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Walker Season Premiere Review – They Started It (2×01)

Walker -- “They Started It” -- Image Number: WLK201b_0048r -- Pictured (L-R): Keegan Allen as Liam Walker , Jared Padalecki as Cordell Walker, and Odette Annable as Geri -- Photo: Rebecca Brenneman/The CW -- © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Walker season 2 is off to a promising start!

The new season jumped 3 months into the future and focused heavily on Micki’s time undercover. 

For those who need a bit of a refresher — Micki took a job to investigate the man responsible for Stan Morrison. 

But the job was particularly important because Stan wasn’t the shooter’s intended target — Cordell Walker, her partner was. 

Micki is tough, so there’s no reason why she wouldn’t have a handle on the situation, but three months and some radio silence and everyone is pretty worried about her, especially Trey, who hasn’t heard from her in over a month. 

Walker also knows what being undercover can do to a person when you become too accustomed to the lifestyle or when you grow too close to the people you’re lying to, so his concern is slightly more understandable. 

When we first see Micki, she has embraced the persona of Yvette, who is helping a man named Spider steal a car. 

He’s not nearly as skilled as she is as Yvette proves that she knows exactly what she’s doing. 

And she’s doing it all so that she can get an “in” with the boss, a man named Serano. 

Things take a deadly turn, however, when Spider is thrown off a building and killed.

Micki is definitely shaken, but Trey, who was also on the scene, is even more upset by the ordeal because he’s convinced that she’s in over her head.

Not only does he loop Walker in, but he also tells him about the fact that she’s doing all of this to protect him. 

Walker’s friendship with Micki means the world to him, so while he understands why she’s risking it all for him, he also wants to protect her. 

While it’s totally like Walker to butt in with the case and drive to Del Rio to find her (don’t you love how the Captain saw this coming), I love that he also trusts Micki enough to let her call the shots and let the situation play out. 

As much as I love Walker as the knight in shining armor, it’s even better when he acknowledges that women are capable of taking care of themselves.

Sticking through with the plan paid off because Micki finally snagged a meeting with Serano. 

However, things are about to get really messy because it seems as though she goes way back with Serano’s right-hand man. 

As she told Walker, he was the “one that got away.”

And from experience, we know that love and undercover work do not mix.

If this is an ex — and one that taught her everything she knows — then he knows too much about her already; He’ll be able to make her. 

Walker Season Premiere Review They Started It Season 2 Episode 1

Walker — “They Started It” — Image Number: WLK201a_0426r — Pictured (L- R): Lindsey Morgan as Micki Ramirez and Bryan Craig as Spider — Photo: Rebecca Brenneman/The CW — © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Micki’s in a lot of danger, which means she’s putting her loved ones in danger too. 

Though I’m intrigued by this storyline, there’s nothing that I hate more than something coming between Micki and Trey. Their relationship is so sweet and they worked a lot to get to this point. 

Back in Austin, the new neighbors moving next door to the Walker’s weren’t so new after all. 

At first, it was a little unclear as to why Cordell was having flashbacks to a fire at the barn, but when it was revealed that the Davidson’s were moving back in, it all began to make sense.

A young Cordell and a young Denise were responsible for the fire at the barn, an act that the family still holds it against the Walkers because the story is that Denise’s father died trying to save Cordi. 

However, it’s clear that no one is actually telling the truth about what really happened that night. 

What’s everyone hiding… and why?

While Denise and Cordell are the most cordial members of the two families since everyone else is butting heads. 

Both matriarchs were at each other’s throats, the kids got into it at school, and Liam and Dan came to blows about Denise the boar. 

Plenty of punches were thrown, and surprisingly, Cordell wasn’t the one throwing any of them. 

Liam’s anger was understandable as the DA position was taken from him and simply handed to Denise. I know the first election ended in murder, but doesn’t he deserve a chance to run again?

Plus, Denise is still treating him like the kid brother. 

Dan (played by Odette Annable’s — Geri’s — real-life husband Dave Annable) was also totally out of line. 

If you dish out hate, don’t be surprised when it’s given in return. 

There’s no need to keep fueling the fire here over something that happened so long ago. 

Auggie punching Denise’s son, Colton, was unexpected, but honestly, good for him for finding his inner warrior. Stella didn’t deserve to be called an entitled princess, even if she did wrongly accuse the kid of keying her car. 

It was an honest mistake. Though you know that these two lost, troublemaking souls are going to fall in love, which will put the two feuding family’s in a tailspin. 

Cordell and Geri seemed to be the only two with their heads on right, though, their feelings for each other weren’t addressed at all. 

It does seem like Denise and Cordell are supposed to have some kind of chemistry, but for everyone’s sake, I hope the writers don’t go down that route. 

