Since Dog knows he can't hunt bounty for the rest of his life he wants to try his hand at coaching. Under the guise of having a sore throat, Dog and Beth take the day off and have the team, lead by Tim and Leland, track the fugitive, Emmanuel. It's a complicated case. The word on the street is that Emmanuel has terminal cancer, and with a no-bond/no-bail warrant over his head he's got nothing to lose by running. Although Dog's optimistic that the team can pull it off with a little advise from him, Beth believes that without her or the Dog on the ground it'll be the blind leading the blind. The boys start the day bragging that they will show Dog and Beth how to hunt bounty and at first it appears they may be right. But after their planned arrest-by-appointment sting hits a snag, Emmanuel proves more elusive then they expected. As the case gets more and more dicey they increasingly turn to Dog for guidance. Finally, there's a break when Leland gets a call from Emmanuel. With Dog also on the line they discover that the solution will have to involve one of the team hiding in the parent's house, Emmanuel's sisters and brothers and a long conversation between Dog and the fugitive's lawyer. With the case resolved and the boys heading home, Beth goes to bed. Dog waits up. All in all coaching is fine for Dog but what he really loves is the hunt.
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