An old friend of Alex's, a Senator who is rumored to... See full summary ». The rangers help a Mexican security team protect a political candidate from an assassin.
Walker realizes the rafting guide is one of the escaped convicts who killed the real organizer. Walker must find a way to capture the convict and save the others on the rafting trip.
In a maximum-security prison, Walker poses as a hit-man to get evidence on an incarcerated racketeer who's had a key witness and two Rangers killed. Alex's life hangs in the balance after being shot by a criminal during her friend's wedding.
Meanwhile, the only case CD could not solve when he was a TexasRanger comes back to haunt him. Walker is taking some kids on a tour of the TexasRanger Hall of Fame.
When one of them asks him to tell them about a Ranger, Walker chooses to talk about Hayes Cooper. Walker continues to tell the story of Hayes Cooper.
And he continues when Cooper upon seeing the family he befriended killed, he sets out to go after the ones he believes responsible for ... See full summary ». Walker breaks in a new partner while protecting Alex from an ex sheriff turned prisoner who blames Alex for putting him in jail and seeks revenge.
Walker working with the FBI busts an arms' dealer. The man in charge pulls a gun and Walker shoots him and his dying words are for him to watch out for his brother.
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. Walker fears he may have to take down an old friend in town from Japan, knowing the man has ties to the Japanese mob.
Two orphans go to a foster home with a couple who plan to adopt them. Eight years previous, a bank robbery resulted in the sheriff being killed, and the criminals escaping in a small plane.
The previous champion tries to plant drugs on Walker's friend, and then tries murder. One candidate is being hunted by her violent ex-husband, and she thinks about dropping out of the application process.
Alex is about to prosecute a man named Karl Makes. Alex's father is a recovering alcoholic and Makes gets him to drink.
When Victor Large, the one who terrorized Alex is brought to trial. This time, he has a court hearing to determine his sanity.
Large wrestles a gun from the bailiff and takes over the court, killing people at whim. Drug dealers in the area find their cabin and attempt to kill everyone inside.
A group calls themselves the Guardians and wants to blow up oil rigs because they are dangerous to the environment. Walker goes undercover to find the men at the top of the group.
A hit team targets a future wedding for two cops and their friends including the best man and maid-of-honor Alex Cahill. High school athletes are being coaxed to take a hybrid steroid called Power balls to enhance their sporting skills.
However, the drug takes over their brain and makes them oblivious to danger, causing teens to die from it. Walker transports a mob accountant on a plane, so he can testify in court.
The mob leader wants him dead, so he causes the plane to crash. Walker and the survivors must find their way from the crash site to safety while the mob chases them.
While there to fish, some men think they are there to find his drug operation. Feeling that merely locking up criminals is not making a dent in the crime rate, Walker makes a proposal for new kind reformatory, before Senator Kay Hutchinson.
Walker helps the dead ranger's children cope with their loss. When they capture a woman who took part in a jailbreak, she agrees to testify in New Orleans, which is where Walker and his partner are assigned to escort her to, much to the chagrin of Trieste, who had vacation plans instead.
A (black) preacher who's a friend of Trent's dad is being targeted by a racist whom he helped send to prison. Walker and Trieste stop in a small town while transporting a likable prisoner.
The sheriff rules the town with strict laws, harsh enforcement, and promotes racism with his deputies. A well-liked woman in a small town is murdered, and townsfolk suspect a slow-minded man.
The sheriff calls the Rangers to help prevent a lynching. Walker and Trieste must find the real killer before the angry town hangs the innocent man.
CD gets a job as acting Chief of Security at a Resort. An investigation into the theft of a state-of-the-art military helicopter for use in the drug trade leads Walker to a former fellow Marine Corps officer, who abandoned his unit 25 years ago in Vietnam.
The Rangers ask Charlie Brooks to play the Iceman due to a resemblance. When the Texas State Legislature is pondering budget cuts, Sen. Warren Hughes suggests disbanding the Texas Rangers ... unaware of a deadly plot an experienced jewel thief has planned for ... See full summary ».
A man that Walker and others helped put into prison has escaped. He is determined to kill those responsible for his imprisonment, with Walker being the last one on his list.
It seems the psychic does have the ability to sense things, and together they find the girl. The Rangers and friends take troubled children to CDs ranch for a weekend camp.
One boy takes money from a drug dealer at a restaurant, and now the criminals are after them. Carlos is working undercover to get an elusive drug dealer known as El Vaquero.
Walker goes undercover as a peasant to stop a slave trading operation. Walker works with Jesse Rodriguez to break up the Mexican slave trading in Texas.
Walker finds the person that is running the operation and closes it down. Trent has gained a lot of notoriety of being a defender of abused women.
Good versus evil is something Padlock knows a bit about, after 15 years playing monster hunter Sam Winchester in the hit CW show, “Supernatural.” Instead of taking down werewolves, vampires and demons, as Walker, Padlock is tackling issues surrounding immigration, police tactics and grief.
Having thrown himself into his work after his wife’s murder, he comes home from a long undercover assignment to find his kids struggling and his department changing. He’s paired up with a Mexican-American woman, played by Lindsey Morgan, who starred in another CW show, “The 100.” A trailblazer with a lot to lose, her character, Ranger Mick Ramirez, keeps Walker in line.
Padlock fans will recognize a familiar face as the law enforcer’s lost love, shown in flashbacks. An NYU Titch School of the Arts grad, Genevieve did a lot more than just parent while her husband was off fighting mythical creatures.
She writes a blog called Now & Gen, has a book club, is on the board for the charity Random Acts, is working on a new project promoting sustainability and had a clothing line at Kohl’s. Jared spent much of the last 15 years filming in Vancouver, B.C., flying home for long weekends and hiatus.
“I think Gen’s ultimate dream is to have a farm somewhere and no cell phone reception and be completely off the grid,” Jared mused.