And if I didn’t make it clear, I’m totally rooting for Geri, who said herself that she’s a Walker through and through. 

On one final note — who has the Walker house under surveillance. 

I’m not even going to get into how creepy that is, but it’s concerning that Walker and his family continue to be a target for really bad people. 

 

 


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Walker Review – It’s Not What You Think (2×04)

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Walker Review It's Not What You Think Season 2 Episode 4

The mystery of who bugged the Walker household is officially over. 

But I don’t think that the case is closed just yet. 

On Walker Season 2 Episode 4, Cordell informed his family that they were being watched before launching a whole secret mission to prove and trap Serano as the culprit. 

However, Liam wasn’t convinced it was Serano at all and had his heart set on the Davidson’s being behind it. 

And neither of them were wrong!

Serano’s men did bug the house, but David, Denice’s husband, paid them for access to spy on the Walker family as part of some long-running feud between the families that dates back to the barn fire years ago. 

Denice and Walker decided to lay a trap by getting a little too cozy at the Walker household, which definitely fired up David who assumed he was watching his wife cheat on him in real-time. 

The fact that these two are having marital problems didn’t make the situation any better. 

And Denice and Walker really laid it on thick. There’s obviously chemistry and history between them, but it was hilarious to see them getting into “character.”

Things were only made more awkward by Geri’s arrival. 

Talk about poor timing. 

Walker tried to get her out of there so quickly, but when she refused to leave, Denice stepped in and cut Geri off from likely addressing her feelings for Walker. 

I honestly felt so bad for her at that moment. She clearly thought she walked in on some private affair, and there was no time for Walker to explain that it was all part of an undercover op. 

I’m sure Geri will understand eventually, but will she be able to move past it?

Walker didn’t have time to dwell on it because of the case. If his house was bugged then Serano’s people likely bugged the DA’s house. 

Before they could even investigate, however, the culprit made his way to Walker’s house. 

Liam was almost caught in the crossfire, but it was actually David who stopped the shooter dead in his tracks and saved his life. 

While Liam should’ve been grateful, he couldn’t shake the fact that David was there because he was spying on them. 

Listen, Liam’s gut has been right thus far, so I would suggest they listen to him. 

It’s hard to be mad at the man who saves your life, but it’s also pretty terrible when he’s part of the reason you’re in that situation in the first place. 

Walker and Liam got into a heated argument over it, and I hate to say that Walker will feel pretty salty once the truth comes to light and reveals David’s involvement. 

Because the truth always comes to light. 

It’ll also be pretty awkward for Denice who basically scolded Walker for considering the possibility that her family could be behind the bugging. 

Could you blame him?

There’s definitely potential for a Denise and Walker romance — two lovers, two forbidden families — but that’s down the road once she finds out the truth about what David did. 

And before that could ever happen, we also need to know the truth about that barn fire. 

Stella and Colton are getting closer than ever. A man who will pull the fire alarm to help you get out of finishing the SAT’s is a man who had some feelings for you. 

While I can’t condone the behavior, Stella wasn’t in the right frame of mind to take that test after finding out she was being watched for weeks. 

This relationship may be thriving, but Trey and Micki’s is hanging on by a thread, mostly because of her guilt over what happened with Garrison. 

Trey deserves to know the truth, but it also needs to happen when Micki is ready. 

She’s been living in denial, which isn’t ideal for her relationship or career. Instead of taking the time to come to terms with what happened and to grieve, she lunged right back into her work which made her careless. 

Micki ignored direct orders from Captain James and went rogue. Her heart was in the right place wanting to protect her team, but the recklessness could’ve cost them a life. 

Taking time off from the force is the best thing she could do for herself. 

And if her heart isn’t in the relationship with Trey anymore, I really do hope she tells him sooner rather than later. 

What did you think of the episode? Should the Walker’s trust the Davidson’s?

Will David’s secret come to light? What happened at the barn?

And what will that map that was found in the home help them prove? That the barn was on their land when it burned down?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. 


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Walker Review – The One Who Got Away (2×02)

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Garrison is definitely the one who got away, that’s for sure. 

Walker Season 2 Episode 2 was one of the most intense episodes to date. Things always get crazy during undercover missions since so much is at stake. 

It was nice to see Micki steal the spotlight for a change with Walker coming in with an assist. 

Micki’s undercover gig took a dark turn when she came face-t0-face with Garrison, her ex-boyfriend. 

There were obviously a lot of unresolved feelings between them, not to mention a lot of chemistry to boot. 

It was clear that Micki and Garrison were on two different paths, but they worked well together. 

He didn’t give up her cover to Serrano and immediately informed her that he could be her CI and give her the evidence to take the gang leader down because he wanted an “out.”

Since Serrano killed Spider and was cleaning up all of his messes, it was only a matter of time before he also turned on Garrison. 

