Dukesfest, the ultimate event for the ultimate Dukes fans. This feature from the Season 2 DVD set includes: 1. Welcome to Dukesfest 2. Dukesfest: The Event 3. The Charge of the General Lees 4. The Show Down 5. The Stunt Show 6. Music and Memories
2: Dukes Vision
Dukes Vision is a visual commentary with John Schneider (Bo), Catherine Bach (Daisy) and Tom Wopat (Luke). The three watch and discuss the fifth episode from the third season, "And in this Corner, Luke Duke"
3: Dukes Family Tree
Dukes Family Tree is a feature from the season 3 DVD set, featuring creator Gy Waldron
4: Bo, Luke and Daisy: Just Good Ole' Friends
Three great friends got together in New York City for a little fun and a while lot of reminiscing. Bo, Luke and Daisy: Just Good Ole' Friends is a feature from the season 3 DVD set.
5: Building the Legend: The Dukes Story
The cast and crew take an inside look at what made The Dukes of Hazzard such a smash hit. This feature is from the season 4 DVD set.
6: Hazzard County Stunt Team: Reunited and in Your Face!
Director and Stunt Coordinator Paul Baxley, along with the Stunt Team of Al Wyatt Jr, Tom Sarmento, Gary Baxley, Henry Kingi and Christine Baur, get together and discuss the amazing stunts throughout The Dukes of Hazzard series. This feature is from the season 5 DVDs.
7: Cooter's Place: Keeping the Dream Alive
Ben Jones (Cooter) gives a tour of Cooter's Place, a museum of all thing related to The Dukes of Hazzard. Cooter's Place is located in Gatlinburg, Tnnessee at the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This feature was on the season 5 DVDs.
8: General Lee: The Legendary Charger
The History and Design of the Awesome Automobile
9: Remembering the Outlaw: A Tribute to Waylon Jennings
10: Making of the Music Video
11: All-New Good Ol' Boys Music Video
14: John Schneider and Tom Wopat Screen Tests
15: 20th Anniversary Hazzard County BBQ
Documentary including John Schneider, Catherine Bach, James Best and many other cast and crew members
16: Dukes Driving 101: A High-Octane Salute
Featurette including interviews with professional racecar drivers
17: Dukesfest Extra
Sonny Shroyer (Enos), Ben Jones (Cooter), James Best (Rosco), Rick Hurst (Cletus) and Catherine Bach (Daisy) on stage at Dukesfest. This feature is hidden on the season 2 DVDs and is not included in the main Dukesfest feature.
18: Dukes Vision (audio commentary only)
19: Back Where We Started: The Real Hazzard County
Ben "Cooter" Jones and Sonny "Enos" Shroyer tour the original Hazzard County. Stops include the Holiday Inn where the cast originally met to read the first episode, the Covington, Georgia "Town Square", the Newton County Courthouse, Oxford College of Emory University, and the Boars Nest (which is now under new management). This feature is from the Season 6 DVDs.
Friday, April 25th, 1997
Bo, Luke, and Daisy return home to Hazzard County from their various occupations to try to save Hazzard Swamp and Uncle Jesse's farm from being swallowed up by crooked land developer Mama Max who wants to put in a theme park. In order to do this the boys have to dust off the General Lee and compete in a cross-country race against the only car to ever defeat the General.
Friday, May 19th, 2000
13: Hazzard in Hollywood
Bo, Luke, Daisy, Rosco, Cletus, and Cooter travel to Hollywood to sell some musical recordings in order to raise money to build a new hospital in Hazzard County. However, when their recordings and money are stolen, they wind up on the run from mysterious hit men, sleazy record producers, Russian gangsters, and vicious loan sharks.
Friday, August 5th, 2005
21: The Dukes of Hazzard
Cousins Bo (Seann William Scott), Luke (Johnny Knoxville), and Daisy Duke (Jessica Simpson) run a moonshine business for their Uncle Jesse (Willie Nelson) in the fictional Hazzard County, Georgia. The cousins' primary mode of transportation is an orange 1969 Dodge Charger that the boys affectionately refer to as 'The General Lee'. Along the way, the family is tormented by corrupt Hazzard County Commissioner Jefferson Davis Hogg, widely known as "Boss Hogg" (Burt Reynolds), and his willing but dimwitted henchman, Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane (M.C. Gainey). After Rosco has the General Lee wrecked during Bo's attempt at winning his fifth consecutive local road rally, Billy Prickett (James Roday), a famous stock-car driver, enters Hazzard to participate in the rally. Meanwhile, Rosco plants a fake moonshine still ("'cause he's too dumb to find the real one") in Uncle Jesse's barn and seizes the Duke property in the interest of eminent domain for Boss Hogg, forcing the family to temporarily reside with neighbor and Uncle Jesse's love-interest, Pauline (Lynda Carter). Pauline informs the Dukes that Rosco seized another farm on charges so Bo and Luke investigate a local construction site and find geologic core samples with the help of bait-shop owner Sheev (Kevin Heffernan). Meanwhile, Coltrane makes arrangements to seize the General Lee as "evidence" from the local auto body shop run by the Dukes' friend Cooter (David Koechner), who instead turns the car into a hot-rod and applies a new paint job and horn, in return for finally getting payment for all the work he has done ("...'cause that's how this works...") for the boys in the past. After retrieving the General Lee before Rosco can, the Dukes go to Atlanta to visit a local university geology lab, meeting up with Katie-Lynn Johnson (Nikki Griffin), a Hazzard county girl and the Dukes' love interest, and her Australian roommate Annette (Jacqui Maxwell). At the lab, they discover Boss Hogg's intentions of turning the county into a strip coalmine. They are later arrested by Atlanta Police after running from campus police. Back in Hazzard, Daisy learns, with the help of Sheriff Deputy Enos Strate (Michael Weston), that Billy Prickett has been hired by Boss Hogg to participate in the Rally as a ringer. Boss Hogg then heads to Atlanta where he informs the Duke boys, in lock-up, that they are too late to stop him and reveals that the vote on Hogg's proposition is at the same time as the rally, explaining Billy Prickett's involvement. During a transfer from detainment, Daisy helps the boys escape from the patrol car and they speed home to try to inform the townsfolk, escaping Atlanta Police, and the Georgia State Patrol after Bo out-maneuvers the city cops. Upon returning home, the Dukes discover that Rosco has taken Uncle Jesse and Pauline hostage, an obvious trap for the boys, and that Billy is in on the scheme because he's ashamed of the town's low status. The two race to the farmhouse to cause a distraction to the waiting Hazzard County Sheriff's Deputies and Georgia State Troopers while Daisy and Cooter rescue Jesse and Pauline. Meanwhile, the college girls head to the rally with Sheev to inform the townsfolk about the vote on the strip-mining ordinance. Because of Sheev's armadillo hat and lack of pants, no one listens, so Bo leaves for the rally while Luke and Jesse team up to foil the county and state police who are chasing Bo, interfering with the race. Upon crossing the finish line first, before Billy, the two continue racing back and forth all the way into town, leading the townsfolk to the courthouse just in time to vote against Boss Hogg's proposed ordinance. At the courthouse, Daisy takes advantage of the governor of Georgia's presence and TV cameras to convince him into pardoning the boys, so Uncle Jesse takes the opportunity to knock out Boss Hogg and gets a pardon for assaulting a county commissioner at the same time. The final scene shows a cook-out at the Dukes' house where Pauline convinces Uncle Jesse, who could not be found because he was "using the meat smoker," to get up and play the television series' main theme. Bo and Luke are romantically involved with the girls in the General Lee when they are caught by Luke's other love-interest Laurie Pullman (Alice Greczyn) from the intro of the film, who proceeds to chase them with a shotgun as they drive away.
