Dukes Reader Dish Contest!

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The original The Dukes of Hazzard was one of America's most well-loved TV hits. The Hollywood movie version is hitting theaters this Friday, August 5, and we've thought of a great way for you to get involved. Enter our Dukes Reader Dish contest, and you could have your very own Dukes moment featured on TV.com!

Does Waylon Jennings provide wise narration for your adventures and high jinks? Have you broken a major bone jumping your mountain bike over a ravine, "just like the General Lee?" Did a bikini-clad Jessica Simpson stop by to scrub the dirt off that mountain bike for you? Set down your jug of moonshine and get to writing, because the top three submissions will be published in a special TV.com feature on August 4! Here are a few things to remember:

To enter: Send your moment in a private message (PM) to username TVContest.

Submission deadline is 9pm Eastern time on Tuesday, August 2. We'll need a day to review your moments and select the best ones.

Maximum length is 200 words. Keep those moments short and sweet!

Keep it clean. Remember, you want your moment featured on TV.com! Any submission deemed offensive or profane will not be considered.

Need a little inspiration? Check out some great The Dukes of Hazzard merchandise or the official Dukes movie Web site.

Good luck!

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Dukes of Hazzardrelated show I watched as a child. And I liked it - even though I'm a girl. I still dream of driving the General Lee - just once. l still watch it everytime its on l think it a great show l hope there are lots more to come thank you /dee
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Dukes of Hazzard was the very first action-related show I watched as a child. And I liked it - even though I'm a girl. I still dream of driving the General Lee - just once.
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Yikes, make that "wear".
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Why did they always were the same clothes? Yellow shirt and blue shirt. I guess the bathtub was full of moon shine.
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my favorite moment is every episode cause it was great growing up with them and staying out of trouble
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no
but i am a duke fan
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Hmmm. I can't enter either, but I'll never forget the time I impersonated Luke after swim practice... I came running out of the locker room, jumped to slide over the hood of my mother's mini-van, caught my trunks on the antennae mount, ripped my drawers and went tumbling into the bushes on the other side. I did get up screaming some version of 'yee-haw', but mostly because I metal burned my backside in the process. Good times.
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My 5 year old loves "The Dukes of Hazzard".He walks around my house saying Dukes of Hazzard on CMT. He tells everyone that that is his car show. He watches it every day at 6:00pm every time it comes on. He wants a Dukes of Hazzard car for christmas. He also wants the dvd of the series for christmas. He watches it like it is a new show that just come out. He love the show very much. He wants to watch it all day long. He says it it HIS show.
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There were none cooler than Luke Duke.
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A bunch of us were playing car tag in a big hay meadow after dark one night at a party, and one of the guys was speeding away in his navy blue ford galaxy, and he went over a small raised hill, that turned out to be an old trash dump, and he landed airborn on the top of a refrigerator--we had a to go get a tractor to get him off and out of it before we were all done. Everyone was way late getting home that night, and just about all of us got grounded.
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several trucks of us were deer hunting and we had one older gentleman with grey whiskers, and as he was in the truck with two of his great-nephews, they were cutting across a field and hit a big wash out, and ended up tettering on the bank--and by the time we got them pulled out we were calling the boys "The Dukes" and their great uncle-"Uncle Jesse, and the name stuck, we were still talking about the incident, and "Uncle Jesse" at his funeral, just the real Dukes would have been.
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My favorite Dukes of Hazzard moment is whenever Cathy Bach appears in a bathing suit. Shouldn't it be the same with every male viewer?
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Ha!... I can't enter either, so I'll just say my favorite moment (which seems to happen in every episode) is when the Duke boys do a 360 in the General Lee at the dusty turn out in the dirt road by the old oak tree.
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Vinbro, you entering this contest is just a little bit more than the law will allow.
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Wow this is cool. Too bad I work for the site and am not eligible to win the contest...but on the bright side I don't have to put down my jug of moonshine, either.
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