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madala

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Has anyone had the misfortune to see this programme on Channel 5 I believe.....starring this guy.....Duane "Dog" Chapman....what a complete and utter bell-end.



Krist I so much want to see him "blown away" by one of his targets.




Vieste

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44 months

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Camaro

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59 months

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Its actually been going for quite a few years on sky channels as 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' - a couple of parodys were done about it on South Park too.

I think he got his show canned after he did something racist or that. Can't remember. It used to be a good 30 mins show, except his wife is most annoying creature known to man.

firman

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Pick this up and change the channel then rolleyes

sinizter

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70 months

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Unfortunately I watched 15mins of one episode once.
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doogz

22,916 posts

71 months

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Watched an episode once. He went to a shop and bought some stupid looking boots with a fecking giant platform/heel to them. He's only 5'4 or something like that? He bought them to make himself look taller.

simonjunior831

133 posts

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Oh yes im aware of "the dawg". Cant agree more, he is a total bell end. Seen a 5min clip of this on some Sky channel a few days ago. He is sitting in a big 4X4 like a king, his total munter of a wife screaming about in another 4X4 giving it the big " no one in hawaii fks with us,they know how bad ass we are". Caught a glimpse of one of there bellend sons sitting there with this what appeared to be a automatic assault rifle. Turned out it was a paint ball gun ! Love to see them do a East of Glasgow episode,lol.

AC43

2,791 posts

92 months

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Dude looks like a lady.

Fozziebear

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24 months

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It's quiet funny to watch, great example of how bail bonds companies don't work, dress or behave. If you saw how it was done on mainland USA it would be an eye opener.

P-Jay

6,424 posts

75 months

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Ha ha, I've seen a couple of bits over the years, he's a bit of an odd one, claims he used to be a 'bad guy' back in the day, obviously that doesn't stop someone becoming a bounty hunter... it’s all the prying and counselling he offers people that cracks me up.

There's another one of these type shows which is much, much worse - operation repo or something, follows a group of repo guys around, one of them fancies himself a "badass" and seems to enjoy making the whole situation worse by antagonising people, so they'll fight him, what makes it worse is they don't or can't show what they do, so anything they show is a reconstruction, great actors they are not...

Pixel Pusher

8,621 posts

43 months

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That knobber looks like he couldn't find a bounty in a sweetshop.

simonjunior831

133 posts

23 months

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Pixel Pusher said:
That knobber looks like he couldn't find a bounty in a sweetshop.
roflrofl

Civpilot

5,306 posts

124 months

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simonjunior831 said:
Pixel Pusher said:
That knobber looks like he couldn't find a bounty in a sweetshop.
roflrofl
To be fair to him the whole reason he gained fame is for the fact that he is actually quite effective at bounty hunting...

"On June 18, 2003, Chapman made international news by capturing Andrew Luster, who had fled the United States in the middle of his trial on charges of drugging and raping a number of women. He had been convicted in absentia on 86 counts including multiple rape charges connected to assaults in 1996, 1997 and 2000. Chapman was assisted by his "hunt team", consisting of his son Leland and Tim Chapman. The three bounty hunters captured Luster in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where he had been living under an assumed name. On their way to California, while still in Mexico, they were pulled over by Mexican police, and all four of them were jailed. Once the authorities confirmed Luster's identity, he was sent to California to face his 124 year sentence."

Note that Luster was at the time on the FBI's most wanted list and it was actually this mullet haired nutter that found and captured him in Mexico.

Of course none of this makes him any less of an annoying wacko with quite possibly the worst hair and dress sense ever. Mind you, it doesn't really matter as his company seems to have imploded as both his brother and his son have not only quit, but severed all ties it seems.

chris watton

15,523 posts

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I often have the misfortune to listen to this tripe, as the kids have it on (I work from home, with PC in same room as TV - hence listen, not watch). The way they play up to the cameras (especially that dog-wife-thing) is cringe-worthy. From what I have listened to, the show has become more the dog-wife-thing soap opera and less about 'bounty hunting'.

Usually, I can tolerate listening to the bilge, but some days, I have to insist they turn the channel over........

simonjunior831

133 posts

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Civpilot said:
simonjunior831 said:
Pixel Pusher said:
That knobber looks like he couldn't find a bounty in a sweetshop.
roflrofl
To be fair to him the whole reason he gained fame is for the fact that he is actually quite effective at bounty hunting...

"On June 18, 2003, Chapman made international news by capturing Andrew Luster, who had fled the United States in the middle of his trial on charges of drugging and raping a number of women. He had been convicted in absentia on 86 counts including multiple rape charges connected to assaults in 1996, 1997 and 2000. Chapman was assisted by his "hunt team", consisting of his son Leland and Tim Chapman. The three bounty hunters captured Luster in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, where he had been living under an assumed name. On their way to California, while still in Mexico, they were pulled over by Mexican police, and all four of them were jailed. Once the authorities confirmed Luster's identity, he was sent to California to face his 124 year sentence."

Note that Luster was at the time on the FBI's most wanted list and it was actually this mullet haired nutter that found and captured him in Mexico.

Of course none of this makes him any less of an annoying wacko with quite possibly the worst hair and dress sense ever. Mind you, it doesn't really matter as his company seems to have imploded as both his brother and his son have not only quit, but severed all ties it seems.
Nice wikipedia quote !
In reality the American authority's new where he was. The Mexican authorities new where he was. No one was moving as they knew who ever moved first was opining themselves up to a political st storm. But in rolls "the dwag" and for no outher reason than his own PR "takes im down" to a, you guessed it. A political st storm........... Total bell end..............

Civpilot

5,306 posts

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simonjunior831 said:
Nice wikipedia quote !
In reality the American authority's new where he was. The Mexican authorities new where he was. No one was moving as they knew who ever moved first was opining themselves up to a political st storm. But in rolls "the dwag" and for no outher reason than his own PR "takes im down" to a, you guessed it. A political st storm........... Total bell end..............
So what? I quoted wiki? your point?

Dog is still a bell end, but his company records do point to it being a pretty successful bond/bounty operation.

EDLT

14,710 posts

90 months

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P-Jay said:
Ha ha, I've seen a couple of bits over the years, he's a bit of an odd one, claims he used to be a 'bad guy' back in the day, obviously that doesn't stop someone becoming a bounty hunter... it’s all the prying and counselling he offers people that cracks me up.

There's another one of these type shows which is much, much worse - operation repo or something, follows a group of repo guys around, one of them fancies himself a "badass" and seems to enjoy making the whole situation worse by antagonising people, so they'll fight him, what makes it worse is they don't or can't show what they do, so anything they show is a reconstruction, great actors they are not...
Is that the Lizard Lick thing? That show is as real as WWE, it is funny though.
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