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Na Ki'i
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Length: 42:59
Aired: 3/18/2013

When a murder victim falls where Dog The Bounty Hunter is apprehending a suspect, Five-0 sends Catherine in undercover at the local roller derby to find the culprit. Bounty Hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman and his wife Beth Chapman guest star. watch

VIDEO: Na Ki'i

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Na Ki'i
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Length: 43:00
Aired: 3/18/2013

When a murder victim falls where Dog The Bounty Hunter is apprehending a suspect, Catherine goes undercover at the local roller derby. Bounty Hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman and his wife Beth Chapman guest star. watch

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Na Ki'i [HD]
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Length: 43:00
Aired: 3/18/2013

When a murder victim falls where Dog The Bounty Hunter is apprehending a suspect, Catherine goes undercover at the local roller derby. Bounty Hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman and his wife Beth Chapman guest star. watch

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A&E Brings Back Dog Days This Summer

Duane "Dog" Chapman — the most famous bounty hunter we know — will be back this summer on A&E with fresh episodes, says the AP. As you may recall, Chapman's show, Dog the Bounty Hunter, was abruptly pulled from the 'net last fall following the leak of a taped phone conversation in which Chapman referred to his son's girlfriend, who is African-American, with a racial epithet. An A&E spokesman said the network felt Dog deserved a second chance, and had done work to redeem himself since the incident. Reruns of the series will kick off June 25, and new episodes will begin airing soon after. Bail-jumpers across Hawaii might be quaking in their law-evading flip-flops, but what about you? Is this too soft a stance? Even more pressing: How should networks deal when talent have questionable opinions and judgment? — Anna DimondUse our Online Video Guide to try and catch the Bounty HunterRelated:• Dog on Fox: I Will Try Never, Ever to Use N-word Again• Dog th... read more

Dog the Bounty Hunter's Shocking Call to His Son

A tape of Dog the Bounty Hunter star Duane "Dog" Chapman using the N-word in an angry phone conversation with his son Tucker is making the rounds on the Internet. On the call, Chapman is heard using racist remarks during an argument over Tucker’s girlfriend, Monique Shinnery, who is black. Chapman’s show, in which he and his family chase down criminal fugitives on the Hawaiian Islands, has been one of the most popular on A&E since it began its run in 2004. — Reporting by Stephen Battaglio read more

Bounty Hunt Off for Dog

Dog the Bounty Hunter star Duane Chapman is no longer wanted by Mexican police for illegally detaining millionaire rapist Andrew Luster in 2003. Time has run out to convict Chapman of bounty hunting, which is illegal in Mexico. Chapman’s wife, Beth, says her husband “couldn’t be more relieved.” — Reporting by Ileane Rudolph read more

Duane Chapman No Longer Dogged by Mexican Authorities

Although bounty hunting is considered a crime in Mexico, charges against Duane "Dog" Chapman, his son and a member of their team have been dropped by a south-of-the-border court, TMZ has learned. Maybe the authorities finally realized that the TV vigilantes' removal of convicted serial rapist Andrew Luster from Puerto Vallarta would be good for tourism. read more

Bounty Hunter Dog Impounded for Kidnapping

Duane "Dog" Chapman and two Dog the Bounty Hunter costars, including his 29-year-old son Leland, were arrested on Thursday in Hawaii on charges of illegal detention and conspiracy, stemming from their June 2003 capture of Max Factor heir Andrew Luster, who had fled the U.S. for Mexico on three rape charges. Chapman's publicist says her client will be vindicated, telling the Associated Press, "He arrests the bad guys. He is definitely not one of them." Said Chapman himself in the courtroom following his arrest, "You see what the American government is doing to us? They throw us in jail. I'm so upset about this." Chapman et al are being held in Honolulu, where they will face an extradition-to-Mexico hearing. read more

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