27 July 2019 | angelondeck
Naked, raw and informative.
Never watched their show, The Bounty Hunter, (I saw some previews and things and decided it wasn't for me). But when I read Beth Chapman had died, and saw the love from her fans, I looked into her illness and found Dog and Beth:The Fight of Their Lives.
I was torn about how I felt about this couple, and this documentary, to be honest.
They come off as somewhat narcissistic, and their interaction with their children support that. However, their love for one another was moving and genuine.
I was impressed that they chose to show us the stark realities they were dealing with, In their own way, as they grappled with the deadliest predator anyone could ever encounter. Cancer.
That Beth allowed us to take this terrifying, unattractive, vulnerable journey with her, through her diagnosis, treatment decisions ect... and bare it all, from the cat scans, surgery, to the scars, the fears and the tears... The courage and preparation needed to face the ultimate outlaw...was impressive.
I am sorry she ultimately lost her battle with cancer. I can only imagine how her husband, Dog, The Bounty Hunter, feels knowing that his greatest hunt, the hunt for the cure, was beyond his capabilities. RIP Beth Chapman.