Sunday, March 4th, 2007
20: The Beginning
Sunday, March 4th, 2007
22: The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning
Hazzard County's two rowdiest siblings are back and stirring up more mischief than ever in this prequel to the 2005 comedy adventure that explores the origins of the General Lee while finding out just how Bo (Jonathan Bennett) and Luke Duke (Randy Wayne) first incurred the wrath of bumbling greedy businessman Boss Hogg (Christopher McDonald). Hogg is set to foreclose on Uncle Jesse's (Willie Nelson) farm, and in order to save their crusty kin from financial ruin Bo and Luke agree to deliver his potent brand of moonshine to Hazzard County's thirstiest residents. Unfortunately for Bo and Luke, the nefarious Boss Hogg doesn't take kindly to the newly arrived competition. Subsequently thrown in jail and sentenced to sweat out the remainder of the summer on work detail, the crafty Duke boys enlist the aid of sexy cousin Daisy (April Scott) in outrunning the car with the star and making Boss Hogg's life unbearable through a series of outrageous schemes.
Friday, January 26th, 1979
1: One Armed Bandits
Sherrif Coltrane is hissier than a sack of rattlesnakes! He sets up a slot machine operation to fund his election, but a pair of two-armed bandits - Bo and Luke - find a way to give the proceeds to charity.
Friday, February 2nd, 1979
2: Daisy's Song
What kind of music-publishing outfit would bilk Daisy out of $50? Well, here's a hint, Dukesters: where there's corruption, there's Boss Hogg. And this time, the FBI is keeping an eye on the scam!
Friday, February 9th, 1979
3: Mary Kaye's Baby
Bo and Luke are unaware that 1) the borrowed car they're driving is loaded with moonshine and 2) the pregnant hitchhiker they've picked up is carrying over $100,000 in stolen mob loot.
Friday, February 16th, 1979
4: Repo Men
The car's a wreck. But the engine's a honey, and Bo and Luke have to have it. So they make a deal with a car dealer who's as crooked as a switchback trail and whose scheme could land them behind bars.
Friday, February 23rd, 1979
5: High Octane
Will a batch of kick-tail gasoline solve the nation's fuel crisis? Uncle Jesse fires up the moonshine still for a patriotic cause. And a lovely female revenue agent fires up Bo's dancin'-and-romancin' flames.
Friday, March 9th, 1979
6: Swamp Molly
Way back in the '30s, Molly sprang Uncle Jesse out of a heap of trouble with the Feds. Now she wants to make one last moonshine run... and she wants Jesse and the other Dukes to help.
Friday, March 16th, 1979
7: Luke's Love Story
Luke's rival in Hazzard's stock car derby has million-dollar legs and a lead foot... and she's got his heart revved up. Boss Hogg worries about reclaiming the derby trophy because his moma's ashes are inside it.
Friday, March 30th, 1979
8: The Big Heist
Bo and Luke robbers? That accusation is like going to church shirtless. It don't feel right! But if the Dukes didn't pull off the heist, who was in the General Lee when it roared away from the crime scene?
Friday, April 6th, 1979
9: Limo One is Missing
Leave it to Cooter to drive everyone wild. When government agents driving the U.S. President's limo through Hazzard stop at the Boar's Nest, Cooter hot-wires the vehicle and sets out on a joy ride.
Friday, April 13th, 1979
10: Deputy Dukes
There ought to be a law. Instead, there's Bo and Luke. They've been deputized and sent to Springfield to retrieve a prisoner. One detail the boys aren't told: the prisoner is notorious Public Enemy #1!
Friday, April 20th, 1979
11: Money to Burn
The government was going to burn the cash anyway, so who'd miss a cool million in ragged bills? Besides, Boss Hogg has masterminded his scheme so that Bo and Luke are the fall guys.
Friday, May 4th, 1979
12: Route 7-11
The rig is rigged! Bo and Luke become drivers of an 18-wheeler, not knowing that the trailer is a rolling gambling casino and that its games aren't on the level.
Friday, May 11th, 1979
13: Double Sting
A fine mess they've gotten into this time! After a health quarantine confines the Duke men and the police to the jailhouse, only Daisy is left to pursue bank robbers who disguise themselves as Laurel and Hardy.
Friday, September 21st, 1979
1: Days of Shine and Roses
After seeing an old film of when Boss Hogg and Uncle Jesse were in the Ridge runners Association running moonshine, An argument of who was the better moonshiner around causes Boss and Jesse to declare a grudge race to determine who is the best. Boss Hogg however, doesn't believe in fair play and must win no matter what.
Friday, September 28th, 1979
2: Gold Fever
A group of Texas con artists bring $3 million in fake gold bars to Hazzard and store it in Boss' bank. But Bo and Luke are framed for the robbery of the gold committed by the con artists to collect insurance from Boss.
Friday, October 5th, 1979
3: The Rustlers
Bo and Luke visit the Tolliver farm and discover that their horse can run very fast. Rosco also sees it too and when he notifies Boss Hogg, He schemes to steal the horse to race in the Mrs. J.D. Hogg's stake race and pin it on the Dukes. But a group of crooked horse ranchers have their own plans to steal the horse from Boss Hogg.
Friday, October 12th, 1979
4: The Meeting
Boss Hogg rents the Hazzard jail out for $10,000 to an old friend, Black Jack Bender and a group of syndicate kingpins where the hold a conspiracy meeting. When Bo and Luke find a lot of artillery in their cars, they get suspicious and investigate and find them out. But they must get to a phone and call the FBI before they get to them.
Friday, October 19th, 1979
5: Road Pirates
Boss Hogg buys $10,000 in stolen TV sets but the buyer Marty Garbade hijacks the truck delivering the stolen goods. A mistake by the driver frames Bo, Luke and Cletus for the robbery.
