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What Episode Is The Most Difficult To Watch

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    wheelrchair

    [1]Sep 9, 2008
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    I think an episode that is difficult to watch is The Trial Of Larue.

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    [2]Sep 11, 2008
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    Hardest because of the content would definatly be The Trial of LaRue.

    I also think the final scene in The Final Show/Down is hard to watch, just because it's the end of the series.
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    [3]Sep 12, 2008
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    Trial of LaRue was one that I found difficult to watch the first time I watched it. Also Hall of Fame. However, another one that gave me the creeps was The Children of Halloween. Of course, not so much anymore, but I thought that the whole concept of Satanic cult members kidnapping children for sacrifice was a bit weird.

    Word of note: I later found out that the older pretty girl Melissa who was at the HOPE center in "The Children of Halloween" is the same girl who did the voice of Mallorie in Grand Theft Auto IV. Nothing to do with the main topic, but just thought I'd point that out.

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    [4]Sep 12, 2008
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    I also thought the episode, The Forgotten People was hard to watch the first time.
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    [5]Sep 12, 2008
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    I am surprised that Chuck Norris wanted to do the Children Of Halloween episode because i thought he was supposed to be a Christian.
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    [6]Sep 13, 2008
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    For whole episodes (that are shown on Hallmark), I'll have to go with "Hall of Fame" (Season 4) and "In God's Hands" (Season 6). However, the opening scene of "Rise to the Occasion" (Season 8 ) is VERY difficult to watch...just watching that kid continue to look right at Walker while he...
    Edited on 09/13/2008 2:30am
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    [7]Sep 13, 2008
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    The Return of LaRue was another disturbing episode the first time. I think even more than Trial, especially towards the end when LaRue found out that Alex was staying at Walker's ranch and he stalked her, but had her tied to the bed, as well as putting scorpions on Walker. It's funny about the LaRue episodes, there were three and and 2/3 of them were disturbing while Cowboy wasn't anywhere near disturbing, except for maybe the sequence when he was trying to get at Alex but that isn't anywhere near as disturbing as the sequences in "TROL" and "TOL".
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    [8]Sep 13, 2008
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    DocBlaze wrote:
    The Return of LaRue was another disturbing episode the first time. I think even more than Trial, especially towards the end when LaRue found out that Alex was staying at Walker's ranch and he stalked her, but had her tied to the bed, as well as putting scorpions on Walker. It's funny about the LaRue episodes, there were three and and 2/3 of them were disturbing while Cowboy wasn't anywhere near disturbing, except for maybe the sequence when he was trying to get at Alex but that isn't anywhere near as disturbing as the sequences in "TROL" and "TOL".


    Couldn't agree more. Watching TROL and TOL gives me chills sometimes.
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    [9]Sep 16, 2008
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    Test of Faith is another one that is kind of hard to watch. Particularly the scene when that gangbanger shot those two boys who supposedly claimed a gang, and that one scene when some boy shot a girl at school.
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    [10]Sep 17, 2008
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    Did a teacher get killed in this episode. I only get to watch Walker Texas Ranger on Hallmark.
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    DocBlaze

    [11]Sep 17, 2008
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    Yes, a teacher was killed in that episode. It's mainly shown on USA by the way.
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    [12]Dec 29, 2008
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    My parents found The Trial of LaRue hard to watch but I didn't find it all that bad. Suspenceful, but that made it exciting.
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    morse1975

    [13]Dec 28, 2012
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    For me it was Lucas, a double episode on season6 where Walker takes custody of a boy for whom he cares very much.


    It was a father-son relationship and there lives where very much the same.


    It was quite emotional and heartbreaking.


    I never saw such an emotional Chuck Norris.


    For me this episode is also the best of the entire series. Not much fighting but this was very much compensated by the


    chemistry between Walker and Lucas.


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    irehawk20

    [14]May 7, 2013
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    I agree that "Trial Of Larue" was the most difficult to watch, but I have feeling that villain Victor Larue is born as a strong satan. But as you noticed this show is all about exploring all poverties which appraises too much of hell.

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