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Dog The Bounty Hunter EpisodesSeason 2    

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  • Baby's Back In Town
    Dog tries to nab a fugitive named Wayne by tricking him. Dog calls Wayne to tell him that he's won a new vacuum cleaner and he should stick around to get it. Dog then sends his daughter, Lyssa, to "deliver" the vacuum cleaner and lure Wayne out of his house. But when Lyssa arrives, Wayne is gone, and with the sun setting, the chances of nabbing the fugitive suddenly don't look very good.

  • Surprise! Surprise!
    Dog and his team are out to revoke bail on Eugene, a chronic heroin addict. They find him in a squalid apartment with a huge stockpile of syringes, and they can see that his physical condition is deteriorating. Beth tells Eugene about her first husband, whose life was ruined by heroin, and pleads with Eugene to go to rehab.

  • No Ice In Paradise
    Dog and his team fight the war on ice - crystal methamphetamine - on many fronts. They appear on a special anti-drug float in a parade. Then they go after bail-jumping Pana, a convicted drug dealer with a reputation for being a member of the deadly California gang, the Bloods. They get help from a woman who has a score to settle with the fugitive, and she offers to help Dog lay a trap for Pana and spring it at midnight in Chinatown.

  • Fathers In Law
    Hunting down a fugitive known as "Bozo," Dog gets help from an unexpected source - Bozo's father-in-law. When they find Bozo, he protests his wife-beating charge, saying he never hit her with his fist, only his open hand. That's not good enough for Dog, who hauls him away to the police station with little sympathy.

  • Son Of Dog
    Dog and the team get their man, a fugitive named Stuart, but only after a brawl. Later, Dog, Beth, and Tim nab another fugitive, Josephine, after they find her apparently peddling drugs on the streets of Chinatown. In jail, Dog tries to talk some sense into both Stuart and Josephine, but all he can do is hope they'll see the light.

  • Bosco The Clown
    Dog and the team get a big surprise after they track down Bosco, a fugitive who they believe is addicted to methamphetamines. They discover he's off drugs, settling into a normal life with a new girlfriend, and is very friendly. But despite their newfound fondness for Bosco, business is business, and they hand him over to the Hawaii police.

  • Brother's Keeper
    Leland has a full plate of fugitives in Kona, and the whole family heads to the Big Island to help. They capture Clifford, who has a nasty habit of hitting his wife. On the ride to jail, Dog tries to make Clifford understand that hitting his wife won't make her love him. And at the police station, Dog says we are all our brother's keepers, and we must all try to help Clifford change.

  • Mama's Boys
    Dog visits his mother's grave for inspiration before heading out to find Frankie, a violent fugitive hiding in the jungle. The spirit of Ma Chapman seems to help when Dog finds an unusual ally - Frankie's mother, who believes that helping Dog bring her son in is the best thing she can do for him.

  • Lost In Paradise
    Dog lectures high school students about the dangers of drugs before going after Joseph, a dangerous fugitive who won't be easy to capture. Dog gets special help from a UPS driver, but has to reject the assistance of another potential ally - 4-year-old Garry, who wants to go after Joseph, but is dragged back to the house kicking and screaming.

  • Coaching Day
    Dog, taking the day off to try his hand at coaching, assigns Tim and Leland to track down Emmanuel, a fugitive with terminal cancer who's got nothing to lose by running. Can the boys prove to Dog and Beth that they can handle a difficult job on their own?

  • The Women Of Waikiki
    The boys get distracted by the bikini-clad lovelies on Waikiki when they hunt for Lucy, a homeless, alcoholic fugitive. Beth is amused by the boys, but this is serious business: Tim will have to pay the bond if Lucy isn't caught.

  • To Capture One's Own
    Dog faces a tough personal and professional situation when he must hunt down his friend, Ili, who has helped him on many busts. But now Ili's on the other side of the law. She's didn't come to court to answer charges that she burned down her house after a fight with her husband, and now Dog must bring her in.

  • This Dog Can Hunt
    Dog and the family visit the Rockies for a little work and lot of fun, but soon they're on one of the biggest cases of their career. They go on the hunt for Harry, a repeat offender, and the search takes them through a seedy world of tattoo parlors, cheap motels, and crack dens. But soon Dog realizes that he will need all of his man-hunting expertise and even the Indian tracking skills his grandfather taught him if he has any hope of bringing Harry to justice.

  • Big Bags And Boxers
    Dog is out to make two grabs on two islands in one day. Part of the team is dispatched to Kona to nab a woman who skipped her court date. Meanwhile, Dog and the others hunt Patrick, a fugitive who's fighting in an Extreme Boxing event on the Big Island. Patrick will fight in a steel cage, and that gives Dog a great chance to catch him because when the fight's over there'll be nowhere for Patrick to run!

