Character actor Michael Shannon has been nominated for his second Oscar for his role in the 2016 thriller Nocturnal Animals. "No Small Parts" takes a look at some of the other characters he's played in the past.
This is one of those episodes that kind of bored me when I was a kid but as I understood a little more about the "oil" plot I enjoyed it a little more plus we get a hot tamale guest starring.
"Spoilers" A young woman named Ally farmer wakes up and looks for her father who is on the road and she calls him to say she is making breakfast but before he can make it home, two guys with bandanas covering their face driving a truck force the dad off the road, setting his car on fire and make it look like a drunk driving incident being that the father had a history of alcohol abuse. Ally stands up for her father and tells Walker and Trivette that her father hasn't drank in 4 years and that he was murdered. Even Walker doesn't really believe her until he sees the skid marks on the road. Walker and the team are dealing with these corrupt oil rig workers whoa re trying to pollute the roads and the water with their poison. Meanwhile, Trivette has been looking over this dog whom he and Walker had rescued from drowning earlier but the oil is starting to affect the dog so Walker and Trivette do everything they can and they all go after the oil workers and take them down while Walker takes down the leader Nash. The dog is fine, Ally has avenged her father's death and is now a vet. Walker and Trivette locate the man who threw the dog in the water early on in the episode and it ends when walker tells the dog that the man has a steak in his pocket.
Great episode, M.C Gainey was awesome as one of the bad guys who makes racist remarks to Trivette only to get his ass kicked later by him. Uncle Ray touches your heart a little bit in a scene where he was talking about his first wife.
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