The Walker season 2 finale, “Something’s Missing,” lives up to its title. Each character strives to find, or move past, what is lacking in their lives. It is an intense hour filled with painful revelations and self discovery. The ending cliffhanger further underscores the theme by making the “Something’s Missing,” be …


"Something’s Missing" provided a solid finale for Walker's season 2 and lots of drama and questions for the start of season 3. It tied up some loose ends, created others, and promises that the next season will start off with a bang.

Once again, I’m going to skip the recap and talk about what I liked and what bothered me.  I thought this was a strong episode, so there are more positives than questions.

Walker’s season 2 finale, “Something’s Missing”, answered the remaining ‘Who dunnit?’ questions that were anxiously asked all year:

Who killed Marv?

Who burned down the barn?

Who cut the saddle strap?

Did Gale know her baby was alive?

Will the Walkers get their ranch back?

In an intense hour filled with action and emotional expression, all was revealed. Many of the answers were what we expected, but a few surprises prolonged the intensity up to the very last scene.

The season finale is here!  So, what will come together to close out the season two storylines while creating new arcs for season three?  Perhaps this preview will offer some clues. 

First, the official CW synopsis for episode 2.20, titled "Something's Missing":

SEASON FINALE – Gale (guest star Paula Marshall) coming clean to Geri (Odette Annable) about the past forces Cordell (Jared Padalecki) to relive a part of his he’d buried long ago, and Trey (Jeff Pierre) considers Captain James’ (Coby Bell) latest offer. Steve Robin directed the episode written by Kevin Fahey and Anna Fricke (#220).  Original airdate 6/23/2022. Every episode of WALKER will be available to stream on The CW App and the day after broadcast for free and without a subscription, log-in or authentication required. 

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Well—that was exciting! And Gale Davidson is evil, just getting that out there ahead of things. Evil.

Okay, now that’s off my chest, let me cover what I liked and what didn’t set well with me. On the whole, I thought it was a good episode, so there’s a lot more of the ‘likes’ than the other stuff!

I’m going to skip a total recap, and also take a look at this by groupings, rather than going in chronological order.

Once again, Walker delivered an action packed episode filled with new revelations. The theme of the episode was all about getting people to open up. What works? What doesn’t? The show has an interesting and realistic take on that, portraying it best through the different tactics of …

The Morning After

Walker’s “A Matter of Miles” was a fast paced tease. Setting up the season finale, it revealed the answers to a few questions, but with only enough information to bait us for next week’s climactic conclusions to the dramas that have been brewing all year. The Walker team masterfully invited us to come back for more! Cutting through all the build-up for the long-anticipated revelations and future dangers, let’s isolate what we learned in this week’s episode about the season’s two primary plot threads: the Davidson/ Walker land, barn, and parentage feuds; and the Cassie/Miles mystery.

My heart ran more than “A Matter of Miles” while watching this episode. 

While this episode gave us plenty of action, there was also quite a bit of exposition and set up for both the finale and the next season of the show. Between the “reveal” of Miles’ secrets and the Walker-Davidson Family Dinner of Doom, there’s a lot to discuss. 

Lets’ start off with the big reveal: The return of Miles. 

The penultimate episode of Walker season two.  Will it be the proper ramp up for next week's season finale?  Maybe the preview will offer some clues.

First, the official synopsis of episode 2.19 from The CW, titled "A Matter of Miles":

FOOD FIGHT – Stella (Violet Brinson) and Colton (guest star Jalen Thomas Brooks) plan a Walker / Davidson family dinner. Meanwhile, Liam (Keegan Allen) gets an unlikely ally when trying to prove that the Davidson’s were up to no good on the day Cordell (Jared Padalecki) raced for the ranch and Cassie (Ashley Reyes) vows to learn the truth about the last case her previous partner was working on. Tessa Blake directed the episode written by Aaron Carew and Anna Fricke (#219).  Original airdate 6/16/2022. Every episode of WALKER will be available to stream on The CW App and the day after broadcast for free and without a subscription, log-in or authentication required. 

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