The Dukes of Hazzard
The Dukes Of Hazzard: Season 4
The Duke Family---Cousins Bo and Luke, assisted by their cousin Daisy and their Uncle Jesse, fight the system and root out the corrupt practices of Hazzard County Commissioner Boss Hogg and his bumbling Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane. The show became an instant hit, never failing to win its time slot during its original run on CBS for seven seasons from 1979-1985. The Duke boys, a pair of 'Robin Hood' types complete with flaming bows and arrows, are assisted in their adventures by their car, an orange 1969 Dodge Charger named 'The General Lee.' "The Dukes of Hazzard" is set in Georgia, and the show's southern influence is felt throughout. Country singing superstar Waylon Jennings performed the famous theme song to the show ("Good Ol' Boys"), and acts as 'The Balladeer,' narrating the adventures of each episode. Furthermore, many of the plots revolved around the Dukes' history as an ex-moon-shining family. The story followed Bo and Luke until season 5, because during episo
Cast View all
|Catherine Bach||Daisy Duke|
|James Best||Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane|
|Sorrell Booke||Jefferson Davis Hogg|
|Sorrell Booke||Boss Jefferson Davis "J.D." Hogg|
|Nedra Volz||Miz Emma Tisdale|
|Dick Sargent||Sheriff Grady Byrd|
|James Best||Sheriff Rosco Coltrane|
|Sonny Shroyer||Deputy Enos Strate|
|Ben Jones||Cooter Davenport|
|Peggy Rea||Lulu (Coltrane) Hogg|
|Christopher Mayer||Vance Duke|
|Don Pedro Colley||Sheriff "Big" Ed Little|
|Rick Hurst||Cletus Hogg|
|Byron Cherry||Coy Duke|
|Dick Sargent||Sheriff Grady Byrd|
|Denver Pyle||Uncle Jesse Duke|
|John Schneider||Bo Duke|
|Tom Wopat||Luke Duke|
|Rick Hurst||Deputy Cletus Hogg|
|Waylon Jennings||The Balladeer|
|Jonathan Frakes||Jamie Lee Hogg|
Episodes View details
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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