*Duane "Dog" Chapman continues his tail-between-the-legs apology tour for saying the N-word repeatedly during a phone call to his son that leaked to the public.Related Videos:
"I've been here several times [before]; tonight it felt like I was coming to the electric chair," Chapman, 54, told CNN's Larry King Wednesday night.
Chapman, who visited FOX News' Hannity & Colmes one night earlier, said, "I need to get a greater vocabulary than what I have and when I get mad and my brain searches for a word. I have to find different words and to do that you need to have more of an education."
The bounty hunter told King he left school after the 7th grade. Later in the broadcast, Chapman listened and winced when King played the tape of his N-word-laced phone conversation.
"Every country, every station [has this]. I'm getting flogged," he said.
As for the fate of his A&E reality show "Dog the Bounty Hunter," which the network suspended last week, Chapman says: "I'm in the judgment seat now. It's up to America."
*Meanwhile the person who could end up being Chapman's future daughter-in-law, Monique Shinnery, has told the Natiional Enquirer that she intends on suing the now infamous bounty hunter for slander. She, of course, was the object of Dog's racial epithets. "I want justice," says Shinnery. "He has slandered me, stated that I have bad character and repeatedly lied about me on national television."
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