Walker, Texas Ranger/Everyday Heroes

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Everyday Heroes
Season 6, Episode 19
Airdate March 21, 1998
Writer(s) Bob Gookin
Director(s) Michael Preece
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Everyday Heroes is the ninteenth episode of the sixth season of Walker, Texas Ranger, and the one hundred twenty-fourth episode overall.

Guest Starring: Andrew Divoff (Rudy Mendoza), Jimmy Wlcek (Trent Malloy), Marco Sanchez (Det. Carlos Sandoval), Catherine Lazo (Maria Mendoza), Robert Madrid (Leon)

Featuring: Wil Adams (Robber), Connie Cooper (Sheila's Mother), Jamie Dickerson (Sheila), Felix Eckhard (Crime Reporter), David Efron (Drug Thug), Allan Graf (Kevin Richards), Chad Mitchell (Ralph), Rick Prieto (Jose), Greg Wilson (Mikey)


Plot Overview

Marie Mendoza is the abused wife of Mobster Rudy Mendoza.She wants out of her Marriage with her husband obviously.Having read about of Trent Malloy(Walkers best protege),and how he helped another abused woman,she goes to his Karate Studio to seek his help.She is afraid of what her husband might do to her if he finds out,but she cannot take anymore abuse from him.After telling her story to Trent he agrees to help her.He will employ both Alex,and Carlos to help as well.This job has a connection with Walkers latest assignment,to bring down Rudy Mendoza.Marias knowledge about Rudy's Organization will prove to be a valuable coup in toppling Rudys Organization.It could also cost her,her life. She is willing none the less.


This is a Trent episode,with the focus on the Actor playing him.This episode looked as if Trent might have a love interest,but would not happen.

Arc Advancement


Trent makes his Citizens arrest on a woman's abusive/stalking husband.Mendozas henchman takes pictures of Maria kissing Trent.


Walker,Trivette,Alex,Trent,Carlos Maria,Rudy,and Leon.



The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments



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