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Old 02-18-2008, 12:39 PM   #61
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Also from at least one of the guys who started Cops is a series called Jail. Also amusing.
This past week, the new episode of "Jail" had a segment in Vegas and was of OJ's rearrest. Pretty interesting.
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Old 02-18-2008, 12:46 PM   #62
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Dude I LOVE Cops. I have so many favorites I can't even begin recount them all... but here are a few good ones (that have made me the man I am today)
-Arizona Cop chases suspect off road and sets his own Police Cruiser ablaze, cruiser explodes and suspect escapes
-Insane guy with the insects stolen from a museum "You are going to hurt my little animals"
-Domestic dispute that ends in cheese being forced into the females mouth and forcing her dentures out the 5th story window. Charges are dropped and Police spend 1 hour searching for dentures

Of course nothing tops this drunk dude tagging a parked car
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Old 02-18-2008, 01:05 PM   #63
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Of course nothing tops this drunk dude tagging a parked car
That was hilarious, but it wasn't COPS. I recognized the voice of the announcer (how sad is that?). His name escapes me right now, but he used to be a Sheriff and does a show mostly from dashboard cams. It airs on cable, but i don't remember if it is on FX or Spike.
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Old 02-18-2008, 01:07 PM   #64
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That was hilarious, but it wasn't COPS. I recognized the voice of the announcer (how sad is that?). His name escapes me right now, but he used to be a Sheriff and does a show mostly from dashboard cams. It airs on cable, but i don't remember if it is on FX or Spike.
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Old 02-18-2008, 01:37 PM   #65
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Thank you. That's the guy. Who knew he has his own video game? http://www.funny-games.biz/fugitivetakedown.html

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Old 02-18-2008, 01:45 PM   #66
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That was hilarious, but it wasn't COPS. I recognized the voice of the announcer (how sad is that?). His name escapes me right now, but he used to be a Sheriff and does a show mostly from dashboard cams. It airs on cable, but i don't remember if it is on FX or Spike.
Yeah I know that.
John Bunnell however WAS a cameo on COPS a lot. But he is known for World Wildest... I think
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last year (on courtv i think) they had wildest parties with the cops patrolling party areas like lakes used for those 'special' events. tons of drunk idiots there and a few bikinis too.
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Old 02-19-2008, 07:22 AM   #68
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I loved the segment from California in this weeks show where two car theives bailed from a stolen car after a chase. When the camera first picked up one of the thieves, he was laying by himself on the grass, on his stomach with his arms stretched out to the side. No cops near him. Then about 5 cop jumped on him and started yelling "Quit resisting".
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Old 02-19-2008, 09:06 AM   #69
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Even the guy that got covered in flour when he had a fight with his wife?

That's one of my all time favorite segments! IIRC it wasn't just flour, they practically emptied their pantry throwing food at each other...flour, eggs, jelly...
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Loved tonight's episodes. First, guy crashes after chase, airbag deployed, etc. They throw him out of the car and he "acts" unconscious. Second, guy gets busted for having crack in his wallet while wearing a t-shirt that says "I don't look for trouble, it finds me."
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Old 02-23-2008, 09:09 PM   #71
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Loved tonight's episodes. First, guy crashes after chase, airbag deployed, etc. They throw him out of the car and he "acts" unconscious. Second, guy gets busted for having crack in his wallet while wearing a t-shirt that says "I don't look for trouble, it finds me."
Holy crap That dude hit the car in the quick trip?! Some dude pumping gas went flying
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Old 02-24-2008, 01:40 AM   #72
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Thumbs up Cops

One episode that had me ROFL was with the little person in Vegas.
Highlight was the guy tried to climb a light pole to get away from the cop, but the whole segment was amusing.

Another thing about Cops...pay attention, and you can learn how to NOT get busted.
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Old 02-24-2008, 12:42 PM   #73
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One episode that had me ROFL was with the little person in Vegas.
Highlight was the guy tried to climb a light pole to get away from the cop, but the whole segment was amusing.

