A Reformed ‘Dog’ Returns to A&E
February 20, 2008 12:44 PM
Duane Chapman returns to A&E’s “Dog the Bounty Hunter” after being suspended for four months for uttering racial slurs in the supposed privacy of his home.
A&E has yet to set a specific date for when the series will return, but the cable net did say it’s making plans about going back into production.
That news will have Dog’s fans woofing with glee, and his detractors whining about TV’s double standards.
At the time of his suspensions, responders to my blog, and there were many, were very divided about A&E’s choice, arguing whether the decision was fair.
This go round, there will be less buzz. Why? Don’t all of TV’s bad boys eventually return after serving their time in the sin bin? Name one who has not, if you can.