It’s a kill or be killed kind of world, so he was trying to get ahead of the “be killed” part. 

And it almost worked. They had some solid leads on Serrano, but eventually, Garrison had to walk into the lion’s den in order to ensure that they finally got the guy. 

By then, Serrano was onto Garrison, and he tasked him with shooting Cordell Walker — without missing this time. 

Micki was so blinded by her past with Garrison that she didn’t even realize he was the Austin shooter she was looking for.

And in order to save Cordell this time, Mici had to take down Garrison. 

It’s an impossible position to be in considering that there were still very real feelings for Garrison. 

Through their final adventure together, we found out that they were in a very serious relationship together and that Micki pretty much left him at the altar. 

The whole gig was a trip down memory lane, so it definitely got Micki in her feels slightly. 

It wasn’t easy to push Garrison out of the way, and though she saved Cordell’s life, you could see she immediately regretted it as Garrison slipped through her fingers. 

He fell to his death because of her and right in front of her. 

In his final moments, he uttered “it’s not your fault,” which at least absolved her from a bit of the guilt. 

This is the life Garrison carved for himself, and no matter what she did or didn’t do, Serrano would’ve gotten him one way or the other. 

At least in his death, he was able to help the love of his life one last time. He helped bring down Serrano and spared Walker’s life. 

He went down a hero. 

Micki mourned his death with some bourbon and the mixtape he made thinking of her, but that’s not going to be enough. 

She’s tough, but that’s a hard thing to bounce back from no matter the headspace. 

Throughout all of this, she pushed Trey away. He kept reaching out and inquiring about her, but she wasn’t the least bit interested in responding or assuring him that she was okay. 

Earlier this week, the shocking and heartbreaking news that Lindsey Morgan is exiting the series, and I think this is the catalyst for her to hang up the ranger hat. 

Micki is likely going to need to take time to figure things out without Trey. 

It’s a huge loss for Walker, but at least the exit won’t be abrupt in terms of storytelling.

We’ll just have to see Trey deal with that heartbreak. 

While it’s going to be difficult for him, I hope that he sticks around because he’s a good addition to the small town and a great coach. 

He found a way to turn detention into a learning moment by pairing up the foursome and throwing them into a sort of escape room that relied heavily on trust and communication. 

The result? A romance brewing between Colton and Stella. 

Colton was smitten when he saw Stella handling the horse. 

Of course, that’s yet another Romeo and Juliet kind of love considering the beef between the Davidson family and the Walker family. 

It’s unclear what exactly happened the night of the fire that killed Denice’s father, but I don’t think it was solely Walker’s fault. 

Can they hash things out so that we’re all on the same page?

Stella always has the worst luck with men and their families. 

It definitely seems like there are sparks flying between Denice and Walker, which I’m not thrilled about because I’m rooting for him and Jerri. 

When are they going to have their moment in the sun?

What will happen when the family’s come together for a good old fashioned cook-off? Will feelings get hurt over some chili?

I can’t wait to find out! 

Let us know what you thought about the episode! Are you bummed about Morgan’s upcoming departure?


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Walker Season Finale Review – Emily’s Killer is Revealed (1×18)

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Walker Season Finale Review Drive Season 1 Episode 18

It was an action-packed season finale of Walker, but the first half of the episode wasn’t entirely shocking. 

After the realization that Stan was a bad man who was responsible for killing Emily (or, at the very least, his shady actions contributed to her death), the focus was all about proving that for which there was no evidence.

Well, that’s what Stan thought at least. He thought that it would be his word against Cordell’s. And since Cordell was an angry man that was still grieving the loss of his wife and obsessed with finding her killer, he assumed there wouldn’t be any way that karma would ever catch up with him. 

In some moments, I thought that Stan might actually be telling the truth about not being involved in her death despite his dealings with the Northside Nation, however, when he sneakily reported that he was taken hostage, it was obvious he had something to hide. Also, it was very clear he was in way over his head since Cordell saw the murdered journalist who was onto something!

Stan essentially put out of a hit on himself by reporting the hostage situation as the goons rolled up to take him out, He knew too much, and, as Walker put it, he became expendable. 

Stan definitely didn’t play his cards right. 

There were two things Stan severely underestimated — the fact that there was no evidence and Cordell’s reaction. 

Auggie stumbled upon the evidence — poker chips belonging to his mother — at exactly the right time. 

This was the proof that allowed everyone in the family to immediately believe Cordell rather than question his sanity.

Cordell has also turned over a new leaf. He’s replaced his anger with accountability, and so despite wanting to put a bullet in Stan, he chose the right path and made him tell Emily’s family the truth about what happened that night before turning him in for his due process. 

