Walker, Texas Ranger: Season 9, Episode 13

Division Street (3 Feb. 2001)

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Ex-con and former gangbanger, Boomer Knight ( ), runs a youth center to help keep kids out of the life that put him in prison... See full synopsis »


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Episode credited cast:
James Trivette (as Clarence Gilyard)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kevin Indio Copeland ...
Boomer Knight (as Terry 'Hulk' Hogan)
Mike Williams (as Howard Walker)
Guardian #2
Quinton Jones ...
Jeff (as Quinton A. Jones)
Brandon Lange ...
Danny Williams


Ex-con and former gangbanger, Boomer Knight ( ), runs a youth center to help keep kids out of the life that put him in prison... See full synopsis »

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A good dose of spirituality and Peace
5 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a very well done episode. What it may have lacked in action, it made up for in Spirituality. Hulk Hogan plays Boomer Mcknight, a former gang banger who's been out of prison for 10 years. He opens a community center that helps to keep young people from joining gangs. Throughout the episode his center is broken into by a gang and a drug dealer who tear up things and spray paint graffiti on the benches. Boomer teaches Christian teaching which is that violence only leads to more violence and also peace. In one scene he confronts a group of young people with former inmates who tell them that if they go to jail their seen as nothing more than "fresh meat". At the end Boomer is kidnapped by the drug dealer who starts to hang him. Just then the two gangs, The guardians and the Blades attack the henchman and save him. They then start to hang the drug dealer until Boomer reminds them that they would go to jail for murder. I enjoyed the fact that they showed the reasons not to join a gang and didn't glamorize them as most TV does today. Bravo to this series for trying to deter youngsters from joining gangs.

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