Well look what the cat might not have to drag in after all.
Randy and Evi Quaid have posted bond and there is no longer an outstanding warrant for their arrest on charges of bailing on a $10,000 hotel bill, according to the Santa Barbara District Attorney's Office.
"If they don't show up to court, a bounty hunter will go and get them," Deputy D.A. Lee Carter joked to People.
The couple had posted bail of $20,000 apiece after being arrested in Marfa, Texas, but they were required to pay the same amount in California, where the alleged defrauding of an innkeeper took place.
In total, they've skipped four opportunities to appear before a judge.
Carter started extradition proceedings after the Quaids failed to show up for court a second time and the judge refused to put their case back on the schedule until they had posted bond—which was going to happen one way or another, voluntarily or not.
The Kingpin star and his wife are due to be arraigned Dec. 15 on misdemeanor charges of burglary, conspiracy and the ever-quaint defrauding an innkeeper.
Silly wabbits, tricks are for kids—like the ones in our Famous Families gallery.