The Dukes of Hazzard

Sittin' Dukes

Season 7, Ep 11, Aired 12/14/84
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  • Episode Description
  • 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.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Denver Pyle

    Uncle Jesse Duke

  • John Schneider

    Bo Duke

  • Tom Wopat

    Luke Duke

  • Catherine Bach

    Daisy Duke

  • James Best

    Sheriff Rosco P. Coltraine

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • A fella Luke sent to jail in the Marines wants revenge!

    By lae10, Dec 07, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Luke: You came to settle the score with me, Benson. Why don't you leave my family out of this?

    • Benson: Good morning, Luke. Or should I say Sergeant? Luke: Lee Benson. Benson: You haven't forgotten me. Well, I haven't forgotten you either. Those few years you got me thrown in the brig. Luke: You got there all by yourself. You didn't need no help from me.

    • Benson: I'm finally gonna get even with you, Luke Duke. If it hadn't been for you I'd still be in the Marines. I'd have my stripes. Luke: You got your stripes, Benson, only they run up and down. Bo: Yeah, especially that big yellow one that runs up and down your back. That's what you get for shooting people who can't defend themselves. Benson: You just keep running off at the mouth, boy! Luke: Young man's got a right to speak his peace, ain't he, Benson? I mean you are gonna shoot him after you shoot me, ain't ya?

    Notes (1)

    • Judson Scott played one of the crooks in the episode Witness: Jesse Duke.

    Trivia (1)

    • This is the second time Luke's had someone "visit" him from the Marines

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