After a very successful fifth season debut, Dog the Bounty Hunter
is certainly back. On tonight's episode, Dog the Bounty Hunter
viewers get to meet Christopher, a 20-year-old victim of domestic abuse and assault. As always, it is not a walk in the park for Dog and his family as the leads are scarce.
“Let It Snow” airs tonight at 9:30pm on A&E.
“Informers and family are not forthcoming, and the posse has to confront a freak April blizzard as well,” according to the A&E website. “Braving freezing temperatures, blowing snow, and treacherous highways, they hunt through the day and into the night. But as darkness draws close the leads are as cold as ice...until an unexpected call turns the trail red hot.”
Previously, Dog was back in Hawaii to confront two alleged felons who are in crisis. On the request of their families and friends, who are convinced that they would get into more trouble while they await trial, Dog and his posse brought the two men back to jail. “In both cases addiction has a powerful hold on their targets, and so Dog's motto of "find 'em and fix 'em" is truly at work.”
If Dog the Bounty Hunter
fans remember, A&E canceled the show in November for some recorded racial slurs committed by Dog. He was talking about his son Tucker's African-American girlfriend. Pressured by civil rights groups, the network pulled the plug on the show for an indefinite period of time. Petitions from fans, however, urging the network to bring back the show caused its return.
-Glenn L. Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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