History Series / WalkerTexasRanger

15th Sep '17 7:26:33 PM DrOO7
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* {{Oireland}}: Any episode featuring Irish people was usually also chock full of Irish stereotypes and [[FakeIrish terrible]] UsefulNotes/IrishAccents.
14th Sep '17 1:49:51 PM DrOO7
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** Also implied when Alex is kidnapped by three survivalist brothers. When they bring her to their cabin, she's greeted by two other women who have been held prisoner. It's not hard to imagine what they've gone through.

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** Also implied when Alex is kidnapped by three survivalist brothers. When they bring her to their cabin, she's greeted by two other women who have also been held prisoner. It's not hard to imagine what they've gone through.


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* SoBeautifulItsACurse: It seems that a huge part of the reason Alex is kidnapped and assaulted so often is because she's attractive--in "Survival", one of the trio of crazed brothers who abduct her outright says to another, "Ain't she beautiful, Dwight? I want her."
7th Sep '17 10:04:32 AM DrOO7
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** Also implied when Alex is kidnapped by three survivalist brothers. When they bring her to their cabin, she's greeted by two other women who have been held prisoner. It's not hard to imagine what they've gone through.
21st Aug '17 11:29:25 PM DrOO7
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* CrusadingWidower: Walker channeled his anger and grief over his fiancee's murder into being the best cop possible.
2nd Aug '17 7:02:51 AM ACW
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* FantasticRacism: The hate groups Walker and company would go up against and soundly kick their asses. It was also revealed that Walker's parents were victims of this.


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* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: The hate groups Walker and company would go up against and soundly kick their asses. It was also revealed that Walker's parents were victims of this.
24th Jul '17 11:33:35 PM DrOO7
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* AttemptedRape: [=LaRue=] attempts this with Alex several times. And one of the Ramon brothers tries to do this Sydney. Luckily, Walker and company show up JustInTime.


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* BelligerentSexualTension: Gage and Sydney. For all their bickering, they are clearly attracted to each other, though it never got to go anywhere before the finale.


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* SexSlave: Implied with the drug baron's handmaid.
---> "Senor Ortega came to my village. He saw me. . .and he wanted me."
3rd Jun '17 7:53:30 AM NekoHybrid
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* GlassCannon: Most mooks are like this as they get taken out quite easily against those who can actually fight back. One situation in particular is a [[KidsAreCruel kid bully]] who repeatedly gets into fights with the son of a recently deceased police officer on the way home from school. However, once the son gets some lessons from his grandfather, when the bully attempts to beat on him again, the son easily took him down with [[CurbStompBattle only two hits]] , proving he's just a stupid little wimp.


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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: A mafia don who abuses his young son in order to "raise him into the family business" forces his son to climb to the top of a bookshelf ladder and orders him to jump, saying he'll catch him if he trusts him. When he jumped, the father immediately pulls away and lets his son painfully hit the floor. He then kicks his son to get him to get up before stating the "life lesson" is never to trust anybody. At the end of the episode once the Texas Rangers bust in and beat down the mooks, the mafia don loses his gun, which is picked up by his son. He immediately tries to get his son to give the gun to him, saying he can trust him. To his shock and anger, the son gives the gun to Walker, angrily shouting that he trusted his son and he betrayed it. The son simply called out that he trusted him, too, and look where that got him. The undercover ranger reminds the don that that was his own "life lesson" used against him.
3rd Jun '17 7:36:39 AM NekoHybrid
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* RealAfterAll: In the episode about UFO sightings, turned out to be a secret government project. At the end of the episode, the cast view an old recording of the military base, which featured what looked like a stasis pod, with a non-human hand touching the glass...

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* RealAfterAll: In the episode about UFO sightings, turned out to be a secret government project. At the end of the episode, the cast view an old recording of the military base, which featured what looked like a stasis pod, with a non-human hand touching the glass...glass from the inside...
3rd Jun '17 7:35:12 AM NekoHybrid
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** Walker takes down a corrupt self-proclaimed "Texas Ranger" before tearing off the Texas ranger badge off of him.
3rd Jun '17 6:59:59 AM NekoHybrid
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--> '''Walker:''' "You have the right..." (kicks thug in the face) "... to remain silent."

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--> '''Thug:''' "Ranger! You screwed up! You forgot to read us our rights!"
--> '''Walker:''' "You "You're right. You have the right..." (kicks thug in the face) "... to remain silent."
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