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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by janry, Jul 25, 2007.
Both episodes were new.
OK then that explains why I never saw it The second episode is usually a repeat, and I've missed an epiosde or two this season.
He fulfilled the "confused" quotient of the evenings episode title
Due to storm coverage our local Fox channel didn't show the first segment of the first show. Did I miss anything good?
The guy falling over after being tazed was amazing. What a good fall!
I think they said that they thought the car was starting to smoke and were afraid it was going to explode.
did you see smoke? or were they just looking for an excuse to drag the guy?
yes.. there was smoke
That's the one that Neenahboy was referring to. Not all that exciting or amusing, unless you are easily entertained by stupid drunk people.
There was smoke, but it was more of a whitish smoke, probably from the car overheating after it lost all of its coolant. If it was catching fire, you'd know it right away.
I am indeed entertained by them, as long as it's not them in my house!
watching guys like the one at the restaurant just is a sad thing to me
We did too!
The K-9 in the first segment of tonight's episode had him a nice rump roast.
Are you talking about the guy they found hiding under the Mustang in the carport? The dog never bit him, and it was another officer (non K-9) who actually found him first.
I can't remember the last time I saw an actual K-9 bite on COPS. OTOH, if you want to see those, look for "K-9 Cops" on Animal Planet. They seem to have at least one per episode.
No, he's referring to the knucklehead who ran through several backyards and hopped a fence. The first officer on scene was a K-9, and the suspect got bit on his thigh. Thereafter, he screamed, "Ow, sir, my leg! It hurts, man!"
I bet it did, too. That dog was doin' some chewin'.
He was such a whiner. He kept crying that he couldn't walk, and the cop told him he wasn't going to carry him. lol
No one's checked in for a while.
I thought we were going to have the second televised shooting on Cops tonight. Don't think I've ever seen an episode where the cameraman's had to help restrain a suspect.
And just when I thought it couldn't get any better, along comes the hysterical dog lady. Wow.
I guess I shouldn't be surprised that a woman would actually take a dog from someone else in the manner she did. I can understand why her husband might leave a person that obsessed over a dog that she would spend the kind of money she did then go take one thinking it is hers.
Then you have the drunk guy running from the cop, flipping the car, trapping his buddy then saying someone else was driving even though he had injuries matching the damage.
I've never seen a cop car with the hard plastic seats. Is that something that most areas have now?
Anybody else notice that COPS seems to have 90%+ of their segments in Las Vegas, Florida, or SoCal now? I guess they just follow the crazy.
Many departments are using the hard plastic molded seats now. The main purpose of those seats is to keep suspects from hiding evidence between the cushions of the standard seat. It also helps to restrain the suspect by not giving them much wiggle room.