Friday, October 26th, 1979
6: The Ghost of General Lee
The General Lee is stolen by two pool hustlers who drive it into the pond while being chased by Rosco. Unaware that it wasn't Bo and Luke driving it, he thinks Bo and Luke drowned. Boss Hogg schemes to claim they stole his genuine gold watch and chain and when Bo and Luke hear of this, they figure the only way to prove their innocence is to haunt Boss and Rosco by making the General Lee look like a ghost.
Friday, November 2nd, 1979
7: Dukes Meet Cale Yarborough
Bo and Luke find Cale Yarborough is testing a new secret turbo charger and bring him to Hazzard County to get his car serviced by Cooter. But Boss find out about Cale being in town and frames Bo and Luke for crossing the state line and works with Cale's opponents, The Jethro Brothers to scheme to steal Cale's turbo-charger.
Friday, November 9th, 1979
8: Hazzard Connection
Bo and Luke are suspected of running a smuggling ring when they deliver cars to Augie Detwiler - the owner of the derby in town, but when they are told about the smuggling, they decide to investigate by joining the derby.
Friday, November 16th, 1979
9: Witness for the Persecution
Boss Hogg is an important goverment witness against one of the biggest racketeers in the south. But the racketeer has posted hitmen out to prevent Boss' testimony so Jesse offers the FBI to shelter him until the time comes for him to testify.
Friday, November 23rd, 1979
10: Granny Annie
Bo and Luke are given counterfeit money from Granny Annie, the local artist. They investigate to find out where it came from but it turns out to be her. Boss Hogg finds out and wants the engraving plates that make the bills, so he can sell them to big-time counterfeiter Big Jim Downey. But when the Dukes try to retrieve the engraving plates by taking them behind Downey's back, their trickery could have deadly consequences -- and let's just say it would not be a good death -- for Boss. The Oak Ridge Boys perform "Old Time Lovin'" at the Boar's Nest.
Friday, November 30th, 1979
11: People's Choice
Bo and Luke become campaign managers to the gorgeous T.C. Rogers, who is running against Boss Hogg for Supervisory Administrator. But Boss Hogg will not stand to lose, so he pull out every dirty trick in the book to see that he wins. But the Dukes know how to fight the system - even for other people.
Friday, December 14th, 1979
12: Arrest Jesse Duke
Jesse is arrested for car-stripping when he was seen at the scene of the crime by a motorist while the real strippers are a group of females that are tied up with Boss Hogg who doesn't want the temporary sheriff - his nephew Hughie Hogg - to find out about it.
Friday, January 4th, 1980
13: Duke of Duke
Gaylord Duke, the Dukes' cousin from London, England comes to Hazzard to claim a property that was willed to him, but the property has back taxes owed on it, which Boss Hogg is planning to buy for nothing at an auction.
Friday, January 11th, 1980
14: The Runaway
The Dukes help an eloping heiress escape from her irate big shot daddy's henchmen to bring her to her fiancÃ© to get her across the county line to get married. But her daddy wants her back and will stop at nothing - even kidnapping Uncle Jesse.
Friday, January 18th, 1980
15: Follow That Still
The Dukes help Hard Luck Jones, an old moonshiner get away from the revenuers until her builds a still on the Dukes' property inside an armored personal carrier that he stole from Boss Hogg, carrying contraband cigarettes, and has a mechanical problem.
Friday, January 25th, 1980
16: Treasure of Hazzard
The Dukes help a history professor find a Civil War strongbox buried in Hazzard County that contains a regimental payroll. But Boss Hogg and a couple of thugs are after it too.
Friday, February 1st, 1980
17: Officer Daisy Duke
When Luke gets Daisy fired from the Boar's Nest, The new sheriff, Grady Byrd gives Daisy a written and physical test which she passes and becomes a deputy sheriff. But Bo and Luke interfere with her work and try and do everything for her.
Friday, February 8th, 1980
18: Find Loretta Lynn
When Loretta Lynn detours through Hazzard County, she stops at the Boar's Nest where she is kidnapped by a trio mini-band who demand $1136.15 ransom.
Friday, February 15th, 1980
19: Jude Emery
Bo and Luke help Jude Emery, a Texas Ranger find a contraband varmint in a big swamp but it gets hard when they decide to play along with the varmint's game.
Friday, February 22nd, 1980
20: Return of the Ridge Raiders
The Ridge Raiders reunite to stop Boss Hogg from embezzling the money for the senior-citizens center to build a "Play Pen" girlie-joint by using bombs on his stills, properties etc. But Jesse tries to convince them to fight it the legal way.
Friday, February 29th, 1980
21: Mason Dixon's Girls
Bo and Luke accidentally pick up a crate of marijuana at the bus depot and end up on the run - But Mason Dixon, a private detective and his two sexy associates are on to the Dukes but end up working together to stop a drug-smuggling ring.
Friday, March 14th, 1980
22: R.I.P. Henry Flatt
Henry Flatt, a con man who faked his death a year ago show up and the Dukes try to help him with his problem: Boss Hogg is planning on plowing up an old vetran's cemetary to build a new highway - that would also reveal that Henry was never dead.
Friday, March 21st, 1980
23: Southern Comfurts
Jesse's cousin Holly Comfurt and her family suddenly strike it rich, but while in Hazzard, their car gets stolen with all of their money in the trunk. So the search is on to find the car before the thief finds the money.
Tuesday, September 16th, 1980
1: Carnival of Thrills (1)
When the Dukes go see a stunt show called "Carnival of Thrills", the star of the show is injured while trying to jump a car over 32-parked cars. When the carnival owner, Diane Benson holds a prize race, she offers Bo the star position and he accepts after she makes a play for him.
Tuesday, September 16th, 1980
2: Carnival of Thrills (2)
After a fight between Bo and Luke breaks out, Bo leaves the farm for the carnival and prepares for the jump. But Luke, Daisy and Jesse are determined to stop him but they receive some shocking news about the carnival from an insurance investigator named Zimbra.
Wednesday, November 5th, 1980
3: Enos Strate to the Top
After taking a snapshot of Uncle Jesse in Atlanta, she got two bank robbers in the shot who kidnap her in exchange for the photographs. Meanwhile, Enos - against Rosco's orders - helps the Dukes rescue Daisy and eventually, he is offered a job with the Los Angeles Police that he has always wanted.
Friday, November 7th, 1980
4: The Hazzardville Horror
A pair of thieves rob all of Boss Hogg's silver at the Boar's Nest and stash it at Hazzard's haunted house - which the gorgeous Mary Lou Pringle inherited and is trying to sell. But to keep her away from the loot, the silver thieves rig a bunch of horror to scare her away along with the Dukes - who are accused of the silver theft. Tammy Wynette performs "Rocky Top" at the Boar's Nest.
