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Dog The Bounty Hunter EpisodesSeason 5    

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  • Jack And Jill
    Dog believes that the family that plays together stays together. But what happens when a family's idea of fun is getting high and running amuck? The case becomes a twofer when a brother and sister are both charged with drug related offenses. On top of that, Dog has crossed paths with the brother before. He once tried to stop Dog from arresting one of the most violent fugitives of his career. Suited up and ready, the crew heads out and descends on the fugitive's last known address. At the door, the mother insists that no one's inside, but Dog knows better.

  • Save The Dogs
    What starts out as a perfect day for Dog turns ugly fast. He and Beth just bought bunnies for their kids, and Dog is enjoying helping them learn to care for their new pets. But duty calls and this is a tough case to fathom. The charges: alleged cruelty to animals. The fugitive: a young man with a bad drug habit. The alleged victim: a kitten. The tenderhearted Dog has left the room as the team reads aloud the details from the police report. But in the end, this only fuels Dog's determination to get his man.

  • Island Hopper
    Dog is always trying to reduce the number of fugitives in Hawaii, so he really doesn't like felons from the mainland combining their flight from the law with an island vacation. So when a brother bondsman from Washington State calls Dog for help tracking a runner in search of fun in the sun on the tropical paradise of Kauai, the team is on the case. Dog's only problem? No leads!

  • Nice Guys Finish Last
    "When you don't write the bond, you don't know the prey," as Dog always says. So when Dog and team help out a bondsman friend whose client jumped bail, the target is a blank slate. Are his tattoos gang related? Is he likely to be violent? And making matters worse, when they hit his apartment they learn he is moving out. Unless they catch him today, their only lead will vanish!

  • No Fly Zone
    So what does a bondsman do when he learns that the felon he's bonded out is booked on an afternoon flight to Florida? Especially when over $140,000 is at stake? If you're Dog, you 911 the team and race to Honolulu International. But things get stressful when the flight starts to board and Dog still can't ID his man.

  • Teaching Moment
    Dog always wants to share the wisdom he has collected on the streets with the fugitives he captures. But today he's going to do double duty! His son-in-law Travis (and trainee bondsman) is also in need of some knowledge. After Travis signs off on an iffy bond and the accused turns into a fugitive, Dog and Beth decide to bring Travis on his first bounty. What better way to teach him the importance of proper paperwork and procedure, than to show him just how hard it can be to bring in your man!

  • Mission Of Mercy
    Dog knows that it is better to give than to receive, so when a fellow bondsman grieving for his recently departed spouse requests his help, he jumps into action. Studying the fugitive's file the team uncovers a surprising fact. Like the bondsman, the runner has also recently lost a loved one, his step-dad. How will Dog use this information to catch his man?

  • Practice Makes Perfect
    No one becomes a bondsman overnight and even the members of Dog's team know there is always more to learn. So when Duane Lee cuts a felon a little too much slack about checking-in and then goes missing, Duane Lee knows he's gonna get schooled. The word on the street is that their quarry has split from his wife and is drifting between several of Hawaii's less than scenic public parks. The hunt could be long, and Duane Lee knows that Beth will be right there, offering her advice along the way.

  • All In The Family
    The "Big Island" of Hawaii boasts both lush tropical splendor and stark volcanic beauty. But today Dog and the team can't spend much time taking in the sights, they need to help Leland hunt down some elusive fugitives. This case is a family affair with both mother and daughter in trouble with the law. Will a twisted sense of family honor help or hinder Dog in his quest to bring this felon to justice?

  • Mother Courage
    Dog knows that crime and drugs not only damage victims but also harm the families of the perpetrators, especially the kids. And both of the fugitives he's chasing today have left shattered families and struggling women in their wake. The challenge for Dog and the team--can they convince these women to help Dog track down their men?

  • Bounty Hunting Boot Camp
    Dog's longtime friend and fellow bondsman Jim has a son who has just started in the family business; Dog takes Jim's son along for some training as he tracks down a potentially dangerous fugitive.