  • Cats & Dogs
    Dog has only a few days to catch a woman nicknamed Cats or forfeit Beth's $10,000 bond. But it won't be easy - Cats is eight months pregnant, so Dog will have to lure her in rather than risk a violent grab. A long cat-and-mouse game unfolds as Dog tries to talk her into surrendering without a fight.

  • Destiny Love
    Dog is in for a big surprise after he catches a fugitive named Jonaven in a sting operation. In a teary heart-to-heart talk, Dog finds out that Jonaven's father was killed in a shoot-out with police when Jonaven was only 9. Dog then realizes that he knew the father, and feels compelled to plead with Jonaven to straighten himself out and lead a better life.

  • If You Knew Nunu
    Dog and the team really have their hands full when they go after a tough guy named Nunu, who leads them on a chase through apartment complexes and a shopping mall before he's finally captured. But Dog is charmed by Nunu's unquenchable spirit and even makes friends with him.

  • Double Trouble
    Dog's feeling lucky, so he's going to try to capture two women in one day. The first, Moani, has "crazy" tattooed on her neck and is facing drug charges. Dog and the team will have to chase her down at the beach if they're going to bring her in. The second fugitive, Jade, also turns out to be a tough catch. Despite help from Jade's sister, Dog has problems snaring her.

  • Big Island, Small Town
    Dog has problems when he goes to a small town on the Big Island of Hawaii to track down a fugitive. In a small town, everyone knows everyone else's business, making it impossible for Dog to hunt in secret. With his every move exposed, Dog has a hard time bagging his Big Island prey.

  • Jonah Is Missing
    Dog and the team search for Jonah, a violent and desperate criminal facing 20 years in jail. The trail goes stale when Dog runs into evasive family members and an angry girlfriend. But when the team discovers that Jonah has a second girlfriend who's pregnant with his fifth child, they get the lead they need to trap their target.

  • Suga On My Cuffs
    Dog and the team go after Kandice, AKA Candy, AKA Suga, a stripper who didn't make her court appearance. They convince one of her friends to lure her to a supermarket parking lot, where Dog has an easy time fetching the fetching young thing. But then Dog takes a shine to Suga, and it hurts him to hand her over to the law.

  • Mothers And Daughters
    Dog and Beth take on the heartbreaking case of Rachel. Rachel's mom bailed her out of jail on condition that she go to AA meetings and stick to a curfew. But Rachel hasn't kept up her end of the bargain, and now her mother has made the painful decision to send her back to jail. The situation is also painful for Beth, who remembers who own youthful indiscretions and hopes that Rachel will one day change her life.

  • Dog Is Smokin'
    Dog is trying to cut down on smoking, but it's not easy with his high-stress job. Today, he must track down Walter, a fugitive who believes that the Canadian military has planted a chip in his tooth that allows him to communicate with his van, which is just an old jalopy. After nabbing Walter, Dog goes back out to search for Tammy, an ice addict. He busts Tammy and tells her that she's got to get off drugs - something Dog knows he needs to do himself when it comes to tobacco.

  • For 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 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.

  • You Snooze, You Lose
    Beth designs a luxurious new office for the team and shows it off to Dog, but the bounty hunter is more interested in starting his hunt for Federico, who's been revoked for missing court dates and generally running amuck. Freddy's spent time in the federal pen for bank robbery, and the team knows 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's sleeping in his car, they hope they'll catch him napping. But when the click of the cuffs rouses Freddy, he quickly shows that he won't go down without a fight.

  • Judgment Day
    Dog and the team begin their day by judging the local elementary school's talent show, where they declare all the kids to be winners. Then Dog goes on his next case, which involves Bobby, who's been on parole for three months pending sentencing on an assault charge. Bobby's girlfriend wants him back in jail, and Dog agrees that the Bobby needs to be behind bars. But when Bobby resolves a tense standoff at his parents' house by surrendering, Dog's opinion of him changes. He sees that Bobby, like all of us, is really both good and bad, rolled into one.

  • Do Unto Others
    Dog is a rough, tough bounty hunter, but he's a softie at heart, as the two cases in this episode show. The first case involves Frankie, who's had a problem with methamphetamines. When Dog discovers that Frankie's trying to get off ice and get a job, he promises to help him out of jail. Next, Dog tracks down Christy, a woman who has 87 prior arrests. Christy tells Dog and the team her life story - a tale of abandonment and betrayal that has Beth in tears and moves Dog to lament that the only place that society has for people like Christy is jail.

  • Moms & Dads
    Dog pursues two people whose lives have been devastated by drugs. First, he tracks Mae, who traded a good home, loving kids, and an adoring husband for an ice pipe. He busts Mae, but is amazed to discover that her family still showers her with love. The next case involves Jude. His addiction has caused his pregnant wife to fear for her safety, but she still can't bring herself to revoke his bail and return him to jail. Dog decides that he must go, though, and it's up to Beth to comfort the distraught woman.
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