I just got finished watching an episode of this crap that A&E passes off for reality television. I can't beleive that this guy is popular enough to have his own television show. Here are some facts that I have derived from watching one episode:
1. All of the criminals that you chase live on an island in the middle of the pacific ocean. Not much of a hunt, is it?
2. Having your wife as your chauffeur dosen't exactly play up to your macho attitude. I would say something about the hair, but I won't go there.
3. About the hair, what kind of Pompadore/Mullet style are you trying to achieve here? Are you a bounty hunter or a rejected drag queen trying out for the village people? Ooooohhhh.....Nothing strikes fear in the hearts of criminals more that a walking ad for Vidal Sasoon hair products.
4. The brave men and women in law enforcement around the world can manage to subdue the largest and craziest of people with a 5oz. can of pepper spray. Who are you trying to impress with the industrial sized 1 gallon bottle?
5. What's the deal with the counseling session you give to everyone you bring in? Are you trying to go for a "What if Dr. Phil was a Bail Bondsman" type of effect? I believe the people he catches when they say they are going to straighten up. I would too if I knew it meant going through another speech like that.
That's my 2 cents. I heard Chuck Norris was originally slated for that role, but the producers figured everyone who ever even thought of something illegal would turn themselves in. The ones that tried to run would be round house kicked so hard the gory violence would give it a NC-17 rating, thus unairable for regular television.