+1 we've watched some and it's like joke or something. Sometimes it was embarrasing to watch... like watching a train wreck.I've sat through an episode or two.
I think they are going for the whole 'these guys are so pathetic it's entertaining thing'.
Couldn't agree more. That sucks. I don't watch his show but my in-laws watch him on a regular basis. They love it!! Hats, T-shirts everything...(not the Beth costumes - as far as I know)Whether his statements were taken out of context or not, I still feel bad for him. That was a private phone conversation with his son. In all likelihood, he's the one who sold it to the Enquirer. Think about it. He was double-crossed by his own son.
I'm another who never knew who this joker was until he was in the news for being in jail in Mexico, which like Canada, takes a very dim view of the bounty hunting types.Just curious, and pardon my ignorance, but is there anyone else here who's never seen his show? Seems like I've seen his image on a commercial or something, but I thought that guy was a wrestler.
Yeah, one way to look at it is that bail bondsmen are borderline loan sharks and bounty hunters their 'muscle'.I'm another who never knew who this joker was until he was in the news for being in jail in Mexico, which like Canada, takes a very dim view of the bounty hunting types.
...its actually no better or worse than anything else that passes for entertainment on mainstream television.I can only hope they take that show off the TV. I cant beleive it ever got passed the first season.