Dog the Bounty Hunter Suspended

United States
November 7, 2007 9:35am CST
After Dog's use of the "n-word" in a private conversation with his son, A&E suspended the TV show indefinately. Is that an appropriate response? Post your thoughts on the subjerct.
2 responses
@kodie420 (872)
• Canada
12 Nov 07
I heard the recording of what Dog all said and I totally agree with A&E taking him off the air after all if they didn't what would that be saying to certain watchers? That A&E supports Dog the Racist. I think Dog had a good thing going for a long time but when you become a role model to children all over the world then your forced to live a different way and watch what you say. I know we all do it but again with Dog being in the public eye so much and his TV show on every other night he should have been smarter then he was. Again I listen to the full recording and its not like he just slipped saying the word N****R, he was just running off at the month about how he would dis own his daughter if she brought home a black guy and so on. I think in my personal opinion Dog got off pretty easy because he might of lost his TV show for now but some other station will pick it up plus they got the whole Bounty Hunting thing still.
• United States
7 Nov 07
Personally, I think that if the entertainment industry punished every celebrity out there for using epithets or voicing unpopular opinions Hollywood would be a ghost town. With all the cursing and swearing that guy does that has to be bleeped out one minute only to jump cut to him praying with his brother, sons, cousin and...oh yeah, the woman he's been living in sin with for YEARS spawning puppies left and right the next shows what kind of hypocritical doofus he is already. He puts his entire life out there for the world to scrutinize and they jump on him using the "n-word"? Please...