Time Trax (1993–1994)
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To Live and Die in Docker Flats 

Darien travels to a spit-in-the-road town to find a fugitive from the future, only to learn he's been murdered. He sets about to find out who killed him, but faces a town full of unwelcoming folk and an unwitting sheriff.

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Darien Lambert
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Selma
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Sue Leal
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Burt Docker
Tamblyn Lord ...
Eddie
Brian Vriends ...
Longo
Andrew Best ...
Hogan
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Lester
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Darien travels to a spit-in-the-road town to find a fugitive from the future, only to learn he's been murdered. He sets about to find out who killed him, but faces a town full of unwelcoming folk and an unwitting sheriff.

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Started Out Promising...
11 May 2014 | by See all my reviews

FULL SPOILERS ...but went down the toilet about mid way in. Why? Well, the show finally did what it had yet done: inserting Leftist crap. At least since the '70's a number of TV shows had done that to one degree or another, some worse than others. But Trax had been relatively free of that until now.

Based on a small town in Texas, a state notoriously hated by the Left, Darien soon discovers a town of covering for a group of men (unshockingly white) who have murdered Mexicans. Soon after one of them tells Darien they hate Mexicans and how they come here illegally and take their jobs -- the same crap the Left likes pollute the brains of people about in regards to the Right, especially, if they can, Texans. 'cause after all, everybody, according to Left-wing nut jobs, on the Right is a bigot and racist. Never mind the Vice Preisdent Joe Biden (white) said President Obama was the first mainstream black guy clean and well spoken, a, quote, "fairy tale, man", or Senator Harry (really white) Reid said then President-elect Obama was "light-skinned" and had no "negro dialect", among other quotes.

Now, maybe you were thinking what I was thinking, that it's possibly just a small group of racists in town, right? Well, the young Eddie makes sure to dispense of that completely by telling Darien, after admitting to the murders, that it was easy to stir up people around the area into racism (apparently all small-town people, or Texas, are just racists waiting to happen). Eddie even recalls the flash back where they all got drunk to to harass the Mexicans -- 'cause, you know, that's what all small-town folk apparently do late at night: get drunk and be racists.

I don't know about you, but this is one episode I will NEVER be viewing again.


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