Beth designs a luxurious new office for the team and shows it off to Dog, but the bounty hunter is more interested in starting his hunt for Federico, who's been revoked for missing court dates and generally running amuck.
Dog and the team begin their day by judging the local elementary school's talent show. Then Dog goes on his next case, which involves Bobby, who's been on parole for three months pending sentencing on an assault charge.
Dog is a rough, tough bounty hunter, but he's a softie at heart, as the two cases in this episode show. The first case involves Frankie, who's had a problem with methamphetamines. Next, Dog tracks down Christy, a woman who has 87 prior arrests.
Dog pursues two people whose lives have been devastated by drugs. First, he tracks Mae, who traded a good home, loving kids and an adoring husband for an ice pipe. Next is Jude, whose addiction has caused his pregnant wife to fear for her safety.
Dog answers two very different calls for help from women. In the first case, he helps Leland protect Maria, who's being threatened by her violent husband. After, Dog keeps his promise to visit a young woman who's dying of cancer.
Baby Lyssa, who's just turned 18 and is studying to become a bondsman, gets to do some on-the-job training when she helps Dog hunt for Wayne, who's run out on a bond for second-degree assault.
Dog is sick as a dog, but he still must lead the hunt for a fugitive named James. James' girlfriend tries to cover for him, but Dog surprises James.
Beth buys Dog a shirt with an embroidered chicken, but Dog only wears shirts with Jesus or a Harley-Davidson. Then the team goes after Necia, a fugitive with felony charges pending and a history of missing court appearances.
It's Christmas day, and Dog sets out to nab Raymond, who robs to support his ice habit, and give him a little Christmas gift - shiny new handcuffs.
Dog and Beth have their hands full when they go after their former housekeeper, Lisa, who's jumped bond. They know this case will be tricky because Lisa knows everyone in the family.
Before Tim heads out for a tough day of bounty hunting, he likes to get in a little quality time with his daughter, Summer Rain. It's a much-needed moment of domestic tranquility, as today's hunt will be especially stressful.
After giving a rousing speech to an audience of enthusiastic grade-schoolers on Career Day, Dog catches up with an old friend, Sheriff Tommy Cayetano, to talk business. Dog's got a tough fugitive to catch and Tommy is happy to lend a hand.
Dog knows very little about Peter, but he knows that he is currently facing two counts of second degree sexual assault, he's racked up numerous restraining orders over the years and a week ago he dropped out of sight before missing his court date.
It's the day before Valentine's Day and love is in the air at Da Kine Bail Bonds--but not for Tapi who has failed to appear in court on theft charges. Dog's plan is to have Leland knock on Tapi's door with a Valentine's gift to draw her out.
Dog and Beth are finally getting married! They've been together for more than ten years but Dog is determined to marry her. There are big nuptials planned on the Big Island but before everyone can fly over, there's a lot to be done.
Dog, Beth and the posse are off to the Big Island for their wedding. They hope to relax for a few days and take care of final details but tragedy strikes the morning of their wedding.
Dog and the team must deal with misleading informants, belligerent boaters and angry drunks when they go after Kimberly. He calls in Justin, a former team member, to help catch Kimberly, but Tim and Leland are worried that he isn't a team player.
When the team hunts for Steven, a fugitive with a history of domestic abuse, they seek help from his girlfriend, who's been a victim of his abuse. Meanwhile, Beth trains for a 5K race to help raise awareness about domestic abuse.
Dog is going to be the keynote speaker at the annual Profession Bail Agents convention in Las Vegas, but before he leaves he's got to clear two cases from his docket--Heidi and Stephanie.
Tim's got a big problem on his hands. One of his clients, Owen, has failed to appear in court. He's on bond for serious drug charges and now Tim could lose $30,000 if he doesn't catch Owen. With Dog's help, he tries to track him down.
It's been raining for days and the team is going a little stir crazy. Dog however has the cure--a good hunt. Maui has failed to appear on a drug charge and the team has just one lead. She was recently spotted during a bust at a local garage.
Dog outfits the crew with new SUVs. They aim to break-in the new cars by the end of the day in by capturing a fugitive. Their target is Jasmine, a woman whose criminal record includes over 37 arrests for everything from drug promotion to assault.
Dog has two fugitives to catch, and he gets help from the fugitives' mothers. Ginger's mother wants to revoke her daughter's bond because Ginger is selling drugs. Then Brandon's mother decides to revoke his bond because Brandon has a ice habit.
Dog decides that the crew should get pepper-ball guns, which have much better range than pepper spray. Then they go after Clyde, a tough guy who proves elusive.
Dog decides to help two of his bondsmen buddies, Dave "Red" Widhelm and "Downtown" Bobby Brown. First up is Alvin who has charges of drug possession and distribution pending. Then the team goes after Craig who has traffic offenses worth almost $70,000.
Dog leads the team on another adrenaline-filled chase in Denver. The fugitive, Robert, has a habit of address-hopping that makes him a difficult target, but Dog refuses to give up and finally tracks Robert down in his latest hideaway.
The team is still in Colorado, and Dog starts his day by giving his kids and crew a sample of their western heritage by taking them horseback riding. And Dog helps out his childhood friend, Red, who also is a bail bondsman.
Dog's time is running out in Colorado. After a month of helping his bail bondsmen friends around Denver, he's got to get his family back home to Hawaii. But Dog wants one more capture before they leave.
Colorado bondsman Bobby Brown's got trouble and his name is Jackson. Bobby needs some help in reeling this big fish in. Dog, who can never say no to a friend in need, agrees to come to the rescue and the hunt is on!
With twelve kids of his own Dog knows how hard it is to keep children on the straight and narrow. So when his housekeeper Darlene tells Dog that her fifteen year-old granddaughter has vanished, the team jumps into action.