Dog the Bounty Hunter, Vol. 3Closed Captioning
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In the third season of Dog The Bounty Hunter, we get a further glimpse into the everyday life of the utterly unique Chapman family. Their company, Da Kine Bail Bonds, gives new meaning to the term family business: Dog, Beth, and the rest of the crew — which now includes daughter Lyssa — spend their time tracking down fugitives. As usual, they're always hard at work, even spending Christmas and Valentine's Day hunting down criminals. There are rough patches, such as when the family's former housekeeper runs afoul of the law and they must bring her in. In the third season, the hard-as-nails bounty hunters also show their softer sides, lending a helping hand wherever they can, and a wedding between Dog and Beth brings everyone together again. While it's clear that Da Kine Bail Bonds is a family affair, it's also clear that it's Dog and Beth who keep both the business and the family running.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoYou Snooze, You Lose||Dog's business is booming, so Da Kine Bail Bonds is taking over the office next door. Beth, in charge of interior design, wants to surprise Dog, so she makes him wait in the old office while the crew sets-up the new space including vibrating chairs, plasma TVs, and nine photos of Beth! With the finishing touches complete, Beth gives Dog the grand tour, but instead of admiring their work, he immediately wants to begins a new hunt! Although worn out from the morning's labors, the team grudgingly agrees to start a new case. The target for today is Federico. He's being revoked for missing court dates on a small time drug charge and generally running amuck. But when Leland pulls his rap sheet he makes a startling discovery. Freddy is no small time prep, he's done time in the federal pen for bank robbery. Dog and the crew know that anyone "brave enough and crazy enough" to pull a bank job can be a dangerous man. So when they get a lead that Freddy is sleeping in his car they spring into action in the hope of catching him napping. As the team silently approaches his car, Dog slowly opens the driver's side door. It is the click on the cuffs around his wrists that rouses Freddy from his slumber and into a violent confrontation with the team. Only later does Dog discover that beneath Freddy's tough exterior, is a deeply vulnerable man.||21:53||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoJudgment Day||"Judge not, that ye be not judged" is in the Bible, and Dog tries to live by these words. But it won't be that way today as Dog starts the morning by telling the crew their first mission of the day requires them to play the part of a judge. As the boys speculate on what Dog could mean he leads them to a local elementary school where they learn that they have been chosen to judge the school's annual talent show! All the kids are so good Dog declares them all winners. Inspired by his visit, Dog heads out to work. Today's case is Bobby. He's been on parole for three months pending sentencing on an assault charge. Now the co-signer, who happens to be Bobby's girlfriend, wants off the bond. When the team learns that the couple just spilt up Dog is suspicious. Does the co-signer have cause or is she just angry with Bobby? The scales are tipped when Beth discovers that the co-signer has sworn out a Temporary Restraining Order against Bobby. Dog decides that this guy belongs in jail and the team heads out. But when Bobby resolves a tense standoff at his parent's home by surrendering Dog's opinion of him changes. This however, is only the beginning of a series of situations that lead Dog to come to the final judgment that, like a lot of people, Bobby is both good and bad all rolled into one.||21:35||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoDo Unto Others||Today's a double header for Dog. While one case involves trickery both will require compassion. Before Dog begins the hunt, he compares his fugitives to his pet parrot. Although they long to be free, some of them will never be able to handle their freedom. The first case is Frankie, his problems involve four arrests in the last year, including car theft and assault. But his problem today is that he missed a court date on Da Kine's bond. A quick look at his many bail applications provides a big clue as to what may be behind Frankie's run-ins with the law. Over the last year his weight has gyrated wildly. To Dog this suggests that Frankie has a problem with ice, methamphetamine. The plan for the grab is simple, surprise him at a fast food restaurant. However, it isn't only Frankie who is surprised, Dog is too. Not only has Frankie gained back his weight, he is ice free and trying to find a job. On the ride to jail Dog warms to him because he obviously trying to do the right thing. Dog promises to do what he can to help him out of jail. For Frankie Dog sees a reason for hope, unfortunately for the felon in the next case the future may not be so bright. At forty-one Christy has eighty-seven prior arrests. Most non-violent, most drug related. Dog calls her co-signer to convince him to help them bring her in. While the gets busy the team hits Christy's known hangouts. Their search leads them through some of Hawaii's s least tourist friendly neighborhoods. As they descend into the lower depths of Waikiki's criminal underworld they receive a call from the co-signer. He's bringing Christy into the office. It's a mad dash to get there before she arrives and changes her mind. And what they discover is less a hardened criminal than a woman beaten down by a very difficult life. As the team brings her food and water, Christy tells them a story of abandonment and betrayal that moves Beth to tears. As she heads off to jail, Dog expresses sympathy for her plight, and the need for places for people like Christy, then adds that unfortunately "in American, that place is called jail.||21:35||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoMoms & Dads||For anyone who believes drug use is a victimless crime these two cases should change they're minds. Both offer vivid evidence of the damage and destruction addiction brings both to individuals and entire families. Dog starts the day tracking Mae, a 43 year-old grandmother who traded a solid home, loving kids and an adoring husband for an ice pipe and a shack in the shadow of a crack house. Her ex-husband is revoking her bond out of fear that Mae's drug habit will kill her. On the way to the crack den Mae's daughter calls to tell them her mom has suddenly appeared at the family's house. Dog decides to bust her there. What follows the arrest is a revelation for Dog, as the family showers Mae with love and support. As they head to jail Dog councils Mae that with a family that has so much love for her she definitely will be able to beat her addiction. The next case involves Jude, a father whose drug addiction has lead his pregnant wife to fear for her safety. However she is having a hard time bringing herself to revoke his bond. After reading a letter Cheryl wrote to Dog detailing the threats he has made to her, Dog brings the couple into his office for a showdown. After Dog catches the husband lying about his use of ice, it is clear that Jude is violating the terms of his bail and must be returned to jail. As Dog takes Jude in, Beth comforts his wife by telling her to think of this not as the end but as a new beginning.||21:54||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoFor the Love of Dog - Luau Special||Dog and his team gather for a very special "Dog Style" Hawaiian luau to re-live the series' most dramatic captures, wildest hunts, and most humorous moments. While enjoying a traditional Luau set against the stunning mountains and beaches of Hawaii, Dog, Beth and the rest of the team recall the their favorite moments from the series' first two seasons. These highlights include everything from Dog and Beth's biggest fights to their sweetest make-ups, from the most dangerous arrests to the funniest felons -- with stops along for Dog's favorite "Dogisms," Beth's best piece of advise as well as the team's silliest practical joke.||43:43||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoA Helping Hand||Baby Lyssa is a big girl now! She's just turned eighteen and she's studying to become a bondsman. But Dog and Beth think that "you can't get `em out if you don't know how to put `em back in." So that means going to work with Dad and the posse. Her training gets off to a rocky start though when Beth must first approve Lyssa's wardrobe. Lyssa's primary concern is looking pretty, but Beth's experience tells her that the novice must dress appropriately and this includes wearing sensible shoes. It takes Lyssa three tries before she passes muster and is allowed to join the hunt. Dog's quarry today is named Wayne, who has run out on a bond for 2nd degree assault. The hunt begins with a call to Wayne's former friend who claims to have a hot address. With Lyssa in tow they pile into the cars and head out to meet the informant who guides them to a house where a long stakeout begins. Here Lyssa learns the lesson of patience - at least until Dog decides they have waited long enough and orders the team to hit the house. It's a good thing they do because they discover that the owner kicked Wayne out months ago and then gives the team a new address. It is at the new address and with night falling that the team, guided by a helpful neighbor closes in on the fugitive.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoTake Your Daughter to Work Day||Today, Dog gives his best to answer to two very different calls for help. The first is from his son Leland and involves a dangerous criminal and a fearful wife. The second involves a young woman whom he has never met before. This proves to be the greater challenge for Dog as it bring up difficult memories and painful emotions. The day begins with Dog rallying the troops for a rescue mission to the Big Island. A safe and simple bust Leland planned to handle on his own has suddenly turned dangerous. A client, Paz has started threatening his wife and co-signer Maria with a knife. Since he's cut people before, Maria isn't taking any chances, especially with two children in the house. She wants to revoke his bail and put him back in jail. Compounding the problem is the fact that Paz has allegedly been using ice and may even be cooking up more at the family's house. Dog doesn't want his boy to face this threat on his own, so the team heads over to lend Leland some extra muscle. But before the team leaves Beth reminds Dog that it is important he hurry home so he can to keep another of the day's obligations. A young woman who is dying has as one of her final wishes asked Dog to visit her and today is the day Dog promised to see her. After the bust as Dog is traveling to the meeting, we learn that he has personal experience with the tragedy of losing a child as well.||21:54||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoIn Sickness and In Health||Dog is sick as a dog today, and his sons are afraid they'll catch his cold. In fact Duane Lee's family is in town for a visit so he's being extra cautious about getting sick. But a little illness won't stop the hunt. James has jumped his bond and the word on the street is that he's bragging there's no way the Dog can catch him. However, Dog has a lead - James might be hiding out at his girlfriend's apartment. As the team straps-up, Duane Lee schemes with Beth to avoid riding with his coughing dad. This forces Leland, the family hypochondriac to saddle up with Dog - much to the amusement of everyone else. After some germ spreading high jinx on the drive over, the team gets to the apartment and it's time to get serious. There they find James' girlfriend is home. At first she tries to cover for James but then let's Dog in. Dog surprises James in his own bedroom and leads him away in cuffs. On the way to jail, Dog finds that the reason James missed court was in an effort to protect his girlfriend from her ex-boyfriend. James also explains that a conviction 15 years ago has led to a chain of legal trouble and ex-con discrimination that has left him utterly disheartened. A sympathetic Dog encourages James to persevere. Once James is booked in, Dog heads for home and the best kind of cold remedy there is: some TLC from Beth.||21:36||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoIf the Shirt Fits||Beth and Baby Lyssa are out trying to buy shirts for Dog, but finding a shirt he will like can be harder than capturing a fugitive. After looking at dozens of shirts, one with an embroidered chicken that looks vaguely like a dragon catches Beth's eye. At home she tries to sell her wares to Dog but his keen eye discerns that a chicken ain't no dragon, and besides he explains that he will only wear shirts with one of two pictures on them, Jesus or a Harley Davidson. Once he gets to work, the fugitive of the day is a woman named Necia. She has a number of felony charges pending and a history of failing to appear in court. This makes both Dog and Beth worried that she is going to be a serious runner, but they disagree about how to catch her. Dog thinks they should try to trick her into the office and Beth wants to go out and catch her by surprise. To help them make a decision, Dog tells his secretary "T" to call Necia but "T" slips-up and reveals to Necia that Dog knows she missed court. Now Dog knows that he has no choice but to rush out and grab her. The team surrounds Necia's house and when she emerges she is full of excuses about why she missed court. Beth is skeptical, but when Necia's ten-year old daughter comes out for a tearful goodbye, Beth starts to feel for her client's situation. Dog asks Beth to ride with Necia to jail and by the time they arrive Beth is ready to compromise about showing their captive compassion.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Thief Who Stole Christmas||It's Christmas in Hawaii, but Dog knows that crime doesn't stop for the holidays. Case in point: Raymond, or as the cops call him, "The Christmas Burglar" who robs to support his Ice habit. Dog starts to track Raymond by calling his mother, Lucille. Through her tears, she suggests they look for him in Waikiki. The team heads out to give Raymond a little Christmas gift - shiny new handcuffs. They work the streets of Waikiki but come up empty. Next, Raymond's mother suggests Chinatown. Almost immediately they start to pick up Raymond's scent. In fact, a passerby tells them that Raymond is sleeping on a bench up the street. The team races to a local park and manages to sneak up unnoticed but it's not their man. The next morning Wesley, Dog's office manager, gets a call. It's Raymond. He's coming to turn himself in. Tim, Leland and Duane Lee cuff the fugitive, high on Ice again and carrying drugs. When Dog arrives he tells Raymond that the only thing that will help at this point is for Raymond to go to jail. Dog feels it's the best way for him to learn that doing drugs will only mean more hard time. Raymond apologizes and hopes that he did not ruin their Christmas. In turn Dog tells Raymond that the best present would be to get a call next year that he has turned his life around.||21:35||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoRock-a-Bye Bounty||What a mess! Dog and Beth's former housekeeper, Lisa, has just jumped bond, and Dog hates having to capture friends. Additionally, they've got to move fast on this one because Tim could be called away at any moment -- his wife Davina is about to give birth to their second child. This catch will be trickier than usual because Lisa knows Dog, Beth and the family. So it will be impossible for any of them to go to her door without her immediately knowing that the jig is up. Luckily, Beth's nephew, Jason, a computer major from Texas A&M, is visiting and is quickly put to work as the bait. As Jason approaches Lisa's second floor apartment, the team surrounds the building. She tries to escape over the back balcony, but ultimately surrenders to Beth. It's a bittersweet victory as Dog and Beth comfort Lisa while she cries in their arms before going into jail. The next day, Tim gets a new addition to his family. Dog, Beth, Leland and Duane Lee all come to the hospital to adore the new baby girl, Autumn Sky. Davina, overcome by the beauty of her daughter, breaks down and cries.||21:55||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoFather Hood||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. Luckily, Tim's old friend Pandora is the co-signer of Richard's bond, and she volunteers to join the hunt. On the drive to Richard's apartment building, Dog and Tim hatch a plan - Richard's got a new baby at home, and Dog fears he could become violent if he feels that his child's safety is threatened. They decide that Pandora should use a cell phone to call Richard and lure him out to the street, where the team can apprehend him. After a tense stakeout the team takes Richard into custody, and then Dog and Tim - both devoted fathers themselves - counsel him to straighten up for the sake of his child, and bond with him over the joys of parenthood.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|13||Closed CaptioningVideoCops & Criminals||What better way for Dog to start his morning, than at an elementary school Career Day, inspiring a new generation of potential bounty hunters? After giving a rousing speech to an audience of enthusiastic grade-schoolers, Dog catches up with an old friend, Sheriff Tommy Cayetano, to talk business. Dog's got a tough fugitive to catch and Tommy is happy to lend a hand. Mia is no ordinary fugitive - even the FBI wants to talk with her because of her drug world connections. As Dog and the crew are heading out on their first lead, they get a hot tip - Mia's distinctive red car has been spotted, parked in a busy downtown area. After a tense stakeout and a dramatic bust, Dog finds that his work has just begun- he wants to encourage her to talk to Tommy. But only when Beth asks about her troubled childhood, do Mia's tears - and words - start to flow. Working together, Dog and Beth do their best to soften this hardened criminal and encourage her to make a deal with the FBI so she can start a new life for herself and her children.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|14||Closed CaptioningVideoOut of Sight||Dog knows very little about Peter, but what he does know, he doesn't like! Not only is he currently facing two counts of 2nd degree sexual assault, he's racked up numerous restraining orders over the years, and a week ago he dropped out of sight before missing his court date. Dog knows he has to find him fast because with these charges there is every chance that Peter will dig out from the island for the mainland. The team begins their hunt with just a photograph and his father's address. The Dad gives Dog some clues for the hunt, but the information is sketchy: just the make and model of Peter's truck and the address of his favorite gym. After visiting the gym (part of a national chain) where they enlist the help of a manger and post a mug shot, they head back to the office. With day turning to night, Dog approaches the alleged victim and ex-girlfriend, Natasha, for assistance. She is happy to help get Peter off the streets and agrees to set up a meeting with him where Dog could trap him. But just as the meeting is supposed to take place, Peter calls Natasha from the airport - he is about to board a plane for the mainland! After an exciting hunt at the airport Peter slips away. A few days later Dog gets another call as he is about to leave home for his own morning workout. It's a gym in California connected to Peter's gym in Hawaii. Using the information Dog distributed, they've spotted the fugitive! With the help of the local police, the long arm of the Dog reaches out and, once again, he gets his man.||21:35||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|15||Closed CaptioningVideoCupid In Cuffs||It's the day before Valentine's Day and love is in the air at Da Kine Bail Bonds - but not for Tapi who has failed to appear in court on theft charges. Dog's plan is to have Leland knock on Tapi's door with a Valentine's gift to draw her out. They arrive at the house and Leland dutifully does as he's told, but Tapi no longer lives there. Dog then digs up a phone number for Tapi's girlfriend. He calls her and demands to know where he can find Tapi. Minutes later Tapi calls back to find out what's going on and just like that Dog has her phone number when it comes up on his cell phone. Dog's new plan is now to talk her into surrendering, but that is often easier said than done. The hunt resumes the next day, Valentine's Day, and in honor of love, Dog calls Tapi and offers to go easy on her if she turns herself in. While they wait, Dog has a jeweler friend come in so that he can buy Beth a Valentine's Day gift. It's a beautiful bracelet and she loves it. Moments later Tapi arrives and because she did the right thing, Dog promises to do what he can to help her change her life for the better. Now everyone feels the love.||21:41||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|16||Closed CaptioningVideoBustin' With Justin||Dog and the team must deal with misleading informants, belligerent boaters, and angry drunks when they go after Kimberly, a traffic offender with over 20 violations. And if that isn't enough, Dog has another problem -- Duane Lee is sick. So he calls in Justin, a former team member, to help catch Kimberly, but Tim and Leland are worried that Justin isn't a team player.Duane Lee is sick today, so the team is one man short. Dog calls in Justin, a former team-member, but Tim and Leland are worried that Justin isn't a true team player. They are going after Kimberly, with over 20 violations she is a habitual traffic offender. Dog and his boys have to navigate misleading informants, belligerent boat dwellers, and angry drunks before they grab Kimberly in a dramatic bust and bring her to jail. For all his hard work, Justin gets Dog's blessing, as well as solid handshakes from Tim and Leland.||22:53||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|17||Closed CaptioningVideoRun Fugitive, Run||Beth has found a new way to wage war on domestic violence - she's going to participate in a 5K race to raise public awareness of this crucial issue. But Dog and the boys don't think she'll make it across the finish line. The crew helps motivate Beth to run by pursuing Steven, a fugitive with a history of domestic abuse. Beth gains the trust of the co-signer - Steven's ex-girlfriend and a victim of his abuse - and convinces her to find and help trap the fugitive. Steven is in jail by nightfall, leaving Beth plenty of time to rest before the race. The next morning, she completes the run with energy to spare.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|18||Closed CaptioningVideoVegas or Bust||Dog is going to be the keynote speaker at the annual Professional Bail Agents (PBUS) convention in Las Vegas. But before he leaves there are two cases that must be cleared from his docket: Heidi and Stephanie. Heidi was bonded out of jail for check forging and she's failed to appear before the judge. Dog learns from her husband, Raymond, that she's flown to her native Philippines. Dog is satisfied only after Raymond swears that he will get his wife to go to court. Stephanie is a harder case. Her charge is car theft and she has a history of burglary and drug use. An informant points out where Stephanie lives and Dog catches her by surprise. The ride to jail is emotional: Stephanie knows she's headed down the wrong road. Dog offers to do what he can to help. A day later in Vegas, Dog gives a rousing speech to the PBUS.||21:33||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|19||Closed CaptioningVideoPlaying Possum||Tim's got a big problem on his hands. One of his clients, Owen, has failed to appear in court. He's on bond for serious drug charges and now Tim could lose $30,000 if he doesn't catch Owen. With Dog's help he tries to track down the co-signer but they comes up dry. The next step is for the team to start the hunt with the only lead they have, the address of the fugitive's father. What they discover is when they hit Dad's place is not a single house but an entire compound. Although Owen has been spotted earlier in the day, he could be in any one of the half dozen houses. Dog's only hope to catch Owen is to convince the family to help them in their search, and finally a whispered clue leads a secret hide away and a dramatic bust.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|20||Closed CaptioningVideoRainy Day Woman||It's been raining for days and the team is going a little stir crazy. Dog however has the cure- a good hunt. Maui has failed to appear on a drug charge and the team has just one lead. She was recently spotted during a bust at a local garage were stolen cars are taken apart to be sold for parts. Dog heads out to the "chop shop" in search of clues but there he hits a wall - of silence. A call to a Maui's boyfriend in jail provides a tip that takes Dog on a race through the parts of Honolulu that tourist rarely see. After tracking her through rundown pool halls, deserted car lots and neglected apartments, they catch a hot address and nab her at the home of a friend. The trail has been a hard one but it did provide the antidote for the team's a bad case of cabin fever.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|21||Closed CaptioningVideoTicket to Ride||As Dog likes to say, "it's not the years it's the miles," and this goes for both men and machines. Those long hunts and the rides to jail take a toll not only on Dog but also on his vehicles. So he decides it's time to outfit the Da Kine crew with new SUVs. After a quick visit to their local dealership Duane and Beth emerge behind the wheels of two wicked whips, brand new top-of-the line SUVs. They also leave with a new mission, to break-in the new cars by the end of the day in by giving the fugitive "a smooth ride to a hard place." Their target is Jasmine, a woman whose criminal record includes over 37 arrests for everything from drug promotion to assault. She has disappeared without a trace and Dog will need every trick in his book to track her down. As the day draws to a close and Jasmine is still on the loose Dog turns to a ruse that is, as he says, " so old it's new." And after all that work, the ride to the jail is indeed a smooth one.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|22||Closed CaptioningVideoMother Knows Best||On the Chinese calendar it's the year of the Dog, and Dog and Beth have been invited to ride in the annual Chinese New Year's Day parade. It's a joyous event, complete with dancing dragons and cheering crowds. But as soon as the parade is over, Dog's got a fugitive to catch. Ginger is only 18 years old and her mother thinks she is selling drugs and running wild, so she wants to revoke her daughter's bond. After a spirited chase and capture, Dog and Beth learn that Ginger is as smart as she is tough, and they counsel her to follow her dream of becoming a social worker. The next case is also one where the mother is important. Brandon's mom thinks that he'll be safer in jail than out on the streets - he's lost over 100 lbs because of his ice habit and so his mom has told Dog and Beth that she wants to revoke his bond. With the help of a loving grandma and auntie, the case becomes more of an intervention than a bust. And Dog does his best to try to convince Brandon to go to rehab before his ice addiction turns into a death sentence.||42:16||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|23||Closed CaptioningVideoIrons In the Fire||Dog is back hunting in the big city of Denver, but times have changed. Chasing fugitives on the mainland is more dangerous than ever, so Dog decides that the crew should get pepper-ball guns for better personal protection. These non-lethal launchers shoot pellets that release pepper based powder and have much better range than pepper spray. Newly equipped Dog and his crew aren't afraid to go after a tough guy like Clyde, a client of their Denver bondsman friend Bobby Brown. But Clyde is not an easy catch. They go to Clyde's father's house, his likely hangouts and an apartment complex where he was known to live. Finally, they end up at the house of a friend of Clyde's who, it turns out, Duane Lee knows from when he used to work in construction. Eventually the team gets a tip - Clyde is hiding that night in a trailer in the Black Forest, a large woods southeast of Denver.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|24||Closed CaptioningVideoRocky Mountain Roundup||Dog and the crew are headed to Denver today to help their old bondmen buddies, Dave "Red" Widhelm and "Downtown" Bobby Brown. First up is Red, Dog's friend of forty years. Red has a client named Alvin who failed to appear on a $20,000 bond with charges of Drug Possession and Distribution pending. His ex-girlfriend sends the team to an apartment complex. Dog sends Lyssa to the door to act as bait, but she discovers that they have been led to the wrong apartment. So the team canvasses the complex to find the right pad. With the help of a few neighbors they find the right place and Lyssa lures Alvin out for a safe and speedy bust. With Alvin headed to jail, the team drives down to help Bobby Brown who's got a client named Craig who has failed to appear for a list of traffic offenses worth almost $70,000. The plan is to bust Craig at the auto body shop where he works, but on the way there Bobby's informant calls to say that Craig has just left. So the crew heads over to Craig's house. When Craig pulls in the team grabs him in the parking lot just as his father appears to be trying to tip him off. But when Craig is in custody and his father hears about the trouble his son is in, he joins Dog in showing some Craig some tough love. Both men hope that Craig can change his ways.||21:54||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|25||Closed CaptioningVideoThis One's for You||Beth's father, Pops, is sick and doesn't seem to be getting better. Dog, Beth and the whole Smith clan - Beth's brothers, sisters, and her 93 year old grandmother - gather together in Colorado to show Pops how much they love him. Just three months later, they must gather together again for Pops's funeral. Dog dedicates his next hunt to Pops and leads the team on another adrenaline-filled chase in Denver. The fugitive, Robert, has a habit of address-hopping that makes him difficult to find. Dog refuses to give up and finally pins Robert down in his latest hideaway. After a great day of bounty hunting, Dog takes a moment to honor the memory of a great man: Garry "Pops" Smith.||21:24||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|26||Closed CaptioningVideoBaby Lyssa Steps Up||Bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman, his wife Beth and family are returning for season three of A and E's hit real-life series, Dog the Bounty Hunter. This season we can expect more riveting episodes featuring the life of the Chapmans at home and on the road, chasing people on the run.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|27||Closed CaptioningVideoRunning On Empty||Dog's time is running out in Colorado, After a month of helping his bail bondsmen friends around Denver, he's got to get his family back home to Hawaii. But Dog wants one more capture before they leave. Friend Bobby Brown has just the jump for him - Michael, a young man who seems to have traded in a once a bright future for the darker side of life. Michael has failed to appear in court for an assault charge. So with little to go on but the address of the fugitive's future father-in-laws, Dog tracks this target through the suburban landscape of Colorado Springs. After locating Michael's mother and gathering information from family and friends, Dog devises a trap to snare Michael. The problem is that he can't be there for it. But the long arm of the Dog will always get his man, and now it is Leland and Duane Lee's turn to stay behind and take care of the family's obligations.||21:34||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|28||Closed CaptioningVideoBonds of Love||Bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman, his wife Beth and family are returning for season three of A and E's hit real-life series, Dog the Bounty Hunter. This season we can expect more riveting episodes featuring the life of the Chapmans at home and on the road, chasing people on the run.||44:51||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|29||Closed CaptioningVideoTo Love and to Cherish||Dog, Beth and the posse are off to the Big Island for their wedding. Dog and Beth hope to relax for a few days and take care of final details before the wedding but it turns out Leland has a fugitive he needs to capture - and despite the limited time, Dog nor Beth can resist the opportunity to bring a fugitive to justice. From the patio of their Bridal suite, Dog phones the fugitive, Aiden, and gives him a chance to do the right thing by calling the court and making a date to appear before the judge. But Aiden doesn't call the court. So despite the stress caused by final dress fittings, meetings with their preacher and solving a wedding ring disaster, Dog and the team hunt Aiden who is definitely running - hard. Now it is the day before the wedding, and just two hours before the big rehearsal and dinner, Leland gets a hot tip from an informant. So despite Beth's protests, Dog and the boys go out and grab Aiden, and Dog just makes it to his rehearsal. The next morning, on what should be the most joyful day of Dog and Beth's life together, tragedy strikes. Dog learns that his eldest daughter, Barbara, has been killed in a horrific car accident hours earlier. Dog is bereft - family means everything to him. He and Beth talk to their preacher about whether or not to go on with the wedding. So, in the face of death, Dog and Beth decide they must choose life. The day is marked with both sorrow and joy as they celebrate their love and are married, as Dog says, "in front of God and the world.