Friday, November 14th, 1980
5: And in This Corner, Luke Duke
After Luke broke an expensive mirror of Boss Hogg's, Jesse may be forced to sell the farm to pay for it unless Luke fights Catfish Lee - managed by crooked promoters - in a boxing match.
Friday, November 21st, 1980
6: The Late J.D. Hogg
Boss manages to foreclose on the Duke farm fair and square, no thanks to his idiot deputy cousin Cletus, and also has them arrested fair and square on a federal charge. But he gets news from his physician that he only has two weeks to live and the only way to save him from the devil is to perform good deeds until it's time.
Friday, November 28th, 1980
7: Uncle Boss
Boss Hogg unleashes his "secret weapon" against the Dukes: his college-educated nephew Hughie Hogg comes to Hazzard with some dirty tricks and schemes to frame Bo and Luke into prison. The episode contains an extensive demonstration of the then-new video cassette recording technology (which will be at the heart of Hughie's scheme to video-record the Dukes confronting Boss at the bank) ... which seems to be just the thing to finally put Bo and Luke away for good, but just be careful not to get the tape too close to Cooter's giant magnet.
Friday, December 5th, 1980
8: Baa, Baa, White Sheep
Boss Hogg's honest, rich twin brother Abe (also played by Sorrell Booke) comes to Hazzard for the ready of their great Aunt's will which entitles a piece of land to both of them but Boss had Abe declared legally dead years ago and sold the land.
Friday, December 12th, 1980
9: Mrs. Rosco P. Coltrane
After meeting a woman through a computer dating service, Rosco plans to get married and Boss Hogg plans for him to invite everyone in town to his wedding except the Duke - which makes them the only possible suspects for the bank robbery he's arranging to take place during the ceremony - Unaware that Rosco's fiancÃ© and her gang are planning a robbery of their own.
Friday, December 19th, 1980
10: The Great Santa Claus Chase
On Christmas Eve, Bo and Luke are hijacked when delivering a truckload of Christmas Trees to Hazzard and the rap fall right back on them.
Friday, January 2nd, 1981
11: Good Neighbors, Duke
The Dukes help their new neighbors - the Venables out of a jam when they are being chased by bounty hunters who think they know the location of a stolen $2 million ransom. Also, Boss Hogg thinks there is uranium in Hazzard. Hoyt Axton performs "Out-of-State-Cars" at the Boar's Nest.
Friday, January 9th, 1981
12: State of the County
A neighboring Boss, J.W. Hickman is trying to take over Hazzard, and Daisy gives a stranger named Earl into Hazzard to work for Cooter - and Daisy is sweet on him - not knowing that he's working for Hickman, setting off bombs near Boss Hogg. The Oak Ridge Boys perform at the Boar's Nest.
Friday, January 16th, 1981
13: The Legacy
A recently widowed old flame of Jesse's returns to Hazzard to claim an old debt owing to her late husband by Boss Hogg, but he refuses it. So she finds a legacy that the Dukes find in a mine under their property containing 9 full barrels of shine.
Friday, January 23rd, 1981
14: Duke vs. Duke
Hazzard's annual Hazzard Derby is on and while Cooter is injured trying to help the Dukes, Luke must race in his car while Bo is in the General Lee. However, All the entrants who signed the contracts didn't see the fine print about every loser will have to give up their cars to Boss Hogg, and Rosco's car can't lose with a tank of nitrous oxide in the engine. With a sure win, Boss bets with a big time Chickasaw bookie, Ma Harper.
Friday, January 30th, 1981
15: My Son, Bo Hogg
When Bo is on his way to go boar hunting, Rosco chases him but he has an accident and gets amnesia. Boss Hogg takes advantage of him by claiming to be his father so that Bo will make a moonshine delivery to a big buyer in Chickasaw County.
Friday, February 6th, 1981
16: To Catch a Duke
A pair of jewel thieves comes through Hazzard County and while confronted by Boss and Rosco, they make a getaway in the General Lee. This makes Boss think the Duke boys are a part of the gang and also, when the loot is found in Rosco's patrol car by Flash (who retrieved them), Rosco is fired when Boss thinks he's in on it too.
Friday, February 13th, 1981
17: Along Came a Duke
Boss throws a big celebration for Stonewall Jackson day so that he can steal the General Jackson historic sword and sell it to a big buyer and pin it on the Dukes. The Dukes' cousin Jeb Stuart joins the chase in this episode.
Friday, February 20th, 1981
18: By-Line, Daisy Duke
Boss Hogg hires a group of thieves that are stealing tractors from various farms in Hazzard County. While Daisy moonlights as a reporter at the Hazzard Gazette, Boss frames Bo and Luke for the thieves and sets it up so that Daisy's snapshot of the thieves are Bo and Luke. Dottie West performs at the Boar's Nest.
Friday, March 6th, 1981
19: The Return of Hughie Hogg
Boss calls his devious nephew Hughie Hogg back to Hazzard to get rid of the Dukes, and he frames Bo and Luke for possession of illegal moonshine. But he also manages to swindle his uncle Boss out of everything he owns when a phony IRS agent audits him.
Friday, March 13th, 1981
20: Bye, Bye, Boss
Digger Jackson, an escape convict is out to get Boss Hogg - whom he swore, a mortal revenge on. Also, the Dukes are accused of a robbery, committed by Jackson and when Boss is kidnapped for a ransom, nobody in Hazzard even wants to help get him back. Freddie Fender performs at the Boar's Nest.
Friday, March 27th, 1981
21: The Great Hazzard Hijack
Bo and Luke find part of a million dollar robbery that happened 5 years ago - and a flood washed the money away and the search is on when an old Marine buddy of Luke's comes to Hazzard to help the Dukes find the rest of the money.
Friday, April 3rd, 1981
22: The Hack of Hazzard
The Dukes cover for Miz Tisdale while she goes to visit her mama. Daisy and Jesse run the post office while Bo and Luke run the cab company. Bo and Luke end up giving a ride to a pair of crooks who stole a gold certificate and stash it in the back seat of the cab.
Friday, April 10th, 1981
23: The Canterbury Crock
Bo and Luke buy an old vase from a widow that turns out to be worth a fortune. And while it changes hands so much, a big time buyer will stop at nothing to get his hands on it.
Friday, October 9th, 1981
1: Mrs. Daisy Hogg
When Boss' rich, polite nephew Jamie Lee Hogg comes to Hazzard to buy off the grits mill, Daisy and him become sweet on each other and fall in love. However, Bo and Luke go to extremes to find something wrong with Jamie Lee who turns out to be a counterfeiter.
