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Author: Jo Curtis
This episode is the first time I’ve been able to catch up with the Dog in weeks, but oh, what a great reintroduction to the show this was…
As this was part two of a chase story, we got the conclusion pretty fast into the episode, and to briefly recap, Eric Ludwick had a million dollar bond which, in a nutshell, he hadn’t turned up at court for.
Dean, a small town bondsman from Colorado, called in the Chapman family to help him track Eric down, and they did so, full on Dog styly, complete with an ambush that saw all the team members strategically placed all over Dean’s house…
The final take down saw Duane Lee rugby tackling Eric to the floor, then the usual yelling and searching took place. The search turned up a very lot of ice and methamphetamine which of course, Dog disposed of.
Eric had a lot of paranoid delusions that included believing the government was trying to “mind control” the masses via ice.
So, with Eric safely in lock up, it was on to other cases. One of those included chasing down a fugitive, Jose, who was wanted on a warrant for “criminal impersonation” but when Dog et al finally tracked Jose down, he wasn’t home…
But two run away teenagers were, however, Dog managed to get them both into the safe custody of one of their Aunts, so all was well there. But Jose was still at large.
Beth had a few choice words to say to Dean about his shabby record keeping, especially given that one of his fugitives had moved out of the address he gave – and quelle surprise, no forwarding one was given – and Jose was in fact not the other fugitive’s name at all. It was Rocky.
She takes no prisoners does she?
Nor does Mary Ellen who also waded in on catching Jose/Rocky and another four bond jumpers who all needed rounding up. One included a lady who mistakenly believed her court case and bond were taken care of, given she’d paid a man called Gilbert – who was working for Dean – a thousand dollars.
She was wrong, he took the money erroneously and got himself an earful from Beth and Dog for doing so. It turned out, he wasn’t a certified bondsman, and should not have taken the money, so Dog threatened him with legal action if he continues catching criminals.
With the remainder of the cases, well, as they say, it’s to be continued next week, so don’t miss it, I suspect it’ll be a doozie!