Dog the Nigga Hunter

Since I missed the whole Michael Richards flap, I thought I’d join in on the latest schadenfreude:
Network pulls ‘Dog’ Chapman TV show

“Dog the Bounty Hunter” has been pulled off the air by A&E, the cable network announced Friday. The network stopped short of saying the show was canceled, apparently leaving open the possibility of a return with new episodes or reruns.
“In evaluating the circumstances of the last few days, A&E has decided to take Dog The Bounty Hunter off the network’s schedule for the foreseeable future,” A&E said in prepared statement. “We hope that Mr. Chapman continues the healing process that he has begun.”

Now don’t get me wrong, I love his show, and I think the Duane “Dog” Chapman is cool as hell… but really, this is inexcusable.

But you have to see the hilarious irony in a guy who didn’t want to risk “throwing away 30 years of work” only to say the “N-Word” over and over again in what he thought was a private conversation. *points and laughs*

Gawd, I thought I was watching an episode of the Boondocks!

Let’s just hope the LAPD doesn’t get wind of this… they may start to use that word next! *GASP*

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