Another thing about Cops...pay attention, and you can learn how to NOT get busted.
One yeah, he was one funny little person! Doing the back handsprings down Las Vegas Blvd...
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Old 02-24-2008, 01:13 PM   #74
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Loved tonight's episodes. First, guy crashes after chase, airbag deployed, etc. They throw him out of the car and he "acts" unconscious. Second, guy gets busted for having crack in his wallet while wearing a t-shirt that says "I don't look for trouble, it finds me."
Just watched the second ep with that dude wearing the shirt. I love Uncle Jean's 'how'd that rock get into my wallet' act. And the other dude's righteous indignation "I can't believe this... man this is unbelievable"
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I guess we've all learned a valuable lesson from Harold. Clean you wallet out daily. You just never know if someone is stashing their stash behind your SS card.

Edited to correct the perp's name. The perp in the picture is Harold. The confusion came about because they were riding in mini van that belonged to the driver's Uncle Gene.

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Old 02-24-2008, 06:54 PM   #76
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I guess we've all learned a valuable lesson from Uncle Gene. Clean you wallet out daily. You just never know if someone is stashing their stash behind your SS card.
wouldn't you know it he just quit drinkin and druggin... and some joker sticks a dimebag of crack in his wallet
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Old 02-24-2008, 08:20 PM   #77
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COPS: Does TV get any better than this?
I just love this show. I always have a few episodes recorded on TiVo for a time killer. Just love seeing trash busted.
Surely you jest?
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Nope.
That's just sad....sorry....the show is just pathetic IMO.
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That's just sad....sorry....the show is just pathetic IMO.
I'm glad you shared that information with us. I'm sure we will all change our minds now, and the show will be cancelled.
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Old 04-10-2008, 11:29 AM   #81
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I watched an old COPS episode (1996) from Kansas City last night.

Guy picked up a street walker (she was fugly) and the cop caught them in the act.

The problem was the man was on a "check run" for his wife's business. It was a very big deal so the cop let him call his wife on the cell phone to tell her she would have to make the "check run". Why? "Honey. Uhh, maybe I shouldn't call you that. I've just been arrested...... ah, prostitution." He puts the phone down and says to the Cop "she hung up".

God, I felt a little (just a little) sorry for the guy. The prostitute was really ugly and he admitted to the cop he wasn't using a condom.

I just kept thinking how ugly this guy's wife must be.
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Old 04-10-2008, 12:52 PM   #82
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After listening to the perps on Cops you might almost think there's an instructional course offered named "So You Want To Be On Cops"...

Instructor: Repeat after me "What'd I do?"
Class in unison: "What'd I do?"
Instructor: Very good, now "That's not my crack pipe."
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I watched an old COPS episode (1996) from Kansas City last night.

Guy picked up a street walker (she was fugly) and the cop caught them in the act.


i think i remember that! was it a minivan under a bridge or near a bridge? He was really worried about that check run.
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Gotta luv COPS.
I'd forgotten about it (not a big TV watcher). Thanks to 'youse guys' I'll look for it.
Ever notice how many perps aren't wearing shirts?
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i've never seen COPS in snowy weather or really cold climates..
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i've never seen COPS in snowy weather or really cold climates..
Too rough on the camera guy who has to run behind the foot chases lugging heavy equipment?
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They've been in Anchorage a few times, IIRC.
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They've been in Anchorage a few times, IIRC.
Yes, but in summer time.

I've been a fan of Cops, and probably seen every episode, with re-runs to re-catch things, and all, since its first season.

I can't remember any episode segment with snow on the ground.
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Yes, but in summer time.

I've been a fan of Cops, and probably seen every episode, with re-runs to re-catch things, and all, since its first season.

I can't remember any episode segment with snow on the ground.
Requirement #1 for being on COPS is not to be wearing a shirt. If it gets too cold, you can't do that.
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i think i remember that! was it a minivan under a bridge or near a bridge? He was really worried about that check run.
Yes. It might have been a minivan or SUV. But what struck me is the guy seemed about 60, fairly bright, clean-cut, and well dressed. And his wife apparently had her own business. So, this guy decides to pick up a crack whore with missing teeth and scabs on her arm, and not for a BJ. He was in there and not even using a condom. Seriously, I was shocked. I can't imagine. Then, he apparently even signed the release.
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