Walker, Texas Ranger/Trial by Fire

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Trial by Fire
Airdate October 16, 2005
Written by John Lansing,
Bruce Cervi
Directed by Aaron Norris
Network CBS
Style 2-hour crime drama
Company Norris Brothers Entertainment,
Paramount Network Television Productions,
Paramount Television,
The Rudy Grief Company

Origin USA
← 8x24
The Final Showdown (2)

Walker, Texas Ranger
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Trial by Fire is a TV movie of Walker, Texas Ranger.



Plot Overview

A missile launcher is stolen and after an innocent employee ends with it he calls Walker. But when Walker and Gage arrive the man is dead and his fiteen-year-old son shows up. Three Korean men who want the launcher try to grab the boy who has the launcher but he escapes. Walker and Gage look for him without success. One of the boy's friends is hiding him and refuses to help the Rangers out. One of Walker's new Rangers (Rhett Harper) is charged with two counts of murder and is prosecuted mercilessly by Alex. At the end the Korean men are killed, the real murderer is caught, Alex is shot in the chest and the movie ends with her lying on the courthouse floor bleeding to death.


Sydney does not appear at all, Trivette appears in one cameo scene, and Gage has changed drastically in that he now wears ties, has lost weight, and has an annoying habit of calling Walker (who got promoted to Captain) "sir."

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The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments