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Dog the Bounty Hunter is an American reality television series which aired on A&E and chronicled Duane "Dog" Chapman's experiences as a bounty hunter.
With a few exceptions, the series took place in Hawaii or Dog's home state of Colorado.
Chapman and Beth freely invited viewers into their lives, sharing personal stories about Chapman's 1976 imprisonment; his ex-wives and custody battles; While Chapman was serving his sentence, his first wife La Fonda filed for divorce, and married his best friend.
Chapman did field work for the prison, in addition to serving as the warden’s barber.
Inspired by his tackle, Chapman decided to pursue becoming a bounty hunter once released.
Production and airing of the show was halted by A&E on November 2, 2007, after an audio tape was released, featuring Duane Chapman using the word "nigger" repeatedly in a discussion about the word itself with son Tucker regarding Tucker's black girlfriend's probable sensitivity to the word.
On May 15, 2009, the El Paso County, Colorado Assistant District attorney dropped the attempted murder charge against the alleged shooter due to lack of evidence and conflicting statements by Chapman, his son Leland, and bail bondsman Bobby Brown.
These songs are plugged at the end of each episode, following the closing credits.He also says he was injured by pepper pellets that were allegedly fired at him. Quadra, told Celebrity Crime Reporter the lawsuit has no basis "in law or fact".In September 2011 Bobby Brown, who appeared in 30 episodes, sued A&E Television Networks, Hybrid Films, and D&D Television Productions in Colorado federal court, claiming he was promised to be a full cast member, but received only ,000 for his contributions.Viewers are taken along as Chapman and his family/team locate and arrest people who have broken the terms of their bail agreements.Bounty hunts and arrests segue into the rides to jail, during which Chapman and his team show compassion and strongly counsel the fugitives to start over, leaving behind drugs and/or crime to become dependable members of their families and society.