In the opening edition, the family tracks down a bail jumper by gathering information from the convict's mother. In later shows, Dog and his son Leland take time out from bounty hunting to spend some quality time together; and Dog divides his crew into veterans and rookies to catch two drug dealers.
It opens with Dog trying to trick a fugitive into thinking he has won a vacuum cleaner. In other shows, the search is on for a heroin addict who has jumped bail; a woman with a score to settle helps Dog set a trap to catch a convicted drug dealer; and the bounty hunter receives help from a fugitive's father-in-law.
Highlights from the fourth season of the American reality show following the fortunes of real-life bounty hunter and ex-con, Duane 'Dog' Chapman. From his base in Hawaii, Dog, assisted by an assortment of willing helpers, including his sons Leland and Duane Lee, sets out to track down bail jumpers, escaped criminals, and on-the-run outlaws. With over 6,000 successes against some of the slipperiest customers around, when Dog's on your tail, you can run but you can't hide.