Walker's friend, Reservation Police Chief Sam Coyote has been seeing Nora Shannon, an archaeologist who has been working on the reservation. When he proposes to her she turns him down and things get a little unpleasant between the two of them. Now an oil company that knows that there's oil under the reservation wants to get it before the Indians know about it, only problem is that Dr. Shannon site is where the oil is. So the oil company hires one of the men on her crew to do what it takes to get her to leave. But when that fails, he kills Dr. Shannon and frames Sam. While Walker and his deputy, George don't believe that Sam did it, the killer tells the Feds about Sam and Dr. Shannon, so they are about to arrest Sam and take him off the reservation, when Walker instructs George to arrest Sam so that he can remain on the reservation until they sort it out. When Walker learns about the oil company's application for mineral rights, he then goes to the man and after talking with him, he kno
Prison escapees take some nuns hostage and make demands, threatening to kill some battered women if they are not met.
C.D. is offered a job as the acting head of security at Golden Wells, a high class resort, replacing the previous man, who just disappeared. C.D. asks the assistant security chief Grady what happened to his predecessor. Grady tells him that he had a drinking problem. C.D. then goes to the Sheriff and asks if it's true, who tells him no. C.D. then offers to help. What they don't know is that he caught Grady doing something without his knowledge, so Grady had him killed. Walker is then instructed by the commissioner, who was instructed by the Governor to go Golden Wells, because several of the country's wealthiest men will be there this weekend for a special function, and he wants Walker to discreetly keep an eye on things. Alex accompanies him as his wife and Trivette pretends to be a capitalist. Trivette tells Walker that Grady, C.D.'s assistant has a criminal record which somehow was missed when he applied for the job. Grady concerned that C.D.'s getting too nosy instructs one of his
Walker helps a wrestler whose ex-wife is in hiding after witnessing a murder.
Walker and Trivette are chasing some robbers; while Walker goes after two of them, Trivette goes after the third, Kroeger, the leader. Walker manages to grab one of them, Floy. Trivette follows Kroeger to a darkened area. Trivette sees that Kroeger is about to shoot, so he shoots back but from an awkward position. When he gets up he discovers that he shot a boy. The doctors don't think that it's wise to operate on him right now. Trivette goes before a review board, and the man investigating the shooting is Lieutenant Moffett, who has grudge against Trivette; it seems that the two of them were competing for the same Texas Ranger post and Trivette got it. Moffett discloses to the review board that he believes that Trivette acted irresponsibly. Walker, while believing in Trivette, says that he only heard one shot and postulates that Kroeger had a silencer on his gun. Trivette is suspended. He is crucified by the media. And he decides to drown his sorrows in the bottle. When Walker finds h
Carlos is working undercover. He is working on a ring of drug dealers, who are led by a man known as El Vaquero. When he witnesses the number two man, Johnny Primo kill someone and reports it to Walker, who says that they should take them down but Carlos wants to get El Vaquero because he believes that he was the one who killed his brother who was a junkie. Johnny has his fingerprints checked out and discovers that he is a cop. They grab Carlos and Johnny demands to know what he has told and when Carlos refuses to say anything Johnny beats him up. Carlos escapes and is taken in by a homeless man he met earlier. Trent and Walker are worried because he was suppose to come to the Karate tournament that Trent's gym is joining. They try to find him and the homeless man finds Trent and tells him where Carlos is. But a disgruntled member of the community, who was thrown out tells Primo's people where Carlos is and they tear the place apart and when they find Carlos, Johnny was about to kill h
Trent gains the reputaion of being a defender for abused woman. Maria Mendoza, who is the wife of drug dealer, Rudy Mendoza, who also beats her. When she sees Trent in the newspaper, she calls him. After meeting him she decides not to seek his help for fear of what her husband might do. But her husband had her followed. Trent goes to Carlos and asks him to check on Maria and her husband. Carlos gets the info and gives it to Carlos. And it's at that very moment that Mendoza's men shoot at them, but miss. Trent and Carlos get Maria away from her husband and bring her to Alex. She then gives them some on her husband's activities and Walker busts his operations. Mendoza wanting revenge has his men find Maria and they bring her to him, she finally gets the courage to stand up to him, and Walker, Trent, and Carlos arrive to save them. Maria decides to leave town and make a fresh start elsewhere.
A geneticist is kidnapped by a group wanting to use her research to create a race of genetically superior soldiers.
Angel, Trivette's old girlfriend, comes to town looking for her father and asks for his help. He does and when they finally find him, she pulls a gun and kills him, she then knocks Trivette out. Trivette investigates the man and learns that he testified against some Jamaican drug dealers. When Angel goes to get her payment, the leader of the Jamaicans orders her killed, but she was ready for them. She eventually goes after them. She eventually makes it to the top man and Trivette is there also. When he tries to kill Trivette, she steps in front of him and is shot and eventually dies in Trivette's arms.
Roscoe Jones, the (black) minister who succeeded Trent's father is being targeted by a man named Stan Gorman. It seems that years ago when Roscoe was in the Army, his friend, who is also black was the C.O. of a unit and one of the men in his command's Gorman. Gorman's a bigot, who didn't like being ordered by a black man. Eventually the tension between the two men reached it's breaking point when Gorman tried to kill Roscoe and his friend, while he killed his friend, Roscoe survived and testified against Gorman, who would be sent to prison. While in prison Gorman became head of a white supremacy group, and now he is after Roscoe.
Joe Lopez, a safecracker, who has been paroled returns to see his wife, Marta, and his son, Tommy, who are friends of Walker and the gang. While his wife is uncertain of whether or not she wants him back, his son hates him. She offers him a job at her new restaurant. At the same time, Walker is working on a series of armed robberies that have been going on. What they don't know is that the robbers are all paroled convicts, who are staying at the same halfway house that Joe is staying in. The leader tries to recruit Joe and he says yes. But he then goes to Walker and tells him. Walker wants to arrest the guy who tried to recruit Joe but Joe asks him to let him try and find out who the boss is. When the day of the job comes, they manage to elude Walker. And when they arrive, Joe learns that the boss is his parole officer, Buck Coburn, and that they have Tommy there, to make sure Joe does the job. Walker and Trivette eventually find out where the job is. They arrive to stop Coburn, and J
Two 14-year-old crack sellers are victims in a turf war involving multiple gangs and centered around a middle school.