  • Friends And Neighbors
    Dog and his posse head to Colorado for a special mission - to catch Marco, an alleged drug dealer. It's been ten months since Marco went on the lam, and his bondsman stands to lose his family business if Marco is not caught. Dog's hunt for this elusive criminal reveals a world of half-truths, hot checks, identity theft, drug ravaged lives, and even a violin case containing a sawed-off shotgun.

  • The Set-Up
    Darkness has fallen, but with the trail hot and the stakes high Dog and posse refuse to let up. The "Big Fish" in this case is Marco, an alleged drug dealer with a big bond. But a major key to catching him is Elizabeth, who is also a fugitive from the law. Will Dog's plan to trick her in using her close friend work? What does Dog do when he realizes that the bait in the set-up is also a wanted man?

  • The Searchers
    Dog's relentless ruthlessness is being put to the test on the search for the elusive fugitive, Marco. Dog is tracking him across Colorado, from Grand Junction to Denver - facilitating four arrests along the way - and now a hot tip that a long time associate of his is hiding in Pueblo sends the team racing south. With the net closing in around Marco, and time running out, will this development give Dog the clues he needs to bring his target to justice?

  • Buddha's Delight, Parts 1 & 2
    Dog and the posse travel to the Big Island to help Leland track down a small-time Bonnie and Clyde couple. Their crime: theft, including allegedly stealing a pair of Buddha statues for resale. But this only masks deeper problems with the couple. On the ride to jail all is revealed, and the picture is not pretty.

  • Three's Company, Parts 1 & 2
    This fugitive is hard to pin down in Honolulu's downtown district--moving from hostel to hotel to apartment high-rise. But as the hunt evolves, Dog discovers that this alleged burglar isn't the only family member wanted by the law.

  • Strip Search
    When a stripper goes on the lam, Dog has to bring her in - it's a tough job but somebody has to do it. Thankfully for the team, Lady Luck is presiding over the posse tonight.

  • Secret Places
    When Leland learns that one of his clients with a reputation for stealing has lost her co-signer and could be ready to run, Dog and the crew hop a plane to the Big Island. Their target lives in a remote corner of the island on a junk-filled compound with plenty of places for a criminal to hide. The hunt will reveal a dark secret from the past that lies behind this woman's troubled present.

  • Father Of The Bride, Parts 1 & 2
    Baby Lyssa's wedding is only three days away, but Dog is thinking about bounties, not bouquets. A hot jump has comes in and Dog wants to go on the hunt. When Lyssa and Beth object, Dog explains his decision, "We're a family of hunters, we need to hunt." How will the Chapman clan balance the demands of bounty hunting and wedding preparations?

  • Wrong Turn, Parts 1 & 2
    Dog's target today seems to have a taste for drugs and a record of reckless driving. The hunt has deep emotional resonance for the team because today is the anniversary of the fatal car accident of Dog's daughter Barbara Katie. As the hunt goes deep into the night the team is confronted with a speeding SUV driven by the fugitive, and Dog worries that a similar fate awaits this fugitive.

  • Midnight Run, Parts 1 & 2
    This fugitive has a bad reputation and a knack for running from the law. The pursuit has Dog and team traveling through an urban dystopia of suspicion, false leads and mistrust. And the more they learn about their target, the more they believe that he needs to be behind bars.

  • Easy Rider, Parts 1 & 2
    What looks like a routine pick-up turns into a complicated case of betrayal, deceit, as well as quality nail care as Dog and company track down an fugitive alleged to be an abusive boyfriend with one too many friends in his close knit community.

  • The Hunt For Santa, Parts 1 & 2
    Dog and Beth take time from their busy schedule to thank their fans by inviting them into their home to celebrate the holiday season. But when Dog decides he needs to help his son Garry believe in Santa Claus again the plan changes. So now the Dog, with a posse expanded to include his children and grandchildren, sets off on a hunt through the Colorado Rockies for Santa Claus himself!

  • Call Waiting
    Dog's target for today has been in trouble with the law since he was a juvenile. And he seems willing to use any trick in the system to avoid capture by Dog. In this match of wits, will Dog prevail?
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