Friday, October 16th, 1981
2: Double Dukes
Boss hires two crooks to disguise as Bo and Luke with masks and wigs that he ordered and rob an armored truck with a duplicate General Lee. Donna Fargo performs at the Boar's Nest.
Friday, October 23rd, 1981
3: Diamonds in the Rough
Bo and Luke find stolen diamonds that were dropped out of a hijacked plane and the thief follows the Dukes to the farm claiming to be a reporter. Also, Boss Hogg finds out about the diamonds and tries to get his hands on them by sending a phony FBI agent out to get them.
Friday, October 30th, 1981
4: Coltrane vs. Duke
Boss Hogg is offered top dollar for the Duke farm to a beer distributor and in order to get his hands on it, He has Rosco pretend that he got whiplash while chasing Bo and Luke so he can sue them for the farm.
Tuesday, November 3rd, 1981
5: The Fugitive
A pretty drifter named Mindy Lou overhears Boss and Rosco talking about stealing motorcycles, repainting them and selling them for the upcoming Tri-County motor cross. So Boss orders Rosco to arrest her but she gets away and is found by the Dukes - who try to help her. Johnny Paycheck performs at the Boar's Nest.
Friday, November 6th, 1981
6: The Great Bank Robbery
When Boss fires Clarence Stovall, an old crony of the Dukes one day short of being eligible for his pension, not thinking straight, he steals $30,000 out of Boss Hogg's bank. But the Dukes, knowing that he'll be in big trouble try and find away to put the money back without being spotted.
Friday, November 13th, 1981
7: Sadie Hogg Day
Boss Hogg is in a jam when a state investigator is coming to Hazzard to inspect the county ledger - since he's been dipping into the public till. But luckily for Boss, it's Sadie Hogg Day - the day that women run Hazzard in different positions - and he fixes it so that Daisy becomes the honorary county treasurer so that he can frame Daisy for embezzlement, so that the missing county funds will be Daisy's problem, not his.
Friday, November 20th, 1981
8: 10 Million Dollar Sheriff (1)
Rosco inherits 10 million dollars and spends it like crazy: on a Rolls Royce patrol car, a new wardrobe and he even speaks his mind freely to Boss. He then hires Jason Steele, a big-time, mean bounty hunter to frame Bo and Luke into prison.
Friday, November 20th, 1981
9: 10 Million Dollar Sheriff (2)
Rosco swindles Boss out of everything he owns but out of the goodness of his heart, lets Boss earn some money by hiring him as his deputy. Meanwhile, Uncle Jesse is in a coma after searching for the varmint Steele, who Bo and Luke are fuming against. Late in the episode, Rosco's attorney returns, announcing that an inaccurate will had been read, and that Rosco inherited just $10 from his uncle. Rosco runs out of excuses when Steele conveniently shows up to demand his $100,000 payoff for framing the Dukes (with a phony General Lee).
Friday, November 27th, 1981
10: Trouble at Cooter's
A pair of fur thieves comes to Hazzard to sell Boss Hogg their stolen mink coats. But when they lose one of them on the highway, Boss short changes them the price. Determined to get the coats back for his loss, he plans on breaking into the storeroom through a hole in the wall at Cooter's Garage while his girlfriend charms Cooter.
Friday, December 4th, 1981
11: Goodbye, General Lee
Boss Hogg is very anxious to win the Hazzard County "Drag 'n' Fly" contest. But the only thing standing in his way is the Dukes and the General Lee. So when Luke is slightly injured, he has him hypnotized to get rid of the General Lee no matter who tries to stop him, which works too well.
Friday, December 11th, 1981
12: Cletus Falls in Love
Boss Hogg is upset when he is told that the state probation supervisor is coming to Hazzard to see how a good a job he's doing. In an attempt to impress him, Boss frames Bo and Luke for passing a bad check. Meanwhile, When Daisy thanked Cletus very closely for letting Bo and Luke off from a ticket - for once, Cletus thinks that Daisy loves him and acts very peculiar and loses his badge over it.
Friday, December 18th, 1981
13: Hughie Hogg Strikes Again
Hughie Hogg sneaks back into Hazzard County and eventually talks Boss into not kicking him out of town - for what he did last year. This time, he plans on taking over Cooter's garage and tearing it down to build the "Hoggominiums" that Boss always wanted.
Friday, January 1st, 1982
14: Dukescam Scam
Boss Hogg is arrested after Rosco thinks that he robbed his bank. Because of old debt owed to Boss, Jesse signs away the Duke farm to go his bail. But Boss just used this to pull a scam, jump bail and swindle the Dukes out of their property.
Friday, January 8th, 1982
15: The Sound of Music - Hazzard Style
Boss is excited about the Mickey Gilley charity concert at Hazzard Square. Not because of the music, but because of profit. He is working with record pirates who are making illegal recordings of the concert. However, when confronted by the FBI, they getaway in the General Lee framing Bo and Luke.
Friday, January 15th, 1982
16: Shine on Hazzard Moon
Boss Hogg needs Jesse's moonshine recipe to sell to a dealer. But since Jesse isn't just going to tell him, Boss hires a crooked magician to frame Bo and Luke for stealing the orphanage money. He then asks Jesse for his moonshine recipe for the release of Bo and Luke.
Friday, January 22nd, 1982
17: Pin the Tail on the Dukes
Jesse's old crony Hector, who just got out of prison, is after Boss for stealing his land. Meanwhile Rosco and Cletus use phony radar guns, and Bo and Luke accidentally destroy one. So Boss has Bo and Luke framed for destroying county property.
Friday, January 29th, 1982
18: Miz Tisdale on the Lam
Boss has a scam running through the mail for phony properties. But when an investigator comes to Hazzard, Boss frames Miz Tisdale for mail fraud and the Dukes hide her out at the farm.
Friday, February 5th, 1982
19: Nothin' But the Truth
Boss has a casino running in Hazzard County while a state gambling investigator is under way. So he frames the Dukes for possession of illegal gambling devices real good. But when he is accidentally injected with truth serum, he runs off at the mouth nothing but the truth - and gets himself into so much trouble.
Friday, February 12th, 1982
20: Dear Diary
Rosco loses his diary on the Duke farm which contains all of Boss' schemes he's made and when Jesse is about to deliver it to Boss and Rosco, Two crooks - which Boss Hogg swindled steal it and try and blackmail Boss with it - and Bo and Luke are accused of being a part of their gang.
Friday, February 19th, 1982
21: New Deputy in Town
A gorgeous new deputy comes to Hazzard to escort a prisoner to trial. But getting too suspicious, Bo and Luke investigate her and suspect that she is a phony.
