Skip to comments.TMZ: Dog ‘The Bounty Hunter’ Chapman’s show euthanized
Posted on 05/21/2012 6:01:29 PM PDT by AmonAmarth
That dog dont huntat least not on the cable network A&Eafter Dog The Bounty Hunter Chapmans television show was canceled after eight seasons, according to the celebrity gossip website TMZ.
Denver native Duane Chapman, better known as Dog, The Bounty Hunter, starred in the reality television program by the same name.
According to his website, Chapman is considered the greatest bounty hunter in the world, claiming to have captured 6,000 fugitives during his 27-year career.
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The show had an aura like a fake wrestling cast of characters. Big turn off for me and I usually flipped the channel when the Dog show was on—just one mans opinion.
I don’t have anywhere close to the amount of money he has, and probably never will.
But I’m not trailer-trash like he and his family are either.
And, your comment “Im sure your a much better person than he is.....” shows me what kind of person you are, too.
Curious, why are they trailer trash? And what kind of person does that make me? Everyone has their opinion but at least tell me why
“But I?m not trailer-trash like he and his family are either.”
I guess I will have to take your word...
Don’t fret. I’m sure you’ll find a low-class replacement for Dog.
Hey...no...nevermind...you’re probably already tuned into the Kardashians.
I read his book and he was a gang guy that has been through quite a hell in his past. Sounds pretty tough to me from his prior battles in life.
I watched the show once and thought it was done as a satire of real bounty hunters.
But when I saw they took themselves seriously then the whole thing was too clownish to watch ever again.
Yup in lived in Colorado. He did many of his “catches” in Mesa County and the City of Grand Junction. Last year he totally endearded himself to the staff of the Mesa County
Jail when he brought in a “catch” who he had pepper sprayed minutes before without doing anything for the “catch”.
There were a few other incidents with LEO’s that didn’t make the news. Bye, Bye Dog!
No harm towards them, but they always go after the poofters rather than hard criminals. So much drama for going after some girl who didn’t go to court? How about they go after some real criminals?
Ya.. The kardashians ....because watching a self made christian man busting lowlifes who skip bail is so similar to the kardashians....you don’t know me and I don’t know you so let’s both just stfu
Because bigtime criminals do not get bail or they can’t afford it. He is a bounty hunter remember?
Awww...I hurt your ittle feewins...
Ok then,insult me in baby talk lol.. you sound real mature....how old are you? 10?
Until now. Good riddance.
I enjoyed the show. While the small timers were more common, there were quite a few episodes where more “harder” criminals made for much more excitement. I recall this one episode where they stumbled upon an entire identity theft ring, and they were just busting people one after the other. Not every episode was exciting, but there were a few that are worth owning on DVD.
I don’t get the Dog hate in this thread. Unfortunately, I think Dog leaned more Joel Osteenish in his Christianity, but at least he prayed and made it important to the family. He is also a self-made man, coming from literally nothing, a biker who did jail time who got into the bail enforcement business. Most people just die in their sins with that type of life.
Not too sure why anyone would call them ‘trailer trash.’ Not everyone of us had the good fortune of being born to a rich family with no problems. I come from a pretty impoverished background myself. Makes for stronger people, better than the yuppies who don’t know how to work for it.
The show should have been filmed in the Ozarks. They’d still be a hit.
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