Help Bring Back “Dog the Bounty Hunter” to TV

250,000 Signatures in Fourteen Days is Petition’s Goal
The petition to help bring back the Dog is now online.

Those tired of reading about it, talking about and worrying about a Dog-less TV line-up now can take some action. As the petition states, “Now you can help get Dog out of the doghouse–now!”

The petition is trying to collect 250,000 signatures to put “Dog the Bounty Hunter” back on the Art & Entertainment Network’s fall line-up. The petition and electronic signatures will be sent to the AETV’s corporate offices on November 26, 2007. AETV is the parent corporation of the A & E Network.

To help Duane “Dog” Chapman, his family and his show, follow the instructions at the end of the petition wording.

The petition will have 14 days to collect 250,000 signatures: that’s only a little over 17,000 signatures a day–a small fraction of the show’s audience.

“Tell your friends and family and anyone else who might be interested in seeing “Dog the Bounty Hunter” possibly return to the airwaves. If A&E is unmoved, the outpouring of support might surely influence another rival network, such USA Network or Spike TV, to pick the show up.”

The petition reads as follows:


Bring back “Dog the Bounty Hunter” to the Arts & Entertainment Network schedule.

The tapes released by the National Enquirer were of a private cell-phone conversation, made without Duane “Dog” Chapman’s knowledge (most probably illegally) and sold for monetary gain.

The slur was not an expression of hate, but of ignorance.

Duane Chapman has on several occasions apologized on national TV broadcasts.

While not condoning the use of racial slurs, supporters urge the Arts & Entertainment Network to bring back the “Dog the Bounty Hunter” show.

The sooner, the better.

———– Bring Back “DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER” ———–
“Only fourteen days.

Everybody better get busy.”

Read instructions and sign the petition:

Bring back “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Petition


Bring back “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Petition

Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at

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