Friday, February 26th, 1982
22: Birds Gotta Fly
Daisy is offered a job to race on the NASCAR circuit for Molly Hargrove, a retired driver. But she got a loan from Boss Hogg, who hires two crooks to see that she can't pay it and offer part of Daisy's contract to him. Also Molly didn't tell them that she was thrown off the circuit for reckless driving.
Friday, March 5th, 1982
23: Bad Day in Hazzard
A group of armed robbers take over the Boar's Nest with the Dukes, police and Boss Hogg hostage, so that they can evacuate the town by pulling off a false evacuation notice, and rob an armored truck when it arrives. So the Dukes try and think of a plan to stop them before it's too late.
Friday, March 12th, 1982
24: Miss Tri-Counties
The annual Tri-County beauty and talent contest is underway. It consists of beauty, racing, and mechanical ability. Daisy's opponent happens to be Melanie Dubois, the girlfriend of the Boss of Chickasaw County, who pays Boss $10,000 to make sure that Melanie wins but that doesn't stop the Dukes.
Friday, March 19th, 1982
25: Share and Share Alike
Bo and Luke find a bag full of stolen credit cards that two thieves stashed. When Boss gets his hands on it, he plans on selling them and framing the Dukes for it. Meanwhile, Lulu, in the Hazzard's Equal Rights Society, tries to take over half of Boss' businesses and ends up selling Rosco's car to Sheriff Little - containing the stolen credit cards.
Friday, March 26th, 1982
26: The Law and Jesse Duke
Rosco and Cletus go on strike when Boss refuses a raise and overtime payments. And Boss hires some crooks to rob the TV stores and frames Bo and Luke for it. He then tricks Jesse into being the temporary sheriff to arrest Bo and Luke.
Friday, April 2nd, 1982
27: Dukes in Danger
A prison car that is escorting two escaped convicts has an accident and they escape. They go to the Duke farm and take the Dukes hostage, along with their mortgage money, which causes Boss and Rosco to come to the farm and foreclose, and get caught up in it.
Friday, September 24th, 1982
1: The New Dukes
Bo and Luke have left Hazzard to full fill a life long dream of racing on the NASCAR Circuit. Boss is so happy about it, that he unleashes his ultimate secret weapon: The mean green machine, monstrous vehicle to rip off the bank in Capitol City, and plan to steal $100 engraving plates from an armored truck that's suppose to pass through Hazzard county. But he's unaware that cousins Coy and Vance Duke have returned to Hazzard after 6 years to help uncle Jesse run the farm and are on to his shenanigans, and driving around in the General Lee. Also, Enos returned to Hazzard and is back on the force.
Friday, October 1st, 1982
2: Dukes Strike It Rich
Boss Hogg swindles newlyweds Jeb and Carrie Morton into buying a worthless piece of land next to the Duke Farm. So the Dukes try and help them by scamming Boss by making it look like they've found gold on their property and the Morton's property and struck it rich so that Boss will buy back the land.
Friday, October 8th, 1982
3: Lawman of the Year
Boss hired two crooks to rob the jewelry store and Coy and Vance are very suspicious about them and go and investigate while being chased by Cletus and Enos. But when Boss sends Rosco to arrest Coy and Vance, he refuses because he wants to be good so that he will be elected "Lawman of the Year".
Friday, October 15th, 1982
4: Coy Meets Girl
While delivering a shipment of antiques to some friends, Coy and Vance are hijacked by a couple of Boss' henchmen. But they didn't known that a runaway orphan was stowaway in the back of the truck and saw the whole thing. She ends up going back to the farm and has crush on Coy, which slows down the Dukes looking for the hijackers.
Friday, October 22nd, 1982
5: The Hazzardgate Tape
Boss double-crosses the Bosses of a few neighboring counties and their out to get him. The Dukes let him hold up on the farm until Vance plans to expose them by tape-recording their scheme. Mel Tillis performs at the Boar's Nest.
Friday, October 29th, 1982
6: Big Daddy
Boss frames Coy and Vance by putting a hot license plate on the General Lee. But Boss calls off the chase when he is told that his daddy is coming to Hazzard who is supposedly a Good Samaritan - but his driver robs them.
Friday, November 5th, 1982
7: Vance's Lady
Vance's old girlfriend comes to Hazzard to see him but is chased by crooked politician's associates who are trying to kill her after she witnessed the Senator's embezzling. . But The Duke try and convince her to go report it to Senate Crime Commission.
Friday, November 12th, 1982
8: Hazzard Hustle
Boss opens up an illegal horse-betting saloon in Rapahoe County and uses the Dukes' phone line to frame them. But the Boss of Rapahoe County is not happy being cheated out of her county's money.
Friday, November 19th, 1982
9: Enos in Trouble
A pair of crooks is after Enos' footlocker that he and the Dukes picked up at the bus depot from California that contains a handful of emeralds - unbeknownst to Enos.
Friday, November 26th, 1982
10: The Great Insurance Fraud
Boss Hogg's phony insurance policies are thrown right back at him when con artists Ward and Lavinia pull a phony car accident at Bottomless Lake. But to make matters worse, Coy is afraid of driving since he was sideswiped during the accident and he believes he killed Ward.
Friday, December 3rd, 1982
11: A Little Game of Pool
Boss Hogg is trying to get his hands on the General Lee to sell to two crooks that need it. But when they try and steal it, they get caught. So Boss challenges Jesse to a game of pool - Ridge runner style - and wagers the General Lee. Even though Jesse's a better pool player, Boss has some dirty tricks up his sleeve.
Friday, December 10th, 1982
12: The Treasure of Soggy Marsh
Boss has Coy, Vance and Daisy framed and sends them to Chickasaw County where they are arrested by Sheriff Little so that he can go ahead with his master plan and hires two crooks to scuba-dive down to Soggy Marsh and unburry 5 million in stolen bonds.
Friday, December 17th, 1982
13: The Revenge of Hughie Hogg
When Rosco is up for re-election, Boss has no trouble supporting him until his devious nephew Hughie Hogg returns to run for sheriff and blackmails his uncle into helping him by showing evidence of a crooked deal he made.
Friday, January 7th, 1983
14: The Return of the Mean Green Machine
Boss tries to use the mean green machine again but it gets stolen by the original crook who try and rob the Hazzard Emporium for all the gold. But when it breaks down, they kidnap Cooter to fix it and hold for insurance.
Friday, January 21st, 1983
15: Ding, Dong, the Boss is Dead
A mobster named Calloway is out to exact revenge on "the fat water buffalo" (Boss), for sending him to prison on his testimony. To thwart Calloway's plans to have Boss killed, the Dukes and Lulu announce that Boss has died and stage a phony funeral so that Calloway will back off. But then Calloway arrives at Boss' "funeral" to make sure his old enemy really is dead, forcing the Dukes to come up with another plan to foil the mobster's plans.
