DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER

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Upcoming episodes

Sep 20th
1200a

Big Bags and Boxers

A Hawaiian surfing hero is on a wave to nowhere and it's Dog's turn to play lifeguard. 'Buttons,' known throughout the islands for his prowess on the waves and his daring 360's, has wiped-out on the rocky shoals of drug addiction. This troubled legend has been losing his struggle with the "Big H" and Dog's search to find him is a voyage through the murky waters of homelessness and despair.
Sep 20th
1230a

This One's for You

It hurts Dog to see people who after years of walking the straight and narrow, suddenly lose their way. But today's case is a member of the law enforcement community who has recently gone astray, and that truly troubles the Dog. Not only does Moses know the tricks of the trade, there's the possibility he's packing his government issued handgun. Although the hunt is long, the ending is hopeful, because Dog comes to believe that with the help of a supportive family this fugitive might just make it. And in fact for Dog's second case, family is an essential part of bringing the fugitive to justice.
Sep 21st
1200a

Do Unto Others

Dog and the team are back in Colorado hunting bounties. Today's fugitive has a long rap sheet and a reputation for packing heat. With nothing but an address and phone number, the team heads out on the hunt. When they get to his girlfriend's pad, no one answers. But Dog's sixth sense tingles when he hears a puppy scratching at the door of the apartment...he knows it's worth sticking around. The stakeout is long and tense. And when they get him, the fugitive is not quite what his record would suggest.
Sep 21st
1230a

If the Shirt Fits

This year the Posse is back in action once again hitting the streets, tracking down fugitives, and giving them that one-of-a-kind dose of tough love only Dog can provide. In addition to Tim, Leland, and Duane Lee this year Baby Lyssa, Dog's daughter, joins the Posse full time.
Sep 21st
100a

Tough Love

Back in Denver Dog discovers that recapturing the past can be more difficult then tracking down felons. On a day of more misses then hits in their fugitive hunting, Dog and Beth repeatedly collide with reminders of their early days. A trip to a house built by his grandfather, and where Dog raised Leland, moves Dog to tears. Wandering through the abandoned and rundown homestead that once boasted "the greenest grass in town," the skies blacken, a tornado alarm sounds, and Dog touched by the sublime tearfully recalls the words his father said to him as he lay dying.
Sep 21st
130a

In Sickness and in Health

It's Halloween, and before Dog and Beth can help the kids carve their pumpkins, they have some business to attend to. It involves knocking on doors, and meeting the neighbors but instead of hunting for treats they're on the search for a fugitive. Their quarry is Robert, a tattoo artist with a bad habit of missing his court dates. Dog's first stop is the fugitive's house where they make an alarming discovery, Robert appears to collects weapon, lots of them. After questioning the neighbors Dog heads off to Robert's tattoo parlor. The question that troubles Dog's mind this, does the fugitive's fondness for stockpiling weapons in his home extend to his place of work?
Sep 24th
1200a

Rocky Mountain Round-Up

Going after two fugitives in one day is tough enough without the facing Colorado's notoriously unpredictable weather. Today it's the threat of sever thunderstorm, hail and area wide tornado warnings. When Dog ask his bail bond friend Mary to give him her toughest character, she responds by sending him in pursuit of a fugitive with a history of over 25 years of run-ins with the law. Second on the docket is a wounded vet recently returned from combat in Iraq. When he tells Dog that "he'd rather die than go back to jail," Dog knows that the bad weather will be the least of his worries today.
Sep 24th
1230a

Justin's big Day

Before Tim heads out for a tough day of bounty hunting, he likes to get in a little quality time with his daughter, Summer Rain. This morning, he takes the toddler for a spin around the yard in her little red wagon. It's a much-needed moment of domestic tranquility, as today's hunt will be especially stressful. Richard, one of Tim's own clients, did not show up for court and if the team doesn't catch him, Tim will have to pay the bond.
Sep 25th
1200a

Run Fugitive, Run

Dog juggles his job and family responsibilities at the same time. He leads the search for Robert, a low-level drug dealer who makes money by selling hedge clippings as marijuana and broken Macadamia nuts as crack. As he hunts down Robert, Dog gets on the phone to tell Beth not to spend too much money to furnish Leland's Honolulu apartment.
Sep 25th
1230a

Sons and Daughters

Dog decides to help two of his bondsmen buddies, Dave "Red" Widhelm and "Downtown" Bobby Brown. First up is Red, who has a client named Alvin who failed to appear on a $20,000 bond with charges of drug possession and distribution pending. Dog plans to make the bust by using Lyssa to lure Alvin out of his apartment. Then the team goes after Craig, a client of Bobby's who has failed to appear on traffic offenses worth almost $70,000. They track Craig to his house, but must move quickly because Craig's father is poised to tip him off that the bust is going down.