The old Cordell would’ve acted irrationally, but the new and improved Cordell wanted to be there for his family during these trying times; He wanted closure more than anything. 

And since Captain James and Micki have had a front seat to Walker’s behavioral changes, they were also more inclined to believe that he was telling the truth about Stan.

I loved that Walker had the support of his loved ones in this. Usuaully, they’re trying to stop him from acting on emotions, but this time, they believed his emotions and validated them. 

Micki and Trey went above and beyond to make sure Carlos Mendoza was safe enough to testify, and Captain James told everyone to back down so that Cordell had enough time to complete his plan.

I personally didn’t care if Stan lived or died, but I truly enjoyed watching him face the music by coming face-to-face with the family who was hurt most by his corruption.

The Walker’s have been gravely abused by those they’ve trusted before, but that was nothing compared to the abuse of trust by a man they allowed into their home and to sit at their dinner table was the man that put the bullet in their mother, wife, daughter-in-law, and sister-in-law.

It took incredible restraint not to punch Stan when he confessed to shooting Emily instead of rendering aid.

It was also frustrating to watch because Stan could’ve easily taken down Cali and rescued Emily. He always had the means to fix his messes, but instead, he dug himself a bigger hole.

Emily wasn’t just in the wrong place at the wrong time, she was killed by someone she loved.

It was fitting to wrap up the mystery of her death in the finale… and what a mystery it was, down to the very last moment.

The fact that Stan was shot while being transported for lockup wasn’t even that surprising as he knew too much and had to be taken care of. 

At least, that’s what we thought 

In an unexpected twist, James informed Micki that Walker was actually the hitman’s target and he was spared thanks to his bulletproof vest. 

At this point, there’s a lot of possibilities as to who might have it out for Walker or who might be behind this new crime syndicate. 

I always thought that Trevor’s storyline ended a bit too abruptly, and since he was inside the house, it would make sense that he’d be behind the A-inspired lair that was watching the Walker family at any given moment. 

Is it not enough that we have Keegan Allen on the show? Now we have to go full Pretty Little Liars?

My other guess was that Bret, Liam’s former fiance, was behind the hood. After all, he has access to the Walker family, and he was all too eager to get back into Liam’s life. 

Maybe he’s gotten in with the wrong crowd?

Walker Season Finale Review Drive Season 1 Episode 18

Walker — “Drive” — Image Number: WLK118a_0535r — Pictured (L-R): Alexander Landi as Bret, Keegan Allen as Liam Walker, Mitch Pileggi as Bonham Walker and Molly Hagan as Abeline Walker — Photo: Rebecca Brenneman/The CW — © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

It would be quite a shame though since I think they make a cute couple and found myself rooting for them to get back together. 

With Stan down for the count in critical condition (he deserves it!), Liam is now taking over the DA position, and hopefully, that means less corruption all around. 

The small town could use an honest man in office!

With Walker finally getting closure when it came to Emily, I expected some progression on the Cordell and Geri relationship front. I respect that the show didn’t go there just yet as Cordell needs time to heal, and the best way to do that is by being there for his kids, but the romantic in me really wanted a fairytale moment here. 

Micki found herself at a crossroads between her personal and professional life. 

It only makes sense as the series was painting an image of a woman who was considering starting a family. 

We know that Micki is a career woman, and she’s made great strides in becoming the first Latina ranger, so giving that up doesn’t come easily to her. She’s still starting out and has so much potential, especially now that James has offered her an undercover gig to investigate the Del Rio syndicate and find out who may have been targeting Cordell.

Unfortunately, that means that she has to put her plans to have a family with Trey on hold. 

Will this break them? Trey seems so supportive that I would hope he’d encourage her to embrace this opportunity. 

Micki might also learn from Walker’s mistakes as she has a partner who quite literally put his career before his family multiple times and regretted it in the long run.

There’s no right or wrong answer here, but Micki does have to follow her gut in the same way Cordell has always followed his. 

It’s a situation that’s all too common for ambitious and working women in society, so I’m glad a series is tackling it in a relational and honest way. 

However, the decision is next season’s problem. For now, the mom brunch was exactly what she needed at the moment. Micki has come such a long way from the series premiere, and I know she’ll make the right decision. She always does. 

It was a well-executed season finale that wrapped up one very personal mystery that gave us a glimpse into the very core of Cordell Walker’s being. And in those final moments, the seeds of curiosity were placed that will bring us into next season!

And if the Walker family didn’t endure enough emotional trauma, Bonham decided to tell the kids about his cancer. 

They just can’t catch a break!

I started out rather iffy on the reboot, but as the series progressed, I found a spot for myself amidst Walker’s family. 

As Geri put it — this family is hard to walk away from.

What did you think of the finale? What are your thoughts on the season?

Let us know in the comments below! 


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