Friday, February 4th, 1983
16: Coy vs. Vance
Coy falls for a shady motorcycle stunt driving woman who turns out to be one of the crooked cops hijackers that has been robbing people. When Vance finds this out, a fight between Coy and Vance has Coy leaving the farm.
Friday, February 11th, 1983
17: Comrade Duke
The Russians' gymnast team comes to Hazzard and a defector named Natasha escapes and hides out at the Duke farm while Boss helps the Russian gymnast leader find her.
Friday, February 18th, 1983
18: Witness: Jesse Duke
Uncle Jesse is blinded while trying to foil a robbery. But the robbers won't rest until Jesse's dead. So they go to Hazzard to track him down while Coy, Vance and Daisy decide to hide their sitting duck uncle at Boss' house.
Friday, February 25th, 1983
19: Welcome Back, Bo 'n' Luke
Bo and Luke return to Hazzard after great season at the NASCAR Circuit and they won but they wanted to come home - which is ok since Coy and Vance have to leave Hazzard to take care of a sick relative. Meanwhile, Boss plans to foreclose on Cooter's garage - after Cooter owes a balloon mortgage payment - so he can put up a new shopping center.
Friday, March 4th, 1983
20: Big Brothers, Duke
Bo and Luke become big brothers to a young boy who steals the General Lee, hubcaps, etc. But Bo and Luke try and point him in the right direction. Meanwhile, Boss hasn't been eating lately because he hasn't found a crooked deal in quite some time.
Friday, March 11th, 1983
21: Farewell, Hazzard
Boss Hogg forecloses on the Duke farm and a bunch of other farms to sell the land to a big developer named L.S. Pritchard. But what he don't know is that she plans on using Hazzard to strip-mine coal.
Friday, March 25th, 1983
22: Daisy's Shotgun Wedding
Bo and Luke have been very over-protective towards Daisy ever since they've gotten back. So Daisy decides to move out for a while. But on the way, she is kidnapped by the son of a dirty moonshine dealer of Boss' and taken back to their place in the hills for a shotgun wedding.
Friday, September 23rd, 1983
1: Lulu's Gone Away
After a confrontation between Lulu and Boss, Lulu moves out and is invited to stay on the Duke Farm. Later three crooks kidnap her and demand a ransom.
Friday, September 30th, 1983
2: A Baby for the Dukes
The Dukes have a new visitor, A baby whom her mother hides in the General Lee while she is being pursued by he father-in-law's henchmen who are trying to get the baby back to her legal guardian - paternal grandfather - who hates "country bumpkins." Meanwhile, due to a cut in the county budget, Rosco and Enos have to ride around on horses.
Friday, October 7th, 1983
3: Too Many Roscos
When Rosco chases the Dukes, he drives into a pond and then is kidnapped by a man who underwent plastic surgery to look just like him (also played by James Best). But when the townsfolk all think Rosco is dead, the ringer shows up in town to be there when the armored truck arrives - and rob it.
Friday, October 14th, 1983
4: Brotherly Love
Luke's brother, who he thought was dead all these years, comes to Hazzard to see his family. He was a boxer who is being chased by crooked gamblers who bet everything the owned against him in a fight that he won in the first round. Now they want to kill him.
Friday, October 21st, 1983
5: The Boar's Nest Bears
When Bo and Luke are late for a probation appointment, Boss tells them that he'll let them off the hook if they coach his pee wee basketball game and win against an undefeated team which Boss bet on. But the star player is debating on whether or not to play.
Friday, October 28th, 1983
6: Boss Behind Bars
The Beaudrys (from "Daisy's Shotgun Wedding" (522)) return to Hazzard to swipe Boss Hogg's still since their's blew up. But to get Boss out of the way, they frame him of sabotaging Jesse's car in the old timer's race when his car flips over. Rosco throws Boss in the slammer while the Beaudreys steal Boss' still.
Friday, November 11th, 1983
7: A Boy's Best Friend
Bo and Luke help an orphan boy who just recently lost his parents by getting him a dog from the pound. It turns out to be a basset hound that was kidnapped from John J. Hooper's dog show for a ransom and got away when the kidnappers came to Hazzard. But the kidnappers mistake Flash for the other dog.
Friday, November 18th, 1983
8: Targets: Daisy and Lulu
When Daisy and Lulu get back from a trip they took to New Orleans, they pick up the wrong suitcase at the airport that has a stolen diamond necklace in it. But the thieves follow them back to Hazzard and threaten to kill them unless they give them back the necklace.
Friday, November 25th, 1983
9: Twin Trouble
After getting back from a Marine Corp. reunion, Luke chases a beautiful woman who robbed a jewelery store in Capitol City. But his identical twin sister is with Bo on the road for an alibi which causes a rift between Bo and Luke.
Friday, December 2nd, 1983
10: Enos's Last Chance
An escape convict, whom Enos testified against, is out to get Enos, but he keeps wearing different disguises and they can't tell it's him.
Friday, December 9th, 1983
11: High Flyin' Dukes
Daisy fills in for Hazzard's crop-duster when he is injured and crop-dusts certain fields. But Boss Hogg has two crooks mix lye in the mixer that ruins his crops so he can sue for the damages.
Friday, December 30th, 1983
12: Cooter's Girl
A young woman comes to Hazzard to see Cooter, who happens to be his daughter that he's never met. But she thinks Cooter is very rambunctious who is working with the Dukes to stop new landowners from dumping toxic-wastes in Hazzard.
Friday, January 6th, 1984
13: Heiress Daisy Duke
An investigator comes to Hazzard tracking down a photo of Daisy Duke thinking that she's the long-lost granddaughter of millionaire Carter Stewart - who is offering a big reward for anyone who finds her. So Boss has Daisy hypnotized into thinking she is the granddaughter, but other heirs don't want her to return and are trying to kill her.
Friday, January 20th, 1984
14: Dead and Alive
Bo and Luke chase armored truck robbers through Chickasaw. But Sheriff Little mistakes the Dukes for the robbers and the only eyewitness who can vouch for them is Artie Bender - the local artist who Boss just declared legally dead so he can sell his paintings to pay off his bills.
Friday, January 27th, 1984
15: Play It Again, Luke
Country star Candy Dix, Luke's old girlfriend from the Marines, comes to Hazzard to do a concert and to see Luke. But he must save her from her managers who are trying to kill her to pay off a gambling debt with her life-insurance policy.
Friday, February 3rd, 1984
16: Undercover Dukes (1)
Bo and Luke are offered to race on the circuit again for the daughter of a racketeer J.J. Carver. But since they vowed not to go back they turn him down, until a Federal Agent offers them to work undercover to get enough evidence to put Carver away for a long time.
