Walker returns from its midseason hiatus with the family split and new problems to contend with. Texas Ranger and his family face old family foes and the emerging Northside Nation. A lingering feud between Cordell Walker and his younger brother Liam comes at the worst possible time, as Northside continues to target the split family. To understand more about episode 7, keep reading the recap section.
The new episode has caught the imagination of fans after a great action-packed episode. Let’s go on to the eighth installment of the series. You can figure it out from the summary and trailer. www.tvacute.com also has Walker Season 2 Episode 8 spoilers to help you better comprehend the latest episode.
Walker Season 2 Episode 8 Spoilers
Tonight! There will be a new episode called “Two Points for Honesty.” This is where you’ll see a lot of big, dramatic things happen. At the end of the previous episode, Captain James is shot in the chest. It’s not clear if he’ll be okay. This could also be a way to set the stage for what the future holds for him in years to come.
Walker Episode 208 Synopsis: CAPTAIN JAMES IS SHOT – While setting up protective detail on Trey (Jeff Pierre), Captain James (Coby Bell) is shot and left in critical condition. Walker (Jared Padalecki) takes on the role of interim Captain and turns to an unlikely source for help. Bosede Williams directed the episode written by Blythe Ann Johnson (#208).
Cw’s Walker Season 2 Episode 8 Release Date
New Walker season 2 episode 8 will release on Thursday, January 20, 2022, at 8 pm ET/PT on The CW. Every episode of WALKER (2021) will be available to stream on The CW App and CWTV.com the day after broadcast for free and without a subscription, log-in. Season 2 will also be available on Hulu+Live, Xfinity, Fubo Tv, Spectrum, and DirecTV. So don’t forget to watch the third episode and return for more exciting news.
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Walker Season 2 Episode 7 Recap
Bonham making food, Cordell is enraged at Liam. Liam tells Augie and Stella what happened with Dan and the bogus. Cordell is at the station after the main credits when Micki’s nameplate is removed. Inquiring about Liam, Captain James seeks out Cordell. Captain James also tells Cordell he can’t work on any Serano or Northside Nation cases.
Stella is unable to decide what she wants to do with her life on college visitation day at the local high school, a problem shared by Coach Trey Barnett, who is experiencing an existential crisis following Micki’s departure. When James visits Trey at his home, he notices that a suspicious automobile is watching Trey’s house from across the street. In the aftermath of Trey’s loss of Micki, James pushes him to stay in Austin rather than leave. While Trey and James mourn Micki’s death, the Rangers inform James that the automobile across the street belongs to Northside, leading him to bring Trey to the Rangers headquarters for safety.
August is still recovering from his fractured collarbone at home, where he is assisting his grandmother Abby on the ranch. Colton, Dan’s kid, comes by seeking for Stella but ends up hanging out with August, much to Abby’s chagrin. Abby soon reveals that she and Colton’s grandmother, Gail Davidson, used to be friends, despite the Walker and Davidson families’ long-running rivalry. After school, Walker and Stella bond over bocce and discuss about Walker’s professional path before Stella persuades her father to reconcile with Liam. As he accepts responsibility for his brother’s crime, Walker acknowledges to Stella that he privately feels bad for leading Liam astray.
Rather than giving a statement on Serrano’s continuance, Liam reconnects with his ex-boyfriend Bret Nam; but, when Serrano’s defense phones to ask if he is officially recusing himself from the prosecution, Liam changes his mind and notifies the lawyer that he will deliver a statement. Bret and Liam recognize that if Liam recuses himself, Serrano’s defense will attempt to dismiss the case against their client based on Walker’s own earlier misconduct case, and Liam and Bret are prepared to answer accordingly, despite Liam’s appearance of being disheveled and inebriated.
At the Rangers’ headquarters, James chastises Liam for his scruffy appearance, while Liam and Bret privately realize they still have emotions for one other. Walker and Liam reconcile after bringing his brother back to the ranch to sober up. Walker expresses his profound worry for Liam’s well-being while assuring his brother that he will always have his support.
Captain James returns Trey to his home and informs him that he has a security detail and that he will wait for them. Cap comes out of his car and notices something in his side mirror as Trey returns inside. He pulls out his revolver and is hit in the leg. As Trey seeks cover on the front porch, he engages in a shootout. Captain James is shot in the chest and lies bleeding on the front steps at the end of the episode.