Walker, Texas Ranger (1993–2001)
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One Riot, One Ranger 

Among the issues Walker has to deal with include a new partner named Trivette, a group of men terrorizing a circus family who camp out at his home, and some bad guys who plan on the ultimate bank caper.

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James Trivette (as Clarence Gilyard)
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C.D. Parker
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Alex Cahill
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Uncle Ray Firewalker
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Orson Wade (as Marshall Teague)
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Misha
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Yelena
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Captain Tom Price
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Cobalt
Steve Ruge ...
Bob Mobley (as Steven Ruge)
Michael Crabtree ...
Ernie Simon
Charles Mooneyhan ...
Dave Black
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Lisa Edwards (as Deborah Slaboda)
Tommy Townsend ...
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Among the issues Walker has to deal with include a new partner named Trivette, a group of men terrorizing a circus family who camp out at his home, and some bad guys who plan on the ultimate bank caper.

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In addition to driving a GMC truck and a Dodge Ram Walker also drove a Ford Bronco. See more »

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[explaining why a black kid from the Baltimore ghetto like himself would want to join the Texas Rangers]
James "Jimmy" Trivette: When I was a kid, every Saturday morning I used to get up and sneak into the living room and watch my favorite TV show about the most famous Texas Ranger of all time, the last surviving member of a squad ambushed by bandits. Nursed back to health by an Indian, he became...
Ranger Cordell Walker: Don't tell me...
James "Jimmy" Trivette: That's right, man! The Lone Ranger!
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Best Pilot Ever
29 October 2014 | by See all my reviews

Unrecognized as one of the best pilots in the history of American television, and one of the best episodes of this series, 'One Riot, One Ranger' conveys the heart and soul of "Walker, Texas Ranger" and illustrates that there was more to this series than Chuck Norris beating-up thugs and lowlifes.

The pilot of this series is a must-see for anybody who appreciates this show. Nobody who has a sour opinion of this show has seen the pilot and given it a fair chance. The pacing is flawless and this pilot features the perfect amount of character development, which leaves viewers adequately acquainted with the characters.

Some of the best plot points in this episode include Walker helping a young girl get her life back after being the victim of sexual assault, Walker and Trivette becoming excellent partners, and Walker avenging the murder of his previous partner. Every scene fits in the episode perfectly.


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