Friday, February 10th, 1984
17: Undercover Dukes (2)
Bo and Luke uncover the evidence for Carver's conspiracy plan but they get their cover blown - thanks to Boss and Rosco, who think that Bo and Luke are making gambling deals.
Friday, February 17th, 1984
18: How to Succeed in Hazzard
Boss' devious nephew Dewey - who is Hughie's brother - comes back to Hazzard after may years pretending to be dying, and tries to cheat the townsfolk out of $100,000 and frame Jesse for it.
Friday, February 24th, 1984
19: Close Call for Daisy
Nervous Norman, a neurotic crime boss comes to Hazzard County and loses his little black book, accidentally picked up by Daisy, containing all his crooked deals. so Norman is after Daisy - who decides to hide out at Enos' place.
Friday, March 2nd, 1984
20: The Ransom of Hazzard County
Fed up with the honest deputy Enos ruining Boss and Rosco's schemes, they promote him to a civilian job and replaced him with a crooked deputy who plans on Flooding Hazzard County by opening up the Hazzard dam unless Boss gives him all the county funds.
Friday, March 23rd, 1984
21: The Fortune Tellers
Boss Hogg is in a stew when he learns that Lulu is going to cash in bonds that Boss had already cashed in on and replaced with fake bonds. So Boss must get rid of them somehow but Lulu changed the combination of her safe. So Boss hires a pair of fortuneteller con artists - who just framed Daisy for stealing the Boar's Nest receipts - to get the combination of the safe from Lulu and get rid of the fake bonds.
Saturday, March 24th, 1984
22: Cooter's Confession
When Jonas Jones, a good friend of Cooter's, is framed for hijacking, Cooter takes the rap for him but the Dukes dig into this and track down Jonas to find the real hijackers.
Friday, September 21st, 1984
1: Happy Birthday, General Lee
It's been 8 years since the Dukes got the General Lee and we see the story of how they got it. When it was originally used as a getaway car for some gold dust thieves and Bo and Luke got it from a junkyard because they needed a car to race in.
Friday, September 28th, 1984
2: Welcome, Waylon Jennings
The Dukes' old friend Waylon Jennings comes to Hazzard with his mobile museum to use as a charity exhibit. But Boss hires two crooks to steal it and sell it back for a ransom.
Friday, October 5th, 1984
3: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Duke
Luke drinks some pond water that a truck accidentally spilled some genetic drugs into. This makes Luke character change a great deal. He becomes a total jerk, badmouths Bo, Daisy, and Jesse, harasses every girl at the Boar's Nest and eventually plans to rob Boss' bank.
Friday, October 12th, 1984
4: Robot P. Coltrane
A couple of thieves bring an advanced robot - that they stole for a ransom - through Hazzard County and Boss decides to buy it off them, fires Rosco, and make it the new sheriff: Robot P. Coltrane.
Friday, October 19th, 1984
5: No More Mr. Nice Guy
Boss swindles the Dukes into thinking they won a bunch of prizes at the Capitol City Department Store. All the prizes turn out to be stolen. However, Boss Hogg gets a bump on the head, later on, gets amnesia and becomes a nice gentleman - temporarily.
Friday, November 2nd, 1984
6: The Dukes in Hollywood
While a Hollywood production company is shooting a movie in Hazzard, the star almost has a car accident and the Dukes save him, and when the producers see how they saved him, they offer the Dukes a part in the movie and get to go to Hollywood for a while - but Boss and Rosco must go with them.
Friday, November 9th, 1984
7: Cool Hands, Luke & Bo
While driving through Osage, the most feared county around ruled by the mean Colonel Claiborne, Bo and Luke end up on a chain gang in the Osage Road Prison - which is the first step of Claiborne's plan to get Boss down there to swindle him out of everything he owns.
Friday, November 16th, 1984
8: Go West, Young Dukes
Boss Hogg finds a piece of paper from his great grandfather Thaddeus that Jesse's great grandfather Jeremiah signed over the Duke farm. Confused as ever, The Dukes find their great grandma's diary and they tell the story about the events leading up to it from the 1800's.
Friday, November 23rd, 1984
9: Cale Yarborough Comes to Hazzard
Cale Yarborough comes to Hazzard to see a sick boy in the hospital who is about to go in for surgery. But he and the Dukes ends up getting mixed up with bank robbers.
Friday, November 30th, 1984
10: Danger on the Hazzard Express
Boss Hogg masterminds a plan to knock a boxcar off a train containing valuables by hiring three crooks to hook a remote control up to a car to knock off the boxcar. But when the car they use is wrecked, they steal the General Lee to use it for the remote control.
Friday, December 14th, 1984
11: Sittin' Dukes
Escape convicts come to Hazzard. One of them is out to settle a score with Luke because he sent him to prison in the Marines. Sheriff Little was put in charge of the investigation and the convicts force the Dukes to let them escape and end up driving the General Lee through a forest fire.
Friday, December 21st, 1984
12: Sky Bandits Over Hazzard
When a group of armored car robbers steals the armored car by lifting off the ground with a helicopter, the Dukes are blamed for the crime. But when Bo and Luke are apprehended, they strike again. Knowing that they're innocent, Boss and Rosco let the Duke boys escape so that they can do Rosco's dirty work and catch the robbers.
Friday, January 4th, 1985
13: The Haunting of J.D. Hogg
Boss' great uncle Silas Hogg had recently died and left in him a bunch of money in his will to give to charity at his discretion. Knowing that Boss won't give the money to charity, The Dukes set up some gadgets and make it look like Silus is haunting him into giving the money to charity.
Friday, January 11th, 1985
14: When You Wish Upon a Hogg
Hughie Hogg returns to Hazzard with his ultimate plan to cheat Boss out of everything he owns by making him think there's a genie in a magic lamp that will give him all sorts of wishes.
Friday, January 25th, 1985
15: Strange Visitor to Hazzard
With a lot of UFO sightings in Hazzard, Bo and Luke are starting to think that people are crazy until an alien from outer space hides in the General Lee and comes back to the Duke farm with them. However, when Boss finds out about this, he wants to take it and sell it.
Friday, February 1st, 1985
16: Enos and Daisy's Wedding
A pair of crooks robs Boss' bank and frame Enos for it; Daisy becomes a witness against him when she thinks she saw it. Daisy, knowing that Enos would never do it, cannot refuse to testify against him or she'll be in contempt. So she decides to marry Enos - that way she cannot legally testify against him.
Friday, February 8th, 1985
17: Opening Night at the Boar's Nest
Boss and Lulu put on a talent show at the Boar's Nest. And when Rosco uses his magic act to make Boss disappear, he does when two parolees come to Hazzard who is out to kill Boss - who put them away. But instead they hold him for a ransom.