||45:12||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|31||Closed CaptioningVideoGrowing Up Is Hard to Do||With twelve kids of his own Dog knows how hard it is to keep children on the straight and narrow, especially during their turbulent teens. So when his housekeeper Darlene tells Dog that her fifteen year-old grand daughter Shaiann has vanished, the team jumps into action. The case is at first puzzling because Shaiaan is a straight-A student with no history of trouble. But soon the team puzzles it out, apparently there's a boy involved. Because the search involves a young woman who is not a fugitive Duane feels a feminine touch is needed and puts Beth in charge. Beth, it turns out, know more then a little about being a run-away. As a teen she gave her parents more then their share of stress by disappearing for days on end, and as a bondsman knows all of the perils that the streets hold for young girls. So with extra passion, the team hits the streets to gather as many leads as possible. It's a small island and everybody knows something, and as hunt expands the net tightens. But in the back of their minds they know that time is running out; on the mean streets of Wainia, a fifteen year old innocent will remain innocent for only so long.||21:33||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|32||Closed CaptioningVideoInside Out||Colorado bondsman Bobby Brown's got trouble and his name is Jackson. Weighing in at over 240lbs and standing six foot tall this bad boy has skipped out on a $10,000 bond. He also has four previous felony arrests to his name, and Bobby needs some help in reeling this big fish in. Dog, who can never say no to a friend in need, agrees to come to the rescue and the hunt is on! Dog kick starts the search by calling the fugitive's co-signer to remind him that if Jackson takes a powder the co-signer is out big bucks. The squeeze works and soon the team has both a hot address, and a warning. Jackson's apparently holed-up at his father-in-laws house but the old man has a record that makes the kid look like s choirboy. Cautiously the team surrounds the house. Once the crew is in place Dog pounds on the front door. After a long wait the father-in-law appears with a piece of surprising information. Not only is Jackson not at the house but he has found one of the most unique hideouts Dog has encountered in all his years of bounty hunting!||21:33||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|33||Closed CaptioningVideoYear of the Dog||A one-hour special that looks back at 2006, one of Dog's most tumultuous years, which has included the passing of Beth's father, Dog and Beth's wedding, the tragic death of Dog's daughter Barbara, and the sudden arrest of Dog, Tim, and Leland on Mexican charges related to their apprehension of convicted serial rapist Andrew Luster. Includes new scenes and revealing commentary by Dog, Beth, and the rest of the posse.||43:30||$1.99||View in iTunes|
Thank you iTunes!! I've been a Dog fan since the first season. Before I first saw it, I thought it was going to be a show about all balls and no brains. But after watching it, I was really impressed with the message that the show carries. On top of that, the show is filmed mostly in Hawaii. Dog rocks.
IV BEEN WAITING SO LONG FOR THIS THANK YOU!
First review! Yes! Yes! Yes! This is totally what I'v been saving my money for. Dog The Bounty Hunter has got to be my favorite show on tv. Dog stops criminals in thier tracks. This is not fake, it's 100% real and worth your time and money to watch. Dog has a message for everyone, and his message is to rid the world of crime one bail jumper at a time.
This is my favorite show on tv. I love the work that this family does and am so excited to be able to get it on itunes. Oh does anyone know if they are going to release the rest of season 3? My favorite episode isn't listed here, so I hope they do. Seriously, if you haven't done so already, check Dog the Bounty Hunter out - it is more than worth your time. I'll warn you though, once you watch you get hooked and can't stop. P.S. Dog's son, Leland is the most beautiful man you have ever layed your eyes on. :
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- Genre: Reality TV
- Released: Nov 13, 2006
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