Despite her most cancers worsening, Beth Chapman maintains a constructive and optimistic perspective on the Oct. 30 episode of ‘Dog’s Most Wanted.’ Sadly, on the time, she didn’t know her days have been numbered.
The Oct. 30 episode of Dog’s Most Wanted was filmed again in June, simply days earlier than Beth Chapman sadly succumbed to her stage IV throat most cancers. However, she nonetheless joins her husband, Dog The Bounty Hunter, and the remainder of the crew on an intense hunt in Colorado. It’s one of many longest hunts in Dog’s profession, however lastly, they catch their suspect and produce him in alive. At the top of the episode, the group unites for a household meal, and Beth makes it clear that she’s nonetheless conserving a constructive perspective, regardless of her worsening sickness.
“We love coming out here and catching bad guys, but really, we just love being together,” Beth says. “Bottom line. We get to all travel together with our families. We eat together, we play together, we travel together. You have to have those moments when you’re just living in the now.” Dog can also be staying constructive about Beth’s situation — particularly since he notices how a lot CBD appears to be serving to her (Dog was extraordinarily vocal about how he didn’t need Beth to be on chemotherapy anymore, and earlier this season, she agreed to cease the remedies and take CBD as an alternative).
“I notice that Beth can eat a little bit, she can breathe a little more. I see that this is working,” Dog exclaims. “I saw the chemo almost kill her. But she gets feeling bad and it’s like…maybe I shoul go back to chemo. But I finally understand — some days there’s good days and some days there’s bad days. I see the CBD oil working on her.”
He additionally explains why he refuses to speak in regards to the risk that Beth might be gone sometime. “With Beth, what I’ve noticed, is that she’s fighting a terminal disease, and I think she did a fantastic job in the field,” Dog says. “The more that we don’t talk about it, the more that we talk about something good, it seems like the better she feels. Her mind is away from the cancer. So I’m very proud. I’m not going to think about Beth never being there, because she’ll always be there. I’m not going to talk about ‘what if’ with Beth.”
Beth sadly died on June 26 after being rushed to the hospital and positioned in a medically-induced coma. Her last days will proceed to play out on the finale of Dog’s Most Wanted, which airs on Nov. 6 at 9:00 p.m. on WGN.