The Dukes of Hazzard

Season 5 Episode 21

Farewell, Hazzard

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Mar 11, 1983 on CBS
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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.

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  • In an attempt to strip mine Hazzard, a big shot, L.S. Pritchard of Pritchard Coal, sells this story about “New Hazzard.”

    9.6
    Knowing the Dukes wouldn’t cotton to the idea of “New Hazzard”, Boss has the Dukes sabotaged and therefore late on their mortgage. Boss forecloses, but the Dukes don’t give up that easily. Still packing, The Duke Boys try to save their land, help their uncle the best they can and themselves about the move. Luckily, the Texas big shot, L.S. is a girl.
Denver Pyle

Denver Pyle

Uncle Jesse Duke

John Schneider

John Schneider

Bo Duke

Tom Wopat

Tom Wopat

Luke Duke

Catherine Bach

Catherine Bach

Daisy Duke

James Best

James Best

Sheriff Rosco P. Coltraine

Sorrell Booke

Sorrell Booke

Jefferson Davis (J.D.)Hogg

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • While a helicopter is flying overhead at the Duke's farm you see Bo and Luke looking out a window with the drapes closed but in the camera angle looking out you see the drapes open and waving in the draft from the window.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Luke: Remember when I busted my best Louisville slugger taking a swipe at you?
      Bo: Yeah, I do. But remember, it wasn't the bat that broke the wall. It was my head.

    • Luke: I may be packing, but I'm not giving up.
      Bo: Not without a fight.

    • Luke: Bo, our uncle is just a little too old to be starting over.
      Bo: Yeah, I know what you mean. You know, he spent the best years of his life taking care of us in this house.
      Luke: Best years of our lives, most likely.

  • NOTES (1)

    • The plot in this one whereby a developer tries to get a hold of vast amounts of land in Hazzard County in order to strip mine the coal from underneath the surface is similar to the plot used in the movie version of Dukes of Hazzard.

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