Walker, Texas Ranger: Season 2, Episode 2

Storm Warning (2 Oct. 1993)

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Walker's partner goes undercover and gets sent to prison. But the bus never makes it when a hurricane blows into Texas and Walker follows the escapees to a remote hotel where only the owners and a special friend still remain.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Trivette (as Clarence Gilyard)
Gomez (as Luis Guzman)
Robin Henley
Hicks (as 'Tiny' Lister Jr.)
Kirk Sisco ...
Dick Sant
Rick Porter ...
Cathy Sant
Kurt Rhoads ...
Spangler (as Kurt Rhodes)
Gary Carter ...


Walker's partner goes undercover and gets sent to prison. But the bus never makes it when a hurricane blows into Texas and Walker follows the escapees to a remote hotel where only the owners and a special friend still remain.

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Kane Hodder who is well known for his portrayal of Jason Voorhees in 4 films in Friday The 13th series had a short cameo in the beginning of this episode. He attacked Walker and Walker punches him and throws him on bar and head first into a pole. See more »

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Exciting episode!
27 December 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This little gem is one of my more favorite episodes for the following reasons:

1: Trivette has more of a central plot and gets to really kick some ass. 2: Richard Norton plays the lead criminal. 3: Walker punks the bad guys pretty good.

"Spoilers" Walker and the team are working this case in which they are trying to bust this drug kingpin by the name of BlackJack but someone needs to go undercover in prison and infiltrate Black jacks crime ring and that person is none other than Trivette. While Trivette is on the prison bus a lightning strikes a pole and forces the bus off the road in which it hits a tree and Trivette, along with several other convicts, find a nearby hotel and take the owners hostage. Walker gets wind of this and runs out into the storm and locates the hotel and one by one Walker and Trivette take out the criminals with the help of a paralyzed woman whom Walker had saved earlier from trying to commit suicide.

Neat episode, Walker is a true badass as usual and has some pretty memorable one-liners such as "Your idea of family, sucks the high wind" and "90 percent of all accidents happen in their home". It was nice to see Trivette the center of attention and having the bad guys respect him with praises such as "you move at the speed of sound". Richard Norton plays a terrific villain with his impressive physique and dark nature with a cool accent adding to the awesomeness of the character. Other familiar faces in this episode are Luis Guzman and Tiny Lister who play two of the escaped convicts. Nice seeing Luis Guzman feuding with Trivette the whole time which lead to a satisfying beatdown delivered by Trivette. Tiny Lister was comical with his constant whimpering.

Another jealousy moment in which Walker Kisses the woman in a wheelchair and Alex and the rest watch. Anywhoo great episode!

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