Garry Boy's morning is spent, with Beth's help, honing his bounty hunting skills. Beth explains that the Chapman household is a bit like a camp for future bounty hunters, and, since Garry is only four-years-old, the emphasis is on future. This is especially true for today's bounty Joseph. Weighting over 200lbs and standing over six feet tall, this bust could turn ugly fast. Before they set out they all say a prayer, including Garry. When the team climbs into their cars they find the pint-sized bounty hunter hiding inside. Garry's participation in this bounty is resolved when his Uncle Duane Lee takes him kicking and screaming back into the house. The crew has a stop to make before they get down to business; they've volunteered to visit a local high school to give a lecture about the dangers of drugs. Their message is simple, using drugs leads to jail, and jail is a place you never want to be. Later, using deception and guile they get the address of Joseph's house, and after a phone call confirms that he's there, they head out. Unfortunately, what they soon learn is that, where they are in Hawaii, roads are rarely marked and few houses are numbered. The hunting is equal parts funny and frustrating. As tempers flare, the sun goes down and every trick in Dog's bounty hunting book seems to come up short. Finally with the aid of a UPS driver and a local admirer, Dog and his team capture their prey.