Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Seven “Hold Me Now”

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Seven “Hold Me Now”

Relationships are at the forefront despite the threat of a serial killer in this episode. As usual, I’ll leave the recap to others and focus on thoughts and themes. Cordell vs. the World Cordell wakes up alone, and texts Geri because she’s gone. This doesn’t seem like an auspicious start to the next phase of…

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Six “We All Fall Down”

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Six “We All Fall Down”

Walker’s “We All Fall Down” is aptly named, as it shows us the way the characters have stumbled recently, both personally and professionally, and how the past is surfacing to threaten the present. As usual, I’ll leave the full recap to others and zero in on what stood out to me. Hoyt, Stella, and Auggie…

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Five, “We’ve Been Here Before”

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Five, “We’ve Been Here Before”

The plot thickens. Captain James found out about the new leads on the Jackal, Geri dreams of expanding the Side Step, Cassie and David make progress on the case and interpersonally, and Stella and Auggie are still investigating the necklace on their own.   The title of the episode is the major through-line of the…

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Four “Insane BS and Bloodshed”

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Four “Insane BS and Bloodshed”

We got plenty of action in Walker 4.04 “Insane BS and Bloodshed” – the fallout of good intentions gone wrong, more reasons why secrets are bad, and proof that a serial killer is back in action. As always, I’ll leave the recap to others and focus on some themes and observations. Captain James, Trey, and…

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Three “Lessons from the Gift Shop”

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Three “Lessons from the Gift Shop”

In my last episode review, I said that dysfunctional family patterns don’t disappear overnight. Walker‘s “Lessons From The Gift Shop” continued that thought with several themes seen from different characters’ perspectives as they tried to improve themselves. I’ll leave the recap to other folks, and dive into what turned out to be a very interesting…

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Two – “Maybe It’s Maybelline”

Wrangling Walker: Season Four Episode Two – “Maybe It’s Maybelline”

We had another action-packed episode, with a sassy witness who really gives Cordell and his partners a run for their money, and we saw character growth in surprising ways. I’ll let others do the recap, and focus on the insights. Cassie, Trey, and Captain James Cassie has decided not to go back to the FBI…

Wrangling Walker: Season Three Episode Seventeen, “It Writes Itself”

Wrangling Walker: Season Three Episode Seventeen, “It Writes Itself”

We’re coming down to the end of Season 3, and this episode seems focused on second chances. Just when we think it’s safe to turn our attention to friends and family, there’s the definite clue that some group still has it in for the Walkers and their friends. I’m going to leave the detailed recap…

Wrangling Walker: Season Three Episode Sixteen “Daddy was a Bank Robber”

After several case-focused episodes, catching up with family drama was inevitable. This week’s episode did a good job of providing insight into how the characters were dealing with recent events—and added a surprise. I’ll skip the recap and go straight to what I liked best and what made me scratch my head.

Bourbon Nights: Losing a Brother

Bourbon Nights: Losing a Brother

“Bourbon Nights: Losing a Brother” Story by Gail Z. Martin Dioramas by Catherine Curl This story takes places after Supernatural 15:20 “Carry On” and Walker 3:15 “False Flag Part 2”. Spoiler warning for those seasons and episodes.  The Jackalope was exactly the kind of bar Cordell Walker needed tonight. Not the Side Step, where everyone knew…