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1. Meet the Chapmans  ( August 13, 2004)

In the premiere episode, Dog defends his family name as he chases down a "Chapman gone awry." Floyd Chapman is a bail jumper with the same last name as Dog (but no relation). Dog uses a phone ruse to get information from Floyd's mother, then rocks his team into a state of aggressive anticipation to make the bust at Floyd's family home.

2. Father and Son  ( August 31, 2004)

Beth stays with the kids while Dog, Tim, and Justin go to Kona to help Leland with one of his fugitives. After arriving, Dog and Leland first stop at the gym to warm up for their day of hunting with a quick sparring session, where Dog opens up about how he had to fight to win Leland's love after he got out of prison, and how he was worried he'd lose Leland to a gang. Later, at Leland's office, Dog arranges an "arrest by appointment," tricking a fugitive into coming to the office, then sets up his team to catch the runner when he arrives.

3. The Competition  ( September 7, 2004)

Two drug dealers have failed to appear in court, and Dog is on the hunt. He divides the group into two teams - the veterans (himself, Beth, and Tim) and the rookies (Leland and Justin) - and have them complete to see who can catch their guy first. While the veterans go after a potentially-dangerous man who's hiding out on the beach, the rookies must find a young Samoan woman who is on the run in her own community. Will Dog keep bragging rights as the best bounty hunter in the world, or will his young apprentices steal the mantle from him?

4. A Walk on the Wild Side  ( September 7, 2004)

Dog and his team hunt bail jumper Joseph Sampaio. The crew tirelessly searches under every rock in Waikaki's seedy underbelly, looking for some sign of the repeat offender and his girlfriend, or they'll lose the $20,000 bail. They hang on doors and pound the pavement at all the fugitive's local hangouts, but Dog has a secret mission that seems even harder to nail down . . . finding a clown to perform at a surprise birthday party for his brother, Tim.

5. Bounty Hunters Have Hearts Too  ( September 14, 2004)

Dog and his team search Honolulu's Chinatown for a young Samoan girl who's gone down the wrong path. The petty criminals and party animals of the underworld lionize Dog and lie to him, closing ranks to protect one of their own. After a frustrating day of hunting, Dog later has to keep his 3 and 5-year-old kids quiet during the 5th grade school play of his 11-year-old daughter. The next day, the search continues, and Dog enlists Ili Suka (his Samoan secret weapon) to help track down the fugitive.

6. Love's Labors Lost and Found  ( September 21, 2004)

While hunting an elusive deep sea fisherman, who turns out to spending a few days out on the ocean, Dog tries to plan a great Mother's Day for Beth, but he has trouble finding the kind of flowers she likes.

7. The Godfather of Waikiki  ( September 28, 2004)

Dog is hunting a man known as "The Godfather of Waikiki." Dog and Beth bailed him out as a courtesy, but how he is refusing to go to court. If Dog doesn't bring him in, it could cost him more than money . . . he may also lose his respect on the street.

8. Hide and Seek (1)  ( October 5, 2004)

Dog and his team are after Patty Estabilio, who has jumped a $15,000 bond and disappeared into Hawaii's underworld, a place populated by "night crawlers" and "ice" (crystal methamphetamine) addicts. Constantly on the move, she tests Dog's bounty hunting skills, as well as his patience.

9. Hide and Seek (2)  ( October 5, 2004)

As the search continues for Patty Estabilio, Dog and his team hit yet another dead end and find themselves dealing with Patty's friends, who get out of hand. Dog and Leland defend themselves with mace. Leland is taken down, but manages to escape without serious injury. As the scene escalates, the Chapmans have no choice but to make a hasty retreat as their cars are pounded with angry fists. The slew of near misses, bad tips, and long nights spent staking out "ice" dens is taking it's toll on Dog's team.

10. Justin's Big Day  ( October 12, 2004)

Dog's nephew, Justin, wants to be a full-fledged member of the team, and Dog has a fugitive that will test his case. Solomon Fuller is a long-line fisherman who has failed to appear in court on assault charges. So the team heads to the marina, and Justin is told that he is to take the lead in the arrest.

11. It's Good To Be Home  ( October 26, 2004)

Dog and his team return to Denver, Colorado, where they used to live. Dog and Tim appear on an early morning radio show, where a listener calls in with a tip on one of the fugitives they're hunting.

12. You Can't Go Home Again  ( November 9, 2004)

Dog and Beth enjoy reminiscing about their early days bounty hunting in Denver. They return to the house where Dog raised Leland (built by Dog's grandfather), which moves Dog to tears. As they walk through the abandoned and rundown house, Dog is touched by the sublime and tearfully recalls the words his father said to him just before he died.

13. A Family Feud  ( November 23, 2004)

The team's visit to Denver is almost over. Working with old friend and local bondswoman Mary Ellen, Dog and his group hunt down a young fugitive wanted on drug charges. His family also begins to make threatening phone calls to Dog and Mary. Later, Dog and the others attend the high school graduation of Tim's son.

14. Sons & Daughters  ( December 7, 2004)

Dog and his team track Virginia Tello. An anonymous tip tells them that a pick-up truck will be going to Virginia's house, so the team tails the truck in true private-eye fashion.

15. The Sweep  ( December 21, 2004)

Dog decides to sweep Hawaii clean by picking up as many fugitives as he can in two days. Raymond is wanted on drug charges, Mauro is wanted for soliciations, and Siamau is tricked into flying back from Los Angeles.

16. Stress Management  ( January 4, 2005)

Dog is after a fugitive named Tracey. She lives at a homeless shelter, but the shelter's staff is hiding her. The two sides get into an angry confrontation, and Dog is forced to temporarily back off. Meanwhile, the team is lead to another fugitive, Daniel, thanks to an informant.

17. Where There's Smoke...  ( January 11, 2005)

Dog hunts down Robert, a low-level drug dealer who rips people off by selling them hedge clippings as marijuana. Meanwhile, Beth chews out Justin when she discovers his cigarette has burned a hole in the dash of her truck, and she and Dog confront him about his smoking.

18. Second Chances  ( January 25, 2004)

Dog captures Paul, an methamphetamine addict, but steers him to a rehab program instead of jail. Meanwhile, one of the family's puppies is taken to a vet, having been attacked by their other dogs, and its chances of recovery seem grim.

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